Philistine Bichrome Pottery

Philistine bichrome pottery was produced during the Iron I period in ancient Canaan (circa 1200–1000 B.C.E.). Stylistic features include red or black decoration on a white slip with motifs of stripes, birds, or fish.

Examples of Philistine bichrome pottery (late Iron Age).

A recurring element or symbolism in artwork, literature, and other forms of expression.

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