A KA n/s fragment, possibly a medium-sized pot, with detailed registers of hatched triangles at the n/s transition. The decorations scheme consists of a register of interdigitated, hatch-filled triangles situated between a narrow, superior furrow and an inferior impressed line. Inferior to the line sits a second register of inferiorly pointing, hatch-filled triangles. The decoration is abruptly ended there by the sherd break. On the right side of the sherd the two registers are bounded by a two vertical impressed lines hosting a single zigzag. To the right of these lines begin another two registers of triangles: interdigitated triangles again in the superior register and inferiorly pointing triangles in the inferior register. One difference between these two registers and the left-hand ones is that oblique impressed lines connect upper and lower triangles in the first, interdigitated register. Numerous horizontal polishing marks are visible on the exterior surface, while the interior surface hosts horizontal wiping and pressing lines from formation. Some lamination in the interior break suggests a slab-building technique. Fine sand is clearly evident in the vessels fabric in addition to the dominant medium sand particles. Medium sand grains perforate the interior surface in highly frequency--more so on the interior shoulder where there has been less wiping, smoothing. Breaks are rough, 10% white corrosion visible on both surfaces.
From Interior to Exterior