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Summary image: Potter from Namuza Palpara, Bogra district, Bangladesh. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 1: Map illustrating the geographical parameters of the Vidarbha region, and the location of the site at Mahurjhari in relation to modern cities. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 2: The habitation site at Mahurjhari as it appears today. Image credit: Riza Abbas (Indian Numismatic Historical and Cultural Research Foundation).

Figure 3: Archaeological remains, including potsherds, bead-making debitage and carnelian bead rough-outs visible on the surface at the site. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 4: Plan of the archaeological site at Mahurjhari, showing areas of archaeological investigation. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 5: Different orientations of vessel sides and their established terminologies (after Gardin 1976, 66). Image credit: Authors.

Figure 6: Upper left: rims and bases, Class 1 variant 1-type 1, MHR2002.A1; upper right: bases, Class 1 variant 1-type 1 and base type 1, MHR2002.A4; lower left: external and internal sides of rim, Class 1 variant 1-type 1, MHR2002.A4.1; lower right: external and internal sides of rim, Class 1 variant 1-type 2, MHR2002.B4.53. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 7: External and internal sides of base, Class 1 variant 2-base type 1, MHR2002.A8.3. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 8: Left: external and internal sides of incised bodysherds, Class 1 variant 3, MHR2002.B4.29/59. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 9: Left: external side of shoulder, neck and bodysherds, Class 2, MHR2002.A6; right: internal side of shoulder, neck and bodysherds, Class 2, MHR2002.A6. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 10: Above: external and internal sides of bodysherds, Class 2 variant 1, MHR2002.A1; below: external and internal side of shoulders, Class 2 variant 1, MHR2002.A6, with the coil making the junction between the shoulder and the neck visible on the interior surface. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 11: External and internal sides of rims and bodysherds, Class 2 variant 2-type 5, MHR2002.A8. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 12: Above: external and internal sides of bodysherd with red slip and incised decoration, Class 2 variant 3, MHR2002.A10.10; middle: external and internal sides of bodysherd with red slip and appliqué decoration, Class 2 variant 3, MHR2002.A9. 29; below: external side of bodysherds with red slip and impressed (possibly twisted cord) decoration, Class 2 variant 3, MHR2002.B4.50/57. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 13: External and internal sides of necks with red and mica slip, Class 2 variant 4, MHR2002.A11.8/21/16. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 14: External sides of bodysherd with impressed decoration, Class 2 variant 5, including MHR2002.A4.30 (left), and MHR2002.A1.14/22 (right). Image credit: Authors.

Figure 15: External and internal sides of bodysherd with mud decoration, Class 2 variant 6, MHR2002.A7.7. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 16: External and internal sides of base, Class 3 variant 1-base type 1, MHR2002.A2.7. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 17: Above: external and internal sides of rim, Class 3 variant 2-type 2, MHR2002.A11.6; below: external and internal sides of rim, Class 3 variant 2-type 3, MHR2002.F-NE.16.no number. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 18: External and internal sides of rim, Class 4, MHR2002.B9.1-type 1. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 19: Above: external and internal sides of rims, Class 5 variant 1, MHR2002.A4-type 9; middle: external and internal sides of rims, Class 5 variant 1- mix of types, MHR2002.C7; below: external and internal sides of base, Class 5 variant 1-base type 1, MHR2002.F-NW.150.69. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 20: External and internal sides of bowl, Class 5 variant 2-type 2, MHR2002.C8.19-53. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 21: Above: external and internal sides of rim, Class 5 variant 3-type 2 variant 1, MHR2002.F-SW.6.1; middle left: external side of rim, Class 5 variant 3-type 8, MHR2002.F-NW.124.1; middle right: external side of rim, Class 5 variant 3-type 8, MHR2002.F-NW.120.1; below: external and internal sides of bodysherds with incision and stamped decoration with 'sun-flower', Class 5 variant 3, MHR2002.B1.20/35. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 22: Above: external and internal sides of rim, Class 5 variant 4-type 4, MHR2002.E5.1; below: external side of a neck (left) and of a rim (right), Class 5 variant 4-type 2, MHR2002.D1.5/2. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 23: Above: external and internal sides of rim, Class 6 variant 1-type 2, MHR2002.C1.13; below: external and internal sides of rim, Class 6 variant 3-type 1, MHR2002.E5.2. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 24: Above: external and internal sides of rim, Class 6 variant 2-type 9, MHR2002.E6.26; below: external and internal sides of rim, Class 6 variant 2-type 2, MHR2002.E9.5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 25: External and internal sides of rim, Class 6 variant 3-type 1, MHR2002.E11.9.

Figure 26: External and internal sides of bodysherd, Class 7 variant 1, MHR2002.B11.12. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 27: Above: external and internal sides of bodysherd with red slip, Class 7 variant 2, MHR2002.A5.4; below: external side of bodysherd with red slip and incision, Class 7 variant 2, MHR2002.A3.3. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 28: External and internal sides of bodysherd, Class 8, MHR2002.A3.5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 29: Upper left: external and internal sides of a neck, Class 9, MHR2002.A4.14; upper right and lower centre: external and internal sides of bodysherd, Class 9, MHR2002.A5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 30: External and internal sides of rim with impressed decoration, Class 10 variant 1-type 3, MHR2002.E6.3. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 31: External and internal sides of rim, Class 10 variant 2-type 4, MHR2002.E15.10. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 32: External and internal sides of bodysherd, Unidentified 1, MHR2002.D2.no number. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 33: Upper left: external and internal sides of bodysherd, Unidentified 2, MHR2002.D2.1; upper right: external and internal sides of bodysherd, Unidentified 2, MHR2002.D12.20; lower centre: external and internal sides of bodysherd, Unidentified 2, MHR2002.E11.no number. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 34: External and internal sides of bodysherd, Unidentified 3, MHR2002.C5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 35: Chart illustrating the distribution of pottery classes and variants in Trench C, layers 1 to 6. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 36: Chart illustrating the distribution of pottery classes and variants in Trench F, layers 1 to 8. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 37: Common vessel shapes in each phase, Trenches C and F. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 38: Chart illustrating the distribution of pottery classes and variants in Trench A, layers 1 to 6. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 39: Chart illustrating the distribution of pottery classes and variants in Trench B, layers 1 to 5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 40: Chart illustrating the distribution of pottery classes and variants in Trench D, layers 1 to 5. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 41: Diagram illustrating the different vessel parts as discussed in this study. Image credit: Authors.

Figure 42: Diagram illustrating the different rim forms and their corresponding names as discussed in this study. Image credit: Authors.


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