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Courcle Excavation Journal No. 10
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This is a collection book of ancient artifacts
that can be found in the Courcle areas.
Courcle Terra Cotta Pot
This clay pot used by the Coucle Natives is
suspected to have been made in the early modern period.
It is painted with bold colors, and is fairly well preserved.
Courcle Terra Cotta Slab
This clay slab is engraved with a geometrical pattern,
and was baked at a high temperature to preserve it.
Scholars expect it to be very helpful for
comparative studies about ancient hieroglyphs.
Courcle Terra Cotta Doll
This doll was excavated from the Courcle
area, and is made of special material that glistens
as if coated with glaze.
This ancient statue of a Zebra
was carved out of stone and lime.
It appears to be a decoration
that fell off of a building.
Courcle Pot Fragment
Pieces of ancient inlaid pots such as this one
are commonly found in the Courcle areas,
it is archaeologically insignificant.