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Clay pot with lid. The pot is round with a large mouth topped by a thick overhanging rim. Two thick rounded handles each with small finger hole are attached near the neck of the pot. The neck is decorated with several bands of perforations in a variety of linear patterns. The shoulder is sharp and the body is undecorated beneath it. A small round pedestal, hollow, supports the pot and is decorated with a pattern of protruding squares. The lid (part b) is round, concave on the inside, and topped with a small round handle. A ring of incised decoration circles the lid close to its rim. A pigment has been applied inside and out, with some areas of staining. Small gold flecks can been seen over the surface.

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