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Wall changes of the rim and b. lip form. a. Wall changes 1. Unchanged 2. Thickened 3. Thinned 4. Turned out/up b. Lip form 1. Blunt 2. Flattened 3. Tapered symmetrically 4. Tapered inside 5. Tapered outside 6. Rolled/folded over. Wall change 4 should supposedly combine with lip form 6, but this is apparently not the case with Early Neolithic I pottery. The combination occurs often in the subsequent Early Neolithic phases. Studying several of the flattened rims closely, we noticed a kind of construction line.

In a few cases bumished. Accessories: lugs. seems doubtful although we do not see any reason why a deep bowl of hemispherical shape could not coexist with the shallow type. Most of the vessels probably had a plano-convex base, as do our two examples. The 27 rim fragments in most cases show no change in wall thickness. Occasionally they are slightly thickened or thinned; one fragment has a slightly everted rim. Most lips are blunt, a few tapered and a few flattened. , the majority having a diameter of between 18 an 22 cm.

In by far the majority of cases, the rim does not show any changes in wall thickness (table 25). The numbers of thickened and thinned are almost equal, the number of out turned rims is slightly smaller. The lip is generally blunt though flattened and tapered varieties are found too (table 26). Stratum B has yielded some very scarce (3) examples of the rolled over lip. , the most common group being between Hand 20 cm. insize. The wall thickness varies between 3 and 10 mm. (table 21). A medium thickness is the most common.

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