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This black-polished, medium-sized jar was found in the Keshikchidagh mound valley, Sariyokhush gorge mound No. 2 within the project “Scientific-archaeological excavations and summer school in Keshikchidagh”. It has a narrow seat, the mouth is folded to the side and has a short neck. Vertical and horizontal lines are drawn from the neck to the body, and two straight lines are drawn on the body. Its height is 31 cm, the diameter of the body is 29 cm, and the diameter of the mouth is 13 cm. This material-cultural sample belonging to the Khojaly-Gadabay culture was completely fragmented when it was found, and now it has been restored and included in the fund of the reserve.

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