|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Archaeology Area:||Level V, Room 1021 A, floor level, S. Temple|
|Locus:||Room 1021 A, floor level, S. Temple on Level V|
|Period:||Iron Age IB|
Iron Age IIA
|Date Made:||1150-925 BCE|
|Credit Line:||Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928|
|Other Number:||25-9-636 - Field No SF|
Oblong in plan, in 2 stages, coming to arounded top ornamented with 3 birds. On upper stage each long side is open with full length nude figure looking outwards. One of the figures is shown holding a bird (dove?) under each arm; the arms and legs of the other figure are missing. Each short side (one broken away) had a window. Lower stage has 1 window on each short side, and 2 windows on each long side with a snake winding up on each of the long sides between the windows. Black ware burning brown, fragmentary and incomplete.
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