A finely moulded Elamite terracotta jar, featuring a cylindrical body that arises from a flat base. Geometric incisions, composed of crossing lines and triangular shapes, encircle the body. It has a short neck that connects to a wide opening with an everted lip. Four well-spaced, moulded lug handles, each with a central perforation, protrude from the neck.
Circa 3rd-4th millennium century BC