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Date Made/Found: 2150-2100 BC
Material and Medium: Ceramic
Dimensions: Height 50mm; diameter 125mm
Place Object Found: Cyprus
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: 1960.39B
This small bowl was found in Cyprus. It has small holes or lugs on the outside, suggesting it may have been hung up during use.

The body of the bowl has a red polished surface while the interior and rim are decorated with black slip. During the manufacturing process, potters used the temperature of the kiln to affect the type of colouring that was created.
Display Location: In Store
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