Prehistoric ceramic casting ladle3D Model
3D scan of a ceramic casting ladle from the Neolithic (4th Millenium BC) pile dwelling site Misling II at Lake Attersee, Upper Austria. It is a tool used for early metal production in the transitional Period of the Late Stone Age and Bronze Age.
The prehistoric casting ladle is part of a private collection. The Kuratorium Pfahlbauten strives to get the collection archaeologically analysed and into a regional exhibition.
Specimen: prehistoric ceramic casting ladle
Inventory number: no inventory
Collection: Kurt Schäfer, private collection of archaeological objects from Lake Attersee (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Find out more about the UNESCO World Heritage Site Prehistoric Pile Dwellings here.
Scanned and edited by Viola Winkler (NHMW)
Scanner: Artec Space Spider. Infrastructure funded by the FFG.