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It concerns a large pot with narrow, cylindrical neck and globular belly. The vessel is further characterized by ribbon-shaped handles placed on a belly that is decorated with three horizontal belts, consisting of impressions made with a small toothed spatula. This epicardial vase was found by the Siret brothers during excavations in the southeast of Spain. (Epicardial culture, 4500 BC - 3500 BC). Inv n.: PG.2833.1040
Find this object in the museum’s online catalog Carmentis