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Early Bronze Age terracota bowl, faded remnant painting, H 2.5 X w 2.25, ca 3000 2000 BC

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Early rare Bronze Age decorative terracota bowl with faded remnant painting, H 2.5” X w 2.25”, ca 3000 – 2000 BC
The Mesopotamians developed their skills in pottery over thousands of years. At first they used their hands to make simple pots. Later they learned how to use a potter's wheel. They also used high temperature ovens to harden the clay. They learned how to make different shapes, glazes, and patterns. Soon their pottery turned into works of art. 
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