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Nolan Amphora (storage jar): Nike

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Department of Ancient and Byzantine Art & Numismatics Acquired by Henry W. Haynes probably c. 1873-1878. Bequest of Henry W. haynes to the Department of the Classics 1912. Transfer from the Department of the Classics 1977. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Transfer from the Department of the Classics Harvard University Bequest of Henry W. Haynes 1912
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