Jomon 'fire-flame' Vessel

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Mark Cartwright
by Daderot
published on 16 May 2017
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A Jomon pottery vessel with the decorative style known as 'fire-flame'. Jomon Period, 3000-2000 BCE, Sasayama site, Niigata Prefecture. Japan. (Tokyo National Museum)

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