Exceptional vessel, since it is made from a sandstone block. It was very common in Carthage, but rare in the West.
Jug used as funerary urn. We can see names from Neo-Punic writing: Bdštrt, Bdmlqrt, ‘By.hzkn, ‘Dnbsm y Bdštrt. It could be a cenotaph.
Zoomorphic Askos. Depicting a donkey (late V-IV B.c). It has abundant decoration painted in a vinous red tone. These types of containers are popularly known by the name of “Bottle glasses”. Funeral use.
Female bust dressed in a peplos. Probably imported from a Rhodian workshop in the 5th century BC.