This Neolithic vessel made of terracotta originates from northern China and was made between 3000 and 2000 BC. It has a bulbous shape and a pointed lid. This makes it one of the few objects from this period that still has its lid. On the lower part there are 2 handles on the side. The vessel is painted and decorated with earthy colors, which unfortunately are only partially recognizable. Presumably, this vessel was used to store food or water.
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