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Photo source: G.M.G. for the LMLK Research website
Excavation site: unknown
Excavation date: unknown
Excavation locus: unknown
Storage/display: private collection of Michael Welch
Seal type: Z2D
Description by Michael Welch: #90 About one-half of a jar handle. Pottery color is brownish with a few white grits and a few gray grits throughout. Some potter's wheelmarks remain on the bottom. Bears a type Z2D impression. Out of LMLK on the top, traces of the second Lamed and most of the Kaph remain. Out of ZP on the bottom, most of the Zayin and all of the Pe remain. About one-half of the two-winged sun disc emblem remains. There appears to be a second stamp, lightly impressed just below the Zayin. Above the seal and below the seal are traces of, two or three at the top and three or four at the bottom, fine incised Before Firing lines. They are the probable remains of the augering/compass three or four-armed device which cut the incised concentric circles on other LMLK handles. Also, on the side is a possible fingerprint with the lines showing. The #4 is written in pencil on the bottom.