Iron Age IIB Jars

During the Iron Age IIB the social complexity of souther Levantine societies rises. This can also be viewed by an increase in variety and shapes of ceramic vessels specifically oriented for a single purpose. The most variant of the pottery of the Iron Age IIB are the storage jars. 

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Hole mouth jar
Three rounded ridges rim 
Conical base
Height: 60 cm