Ceramics from el-Bālū` by Udo Worschech

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By Udo Worschech

This booklet is a primary presentation of pottery samples from el-Bālū‛ within the northern Ard el-Kerak, the traditional Moabitis which at the present time is significant Jordan. The kinds provided listed here are courting from the past due Bronze and Early Iron Age all the way down to the Persian sessions of profession of the location of el-Bālū‛. The publication doesn't talk about the pottery within the wider context of Jordanian or Palestinian ceramics; in spite of the fact that, the purpose was once to provide pottery from the hitherto basically moderately released Iron Age pottery of the area. With this documentation students of the Archaeology of Jordan are invited to paintings at the ceramics excavated within the parts A, B, C, D, E, and G of el-Bālū‛.

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Wheel made. Area A Room 2 33 A 039 A 040 A 041 A 042 all 1:1 34 A 043 A R2-4 Bowl Ext/Int. slip reddish yellow 5YR7/6. Core: light grey. Wheel made. Very fine black grits. Very well levigated. A 044 A R2-11 Bowl Ext. slip reddish yellow 5YR6/6, Int. 5YR5/6. Core: light grey. Very fine black and white grits. Wheel made. Well levigated. Very hard ware. Burnishing (5YR6/6) also on top of rim. A 045 A R2-14 Bowl Ext. slip reddish yellow 5YR6/6, Int. 5YR5/6. Core: light grey. Very fine black and white grits.

Core: dark grey. Wheel made. Very fine black and white grits. Very well levigated. Fine hard ware. Inside alternating bands of brownish grey, irregular. Despite the fine treatment the look is somewhat coarse. A 082 A R3-3 Bowl Ext. slip very pale brown 10YR8/4. Int. red burnishing 10R4/8. Core: reddish yellow. Wheel made. Extremely fine black grits. Very well levigated. Hard ware.

Very fine black and white grits. Well levigated. Thin hard ware. A 065 A R2-32 Jar Ext/Int. slip very pale brown 10YR8/2. Core: grey. Very fine black and white grits. Wheel made. Well levigated. Shoulder-to-body handle. A 066 A R2-7 Dekanter Ext/Int. slip very pale brown 10YR8/3. Core: brownish grey. Very fine black and white grits. Wheel made. Well levigated. At rim and below rim color decoration very pale brown 10YR7/3. Area A Room 2 51 A 064 A 065 A 066 all 1:1 52 A 067 A R2-12 Cup Ext. 5YR7/4, Int.

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