Measurements: 10.5 cm - height


Description: A small globular redware vessel with a discoid base and a slightly flaring neck. The second millennium BC can be conveniently divided into two periods – Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze Age. During the Middle Bronze Age, Amorite tribes from Syria settle across the region. Many large sites are fortified employing massive cyclopean stone blocks. Akkadian cuneiform inscribed on clay tablets is widely used.


Period: 2nd millennium BC


Condition: Very fine. Slight chipping to the rim.


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