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Description
Small mid-brown pottery vessel. The surface of the vessel is a red-rown colour with small limestone inclusions. Vessel has a flat base, rising to a globular squat body, with circular incisions, and raised and chipped rim. The vessel has several small circular incisions below rim which is rounded over the neck. These incisions suggest the vessel may have been suspended. Wheel made.
Classification
CH classification HANDCRAFTS Pottery
CH classification ARCHAEOLOGY
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Measurements
H53mm x W83mm x D83mm
Media/Materials description
Pottery
Signature/Marks
incisions
manufacture
History and use
This bowl pssibly dates to Copic period in Egypt. It was used to hold a small quantity of material, and the holes inserted in the neck imply that it may have been suspended.
Registration number
H4855

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