The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures - Incipient Jomon B. They produced deep pottery cooking containers with pointed bottoms and rudimentary cord markings—among the oldest examples of pottery known in the world.
A SYRO-HITTITE TERRACOTTA FIGURE CIRCA 1500 B.C. Standing on flaring feet, her left arm bent, the hand on her chest, her face with circular eyes and a prominent nose; together with a Greek pottery figural askos in the form of a bird, circa 3rd century B.C.; a late Roman glass jar, circa 4th century A.D.; and a Roman pottery oil lamp, circa 2nd century A.D., red-slipped, the discus molded with a cornucopia, a workshop stamp on the underside 6¼ in. (13.3 cm.) high