Neolithic Troldebjergbowl from 3.200 BCYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Bowl of type Troldebjerg, originally 26 cm wide at rim. Decorated with the caracteristic vertical band embellished with stamp impression, placed alternately on opposite side, like a zip fastener. The zipperband flanked on each side by vertical bands which are hatched. The fragment is 23x17 cm in dimension. The bowl found on the causewayed-enclosure Sarup II on Funen, Denmark. Dated to 3.200 BC the Funnel Beaker Culture. Found in a pit (number A3027) as a fragment of a bowl (50x32378). For 3D-presentation: 52 images with a Fuji XF10 camera, normal light in the office. Uploaded by PhotoModelerPremium by Eos Systems Inc.