A Hassanlu pottery bowl featuring a cylindrical container rising from a flat base. It has a carinated design and a wide opening with an everted rim. On its body, geometric patterns are incised.
Teppe Hasanlu is an archaeological site of an ancient city, located in northwest Iran. Material culture stretches back to the Neolithic period, after which there was fairly continuous occupation until the early Iron Age (ca 1250-330 BC), followed by a hiatus before subsequent reoccupation. Occupation finally ended in Iran’s medieval period (Hasanlu period I).
Measurements: 8. 5 cm width ; 7 cm height
Provenance: Private collection, Japanese gentleman (deceased).
- Century/ Timeframe
- Circa 10th- 8th century BC
- Good Condition, See Photo