Coarseware pottery artefact in the form of a tube with one flat side that forms the base, one end is everted, the other broken.
- Excavated/Findspot: San el-Hagar, 15
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,San el-Hagar)
- Height: 8 centimetres
- Length: 14 centimetres (maximum)
- Width: 9.9 centimetres
See C. FAvard-Meeks in: Brissaud and Zivie-Coche - Tanis 1987-1997 (1998) p.114, 138 [pl.6]
6 July 1982
Desalt and clean.
Dirty. Likely to contain soluble salts.
Placed in tank of tap water to soak. Readings taken and water changed daily, until readings levelled out over a period of 14 days. 58.6x10-5 micromohs/cm. Desalting register batch no.70.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA36934
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