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Sherds

Period:
Samarra
Date:
ca. mid-7th millennium B.C.
Geography:
Mesopotamia, Samarra
Culture:
Samarra
Medium:
Ceramic, paint
Dimensions:
8.5 cm x 13.6 cm x .8 cm
Classification:
Ceramics-Vessels
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1923
Accession Number:
23.75.43a
Not on view
1911-13, excavated by F. Sarre and E. Herzfeld; 1917, seized at the site by the British Expeditionary Force; 1921, shipped to London where the finds were divided between The British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum; acquired by the Museum in 1923, purchased from The British Museum, London.
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