A sherd of red pottery from the side of a large vessel, probably some kind of transport-amphora. The fabric is compact micaceous clay of pale red colour, and the exterior bears a dull grey-green slip. On the outside are some incised marks, made post-production, consisting of two long scratched lines with associated smaller marks.

An00812030 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
transport amphora
Techniques
incised

Place

Found In
Tell Dafana
Made In
East Greece

Time

Acquired In
1887
Made
6thC BC
Period/Culture
Hellenistic, East Greek, Archaic Greek

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