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Cylindrical wall sherd; slightly flared at bottom. Incised with wave designs and horizontal ribbing. Made of red-pink earthenware.
- Found/Acquired: Alamut, castle (?)
- (Asia,Iran,North Iran,Qazvin (province),Alamut)
- Height: 9 centimetres
- Width: 6 centimetres
- Thickness: 0.5 centimetres
According to register (OA+. Vol VII), collected from Assassin Castles, Alamut region, Iran by Peter Willey. 1967.
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Object reference number: RRM18111
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