Small faience jar to hold scented oil or perfume, in the style of the Greek aryballos. Formed in the shape of a hedgehog, with a rounded body, a criss-cross pattern covering the body to represent spines and a large ruff of spines framing the face.
Ovoid funerary vase of buff earthenware, in the shape of an Hellanistic amphora. The vase has a ribbed neck with a bowl-shaped mouth and slightly everted rim. There are two handles applied to the sides of the vase at the shoulder and rim.
This rounded vase is made of black and white granite. There are two round handles, one on each side at the widest part of the vase. Each handle is drilled though with a narrow hole. The lip of the vase is chipped at the point directly above one of the handles.
This ovoid shaped jar has a flat-lipped edge to the small opening and two lugs on either side, possibly for suspension. There is significant damage on one side of the lipped edge and chipping on the other. Greenish discolouration (copper?) can be seen on and adjacent to both lugs.
This miniature rounded vase is made from diorite. It has two small handles on each side at the widest part of the vase. The handles are drilled through with narrow holes. There are chips around the rim and on the handles.