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Pottery Flask


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Pottery flask (minus its rim), made in the 1st or 2nd century at Colchester - the white material is typical of objects from that area. It was found at Roxwell and was probably buried with some kind of drink inside it, for example wine, beer or milk with a cremation. Why do you think that was done?

3rd Dec 2008

Art and Design, Design and Technology, English, History, Religious Education

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Key Stage 2

pottery, flask, jug, Colchester, Roxwell, cremation, liquid, afterlife

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