Pottery incantation bowl. The text is a 'pseudoscript' devised by scribes to give illiterate clients the impression that they were valid incantations. Some bear close resemblance to identifiable forms of writing. Flat-based bowl with bevelled rim and flared wall; wheel-made.

An00453802 001 l

Place

Made In
Iraq

Time

Acquired In
1914
Made
6thC-8thC
Period/Culture
Late-Post Sasanian

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