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Pot

Period:
Neolithic
Date:
6th millennium B.C.
Geography:
Iran, Hajji Firuz Tepe
Culture:
Iran
Medium:
Ceramic
Dimensions:
3.07 in. (7.8 cm)
Classification:
Ceramics-Vessels
Credit Line:
Purchase, Mrs. Constantine Sidamon-Eristoff Gift, 1962
Accession Number:
62.173.1
Not on view
1961, excavated as part of the Hasanlu Project sponsored by the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, the Archaeological Service of Iran, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art; acquired by the Museum in 1962, as a result of its financial contribution to the excavations.
Young, T.C. 1962. "Taking the History of the Hasanlu Area Back Another Five Thousand Years; Sixth and Fifth Millennium Settlements in the Solduz Valley, Persia." Illustrated London News, pp. 707-709, fig. 2.

Voigt, Mary M. 1983. Hajji Firuz, Iran: The Neolithic Settlement. Hasanlu Excavation Reports I, University Museum Monograph 50. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, pl. 19h.
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