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Barrel-shaped pottery vessel. Grog-tempered fabric with calcite (thin section). Exterior glossy burnish, interior smoothed. Firing dark; brown-black ware.
- Curator's comments
- Stead and Rigby 1999
Restored. Fabric group 1a: grog in a non-calcareous, non-glauconitic clay.
Barrel-shaped vessels: Slightly round-bodied vessels with wide mouth finished with or without a lipped edge. Made in a wide variety of unstandardized sizes and shapes including miniature versions. Chiefly undecorated. Hallstatt C to the Gallo-Roman period. Examples in Les Jogasses grave 89 and Tinqueux grave 31.
Bibliography: Morel, L., 1898, ‘La Champagne souterraine’ Reims, pl. 6, fig. 2.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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