Cylindrical pottery stands: These stands come in one- and two-piece forms. Most numerous are two-piece stands, such as that found at Megiddo (see photograph), but some were made in one piece, such as this incense stand from Hazor, which features decorations similar to the two-piece stand. The pedestal has two windows on opposite sides, and the remnants of three rings of projections can be seen at the top and bottom of the bowl and at the base of the pedestal.