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Early Bronze Age Terracotta Jug - P.4231
Origin: Beit Ulla, Hebron, Israel
Circa: 3300 BC to 2700 BC
Dimensions: 3.75" (9.5cm) high x 3.5" (8.9cm) wide
Collection: Biblical
Medium: Terracotta

Location: United States
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This sturdy, simple vessel may once have held an offering of wine or oil. To the vanished age that created it, it was perhaps an unremarkable vessel, notable more for its contents than its beauty. Yet, the passage of time has graced it with qualities it did not originally possess: it serves as a bridge to the past. We wonder whose hands crafted it, whose once grasped its handle and poured out its contents? As our fingers rest where theirs did so long ago, we recognize that the jug radiates still with the energetic glow of those ancient lives. - (P.4231)


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