Medieval Unglazed Pottery from Caesarea


Krentz pottery study collection. 10 mm wall thickness.


Krentz pottery study collection. Collected from Area C during 1972. 7 mm wall thickness.



Krentz pottery study collection. White ware neck to a jug from Area C, 1972. Classified during pottery reading as Early Arab (Umayyad/Abbasid). 10.1 cm rim diameter. 5 mm rim thickness and 7 mm body thickness.


Krentz pottery study collection. 11.4 cm diameter mouth to a bag jar. 7 mm rim wall thickness and 6 mm body thickness.


Krentz pottery study collection.


Krentz pottery study collection. Slightly eroded whiteware bodysherd measuring 6 mm thick.



Krentz pottery study collection. Handle with small turban. Individual handle strands measure 11 mm and 12 mm.



Krentz pottery study collection. White ware with molded decoration.



Krentz pottery study collection.



Krentz pottery study collection.



Krentz pottery study collection. Filter.



Krentz pottery study collection. Handle.



Krentz pottery study collection.



Krentz pottery study collection. Whiteware with molded decoration.



Krentz pottery study collection. Chisel cut decoration.



Krentz pottery study collection. Whiteware sherd with traces of root etchings.



Krentz pottery study collection. Rim diameter is 7 cm, rim thickness is 9 mm and body thickness of 6 mm.



Krentz pottery study collection. Moldmade lamp fragment.



Krentz pottery study collection. Moldmade lamp fragment.



Krentz pottery study collection. Whiteware handle from Area C, 1972 field season. Classified as Early Arab (Abbasid). The strand of clay measures 12 mm in thickness.



Krentz pottery study collection. Whiteware handle formed of three strands.



Krentz pottery study collection. Spout of a briq (spouted jug) from Area C. Labelled as Early Arab during pottery reading in 1972. Rim and body thickness is 5 mm.




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