Small bowl-like basin. Slightly convex walls flare upward to a thick, horizontal rim with a rounded outer face and a sharp inner lip.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Pale reddish yellow, medium coarse, slightly hard fabric with a granular to hackly break; uncommon to common, poorly sorted, subangular and subrounded, irregular white (lime and quartzite), bluish gray (chert?), and red inclusions (grog?); rare, small black grains; rare to uncommon small to medium rounded and elongated voids. Interior has a markedly smoother surface. Inside walls and upper face of the rim display traces of a thin but even, dull, reddish brown slip. Early Roman Corinthian cooking fabric.
One sherd preserves 16% of rim and part of middle to upper body. Moderate, extensive abrasion and several scratches to gouges, especially on rim; worn breaks; small patches of encrustation.