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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 gray pottery vase with two handles and over decoration of punches and incised motifs filled with white clay. Vinca Culture, 5th-4th Millennium BC

This decorative vase belongs to the Neolithic Europe era. Interior decoration in this era consisted of detailed pottery that was used for both practical and decorative purposes.

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

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

Ancestral Pueblo Jars

Ancestral Pueblo jars AD 9001130 Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico Clay, paint

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:

Bowl fragment  Period: Halaf Date: ca. 5600–5000 B.C. Geography: From Syria, Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana) Culture: Halaf Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 3.23 in. (8.2 cm)

Bowl fragment Period: Halaf Date: ca. Geography: From Syria, Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana) Culture: Halaf Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: in.

Greek  [Attic, Geometric Period]. Horse Pyxis (circular box, probably for cosmetics)  ca. 760–735 BC.

Centuries Past : Photo - Athens, Greece Horse Pyxis (Circular Box), Geometric Period (ca.

Bowl. Ceramic. H. 10.5 cm; W. 18 cm. Late Cypriot, 1500-1200 BCE. Enkomi, Northern Cyprus. Louvre Museum, Paris AM2248.

Bowl. Ceramic. H. 10.5 cm; W. 18 cm. Late Cypriot, 1500-1200 BCE. Enkomi, Northern Cyprus. Louvre Museum, Paris AM2248.

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.

Anthropomorphic Vessel    Fired Clay    Banat, Parţa, 5300-5000 BCE    National History Museum of Romania, Bucharest: 54748    Photo: Marius Amarie

Anthropomorphic Vessel Fired Clay Banat, Parţa, BCE National History Museum of Romania, Bucharest: 54748 Photo: Marius Amarie (Alejandra Durán)

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