Rangpur: Evolution of Pottery Types 1-20

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Archaeological Survey of India

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Types 1-5) clearly suggest a gradual evolution from the jar with a small neck, bulbous body and flat base in Period IIA to one with an elongated neck, ovoid profile, and rounded base in Period III, Types 6-8) evolution of storage-jar, especially in the rim which was originally flat but gets clubbed in later times, Types 9-17) show the evolution of the convex-sided bowl of Period IIA into a blunt-carinated one in Period IIC and a sharp-carinated one in Period III, Types 18-20) reveal the gradual disappearance of the carination and the projection of the rim, ultimately developing into a beaded rim,

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India: Protohistory, ceramics, Rangpur, book scan

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Basham Collection

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1962

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