An Amphora handle bearing the mark of winemakers of the Island of Rhodes, produced between 175-170 BCE. The Rose, symbol of Rhodes is evident in the center, surrounded by a Greek inscription naming the eponym — the clerk in charge during that year. The inscription on the seal impression reads: “Ἐπὶ Θεαιδ̣[ήτου Ὑ]ακινθίου” (Under [the year of the eponym] Theaidetos, [in the month of] Hyakinthios).

 

 

 


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