Indigenous pottery in Greek style
Bronze pendant of a Divine Couple, produced in the Sibaritide, Calabria, height 3 cm, early 8th century BC, National Archeological Museum, Sibari.
Bronze pendant of the ‘bird cage’ type, height 7.2cm, from the Timpone della Motta (former Bern-Getty collection), now in the National Archaeological Museum at Sibari, 8th century BC.
Bronze pendant of a water bird on an open-work base, Laconian, height 4.7cm, base 2.1 x 1.9cm, second quarter of the 8th c. BC, National Archaeological Museum, Sibari.
Fibula, of the ‘shield’ type, decorated with incised herringbone motifs, height 5.8 cm, found on Timpone della Motta, first half 8th c. BC., National Archeological Museum, Sibari.
Bronze double-spiral pendant, width cm, found on Timpone della Motta, 8th c. BC., National Archaeological Museum, Sibari.
Bronze finger ring with four-spiral decoration, late 8th – early 7th century BC. Found on the Temple plateau of the Timpone della Motta during the Scavi Kleibrink 1991-2004. Now in the National Archaeological Museum for the Sibaritide at Sibari.
Plain-arch fibula with beads (‘fibula ad arco composito e staffa allungata’), Scavi Kleibrink 1991-2004, AP13.13. Length 11.3cm. Found on the Timpone della Motta. National Archaeological Museum, Sibari.
Bronze spiral bead or ‘ olive bead’, diameter 0.33cm, Scavi Kleibrink 1991-2004, Timpone della Motta, 8th c. BC, National Archaeological Museum, Sibari.
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