Ten examples of decorated pottery sherds from Area 6 at Tell Tuneinir (in Mesopotamia) during the Medieval Period.





Light green ware molded bodysherd with chevron and tear drop decoration. Area 6, Square 85, Locus 5. Reg. no. 4287.6, 1994.






Light green ware molded bodysherd with chevron and tear drop decoration. Area 6, Square 85, Locus 5. Reg. no. 4285.4, 1994.






Light green ware with casual incised lines typical of the Ilkanids/Mongols (after AD 1250). Area 6, Square 85, Locus 5. Reg. no. 4290.20, 1994.






Greem glaze bodysherd with ribbed exterior. Area 6, Square 26, Locus 994 (bulk removal). Reg. no. 4140, 1994.






Green glaze rimsherd with a wide rim to accept a lid. Area 6, Square 28, Locus 14. Reg. no. 4200.1, 1994.






Green glaze basal sherd with a ring base. Area 6, Square 38, Locus 6. Reg. no. 4129.6, 1994.






Green glaze rimsherd with a damaged portion resulting from firing. Area 6, Square 46, Locus 7. 1994.






Green glaze base sherd with sgraffito decoration. The base is a ring base. Area 6, Square 74, Locus 5. Reg. no. 4276.7, 1994.






Green glaze base sherd with a ring base. Area 6, Square 84, Locus 2. Reg. no. 4291.22, 1994.






Green glaze rimsherd with two sgraffito lines parallel to the rim. Area 6, Square 85, Locus 5. Reg. no. 4281.6, 1994.






Green glaze rimsherds with a patch of the glaze that is missing. Area 6, Square 86, Locus 4. Reg. no. 4289.1, 1994.