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Deep vessel (earthenware with cord-marked decoration) Featured Jomon Period Japanese School Image

Deep vessel (earthenware with cord-marked decoration)

5054681 Deep vessel (earthenware with cord-marked decoration) by Japanese School, Jomon Period (c.14000-300 B.C.); 69.8 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; ( Neolithic J?mon (cord-marking) culture. Middle J?mon period (ca. 3500-2500 B.C.)
The cord-marked herringbone pattern was reproduced by cords knotted together and twisted in opposite directions.); out of copyright

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