Celtic Tripartite Vessel

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by The British Museum
published on 25 February 2021
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A Celtic tripartite carinated pottery vessel. These vessels are made from three separate pieces, each with straight sides, which when assembled create an angular form. This example was found in a grave in the Marne region of northern France and dates to the 5th century BCE. Height: 18.2 cm. (British Museum, London)

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Museum, T. B. (2021, February 25). Celtic Tripartite Vessel. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13493/celtic-tripartite-vessel/

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