• m10-cor-80-1
    (Telif hakkı Sart Amerikan Hafriyat Heyeti / Harvard Üniversitesi)
  • m10-cor-80-10
    (Telif hakkı Sart Amerikan Hafriyat Heyeti / Harvard Üniversitesi)

Early Corinthian Alabastron Base Fragment

Dönem
ca. 620-6590 BC, Lidya
Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
P63.573
Malzeme
Pişmiş toprak
Eserin Türü
Seramik
Seramiğin Şekli
Alabastron
Seramik Mal Grubu
Erken Korint
Pottery Attribution
Yerleşim
Sardis
Alan (Sektör)
HoB
Açma
HoB
Locus
HoB Locus Bldg D
Koordinatlar
W17 - W20 / S105 *99.30 - 99.00
Tanım

Early in EC. The base of a small alabastron. Feline to right, with only his four paws preserved. Parallel curved incisions appear on the paws, straight lines in the legs. A small incised rosette is placed between the front and hind legs of the feline. On the bottom of the alabastron is an exaggerated pinwheel rosette with a large blob on the end of each of the nine spokes. Glaze: black and glossy. Clay: slightly powdery, smooth, and fine. Orange buff. Munsell no. 10 YR 7/3 (very pale brown).

Not far from the work of the Dolphin Painter. D. A. Amyx (private correspondence, 29 January 1986) concurs, considering it "very close to the Dolphin Painter (his own work?)" and notes especially the peculiar pinwheel rosette beneath the vase.

Boyutlar
P.H. 0.015; diam. 0.035; Th. 0.003
Yorum
Cf. CVA France 14, Louvre 9, III.C.a., pl. 30, nos. 8, 9 (Fr. 596); Payne, NC nos. 76, 80, pl. 15:9 and 11; nos. 228, 230, pl. 17:1--3. For an example by the Dolphin Painter, K. Herbert, Ancient Art in Bowdoin College (Cambridge, Mass. 1964) 55, no. 135, pl. 19, an EC alabastron.
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