Professor Robert Smith supervised excavations at Pella of the Decapolis for Wooster College. All of the sherds illustrated in this webpage where digitally photographed by Professor Michael Fuller with the kind assistance of the Wooster College Archaeology Laboratory.





Cross decorated plate fragment (African Red Slip?). 3.5 mm thick. Accession number 25679.








Plate fragment decorated with a painted fish. 6.0 mm thick. Accession number 45538.








Plate fragment decorated with a painted circlets. 7.0 mm thick. Accession number 45538.








Plate fragment decorated with a painted cross and Greek letters. 8.0 mm thick. Accession number IX T 62 1 150 45537








Plate fragment decorated with a painted fish. 8.0 mm thick. Accession number IX T 62 98 150 45537.








Plate fragment decorated with a painted cross. 6.3 mm thick. Accession number IX T 62 1 84 45671.


Medieval pottery sherds from Pella in the Wooster Archaeological Collection




Prepared by Professor Michael Fuller
Site updated 27 December 2004