British Museum 2nd century bronze jug, with copyfraud notice
Bronze jug held by the British Museum, on exhibition in the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. It is displayed above a tag stating a fraudulent claim of copyright. Please refer to Copyfraud in order to understand its use here, to highlight the museum's unjustifiable claim of intellectual property rights.
The handle has figures of a soldier and priest preparing to sacrifice a pig. The artwork suggests the jug was the property of a temple. The British Museum database gives a findspot of Carlisle.