Rhyton in the shape of a bull's head. Libation vessel carved from a block of black steatite in the shape of a bull's head. The details of the head are incised, the eyes are inlaid with rock-crystal and jasper, the muzzle is inlaid with white shell (mother-of-pearl) and the horns, now restored, were made of gilded wood. It is an outstanding example of the skill of the Minoan lapidaries, found in the Little Palace at Knossos. Dated to the MM III-LM IB period (17th-15th centuries B.C.). Inv.no. 1368.