Ware/Ware Family: Yarmukian pottery

Name, Origin, Date

Yarmukian pottery

Israel/all

6400-6000 BCE

Pottery Neolithic

General Information

The earliest pottery in the southern Levant. Handmade pottery. 

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Juglet
Sha'ar Hagolan


Sherd, shape indeterminable
Hamadiya, Khirbet esh-Soda
6400-6000 BCE
Pottery Neolithic


Bowl, deep
Hamadiya, Khirbet esh-Soda
6400-6000 BCE
Pottery Neolithic


Sherd, shape indeterminable
Hamadiya, Khirbet esh-Soda
6400-6000 BCE
Pottery Neolithic

Break Photos  0

Petrographic Samples  13

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6400-6000 BCE

Magnification:
Polarized Light?




6400-6000 BCE

Magnification:
Polarized Light?




6400-6000 BCE

Magnification:
Polarized Light?




6400-6000 BCE

Magnification:
Polarized Light?

Description

Earlier/Alternative Names

Site Distribution

Hamadiya, Khirbet esh-Soda (Israel/Beth She'an Valley)

Sha'ar Hagolan (Israel/Jordan Valley)

Associated Petrofabrics


Associated Kilns/Workshops

Bibliography

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  1. Yosef Garfinkel. Sha'ar Hagolan Vol. 5. Early Pyrotechnology: Ceramic and White Ware. Qedem Reports 14. Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University., 2019

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