Body fragment of pottery vessel: hand-made?; brown fabric, grey core, incised concentric arcs and pin prick decoration on exterior.
- Excavated/Findspot: Lachish, Fosse Temple (?)
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Lachish)
- Length: 114 millimetres (preserved)
- Width: 89 millimetres (preserved)
- Thickness: 14 millimetres
some incrustation and discolouration.
2 July 2008
Dry surface clean.
Heavy layer of museum dust and dirt.
Each object was dry cleaned using Wishab sponges (vulcanise latex, filler). All residues were removed using soft brushes and a museum vacuum cleaner.
From the Wellcome-Marston expedition of 1932-1938.
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Object reference number: WCO5601
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