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Ancient Greece Tea Towel - British Museum

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British Museum Ancient Greece tea towel. In ancient Greece, the amphora was used for wine and the hydria for water. This design is from an Athenian black-figure pottery hydria, made around 520BC. The Greek god of wine, Dionysos, is holding a vine branch, alongside Satyrs and Maenads. The writing is the potter's signature: 'Pamphaios made me'.

Top quality 100% cotton tea towel.
Size: 47cm x 68cm - 19 inch x 27 inch.
Machine washable.
Absorbent and durable.
Made in the UK.

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