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Byzantine Ceramics

Byzantine ceramics were largely utilitarian, serving as storage vessels, cooking utensils, and serving plates, among other functions. Yet Byzantine ceramicists injected their work with whimsy. Many surviving objects—both complete vessels and smaller fragments—feature strange animals, mythological creatures, and unusual patterns.

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Ewer with Humans and Animals

Late Byzantine
13th century
ceramic
BZ.1958.92

Bowl with Lamb (restored)

Late Byzantine
13th century
ceramic
BZ.1995.1

Black-Figure Amphora

Greek
ca. 530 BCE - 520 BCE
terracotta
BZ.1937.30

Amphora with Confronted Hybrid Figures

Byzantine
13th century
ceramic
BZ.1967.8

Bowl with Harpy on Interior

Late Byzantine
13th century
ceramic
BZ.1958.103

Bowl with Lion on Interior

Late Byzantine
13th century - 14th century
ceramic
BZ.1958.102

Bowl with Lioness

Late Byzantine
13th century - 14th century
ceramic
BZ.1958.93

Bowl with Vertical Stripes

Late Byzantine
13th century - 14th century
ceramic
BZ.1958.98

Bowl with Griffin Attacking a Doe

Middle Byzantine
12th century
ceramic
BZ.1966.17

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