For a complete jar with reed impressions on its rim like that published by Steiner but dated to the Late Bronze Age II by the accompanying pottery and artifacts, which include Egyptian scarabs, see Gershon Edelstein and Ianir Milevski, “The Rural Settlement of Jerusalem Re-evaluated: Surveys and Excavations in the Reph‘aim Valley and Mevasseret Yerushalyim,” PEQ 126 (1994), pp. 2–23.