Pottery drawings prepared by Yale University archaeologists.

Bowl [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Bowl [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Bowl [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Bowl [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green Glazed Pottery Krater found during the excavation within the town are of the site of Dura Europos. Rim diameter is approximately 23 cm. Reg. no. 1938.4839. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Pottery examples from Dura Duropos, Syria. The botton vessel is a small container with a molded medallion that most likely represents a priestess or goddess. A similar vessel illustrated in the final report on Green Glazed pottery suggested that these vessels were asociated with the cult of Atargatis. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Two large green glazed jars with applied decoration. The vessel on the left was discovered in the town area of Dura Europos in excavation area X7-4; width = 29 to 30 cm and height must have been approximately 45 to 50 cm; reg. no. 1938.4853. The vessel on the right is dark green glazed and was discovered in the town area of Dura Europos. Height = 44 cm, diameter = 29 cm. Reg. no. 1938.4838.


Two Green Glazed pottery jars. The vessel on the left has a greenish blue glaze on the exterior and a white glaze on the interior; it is decorated with rocker design and appliques under the glaze. It was discovered in the town area of Dura Europos in excavation unit C5. Height = 39.4 cm, diameter = 39.4 cm and wall thickness ranges from 8 to 10 mm. Reg. no. 1938.4840. The vessel on the right is blue glazed on the exterior and grenish gray glaze on the interior. Height = 19.3 cm, diameter = 16.4 cm. Reg. no. 1938.518. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Three green glazed pottery jars from the town area of Dura Europos. Left vessel is bluish green glazed and was found in excavation unit N8-A7. Height = 35.7 cm and diameter = 24 cm. Reg. no. H-107. The center vessel is green glaze and was found in excavation unit D-5. Height = 20.5 cm and diameter = 19 cm. Reg. no. 1931.431. The vessel on the right is green glaze and was discovered in excavation unit M8 - Z1. It measures 19 cm in height. Reg. no. 1935.519 [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed jars from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed pitchers from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed pottery vessels from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed pottery vessels from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed pottery vessels from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Four green glazd pilgrim flasks. Far left from Baghuz Z-39 measures height = 20.2 cm, diameter = 16 cm and width = 6.5 cm. Center left from tomb 55 measures height = 15.9 cm, diameer = 12.8 cm and width = 3.3 cm. Center right from tomb 23 measures height = 12.3 cm and width = 9.5 cm. Far right identified on the drawing as Baghuz but described in the text as Tomb 23 measures height = 12.3 cm, diameter = 9.5 and width = 5 cm. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed cylindrical jars from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed globular jars from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Green glazed bowls from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Brittleware (unglazed) casseroles (426 and 428), jars (429 to 537) and pitchers from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Hellenistic commonware (1 to 18) and Roman commonware (20 to 22) from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].


Roman commonware pottery from Dura Europos, Syria. [Yale University Art Museum Archives].

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