Early Bronze Age Pseudo Spouted Jar with Dipper Juglet

£ 2,500.00

An Early Bronze Age Trans Jordan red ceramic jar with a separate dipper juglet. The item displays unusual indented ledge handles and a pseudo spouted mouth. It features a large globular body and it is made of buff clay. This is an important and interesting type of vessel, as it features the small spouted stand for the dipper juglet.


Date: Circa 3rd-1st Millennium BC
Condition: Fine with some encrustations, small chipping to the mouth of the juglet.


Product Code: HLS-03

The Holy Land was the first region to enter the Bronze Age, which began with the rise of the Mesopotamian civilization of Sumer in the mid-4th millennium BC. The Bronze Age period covered an entire millennium. One of the major discoveries about the period is the link between the Early Bronze Age and the First Dynasty of Egypt, which is based on the presence of Canaanite vessels among the funerary offerings in the royal tombs of the First Dynasty. These vessels have become one of the cornerstones in the chronology of the Near East in the Early Bronze period. Numerous other types of vessels are known from this area.

To discover more about pottery from this region, please visit our relevant post: Holy Land Pottery.

Dimensions H 38.3 cm



Near East (Western Asiatic)

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