Green glazed vessels such as this vase with ornamental handles were imported from Southern Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). The lower parts of the handles sometimes end in knobs, or hands / paws. They were popular in SE-Arabia (UAE and Oman). Several of were deposited as burial goods in tombs at Mleiha (Sharjah, UAE). Dated from the 2nd C BCE to the 1st C CE. Examples in Overlaet, and Córdoba. This vessel was discovered in 2017 in a tomb close to the tomb of Amud. Its original green glaze changed into a beige to gold color.