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Preserved amphora neck through which was made offering

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The preserved neck of the amphora - without a bottom - through which the  victim was placed directly into the grave
Preserved amphora neck through which was made offering

Preserved amphora neck – bottomless – through which was made an offering directly to the grave. This is an extremely rare find in Gaul. The building was located in a cemetery in Narbonne (southern France). Dated to 1st – 2nd century CE.

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