|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Archaeology Area:||Level II, LTN, House IV, Cistern 3|
|Date Made:||300-700 CE|
|Credit Line:||Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928|
|Other Number:||334 - Field No SF|
Mottled yellow and light brown ware; wide, blackened nozzle; ring base; knob handle; molded decoration of two garlands extending from either side of the handle and surrounding the body aperture. They end at the beginning of the nozzle with two circles, one on each side. Between the circles are two scrolls and from the scrolls rises a beehive which reaches to the nozzle opening. The beehive is flanked by 6 circles, three on each side.
|[Book] Fitzgerald, Gerald M. 1931. Beth-Shan Excavations 1921-1923: the Arab and Byzantine Levels.. The University Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: Plate XXXVI, no. 10||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
You may also be interested in these objects:
Report problems and issues to firstname.lastname@example.org.