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MIDDM : 1932.70.1 , jar
1932br1 - jar

Middlesbrough Museum Service
Record Number MIDDM.1932.70.1
NUMBER-OF-ITEMS
1
IDENTIFICATION
SIMPLE-NAME
jar
FULL-NAME
Egyptian jar
BRIEF-DESCRIPTION
Egyptian jar, of reddish brown colour covered in worn red slip, with narrow neck, flared rim, and sharp carination, with sides sloping out to a ridge at the lower body, then in to the ring base. It is decoratedwith an incised relief band of feathers above the carination, and incised lines and ridges around the rim, neck, and above and below the feathers.
PRODUCTION
METHOD
manufactured
DATE
1539 BC = 1295 BC
PERIOD
1539 BC = 1295 BC
PLACE
Egypt, Africa
PERIOD
bronze age, Egyptian 18th Dynasty
FIELD-COLLECTION
PERSON
collector : Dixon, Waynman (Mr)
PLACE
Egypt, Africa
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
clay
COLOUR
red, brown
PART.DIMEN.READING
whole : height : 160 mm
PART.DIMEN.READING
top : diameter : 60 mm
PART.DIMEN.READING
base : diameter : 47 mm
PART.DIMEN.READING
whole : diameter : 107 mm
COMPLETENESS
incomplete