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Calypso Nymphe Greek Roman Ancient Ceramic Pottery Painting Vase Amphora Museum Replica Figure Handmade & Painted + FREE SHIPPING +

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Calypso Nymph Greek Roman God Handmade Amphora Vase
Museum Copy 450BC

Item Description:

We offer you this is hand made and painted museum replica from an amphora coming back from 450bc! The amphora (vase) is made of high quality ceramic pottery and is painted by hand in extreme detail as it used to be in the ancient times. You can notice every single detail !

Dimensions:
Height: 13cm/ 5,1"
Weight: 220gr/ 0.51lb

An amphora (Greek: amphoreus) is a jar with two vertical handles used in antiquity for the storage and transportation of foodstuffs such as wine and olive oil. The name derives from the Greek amphi-phoreus meaning ‘carried on both sides’, although the Greeks had adopted the design from the eastern Mediterranean. Used by all the great trading nations from the Phoenicians to the Romans, the sturdy-walled amphora spread throughout the ancient world and they have become an important survivor in the archaeological record providing clues as to dates of sites, trade relations, and everyday diet.
Kalypso (Calypso) was the goddess-nymph of the mythical island of Ogygia and a daughter of the Titan Atlas. She detained the hero Odysseus for many years in the course of his wanderings after the fall of Troy but was eventually commanded by Zeus to release him.



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Calypso Nymph Greek Roman God Handmade Amphora Vase
Museum Copy 450BC

Item Description:

We offer you this is hand made and painted museum replica from an amphora coming back from 450bc! The amphora (vase) is made of high quality ceramic pottery and is painted by hand in extreme detail as it used to be in the ancient times. You can notice every single detail !

Dimensions:
Height: 13cm/ 5,1"
Weight: 220gr/ 0.51lb

An amphora (Greek: amphoreus) is a jar with two vertical handles used in antiquity for the storage and transportation of foodstuffs such as wine and olive oil. The name derives from the Greek amphi-phoreus meaning ‘carried on both sides’, although the Greeks had adopted the design from the eastern Mediterranean. Used by all the great trading nations from the Phoenicians to the Romans, the sturdy-walled amphora spread throughout the ancient world and they have become an important survivor in the archaeological record providing clues as to dates of sites, trade relations, and everyday diet.
Kalypso (Calypso) was the goddess-nymph of the mythical island of Ogygia and a daughter of the Titan Atlas. She detained the hero Odysseus for many years in the course of his wanderings after the fall of Troy but was eventually commanded by Zeus to release him.



Shipping Information:

- FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING !!!
- We guarantee of Proper packaging and quick shipping!
- Miraculous Arts always provides you with a tracking number.


Return Policy:

Refund on the item fee will be made if the item is returned within 30 days, in the same condition as sent. Buyer pays for the shipping costs.


Feedback:

We take our customers' ratings very seriously and we make sure that each one of our costumers is 100% satisfied with our items and services.

Please if you are satisfied leave us a 5* rating in all categories. Remember that positive feedback is very important to us to continue providing quality services! If you have any issue regarding our items please contact us before you leave feedback. We are sure that together we can solve any issue!



THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUR OTHER AMAZING HANDMADE ITEMS!

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