Body sherd of a thick-walled vessel made of red stoneware. The surface is very porous.
- Excavated/Findspot: Kakshal Tati, G.(Yangi-arik) 003 (from Kakshal tati (wind-eroded site), near Yangi-arik (meaning 'new canal'), near Guma)
- (Asia,South Asia,Pakistan,North West Frontier Province,Peshawar,Kakshal Tati)
- Height: 3.8 centimetres
- Width: 2.9 centimetres
The 1907-11-11 group refers to objects from Stein's First Central Asian Expedition, 1900-01. According to Stein's Introduction to 'Ancient Khotan' (1907), the expedition was funded by the Governments of India, the Panjab (Punjab) and from provincial funds of Bengal. All the finds were shipped to London for sorting, research and publication. The Government of India then recommended that Dr Rudolf Hoernle, together with the British Museum, should determine the distribution of the finds (BM Archives, Stein Papers, CE32/23/5).
- G.(Yangi-arik) 003 (Stein no.)
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Object reference number: RRC5235
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