Towthorpe bowl

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Style of middle Neolithic pottery dating to the 4th millennium bc, found at sites widely scattered over northeastern England and named after finds from a round barrow at Towthorpe in North Yorkshire. The style is characterized by mainly plain bowls with rounded bases and thick out‐turned rims.

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