EARLY BRONZE AGE PSEUDO SPOUTED JAR WITH DIPPER JUGLET
Measurements: jar: height – 38.3 cm, width – 33 cm, juglet: height – 6 cm, width – 6.3 cm
Description: An Early Bronze Age (EB1) Trans Jordan red ceramic jar with a separate dipper juglet. It has unusual indented ledge handles and a pseudo spouted mouth. It has a large globular body and it is made of buff clay. This is an important type of vessel and it features the small spouted stand for the dipper juglet. It was made until the EB2 period.
Reference: Amiran, R., Ancient pottery of the Holy Land, 1969, Fig. 34, Pl. 9, no. 28.
Period: 3200 BC
Condition: Fine with some encrustations, small chipping to the mouth of the juglet.