• latw-43-1
    “Table setting” from a ritual meal, including plate, cup (skyphos), pitcher (oinochoe), stew pot (chytra), iron knife (Nos. 42-46). (Photograph by Crawford H. Greenewalt, jr.)

Ritual Dinner Oinochoe

Date
Ca. 575-525 BC, Lydian
Museum
Manisa, Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, 5360
Inventory No.
5360
Sardis CATNUM
P70.009
Material
Ceramic
Object Type
Pottery
Pottery Shape
Oinochoe
Pottery Ware
Lydian Tableware
Site
Sardis
Sector
PN
Trench
PN
Locus
PN Locus cd26
Description
Intact. Clay reddish-tan, micaceous. Inside around top of rim, across handle outer surface, outside on neck and body, bands in reddish slip. Height (without handle) 0.103 m, maximum diameter 0.094 m. Volume capacity to lip 270 cc.
Comments
Discussed
Greenewalt, “Bon Appetit”; Greenewalt, “Gods of Lydia”; Cahill, “City of Sardis”; Greenewalt, “Lydian Pottery”
Bibliography
Greenewalt 1978b, 76, no. cd 26.2.
Author
CHG