A vase of thin copper: with a flat base and convex sides, which turn inwards at the top The spout is rounded and set at a lower angle into the body of the vessel. Traces of linen adhere to the corroded exterior surfaces. One side of the vase has been split by a combination of pressure and corrosion.

An00014415 001 l


Made Of
alloy, arsenical copper
Type of Thing


Found In
Tomb of Khasekhem
In Gallery
G64/11, 29 Oct 1996


Acquired In
2nd Dynasty

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