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Upper Portion of an Early Corinthian Alabastron

Dönem
ca. 620-590 BC, Lidya
Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
P62.092
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 A
Koordinatlar
E0 - E5 / S100 - S105 to *98.8
Bulunduğu Yeri
west face of Building A
Tanım
A portion of the mouth, handle, neck, and shoulder of a small alabastron. Around the mouth are three thin concentric circles of glaze; on the shoulder, a series of tongues. The back of the handle is completely glazed. On the shoulder and upper body are two wide bands of glaze with traces of added red. Glaze: mostly vanished but dark brown, glossy, and crackled where preserved. Clay: medium textured with rough breaks. Greenish yellow in hue with a buff exterior. Munsell nos.: body, 5 YR 6/3 (pale olive); exterior, 5 YR 7/3--7/4 (pale yellow).
Boyutlar
P.H. 0.042; diam. of rim 0.03
Yorum
Cf. CVA Great Britain 6, Cambridge 1, III.C., 12, pl. 4, no. 30, inv. no. G.27 (G.B. 242), an EC alabastron with a similar decorative scheme and added red. For the shape, Ephesos XII.1, 19, K14, pl. 8, dated EC; for the mouth, 34, K96 and K97, pl. 19, dated as "probably EC."
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