From:UC Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities
About this objectRed ceramic potsherd. Part of the upper rim of a jug, with a portion of the handle attached. There is fine scoring around the rim and manufacturing ridges on the body/shoulder section.
Part of a group of four pottery sherds (108.70-111.70). Said to have been found on a dump site at Petra, Jordan. The sherd has been identified as being from the Nabataean culture.
Date Made2nd century CE
Place MadeJordan; Petra
Place NotesNabatean. Found in Petra
Medium and MaterialsCeramic: Terracotta
Inscription and Marks"109/70" inked on internal surface
Measurements60 x 60 x 24 mm
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