Examples of decorated pottery sherds from Area 1 at Tell Tuneinir (in Mesopotamia) from the Ninevite V Period and a few decorated sherds from the Akkadian/Babylonian occupation.





Ninevite V incised rimsherd. 5 mm. body thickness and 3 mm. rim thickness. Area 1, Square 62, Locus 22. Pottery registration no. 3242.1





Ninevite V incised rimsherd. Note the very fine drill created decoration in the upper right corner of the sherd. 5 mm. body thickness and 4 mm. rim thickness. Area 1, Square 66, Locus 08. Pottery registration 2555.1





Ninevite V incised rimsherd. Note the very fine drill created decoration in the upper right corner of the sherd. 5 mm. body thickness and 3 mm. rim thickness. Area 1, Square 60, Locus 13. Pottery registration nos. 2862.2, 2862.7 and 2862.8





Closeup of drilled hole decoration on the rimsherd from Area 1, Square 60, Locus 13. Pottery registration nos. 2862.2, 2862.7 and 2862.8





Ninevite V incised bodysherd. 7 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 62, Locus 22. Pottery registration no. 3242.2





Small Ninevite V incised bodysherd. 4 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 60, Locus 14. Pottery registration no. 2717.2





Ninevite V incised bodysherd. 7 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 20, Locus 13. Pottery registration no. 2684.6





Ninevite V painted bodysherd. 5 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 66, Locus 11. Pottery registration no. 2712.2





Ninevite V painted bodysherd. 7 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 66, Locus 11. Pottery registration no. 2716.2





Akkadian/Babylonian incised bodysherd with the design of a stalk of barley/wheat. 15 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 60, Locus 19. Pottery registration no. 3149.7





Unusually decorated bodysherd of a handbuilt pottery vessel (possibly an envelope for tokens?) decorated with stylized/abstract sheep and goats grazing amongst cereal fields (indicated by short lines). 15 mm. body thickness. Area 1, Square 62, Locus 16. Pottery registration no. 3160