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English: An illustration from the Encyclopaedia Biblica, a 1903 publication which is now in the public domain.

Fig. 2 for article "Pottery".

Image of pottery shapes for Canaanite pottery in the period 1500-1000 B.C. Pottery of this kind is sometimes called 'Phoenician', but is not to be confused with pottery from Phoenicia.

In the printed version of the Encyclopedia Biblica, the images are to scale, the scale being one tenth of actual size. The digital version of the images are roughly twice the size (and therefore about one fifth of actual size.

The images ultimately originate from Flinders Petrie's archaeological work Tell el-Hesy

  • Pot 1 corresponds to Flinder's image 124
  • Pot 2 corresponds to Flinder's image 137
  • Pot 3 corresponds to Flinder's image 125
  • Pot 4 corresponds to Flinder's image 115. This pot shape also occurs in Mycenaean Cyprus, and 18th dynasty Egypt.
  • Pot 5 corresponds to Flinder's image 141. This pot shape also occurs in Mycenaean Cyprus, and 18th dynasty Egypt.
  • Pot 6 corresponds to Flinder's image 110
All these pots were mostly handmade, without ornament, and the forms were created in imitation of leather vessels.
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