JLR: slope on shoulder suggests early LRA4 B1 [Piéri 2005], perhaps end 5/early 6AD?
Conical upper body but slightly convex, without discernible shoulder. Short rim without neck, plain and rounded, rolled outward. Patches of excess clay around upper body and rim.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
The fabric is unusual: hard, fired reddish, with large <lime> chunks visible in rim, other small to tiny light inclusions, some small angular lime. Clearly not the typical brown fabric of usual series. The construction of the rim also different.
Two joining sherds (475+1499) preserve ca. 60% of rim and upper body. Slight to modern, extensive abrasion and chipping around edges; worn breaks; thin, extensive film of encrustation.