Black-glazed pottery, produced mostly during the Classical and Hellenistic Periods (fifth-first century B.C.E.), has been found throughout the Mediterranean Basin. The study of its distribution can reveal trade links such as the presence of Attic and, a bit later, of Campanian black-glazed vessels in Carthage (Tunisia). Current research also continues to bring to light new areas all around the Mediterranean producing imitations of the main styles and/or local creations. In Boiotia, great quantities of locally produced black-glazed vessels were recovered in burials. Some Boiotian vessels, including high-handled kantharoi like this one, were also exported, as demonstrated by finds in the Agora of Athens.