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Assyrian Pottery

Assyrian pottery, also know as 'Palace ware', are thin delicate vessels which can be found in sites throughout the Assyrian empire. The most common type of vessel from this ceramic family are bowls, which imitate metal bowls in shape. 

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Horizontal lines decoration, orange slip and buff
Discus base
Height: 45 cm

'Carrot shaped' bottle
Conical base
Height: 15 cm

Assyrian hemisphere bowl, also known as 'palace ware'
Diameter: 20 cm

Pinched bottle
Height: 10 cm

Assyrian bowl, also known as 'palace ware'
Discus base
Diameter: 20 cm