A Deposit of " Domestic " Pottery at Kerma


A recurrent problem in the study of Egyptian ceramics is the distinction between the everyday types of vessels used by the living and the pots chosen as grave goods. Since most of our standard typologies are composed of examples from tomb groups, utilitarian wares are often not represented (Bourriau 1986/87). This distinction is even greater for the… (More)

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