Amphora

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This article is about the restored variant. For the damaged variant, see Amphora (damaged).
For the drop from revenants, see Saradomin amphora.
Amphora detail.png

An amphora is a Saradominist artefact which is made by restoring the damaged variant at an archaeologist's workbench after the damaged variant is excavated from the Acropolis debris excavation hotspot at the Everlight Dig Site with level 92 Archaeology.

The amphora in the journal.

Artefact info[edit | edit source]

Amphora
Chronotes[art 1] 744 (297)
Alignment Saradomin symbol.png Saradominist
Dig site Everlight Dig Site.png: RS3 Inventory image of Everlight Dig SiteEverlight
Excavation hotspot Acropolis debris
Collections
Description These containers were primarily used to store goods for transport, both liquids and solids. Wine was the most common good stored within them.
  1. ^ This is amount for trading in the artefact at the listed collectors. A part of the collections give an additional amount of chronotes upon completion. The amount in the parentheses is the amount obtained when donating to the museum donation bin, which will give only 40% of the amount one would get from a collector.

Restoration[edit | edit source]

Amphora.png Amphora
Archaeology-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
11,666.7 XP-10 (6s) / 8 (4.8s) [r 1]-
Requirements
Archaeology Archaeology level92
Archaeologist's workbench Must be performed at an archaeologist's workbench
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Amphora (damaged).pngAmphora (damaged)1N/A-
Everlight silvthril.pngEverlight silvthril346,045205,530
Keramos.pngKeramos464,818221,628
Total price427,158
  1. ^ When wearing the master archaeologist's outfit.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Amphorae (from Ancient Greek ἀμφορεύς) are a distinctive kind of container prominent in the ancient world.