Olive Oil Vessel
Alabaster was an elongated vessel with a cylindrical base, a narrow neck ending in a small opening, making it suitable for carrying perfumes. It had no handles, but sometimes had arched holes through which a strap or "ota" (ears) was passed.
It was made of various materials, such as clay, glass, alabaster, etc.
Corinthian ceramic alabasters had a thick rim and a narrow neck.
Attica ceramic alabasters had a wide rim with a high neck.