Twelve potmarks have been recorded among the finds from Tel Mor (Fig. 6.1). They are all simple marks, and only one may possibly be part of a longer inscription. They are incised, mostly into handles. At present, we do not know enough about the potmarking practices of the Late Bronze Age Levant to ascertain whether the assemblage recovered from Tel Mor is typical or unusual.
Contribution to Book
PotmarksTel Mor: The Moshe Dothan excavations, 1959-1960
Document TypeContribution to Book
EditorTristan J Barako
PublisherIsrael Antiquities Authority
Citation InformationHirschfeld, N. (2007). Potmarks. In T. J. Barako (Vol. Ed.), IAA Reports: No. 32. Tel Mor: The Moshe Dothan excavations, 1959-1960 (pp. 183-190). Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority.