Pottery vase with short funnel neck and two handles, damaged. It has an upright rim, swollen body and slightly concave base. On lower neck, between the handles, there are two horizontal finger-grooves. On upper body is a band of shallow wide diagonal grooves and at maximum circumference there are eight symmetrically spaced circular impressions. Both surfaces are polished and brick red-brown and black.
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