A rare type of bowl, decorated around the shoulder with a series of nipple-like protuberances. The vessel is robustly made, with rounded base, just slightly flattened at the centre.
Circa 3100-2900 BC.
Condition: Good solid fabric; a few chips to the rim, otherwise complete.
Width 14.5 cms (5.7 ins).
Reference: For a similarly shaped vessel see Plate 10 no. 2; Amiran, R. 1969 Ancient Pottery of the Holy Land.
Rare Holy Land Early Bronze Age nippled bowl
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