Mould-made pottery bowl in Red Slip Ware (Eastern Sigillata 'A'). Decorated in relief with 'moving' palmettes as if being wind blown. Series of deep grooves above palmettes. Pale. fabric; red slip has worn off over much of body or was not properly applied.

An00015257 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
bowl
Techniques
terra sigillata, relief
Ware
Eastern Sigillata A

Place

Found In
Turkey
Made In
Syria

Time

Acquired In
2000
Made
1stC
Period/Culture
Roman

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