A wide and highly polish KA bowl where the interior coloration takes the first, more medial portion of the rim and the exterior coloration takes the lateral, second portion. This fragment is likely from the same vessel as Ar/Ab.AB4.02.C.06. The exterior color is in fact Black GY1 2.5/N mottled with Dark Gray GY1 4/N. The interior surface is Dark Reddish Gray 5YR 4/2 on the rim and neck, Black 7.5YR 2.5/1 on the upper body and, and mottled Dark Reddish Gray 2.5YR 4/1 and Dark Gray 10YR 4/1 on the lower body. The ornamentation consists of a single register of angle decorations situated on the lateral, second rim part and "pointing" to the left. Between every other set of angles, they average 1cm apart, the space is filled with point decorations. There is a slight delamination visible in the fabric breaks, suggesting a slab formation technique, but no color differences. While the dominant fabric inclusion is medium sand, coarse sand grains also present. Both the interior and exterior surfaces are highly abraded, scratched. The exterior surface is crazed and the slip slightly disturbed or melted, all the way onto the interior rim surface. Breaks are hackly.
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