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by Archaeology Newsroom

Ceramics from the temple of Nemesis at Ramnous

The ceramics from the temple of Nemesis at Ramnous, dating from the early sixth to the mid-fifth century BC, comprise shards of ex votos, black-figured and black painted pottery, utensils of domestic use and figurines. Typical sixth century vessels are the loutrophoroi dedicated to the chthonian nature of Nemesis, while the cylices are characteristic earthenware of the fifth century.