This is a jar.
It is from grave a47 at el-Amra Many of the graves from this site contained large black-topped jars such as this one. Wide-necked pots were probably used for foods such as grain. An empty jar could be put into the grave, to represent the food it would usually hold. This was considered enough to ensure a supply of that food for the Afterlife. This is a jar. It is made from clay. It is at least 5,100 years old, dating to the Pre-dynastic Period (about 5500-3100 BCE).