Similar jugs with a doubled rim, a ring base and a single handle were found in Stratum 12 at Arad, which is dated from the end of the 11th to the beginning of the 10th century B.C. In Tell Beit Mirsim, Stratum A, two additional, similar jugs were found, belonging to the ninth to eighth centuries B.C. From the end of the tenth century came a similar jar from Ta’anach Stratum IIb. In Lachish, Stratum III (900–700 B.C.) and Megiddo, Strata III–IV and VI (1150–650 B.C.) other jugs were found comparable to the Eshtemoa jugs.