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The Excavations at Seleucia Tel Umar on
Technique and Types of Pottery
Glaze and Glaze Analyses
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Asshur Baghdad base bitumen blue-green glaze Bound in paper Buff body underfired clay coarse texture color Cosmetic dish Cream body crudely Ctesiphon dark green glaze Description of sherd Dura-Europos example Excavations at Dura-Europos fairly floor formerly green Freer Collection gray glaze green glaze crazed Handle stuck Hellenistic hole I-II Iraq kiln lamps Leroy Waterman light green glaze material medium texture Mesopotamia mounds mud brickwork Museum of Art Nineveh Nippur nozzle objects oxide Papers in botany pared Parthian ceramic Parthian Empire Parthian levels pilgrim flasks plates possibly pot cover pottery Pouring lip Preliminary Report probably Qualitative analysis R. A. S. Macalister Red body red wash Reddish buff body Samarra sandy gray glaze Sasanian Season Seleucia shape similar Sold Separately spout Spur marks inside storage jars Street 32 text figures Tigris Trial trench Umar University of Michigan vessel VIII ware wheel Yeivin