Author(s): Hüseyin METIN
Mould made bowls are one of the important forms from Hellenistic period. These bowls which encountered at every Hellenistic settlement are drinking cups with hemispherical shape, handleless or bottomless and generally decorated with relief ornaments on the outer side. Mould made bowls were started to be produced with the inspiration of metal bowls and appeared in Athens just after the middle of 3 rd century B.C. They were produced densely in the 2nd century B.C. in Anatolia. The subject of thic article is thirteen mould made bowls in Burdur Museum which were acquired by purchasing existing at exhibiting and deposit of the museum. Bowls carry on locale Pisidia and Cabalia bowls’ attribution in general. Bowls in the museum are dated from 2nd century B.C. to the middle of 1 st century B.C. with paralel axample.