Made in the Saintonge, western France, c. 1300, this is among the most celebrated examples of medieval pottery found in Britain. It was discovered in fragments in South Street, Exeter, in 1899. The jug shows a tower in which are two bishops (with croziers); young ladies disport themselves from its windows and musicians play below. The scene pokes fun at the morals of the medieval clergy.
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