Colorless; gilding and red enamel paint. Ground vertical rim; side of body sloping in and rounded at bottom; flat bottom. Painted and gilded decoration on interior: a pointed monument, clearly identifiable as a betyl (a type of cult object common in the Near East), flanked by a wall and trees. Broken and repaired with areas of fill; some pinprick bubbles; rotary grinding marks; black, enamel-like weathering and iridescence.
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