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Firing takes place only after a further period of drying, whose length depends on the size of the pot and the atmospheric conditions. Once drying is complete, the pots are fired in the two reconstructed kilns inside the open-air museum. The larger kiln was used to fire the bigger pots such as the shell-shaped ones mentioned above.

Firing takes place only after a further period of drying, whose length depends on the size of the pot and the atmospheric conditions. Once drying is complete, the pots are fired in the two reconstructed kilns inside the open-air museum. The larger kiln was used to fire the bigger pots such as the shell-shaped ones mentioned above.
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