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Object Number:
29-102-237
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Hellenistic
Roman
Provenience:
Israel
Beth Shean
Archaeology Area:
Level III, under north side of Byzantine wall, north of Room 1120m W. of refractory 5
Period:
Hellenistic Period
Roman Period
Date Made:
200 BC-AD 400
Early Date:
-200
Late Date:
400
Section:
Near Eastern
Materials:
Ceramic
Description:
grey ware, black slip; disc base; no handle; circular body; long wide nozzle with incurving sides; the body is divided into three panels by raised bands with garland patterns on them. The bands extend from the body aperture to the keel. In each of the two side panels there is a rosette in relief while the rear panel (#3) contains the figure of a frong also in relief.
Credit Line:
Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan), 1921-1928
Other Number:
26-11-55   -   Field No SF

Bibliography:

[Book] Rowe, Alan. 1940. The four Canaanite temples of Beth Shean. : Page/Fig./Plate: Part II, The Pottery, Plate L, 27
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