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Fragment of a Bowl, 13th-14th century. Creator: Unknown
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Terracotta bowl fragment. Period: Early Imperial, Augustan; Date: ca. 10 B.C.-A.D. 20; Culture: Roman; Medium: Terracotta; Dimensions: width: 4 7/8 in
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Islamic, Egyptian, Bowl Fragment, 11th - 12th century, Glazed earthenware with luster, Overall: 3 3/8 × 3 1/2 × 1 1/8 inches (8.6 × 8.9 × 2.9 cm)
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Fragment of a Bowl, 13th-14th century. Creator: Unknown
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Fragment of a bowl with floral scrolls, Fragment of a bowl of quartz frit with incised floral vines on a transparent yellow lead-alkali glaze
Fragment earthenware bowl, cooking pot with wide rim, decorated with yellow dots, cooking pot? tableware holder kitchen utensils earthenware ceramics...
Fragment of a Bowl, 9th–10th century, Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur, Earthenware; buff slip
Fragments of a Bowl with Green Splashes and Blue Inscription, 9th century, Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon, Earthenware; splashed in green and painted in blue...
Fragment of a Bowl, 16th-17th century. Creator: Unknown
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Author: Byzantine. Fragment from the Base of a Bowl with - - K - - Monogram - 13th/14th century - Byzantine; Constantinople or vicinity
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Islamic, Iranian, Bowl Fragment, late 12th century, composite body with over-glaze polychrome painted decoration, Overall: 4 inches × 4 1/4 inches × 1 inches...
Fragment of a Bowl, 13th-14th century. Creator: Unknown
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Earthenware fragment terra sigillata, bowl bowl crockery holder soil find ceramic pottery clay engobe, Edge fragment of dish or bowl
Fragment earthenware cooking pot with wide top edge and two bands, cooking pot crockery holder kitchen utensils earthenware ceramics earthenware glaze lead...
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Fragment of a Bowl-1st century BC/1st century AD-Roman or Eastern Mediterranean. Glass, mosaic technique. 100 BC-100 AD. Roman Empire
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Fragment earthenware bowl with yellow surface, purple cross shape with green accents, bowl crockery holder soil find ceramic earthenware glaze lead glaze

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