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Nemea. High-spouted jug. Early Neolithic (c. 6500-5800 BC).  Nemea Museum P 920. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.    Papathanasopoulos, G.Α. (ed.), Neolithikos Politismos stin Ellada,  N.P. Goulandris-Museum of Cycladic Art,  Athens 1996, cat. no. 133.    © Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Early Neolithic (c. Nemea Museum P Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.), Neolithikos Politismos stin Ellada, N. Goulandris-Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens cat. © Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Neolithic-style Pottery Jar, China, compressed globular shape, the neck flanked by two loop handles, painted in red and black with circular decoration, ht. 4 3/4 in.

Neolithic-style Pottery Jar, China, compressed globular shape, the neck flanked by two loop handles, painted in red and black with circular decoration, ht. 4 3/4 in.

SESKLO SCOOP_ Ceramic vessel in the shape of a scoop with incised decoration. From the neolithic settlement at Sesklo in Thessaly. Final Neolithic Period, 3700-3300 BC. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Prehistoric Collection (by Metropolitan Museum Athens)

SESKLO SCOOP_ Ceramic vessel in the shape of a scoop with incised decoration. From the neolithic settlement at Sesklo in Thessaly. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Prehistoric Collection (by Metropolitan Museum Athens)

Jar Period: Middle Chalcolithic Date: ca. 5600–5400 B.C. Geography: Southwestern Anatolia Culture: Hacilar Medium: Ceramic, paint Dimensions: 6.1 in. (15.49 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1964 Accession Number: 64.286.5

Jar Period: Middle Chalcolithic Date: ca. Geography: Southwestern Anatolia Culture: Hacilar Medium: Ceramic, paint Dimensions: in. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1964 Accession Number:

Period:     Late Naqada II Date:     ca. 3450–3300 B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Abadiya, Cemetery...

Period: Late Naqada II Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Abadiya, Cemetery.

Cypriot Double Bowled Vessel  Circa 1900-1650 BC  Multi-use vessels were popularized in the Bronze Age by ingenious Cypriot potters striving to invent ever more interesting and creative shapes.  Each bowl has a buff background enlivened with reddish-brown painted decoration.  The patterns are not symmetrical, rather each bowl has its own design.

Cypriot Double Bowled Vessel Circa 1900-1650 BC Multi-use vessels were popularized in the Bronze Age by ingenious Cypriot potters striving to invent ever more interesting and creative shapes. Each bowl has a buff background enlivened with reddish-brown painted decoration. The patterns are not symmetrical, rather each bowl has its own design.

Early Zuni Pueblo Pottery Jar-Olla/ Historic- Native American Indian/ New Mexico

Haggar Men's Cool 18 Hidden Expandable-Waist Plain-Front Pant

Chaironeia. Clay model of a house. Middle Neolithic.  Chaironeia Museum, 24. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.    Theocharis, D.R., Neolithiki Hellas, National Bank of Greece,  Athens 1973, fig. 10.

Chaironeia. Clay model of a house. Middle Neolithic. Chaironeia Museum, 24. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF. Theocharis, D.R., Neolithiki Hellas, National Bank of Greece, Athens 1973, fig. 10.

Hititte, jar, Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hititte, jar, Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Lianokladi, Phthiotis. Globular vase with painted (scraped) decoration.  Middle Neolithic (c. 5800-5300 BC).  National Archaeological Museum 8051. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.    Theocharis, D.R., Neolithiki Hellas, National Bank of Greece,  Athens 1973, fig. 48.

Indicative of the relationships between Neolithic communities is the increase in painted pottery during the Middle and Late Neolithic.

Cucuteni-Trypillian culture pottery from Bilcze Złote (Ukraine). 3900-2700 BCE. Archaeological Museum in Kraków

Cucuteni-Trypillian culture pottery from Bilcze Złote (Ukraine). 3900-2700 BCE. Archaeological Museum in Kraków

Emporio, Chios. Bowl. Final Neolithic (c. 4500-3200 BC).  Chios Museum 1601. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF.    Papathanasopoulos, G.Α. (ed.), Neolithikos Politismos stin Ellada,  N.P. Goulandris Foundation-Museum of Cycladic Art,  Athens 1996, cat. no. 150.    © Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Emporio, Chios. Bowl. Final Neolithic (c. 4500-3200 BC). Chios Museum 1601. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/ARF. Papathanasopoulos, G.Α. (ed.), Neolithikos Politismos stin Ellada, N.P. Goulandris Foundation-Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens 1996, cat. no. 150. © Hellenic Ministry of Culture

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