Details This face flagon is based on one that was found, almost intact, in Coventina’s Well at Brocolitia near to the Mithraeum. It is believed to have been a votive offering to Coventina an important Celtic goddess of water, probably corresponding to the Roman Goddess Minerva.
Earthen ware clay and a thin glaze
Approx. 275 mm tall, diameter 170 mm
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