Terracotta Water Vessel


Terracotta Water Vessel

Terracotta Water Vessel

The terracotta jar’s shape is most unusual. Based on the fabric and general appearance, it dates to the Herodian period, ca 50 BCE-50 CE, the apogee of the Second Temple.

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Roz and Sanford Blanck and Family
Pam and Mickey Dangovian and Family
Terri and David Freidman and Family
Linda and Harold Friedman and Family
Karen and Keith Simmons and Family

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