FOUR ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN STONE VESSELS
circa 3rd-2nd millennium b.c.
Including a Bactrian rectangular tub, the exterior with two rows of incised opposing triangles filled with parallel lines; a Near Eastern shallow dish with tapering sides and flat rim; a Cypriot pyxis of cylindrical form with sloping shoulders, straight-sided neck, and twin vertically pierced lugs projecting from the shoulders, the exterior with incised geometric ornament; and a Cypriot dish of conical form with a vertical rim, the exterior with incised lines radiating from the base
3 in (9.5 cm.) wide for the first (4)