Pottery ostracon, a thick wall sherd in red fabric with grey core. The surfaces are burnished and the interior is decorated with black painted decoration. Over this are two designs and eight lines of painted inscription.
- Excavated/Findspot: Qasr Ibrim, Podium
- (Africa,Egypt,Qasr Ibrim (Nubia))
- Adams Ware H7
- Length: 8.3 centimetres
- Width: 6.8 centimetres
- Thickness: 1.85 centimetres
Inscription CommentAt the top of the sherd are two painted designs with the eight line inscription below, broken off on all sides. The lines contain long strings of repeating characters.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
A thick wall sherd in red fabric with grey core. The surfaces are burnished and the interior is decorated with black painted decoration. Over this are two designs and eight lines of painted inscription.
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Object reference number: YCA33899
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