• m10-cor-50-10
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Fragment of a Late Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle

Dönem
ca. 650-620 BC, Lidya
Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
P62.491
Malzeme
Pişmiş toprak
Eserin Türü
Seramik
Seramiğin Şekli
Kotyle
Seramik Mal Grubu
Geç Ön Korint
Pottery Attribution
Yerleşim
Sardis
Alan (Sektör)
HoB
Açma
HoB
Locus
HoB Locus E20-25/S95-100 *98.4 Group
Koordinatlar
W15 - W20 / S95 - S100 floor *98.4 - 97.8
Tanım
Late in LPC or early in TR. Small rim fragment. Exterior: two lines of glaze at the rim; one passes over the top of the lip. Six vertical lines and portions of four fat sigmas appear in the handle frieze. One of the vertical lines crosses over the horizontal framing lines. Eight horizontal lines of medium thickness and varied spacing remain on the body. Interior: a reserved line near the rim, otherwise glazed. Glaze: exterior, dark brown; interior, reddish brown, with a dark brown line on the top of the lip. Clay: smooth and hard; fired to two different colors on the exterior and interior, giving the impression of two layers of clay, yellow-beige on the exterior, pinkish beige on the interior. Munsell nos.: exterior, 10 YR 7/4 (very pale brown); interior, 7.5 YR 7/4 (pink).The careless rendering of the degenerated sigma suggests a date late in LPC or early in TR (supra, "Kotylai with Linear Decoration," 14).
Boyutlar
P.H. 0.033; P.W. 0.028; Th. 0.002
Yorum
Cf. for the clay, Cor 26; Johnston, “Pottery Practices” 82--94.
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