Beaker. A small earthen ware pot. The base is about half the size of the opening and the body flares out in the middle before contracting again. Decorated with incised bands of horizontal lines and a band of vertical and zig zag lines near the rim.

Title

Beaker. A small earthen ware pot. The base is about half the size of the opening and the body flares out in the middle before contracting again. Decorated with incised bands of horizontal lines and a band of vertical and zig zag lines near the rim.

Identifier

ABDUA:19709

Description

Late Northern beaker, found at Pittodrie, Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire, in a cist with another beaker (ABDUA: 19708). Decorated with four bands of horizontal lines around the lower body, belly, neck and rim, with plain zones between them. A vertical and zig-zag pattern has also been impressed on to the neck.

Date

Early: -2400 Late: -1800 Period: EBA

Format

clay fired clay pottery, H: 166 mm Dia(rim): 145 mm

Coverage

Europe, Scotland, North East Scotland, Pittoddrie Chapel of Garioch Aberdeenshire

Source

Field Collection Date: 1894 - 1896

Relation

ABDUA:19708

Type

Physical Object

Provenance

Acquisition Source: Callander, J.Graham Dr

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