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* An Egyptian Painted Line Jug, ca. early 18th Dynasty, ca. 1539-1479 | Sands of Time Ancient Art

An Egyptian Painted Line Jug, ca. early 18th Dynasty, ca. 1539-1479 BC

Wheel made of marl clay, with flat base and broad biconical form, hand burnished, the exterior covered with a biscuit-colored slip and then painted with six groups of red vertical lines that were appl

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Saxon pottery 6Production centre a workshop or (perhaps a single potter) at work in the area around Illington and Lackford, Suffolk Distribution local Use as a cremation urn Date Mid - late 6th century AD

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Saxon pottery centre a workshop or (perhaps a single potter) at work in the area around Illington and Lackford, Suffolk Distribution local Use as a cremation urn Date Mid - late century AD

AN EGYPTIAN DOLOMITE JAR -  PREDYNASTIC PERIOD, NAQADA II, CIRCA 3500-3200 B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN DOLOMITE JAR - PREDYNASTIC PERIOD, NAQADA II, CIRCA 3500-3200 B.C.

Jomon pottery from Shakado Site in Yamanashi Prefecture.  Via Pamela Scott

Ancient Jomon clay vessel from Shakado Site in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

Marl ware jar with lug handles Period: Predynastic Period Date: ca. 3850–2960 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Southern Upper Egypt,

Marl ware jar with lug handles Predynastic Period ca. From Egypt, Southern Upper Egypt, Hierakonpolis (el-Kom el-Ahmar), Fort Cemetery (Hk Tomb

Painted on limestone, from Deir el-Medina, the Artisans Village in Luxor. 19th Dynasty (ca 1200 BC). Turin Museum.

Ancient Egyptian dancer performing a gymnastic backbend, painted in century BC years old) on Ostracon (pieces of pottery and fragments of limestone) found in Thebes, cm cm. On display at the Turin Museum Egizio, Italy.

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