Hold the handle of this jug with a 3D print. Watch how the light hits the curves and smooth angles. Bring the jug onto your own table with AR.
About the Model
This wine jug and many similar vessels were made in the late sixth century BC, north of Rome by the Etruscan civilization. This type of jug is known as Schnabelkanne. The Celts imported these Etrurian vessels and started to developed variants of these jugs. Many of these beak spouted vessels were used during funerals and placed in Celtic graves. Artist: Etruscan; Medium: Copper alloy, bronze
Arts + Humanities
celtic, italy, ancient italy, vessel, wine, jug, funeral, Etruscan, civilization, ancient history, oinochoe, copper, bronze, jug, earthenware, stoneware, social studies, art history, archaeology, red, pottery, vase
May 27 2022