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Description by Michael Welch: #94 One-third to one-half handle. Pottery color is pinkish red-brick
with white grits throughout, a black core and chalk deposits here and there. Bears an H2D impression. Out of LMLK on the top the two Lameds and Mem and most of the Kaph remain. Out of HBRN on the bottom a trace of the Heth remains with most of the Beth, Resh and Nun remaining. About seven-eighths of the two winged sun disc remains, including three of the rays of the sun on the bottom and a good start of the orb of the sun in the center. There is a deformation to the top right of the impression where perhaps the garment of the Royal Official doing the sealing was dragged through the wet slip. Where the handle joins the jar on the underside are some finger indentations and smudges probably caused by the potters making the jars. The handle appears to have been broken in modernity, probably off of the jar pottery with which it was found.