jarAccession number: P1
Production date: Middle Iron Age; 600BC-500BC
Measurements: H 105 mm; DM (base) 81 mm; DM (rim) 108 mm
Museum Section: Prehistoric
Summary: Complete hand-made jar of coarse fabric with a projecting base, rounded shoulders decorated with finger impressions, and an upstanding rim. Found in Thames ballast.
Location: Object on display at Museum of London, London Before London (Prehistoric) Gallery
Category: Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age.
Sub-category: Iron Age.
The Victoria History of the Counties of England, The Victoria history of the county of Middlesex 1 Editor; Cockburn, J.S.; King, H.P.F.; Mcdonnell, K.G.T. The Victoria history of the counties of England London: Published for the Institute of Historical Research by Oxford U.P., (1969). Volume 1 Pages: xxiv, 385pISSN ISBN 0197227139 (Object details: -, cited)