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This picture shows the original condition before a small part of the brittle top-left register flaked off even further:
Description by Michael Welch: #96 Around one-fourth of a handle. Pottery color is pinkish red-brick with a black core and white and grey grits throughout. Bears an H2D impression. Out of LMLK on the top, perhaps a trace of the Mem is there, perhaps not. Out of HBRN on the bottom, the Heth and Beth are clear and the very tops of the Resh and Nun remain. About one-fourth of the two-winged sun disc emblem remains. The handle is heavily encrusted with perhaps some kind of salts. Perhaps it had been submerged in water for centuries. This has caused the red slip to become brittle and flake off. Most of the two wings have flaked off and the inscription is in danger of flaking off. There appears to be a finger indentation on the underside probably made by the potter attaching the handle to the jar.
Formerly in the Gil Chaya collection (#7 Hebron HB-R; LMLK Dotcom ID# 047).