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It concerns a type 4, egg-shaped pot in the typology of the El Argar culture of the Siret brothers, excavated in the southeast of Spain. These hand shaped vessels are associated with funerary contexts and are regularly found together with type 8 beakers. This type of ceramic is characterized by a dark, polished, metallic surface. (Argaric culture, 2300 BC - 1600 BC). Inv n.: PG.2000.1487
Find this object in the museum’s online catalog Carmentis
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