Ancient Mediterranean Ceramics


Apulian Volute-Krater

Volute-Krater, Apulian, ca. 340-330 B.C.; terracotta

This small collection of about 30 distinctive ancient ceramic vases represents different cultures of the Italian Peninsula – from the Villanovan, through Etruscan and Daunian, to Apulian (an Iron and Bronze Age Greek colony in the boot heel region of southern Italy after the fifth century B.C.)