Pot With Handles
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A biconical pot is with outwardly curved rims and two symmetrically located handles slightly below them. The surface is covered with light brown engobe. The dark brown painting is made in the upper part of the pot. The ornamental composition, which is highlighted by horizontal lines at the top and bottom of the pot, consists of three horizontal parallel layers. There are two circles – "points" – between the handles in the upper layer, the middle layer is formed by a strip of four thin lines, and the third layer is an unpainted strip. Three concentric circles are depicted around the handles. The pot has the so-called "front ornament".