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Vessel Stand

31-17-369

31-17-369

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Jar

31-17-370

31-17-370

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Jar

31-17-336

31-17-336

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Vessel Lid

31-17-319B

31-17-319B

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Sherd

31-17-320B

31-17-320B

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Jar

31-17-337

31-17-337

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Bowl

31-17-294

31-17-294

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Jug

31-17-358

31-17-358

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Bowl

31-17-357

31-17-357

Museum Object



Jar

31-17-338

31-17-338

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Pot

31-17-349

31-17-349

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Pot

31-17-350

31-17-350

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Bead

31-17-351V

31-17-351V

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Sherd

31-17-352M

31-17-352M

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Sherd

31-17-395

31-17-395

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Jar

31-17-345

31-17-345

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Sherd

31-17-351F

31-17-351F

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Bowl

31-17-284

31-17-284

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Sherd

31-17-352O

31-17-352O

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Pot Stand

31-17-373

31-17-373

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Jar

31-17-339

31-17-339

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Jar

31-17-340

31-17-340

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Sherd

31-17-320D

31-17-320D

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Sherd

31-17-352H

31-17-352H

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Jar

31-17-341

31-17-341

Museum Object

Pot

31-17-347

31-17-347

Museum Object

Bowl

31-17-334

31-17-334

Museum Object



Sherd

31-17-399

31-17-399

Museum Object

Sherd

31-17-321G

31-17-321G

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Amphora

31-17-331

31-17-331

Museum Object



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found 7 to 7 yes/2 m. below brick pavement dated ca. 3yesnono b.c. in the prehistoric settlement. p.g. n.w. [15]
found 7 yes/2 to 8 m. below brick pavement dated ca. 3yesnono b.c. in the prehistoric settlement. p.g. n.w. [8]
found 5 yes/2 to 6 m. below brick pavement dated ca. 3yesnono b.c. in the prehistorical settlement. transition from post to pre flood levels. p.g. n.w. [7]
found 6 to 7 m. below brick pavement dated ca. 3yesnono b.c. in the prehistorical settlement. level of the pre flood period. pg. n.w. [5]
found 3 yes/2 to 5 yes/2 m. below brick pavement dated ca. 3yesnono b.c. in the prehistorical settlement. between flood and royal graves. at n.w. limit of p.g. [4]
pft, pfg/bb [2]
pft, pfg/jj [2]
pft, pfg/mm [2]
pft, pfg/ss [2]
pft, pfg/z [2]
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