|Revised Romanization||Yunggimun Togi|
Yunggimuntogi, or yunggimun pottery is the oldest type of Korean pottery. The name literally means "raised-design pottery"; it has also been called "pre-slant earthenware". Dated to circa 5,000 BCE, yunggimun pottery were flat-bottomed wares decorated with relief designs, raised horizontal lines and other impressions.
This style of pottery is characterized by pinched, raised decoration, plain raised and raised and impressed lines.
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