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Stone squat jar with a ring base and lug handles. The handles are drilled to allow rope or cord to be passed through and the vessel to hang. The centre is drilled out and the exterior has been carved and sanded to create a smooth appearance. The stone used here is called schist and is a hard stone.
about 3000 B.C. 2500 B.C.