Saturday, May 15, 2010

White Slip II


A White Slip II vessel, dated to the late Bronze Age.

This is (if I am correct) a typical White Slip II vessel. It is easily recognizable by the decorations, the fact that it is not wheel made, the fine quality and the rather unique wish bone handle. You can also notice the shape, a bowl, that doesn't exist as White Slip I. For another example of the general type, look here.

2 comments:

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