Outer diameter: 25.1 cm (9 7/8 in.); Overall: 25.1 cm (9 7/8 in.)
James Parmelee Fund 1986.82
Undecorated pottery such as this earthenware jar was popular during the Bronze Age in Korea. The smooth, uncarved surface shows a shift in taste from the comb-patterns typical of the Neolithic period. Jars made of fine clay like this one were found in tombs, and were likely intended for ritual use.
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