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Jar, slender, flat base, with two bull head handles. Bulls and lions were closely linked in the iconography of the King. The inside of this vase was drilled out and the exterior was carved and then sanded down. The stone surface is slightly damaged, probably from when the object lay in the ground.
about 3000 B.C. 2500 B.C.