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Small, plain, long necked red pottery bottle of a type very common in the period of early Roman rule; flattened base and slightly bulging neck; horizontal incised rings.
- 1stC BC-1stC
- Made in: Jordan
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Jordan)
- Found/Acquired: Petra
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Jordan,Petra (Nabataea))
- Height: 3.63 inches
- Diameter: 1.75 inches
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Object reference number: WCO23161
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