Liquid pourer MAEF 8643
Liquid pourer with a honey-coloured glass glaze (1400-1500).
Andalusian -Islamic oil lamp MAEF 8634
Andalusian -Islamic oil lamp with a green glass finishing glaze (900-1000).
Marble head MAEF 8796
Marble head found in Can Fita site (municipality of Santa Eulària des Riu), in 1903. It represents the god Dionysus or Bacchus.
Naked female figure MAEF 8027
Naked female figure from a local workshop with earrings in the shape of heads (450-350 BC). It is interpreted as Tanit in her funerary divinity role.
Enthroned female figure MAEF 8008
Enthroned female figure with traces of white and blue paint (400-300 BC). Made in a mould. It probably represents Tanit.
Bearded funerary mask MAEF 8029
Bearded funerary mask with painted decoration (400-300 BC). Local hand-made production, Punic- Ebusitan style, inspired in Carthaginian types.
Tripod with naked female figures MAEF 8036
Tripod with naked female figures, topped with sauria (525-450 BC). Probably inspired in bronze thymiateria supports.
Figure with a horns’ headdress
Figure with a horns’ headdress. This seems to be evidence of a foreign religion, so it has been interpreted as an offering from a passing traveller.