Rare Neolithic cup with a faired body in grey-beige terracotta dating from the beginning of Ban Chiang culture
Thailand - 4th-5ht millennium BC.
Perfectly preserved - no restoration.
The archaeological site of Ban Chiang is a large prehistoric hillock of about 10 ha and 8 meters high, formed by human dwellings, situated in Udon Thani Province, northeastern Thailand. The site was discovered in 1986. Since them, it has been extensively searched and its relics were studied by Thai and international researchers. The objects that were discovered there are dated to -5000 BC till the 1st millennium BC This example is part of the oldest.
The relics of the Ban Chiang culture are particularly rare and sought after
Information regarding the origin:
Germany, D.Z.N. gallery, ref 2995. Former history: Old private Dutch collection built-up in the 1960s.
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- Prehistoric, Neolithic
- Rare vase from the Ban Chiang culture - Terracotta - Thailand - Neolithic
- 9.7×9.7×9.3 cm
- Century/ Timeframe
- 5ème à 4ème millénaire avant J.-C.
- Good Condition, See Photo