Old Kingdom Pottery from Giza
This publication discusses the pottery that was discovered by Zahi Hawass‚€™s excavations at Giza, including the Cemetery of the Pyramid Builders, the Western Cemetery, and the settlement beneath the modern suburb of Nazlet el-Samman. It is a comprehensive study of Old Kingdom pottery that includes a typology for these recent finds, as well as discussing the interrelationship between pottery from cemetery and settlement contexts.
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Old Kingdom Pottery Fabric Classification
Abusir basin type E2 beer jars type body sherds bowl type bowl with outward br"n bread mold type brown fracture CN CN CN conical bread mold CQ CQ CQ discovered early Fourth Dynasty examples excavations Fifth Dynasty g g g group B2 Hassan Allam Hawass jar beer jar Khufu Late Period ledge rim Lower Cemetery Marl mastaba medium quantity Meidum Miniature dish mold type Fl Nazlet el-Samman Nile B2 Nile E group Nile E subgroup Old Kingdom outward rolled rim Petrie Porosity pottery Ptahshepses Pyramid Builders QJ QJ QJ recurved rim bowl red fracture Reisner and Smith Reisner's type rim bowl type rim Reisner rim Rim Rim sherd rough-made beer jars round-bottomed bowl Saqqara Senussi shaft spouted basin type storage jar subgroup B2 Terssa Street tomb GSE Tomb of Per-ni-ankhu Upper Cemetery Western Cemetery Tomb X X X Zahi Hawass