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1. v. 3. 4 Fairservis, 1959, 1961. 6 Ghirshman, 1938, Pls. 76-83. 6 See also Casal, 1961, Fig. 139. 7 Schmidt, 1937, 207, PI. 54, Figs. H2019, H3861. 8 Tobler, 1950, 213, P1. 182, Fig. 2. similar to the one found in Morasi IIb was uncovered. Several other Gawra finds are reminiscent of the Morasi IIa shrine complex. For example, a seal in black limestone portrays a drinking scene9: a female faces to the right, a male is opposite her, both drink from a common vessel probably with copper tubes; this is a Stratum VI seal.
A unique sherd had a ring foot (Fig. 23d), the only one found at Deh Morasi Ghundai. The rims favored narrow-mouthed, flat (Fig. 23e-h), beaded (Fig. 23i-j), and thickened or flanged (Fig. 23k-m) globular shapes. One rim (Fig. 23n) was externally thinned; another was straight and slightly beaded (Fig. 23o). MAIWAND RED SURFACE WARE Figure 24 A few base (Fig. 24a-b) and rim sherds were uncovered, all indicating generally globular, narrow-mouthed jars, including several thin, slightly flaring rims (Fig.
1956 (177), 286]. MISCELLANEOUS (DESIGNS 186-187): Two fragmentary and unidentifiable designs were found. f~~~~~~~ # a b i77n s' ~~~ef FIG. 24. Pottery profiles, Maiwand Red Surface ware, Morasi III, Cut 4. X1/2. PUSHMUL RED SLIP WARE Figure 25 Thelcharacteristics of this in-and-out red slip ware are discussed on pages 77 to 78. V a b FIG. 25. Pottery profiles, Pushmul Red Slipped ware, Morasi III, Cut 4. Approximately X2/5. 2 Profiles (Fig. 25a-c) indicate sophisticated, well-made low bowls or plates, with flat, externally thickened rims and flat bases.
Deh Morasi Ghundai: A Chalcolithic site in south-central Afghanistan (Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History) by Louis Dupree