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Protruding Foot Beaker


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Type of late Neolithic ceramic vessel found in the Netherlands and lower Rhine Valley with a characteristic splayed neck, S‐shaped profile, and everted flat base. Such pots are typically ornamented with cord impressed decoration mixed with comb impressions and herringbone‐style incisions. These vessels probably provide the origins of the more widely distributed Bell Beaker vessels.

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