|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928|
|Other Number:||2057 - Field No SF|
Reddish brown ware; nozzle blackened by use; double ring base; small vertical knob handle; pointed nozzle with molded decoration forming the channel, the decoration is of two mounds of dots flanking a circle with lines and dots in it and all of this is underneath a rabbit; the body of the vessel bears molded decoration in the form of a vine forming medallions in which are animal and bird figures and bunches of grapes. Under the vine decoration is a band of little vertical lines which follow along with the bottom edge of the top to the middle of the nozzle where the line curves up to meet the nozzle. The space in front of the nozzle created by this band has a peacock in it (one on each side of the nozzle).
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