Part of a redware pottery jar joined with other sections to form a single object with a bulbous body, two small pierced handles and decorated with an incised groove and a ridge near the rim. See the fuller description under 1887,0101.849.
- Excavated/Findspot: Tell Dafana, Findspot 55, by great wall south of the "Qasr"
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,Tell Dafana)
- Height: 19.7 centimetres
- Diameter: 15.8 centimetres (maximum)
The Findspot number 55 has been scratched into the side of the jar. Attached to 1887,0101.849, 1887,0101.854, 1887,0101.855.
See also London, BM, EA 22324, and Boston MFA 87.632 & 87.634 (TO BE CHECKED)
fair - cracked
Excavated May 1886.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
Part of a redware pottery jar joined with other sections to form a single object with a bulbous body, two small pierced handles and decorated with an incised groove and a ridge near the rim. See the fuller description under 1888,0101.849.
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Object reference number: YCA38697
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