Black-Topped Red Ware Pot: Williamson Collection3D ModelNoAI
An ancient Egyptian or Sudanese black-topped red ware pot (also known as B-ware) from the collection of the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.
In Egypt, black-topped red ware was common in the Predynastic Period particularly in the Badarian (4400-4000 BC) and Naqada I and II periods (4000-3200 BC). While production slowed and eventually stopped in Egypt, in ancient Sudan black-topped red ware production continued until about 1500 BC.
Accession Number: 2887, Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
Photography and Model Credit: Charlotte Sargent
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