Redware pottery jar with a pointed base, convex sides widening to the rounded shoulder decorated with incised grooves, a short concave neck narrowing to the everted rim, decorated with a buff-coloured slip.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 24.8 centimetres
- Diameter: 22.1 centimetres (maximum)
fair - holes in fabric
28 November 1980
Clean and desalt.
Immersed in soaking tank. Water was changed 12/11/1980. Water was changed 17/11/1980. Water was changed 19/11/1980. Water was changed 21/11/1980. Water was changed 24/11/1980. Water was changed 26/11/1980. Water was changed 28/11/1980.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA37459
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