A slim but useful study of utilitarian domestic pottery from Ancient Egypt. The author presents scenes involving pots from published Egyptian tombs. The pictures, reproduced in line drawings, show ceramics used in milking, water carrying, bread-making, brewing, wine-making, cooking and consumption. The book also considers the usefulness of tomb-paintings for dating excavated materials.
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