A fine Cypriotic earthenware pouring vessel known an ‘bilbil’, standing on a ring-shaped foot. The ample bulbous body raises into a long narrow neck terminating with a flared mouth. A strap handle, decorated with incised parallel lines, connects the spout to the pronounced shoulder. The vessel displays a burnished dark brown surface enriched by bands in white-buff paint, which are executed in groups of parallel lines. These form horizontal bands around the neck and a crisscross pattern along the body.
Date: Circa 1400 – 1200 BC
Period: Late Bronze Age II