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Egypt, Pottery Juglet, 2nd Intermediate Period, 1786 - 1567 B.C.
Tell el-Yahudiyeh style juglet; smooth, with no stippling.
Black, wheel-made, tall neck, flare rim, wide shoulders, decreasing to small pedestal base, strap handle, 3 Ĺ" tall, Intact.
Possibly Hyksos or Ancient Israelite in origin. This style juglet would have been a luxury item containing perfumed oil.
cf. ROM 46 2:23;
ex. Alex G. Malloy Collection
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cicerokid  [Sep 22, 2013 at 07:16 PM]
Great item
Enodia  [Sep 23, 2013 at 06:00 AM]
very nice, and amazing that such a delicate handle is still intact!