C. C. EDGAR
Fig. 186). It ought to be compared with a well-known Egyptian specinien
figured in Maspero, Arch. Eg. p. 301, Fig. 278.
2. The shallow bowls of XV. 17-20 are also very typical of the 'matt
Fio. 70 3 (l : 2).
FlaTj Two-Handled Vasks.
black'; class of pottery. For the form see Fig. 77 and PL XV. 20; it is
like that of certain large bronze vessels from the shaft-tombs. They have
incised mark on underside, of saine type as
B 15 in the Table of Signa, p. 179.