- Museum number
Pottery fumigant jar with rounded base and body, and tall neck; vestigial rib at the shoulder/neck junction marking the junction of the wheel-thrown neck and the coil-built body; incised cuneiform inscription around the central portion of the body; yellow clay with heavy organic temper.
- Production date
- 6thC BC
Diameter: 10.70 centimetres (restored diameter of rim)
Diameter: 14.50 centimetres
Height: 17.50 centimetres (as restored)
- On display (G1/wp71/sh4)
- Exhibition history
Enlightenment gallery, from Nov 2003.
1997 Jul-31 Dec, BM exhibition: "Pottery in the Making", Museum of Mankind.
- Fair; neck restored in 1997.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The register entry states that some of the Egibbi tablets are said to have been found in this object.
- Middle East
- BM/Big number
- Registration number