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Black-topped red ware jar

Black-topped red ware jar

Black-topped red ware jar from Predynastic Egypt. Located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

Black-topped red ware jar from Predynastic Egypt. Located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

Jar, Black-Topped Redware Date: circa 4000-3500 B.C.E.

Jar, Black-Topped Redware Date: circa 4000-3500 B.C.E.

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK-TOPPED POTTERY JAR   Predynastic Period, Circa 3200 B.C.   The tall ovoid body with a flared rim and a flat base, the surface burnished  16 1/8 in. (40.9 cm) high

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK-TOPPED POTTERY JAR Predynastic Period, Circa 3200 B.C. The tall ovoid body with a flared rim and a flat base, the surface burnished 16 1/8 in. (40.9 cm) high

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK-TOPPED REDWARE JAR   PREDYNASTIC, CIRCA 3100 B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK-TOPPED REDWARE JAR PREDYNASTIC, CIRCA 3100 B.C.

An Egyptian Black-topped Redware Pottery Jar, Predynastic Period, Nagada I / Early Naqada II, 4000-3400 B.C.

An Egyptian Black-topped Redware Pottery Jar, Predynastic Period, Nagada I / Early Naqada II, B.--- did the egypians use the same techniques as the greeks to get both red and black on their ceramics?

AN EGYPTIAN BASALT FOOTED JAR PREDYNASTIC, NAQADA I-II, CIRCA 4000-3250 B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN BASALT FOOTED JAR PREDYNASTIC, NAQADA I-II, CIRCA 4000-3250 B.C.

Alabastron of Queen Neferukakashta - Nubian Period Napatan Period, reign of Piye (Piankhy) | 743–712 B.C.

Tall Perfume vessel of carved Alabaster of Queen Neferukakashta. excavated 1921 - Nubian Period Napatan Period, reign of Piye (Piankhy)

Jar Period: Early Dynastic Period Dynasty: Dynasty 1 Date: ca. 3100–2649 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Abydos, EEF ex...

Jar Period:Early Dynastic Period Dynasty:Dynasty 1 Date:ca. Geography:From Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Abydos, The precinct of the temple of Osiris, Tomb Egypt Exploration Fund excavations

Granodiorite jar

An Egyptian Hardstone Wavy-handled Jar, Predynastic Period, Naqada III, circa B.

Egyptian Faience Ceramic Vessel, (Louvre);The Egyptians invented( & became masters of )the process of enameling long ago.Blue Egyptian ceramic glazes are incomparably lovely,the envy of artists across time & continents who have tried to copy those luminescent blues.The ancient glazes  have resisted the ravages of Time, & are still brilliant today! Egyptians were also among the first to use hand-powered potter's wheels.

The Egyptians invented the art of enamelling - giving an exterior glaze, typically blue or green, to the exterior of pottery.

Wavy-handled Jar  Medium: Serpentine  Reportedly From: Abu Zaidan, Egypt  Dates: ca. 3650-3550 B.C.E.  Period: Predynastic Period, early Naqada II Period

Wavy-handled Jar - Medium: Serpentine Reportedly From: Abu Zaidan, Egypt Dates: ca.

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