It is said that, on this occasion, a voter, who did not know him, came up to him, and giving him his sherd, desired him to write upon it the name of Aristides.
And his flesh was dried upon his bones, like a potter's sherd.
Therefore, only the presence of a stamped sherd is absolutely incontrovertible evidence that a particular sherd is not of Iron Age date.
lustreird glass luster sherd, in the Freer Gallery, is reported to have come from Basra in 1908.
Dateable material included residual Period 2 to Period 7 ceramic and a sherd of Cistercian Ware.
Roman sherds and glass fragments; fired bricks on higher parts; one glazed Islamic sherd seen.
Matthew holding up a decorated pot sherd, his first artifact find on the wreck.
York D ware A single sherd of York D ware was present in a Period 4 deposit.
The Roman material is moderately abraded but includes several groups of sherds from the same vessel (sherds from the same vessel (sherd families ).
The Roman material is moderately abraded but includes several groups of sherds from the same vessel (sherd families).
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