German Ancient Ceramics Photos

The ancient peoples of Germany produced earthenware ceramics found at archeological sites.

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Ceramic miniature horse wheeled pull toy at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.Glazed terracotta fragment of the tomb of Pope Benedict V at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Glazed terracotta fragment of the tomb of Pope Benedict V at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Field Flask & Pilgrim Flask at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.
Ceramic miniature horse wheeled pull toy (2ndC CE) at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.Glazed terracotta fragment of the tomb of Pope Benedict V (last quarter 13thC) at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Glazed terracotta fragment of the tomb of Pope Benedict V (last quarter 13thC) at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Field Flask & Pilgrim Flask (late 15thC-16thC) at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.
Panel jug with Tavern Scene by Jans Emens Mennicken at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.Brown stoneware jugs at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.White embossed stoneware jugs at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Siegburg Schnellen tankards with coat-of-arms of England Traders & document casket of England Traders likely Antwerp origin at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.
Panel jug with Tavern Scene (c1576) by Jans Emens Mennicken at New Aachen City Museum. Aachen, Germany.Brown stoneware jugs (16thC) at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.White embossed stoneware jugs (16thC) at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Siegburg Schnellen tankards with coat-of-arms of England Traders (c1595) & document casket of England Traders (end of 16thC) likely Antwerp origin at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.
Siegburg Schnellen tankards with coat-of-arms of England Traders guild based in Hamburg by workshop of Hans Hilger at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Stoneware tankards from Germany at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Faience vessel in form of double-headed eagle with coat of arms of Austrian Kuenburg family made in Tirol at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Siegburg Schnellen tankards (c1595) with coat-of-arms of England Traders guild based in Hamburg by workshop of Hans Hilger at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Stoneware tankards (16th C) from Germany at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Faience vessel (mid 16thC) in form of double-headed eagle with coat of arms of Austrian Kuenburg family made in Tirol at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.

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