Silver beaker, inscribed with the name of Euherius. The vessel has a long cylindrical neck tapering slightly inwards, a rounded body and a small pedestal base. The neck is engraved with two zones of imbricated leaves that have veins and midribs: between the two zones is a band bearing the engraved inscription EVHERIVIVAS, followed by a twig or palm-branch motif . At the shoulder is a raised band of beads. The body bears chased decoration in low relief. There are large upright vine leaves alternating with a vertical stem surmounted by a small disc with a cross at the top and a shallow volute motif. The leaves are elaborately engraved with ribs and veins. The base of the beaker has a marked central dimple and some lightly scratched radiating lines.

An00025543 001 l

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