Pottery vessel; applied figurine, the head-dress of which forms a spout; served as a liquid raising device; filled by immersion; the flow of the liquid through the holes in the base was regulated by opening and closing the mouth with the thumb.

An00035534 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
Highlights/COMPASS
Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
figurine, vessel
Techniques
applied

People

Acquired From
Christie's to The British Museum

Place

Found In
Tabqa
In Gallery
G57/LEV/11, 26 Aug 1998

Time

Acquired In
1980
Made
2400BC-2000BC
Period/Culture
Middle Bronze Age I, ?, ["Early Bronze Age IV", "?"]

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