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How Tallon Food Vessel
3 pieces of a hard well fired food vessel, made with a gritty material which shows through the light brown surface inside. The outer surface has a pinkish tinge and a better finish than the inside as it is coated with a fairly thick slip. It has been decorated with combed lines and a raised zig-zag pattern both inside the rim and on the outside of the vessel. The base has a diameter of approximately 7.5cm, which rises to a maximum diameter of 14.5cm at the rim.
Place: Barningham Moor
Object Type: cinerary vessel
Period: Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age
Broad Date: Prehistoric
Museum Accession Number: 1958.1837/A-C/ARC.