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Rim Sherd

Object Number:13068A
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Jomon
Japanese
Provenience: Japan
Honshu
Chiba Prefecture
Hirayama Village
Period: Late Jomon
Final Jomon
Date Made: Late Jomon - Final Jomon
Early Date: -1500
Late Date: -400
Section:Asian
Materials:Clay
Technique:Cord Marked
Burnished
Incised
Fired
Inscription Language:Japanese Language
English Language
Length: 13.9 cm
Width: 14 cm
Thickness: 0.8 cm
Credit Line:Exchange with the Japanese Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Other Number:51A - Other Number
A29a - Other Number

Description

Rim sherd (浅鉢). Part of rounded vessel. Undulating rim both in line and thickness. Incised line below rim edge on exterior. Design in bands of cord marking and burnished areas separated by incised lines. Jomon style. Black surface. Dark clay.

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