Dolly Python

fourteenth:

700BC-650 BCE
Assembled from fragments; the shell served as a container for cosmetics.
E .MEDITERRANEAN -PHOENICIAN found probably in Vulci Italy.
British Museum

fourteenth:

700BC-650 BCE

Assembled from fragments; the shell served as a container for cosmetics.

E .MEDITERRANEAN -PHOENICIAN found probably in Vulci Italy.

British Museum

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