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Pot. Cerro Miguelico (Torredelcampo, Jaén, Spain) (Model 3D)

This is a mid-sized pan that was shaped on a potter’s wheel and was made with tempered, light brown clay. The base is slightly convex and the body globular in shape, while the neck is small and concave, and the rim is parted by a longitudinal groove. This sort of rim is characteristic, and is also found in the last levels of the Andalusi site of Pechina (Almería). The two ribbon handles are lentic…