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Since the layer of second-generation azurite is thin, the crystals display a rich blue color--in contrast to the large, megascopically black crystals from Tsumeb, Namibia and the Touissit mine in Morocco.
Temper is so abundant, with clay matrix hardly more than interstitial to temper grains in parts of each sherd, that the fabric could be mistaken for clayey sandstone were it not for the obvious sherd morphology coupled with the presence of red slip (slip is clearly visible micro-scopically as well as megascopically on both of the excavated sherds).