Iron Age First Temple Period Clay Jug.
Pouring vessel for liquid such as anointing oil, medicine or perfume during the period of the Israelite Kingdom.
Height: 14 cm.
Found in Israel.
The Iron age I in Transjordan can be divided into three horizons. This type of the early Iron age jugs 1200 BC – 850 BC – and includes the time of the Israelites Kings Davids and Solomon.
As in the case of most Iron Age I the jugs tend to have flaring neck and a simple rim.
Includes a certificate of authenticity and all required documents for export approval.
This is what the Lord says: “Go, buy a potter’s clay jug. Take some of the elders of the people and some of the elders of the priests (Jeremiah 19:1)
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