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Zapfhahn mit Dreipass

  • Object
  • Unbekannt
  • Fundort: Berlin (Stadt)
  • 14./15. Jahrhundert

Archaeologists found these bronze taps from the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries right here in the sand floor. They would be inserted into the sides of beer and wine barrels. Both the Dominican friars and the Hohenzollern dynasty used the cool cellar as storerooms.

Detailed information

Involved Persons/Corporate Bodies
Unbekannt
Period Produced
14./15. Jahrhundert
Exhibition Format
Original
Material
Bronze
Dimensions
7,9 x 3,9 cm, Durchmesser: 2,2 cm
Weight
200 g
Places / Cultures
Fundort: Berlin (Stadt)
Exhibition Location
UG.224.B2 E0144 Vitrine
Exhibition & Module
DA02 Palace Basement / DA04 01 Video Panorama / DA02 0144 Monastery Footbridge Extension Showcase / DA04 01 02 City and Monastery 1150-1443
Persons / Corporate bodies
Dominikaner
Owner/Managing Institution
Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Credits
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
Inventory Number
If 23829/122
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