Make something for Aquaman.
I screwed that flower pot up. So I threw it away and made a better one that I forgot to take a picture of. But here are three current projects!!!
Wow that is really cool. Is that date (333-36 BCE) for those stones? If so those are some old rocks.
I want to get a kick wheel at some point or at least use one.
TIP had a wife that used to sell kick wheels. You should PM him about it.
During the destruction of Judea by the Babylonians (this date is debated - either 587 or 607 BCE) the waterworks of Beit Shemesh were sealed and covered, and were not uncovered until 2004. Thus during the first Jewish return, known as the Second Temple period, there was no revival of the city, as opposed to many other places in the vicinity such as Beit Guvrin, Maresha, and others.
The article indicates that modern Beth Shemesh wasn't re-established until 1950. So, I'd guess that the potter's wheel could be older than 587 BCE, which would be older than those other items that are dated in that display.