Ceramic: vessel

One unglazed dark brown earthenware vessel. Globular body surmounted by a narrow cylindrical neck and out-turned rim and lips. Central part of body exhibits broad band of densely impressed vertical dotted lines contained within transverse linear boundaries and divided by a single central transverse line. Neck and upper shoulder exhibit narrower band of incised transverse linear features.
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From Han grave.
Carried in 1947 from Shandan, Gansu to Canterbury Museum by John Johnson of the Friends' Ambulance Unit.
Dimensions (h x w): 249 x 223mm
Circumference: 895cm (352 3/8")
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