Marble abalastron (perfume bottle) [Λ 1012]
Marble abalastron (perfume bottle); elongated ovoid body, rounded bottom, cylindrical neck and everted rim-disc. On upper body two plastic knobs. These vessels were used for storing and transporting perfumes and are often met as offerings in female burials. Donated along with a group of antiquities that comprise the Tsivourakis collection (May 1900).