Most cooking pots stayed in kitchen area.
Individually crafted by each household, they were not meant to be used for festive occasions, but for daily use. Despite their strictly utilitarian function, these recipients that women used were decorated in a very basic way, recalling the community's cultural connections.
Even though the shapes of these clay pots changed little at the beginning of the 3rd millennium, the engraved or painted decorations were indicators of current cultural alliances.
Even daily cooking tasks were thus marked by social relationships with neighboring tribes.