A jar of coarse red siltware pottery, with a short flared foot, a bulbous body and short, cylindrical neck. There are two small handles, one at either side of the neck. An incised groove runs around the vessel at the level of the base of the handles. The rim is damaged. The fabric contains inclusions of grit and small chips of limestone. There are voids left from burnt-out chaff. Poorly produced and irregular in shape, with one side curved more than the other.
- Excavated/Findspot: Tell Dafana
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,Tell Dafana)
- Height: 25.8 centimetres
- Diameter: 16.6 centimetres (maximum)
fair - rim chipped
Excavated May 1886.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA38598
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