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Badorf ware


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A type of pottery made in the Vorgebirge Hills west of Cologne in the 8th and 9th centuries ad with a cream‐coloured fabric. Globular pitchers are the best‐known forms and appear to have been traded widely. In the 9th century red paint was also used for decoration.

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