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Bu alan, Sart Amerikan Hafriyat Heyeti tarafından yayınlanmış eserleri arama yapmanıza ve bunlarla ilgili bilgi edinmenize olanak sağlamaktadır. Şu anda (2020), veri tabanı “Lidyalılar ve Dünyaları” (Yapı Kredi Vedat Nedim Tör Museum, İstanbul, 2010) sergisinde ve kataloğunda yer alan eserleri, ve Jane Evans, Coins from the Excavations at Sardis: Their Archaeological and Economic Contexts. Coins from the 1973 to 2013 Excavations içermektedir. Yakında Sardeis Raporlarında ve Monograflarında yayınlanmış eserleri de eklenecektir.

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  • Late Protocorinthian Glazed Kotyle Fragment
    Late Protocorinthian Glazed Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 31

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-630 BC (Lidya)

    Probably LPC. A large portion of the kotyle is preserved, from the lip to just above the foot. Solid glaze from the lip to the rays with thin bands of added color: two at the base of the handle zone, one white and one red; one white above the rays. T...

  • Late Protocorinthian Phiale or Plate Fragment
    Late Protocorinthian Phiale or Plate Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 32

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-630 BC (Lidya)

    A fragment of what was probably a miniature phiale or a plate with an animal frieze. It is decorated on both sides in black-polychrome technique. Exterior: the curved ends of five incised tongues radiate from the center, with added color alternating ...

  • Fragment of a Late Protocorinthian Vessel of Uncertain Shape
    Fragment of a Late Protocorinthian Vessel of Uncertain Shape

    M10 Cat. Cor 36

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-630 BC (Lidya)

    Probably LPC. Tiny wall fragment. A scale pattern with portions of three registers remaining. The pattern alternates rows of black scales with wide borders and those with narrow borders. The wide borders have two parallel incisions marking the outer ...

  • Late Protocorinthian Piriform Aryballos Fragment
    Late Protocorinthian Piriform Aryballos Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 40

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-630 BC (Lidya)

    Fragment from the neck and mouth. Band of black glaze around the opening of the mouth. Glaze: worn, but originally black and glossy. No incision. Clay: hard and smooth.

    May belong with Cor 41, found in the same location in a hearth or ash heap, and/or...

  • Lower Portion of a Late Protocorinthian Piriform Aryballos
    Lower Portion of a Late Protocorinthian Piriform Aryballos

    M10 Cat. Cor 48

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-620 BC (Lidya)

    Probably late in LPC or early in TR. Lower portion, slightly ovoid in contour. Scales with narrow borders, formed by two parallel incisions. The scales are executed neatly with their ends meeting. Below the scales are two lines of added red. Incised ...

  • Corinthian Transitional Aryballos Fragment
    Corinthian Transitional Aryballos Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 57

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 BC (Lidya)

    Shoulder fragment. Incised dot-rosette on the shoulder. Below is a wide band of black glaze with a line of added red. Glaze: black and shiny, but worn. Clay: fine, hard and irregular at the breaks. The firing gives the appearance of two layers with p...

  • One-Third of a Corinthian Transitional Round Aryballos
    One-Third of a Corinthian Transitional Round Aryballos

    M10 Cat. Cor 58

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 BC (Lidya)

    One-third of a round aryballos, preserved from the neck to the base. Narrow neck opening. Short, pear-shaped tongues on the shoulder near the broad handle stub. On the body is the end of a bird's wing with added red on the wing band. The feathers are...

  • Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape
    Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape

    M10 Cat. Cor 59

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 BC (Lidya)

    Small wall fragment. At the top, thin lines of red alternate with black glaze. The red appears to be applied directly to the clay. In the animal frieze, part of the body of a bull facing to left, including the back, the belly, the left rear leg and t...

  • Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape
    Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape

    M10 Cat. Cor 61

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 BC (Lidya)

    Small wall fragment. Part of the neck feathers of a rooster, or the mane and front leg of a lion. Three tiers of feathers (or flame mane) are preserved. The triangular incisions have rounded ends. In the field is a round rosette. The sections are mar...

  • Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape
    Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Vessel of Uncertain Shape

    M10 Cat. Cor 63

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 (Lidya)

    Wall fragment. The head of a lion facing to right with an open mouth. There are two teeth in the upper jaw and one in the lower. The tongue protrudes between the teeth. The mouth is framed by two lines, one curving from the top of the nose to under t...

  • Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Round Pyxis
    Fragment of a Corinthian Transitional Round Pyxis

    M10 Cat. Cor 65

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-615 BC (Lidya)

    Probably TR. Rim fragment. Indentation at the top. Scale pattern in black-polychrome technique with added white and red. At the top, the broken edge shows the remains of a line of black glaze, followed by a reserved area in the indentation. Four regi...

  • Corinthian Transitional Alabastron
    Corinthian Transitional Alabastron

    M10 Cat. Cor 68

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in TR or early in EC. Complete and in good condition. There are three concentric circles around the mouth, a single line of glaze on the side of the lip, four horizontal strokes on the handle, and long irregular tongues on the neck. On the body,...

  • Corinthian Transitional Aryballos Fragments
    Corinthian Transitional Aryballos Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 70

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in TR or early in EC. A portion of the body of an aryballos. There is a band of glaze at the top of the fragment followed by three lines of false checkerboard pattern, two thin lines of glaze, then two bands of glaze with traces of added red. Ca...

  • Corinthian Transitional Linear Kotyle Fragment
    Corinthian Transitional Linear Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 76

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 630-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in TR or early in EC. Two joined fragments from near the foot. Exterior: portions of three horizontal lines remain near the top of the fragment, followed by a wide area of reserve, a wide glazed band, and a series of four partially preserved, wo...

  • Early Corinthian Alabastron Fragment
    Early Corinthian Alabastron Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 83

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca.620-590 BC (Lidya)

    Early EC. Wall fragment, probably from a large alabastron. A portion of the buttocks and leg of a male (?) figure to right. The figure may be a padded dancer (or komast) but does not have the usual distortion of form. The tight red chiton has a wide ...

  • Fragment of an Early Corinthian Vessel of Uncertain Shape
    Fragment of an Early Corinthian Vessel of Uncertain Shape

    M10 Cat. Cor 86

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 620-590 BC (Lidya)

    A small wall fragment. A large incised rosette next to the hind leg of a hoofed animal, probably a goat. Both the shape and the incision of the rosette are nicely done, although the lines do not quite mark the divisions of the petal. A single incisio...

  • Fragments of an Early Corinthian Football (Gourd) Aryballos
    Fragments of an Early Corinthian Football (Gourd) Aryballos

    M10 Cat. Cor 94

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 620-590 BC (Lidya)

    Base fragment. Single incisions mark the eight remaining segments. Added red and white alternate with black glaze as follows: black, red, black, white, black, red, black, white. The incision is quick and careless. Glaze: black and glossy. Clay: hard,...

  • Early Corinthian Alabastron Fragment
    Early Corinthian Alabastron Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 109

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 615-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in EC. Base. Bird, probably a goose, facing to left with outstretched wings. The body of the bird is preserved from the stomach to the tail, including the upper legs and lower wings. Added red on the wing bands. Three incised rosettes appear in ...

  • Early Corinthian Kotyle Fragment
    Early Corinthian Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 112

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 615-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in EC. A tiny wall fragment, probably from a miniature kotyle. Animal frieze below a band of black glaze. Feline facing to right, the body preserved from the shoulder to the haunch. The tip of the tail and one rear leg also remain. There are inc...

  • Early Corinthian Kotyle Fragments
    Early Corinthian Kotyle Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 114

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 615-590 BC (Lidya)

    Late in EC. Four body fragments, joined; four fragments from the rim, joined, including a handle stub; one complete handle. Animal frieze. Exterior: the handle has two thick lines of glaze, one running along the top, the other near the center. Bits o...

  • Middle Corinthian Kotyle Fragments
    Middle Corinthian Kotyle Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 116

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 595-570 BC (Lidya)

    Early in MC. Restored from twenty-nine joining pieces. The kotyle is preserved from the rim to the upper part of the rays. Animal frieze framed by two lines of black glaze at the rim and a wide band of glaze below. In the frieze are a bird and three ...

  • Middle Corinthian Alabastron Fragment
    Middle Corinthian Alabastron Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 118

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 595-570 BC (Lidya)

    Probably early in MC. A small portion of the wall. Dolphin, diving to left, preserved from the eye to a portion of the incised triangular flipper (?). Two incised circles are used for the eye, and a single incised arc appears on the side of the head....

  • Middle Corinthian Round Aryballos Fragment
    Middle Corinthian Round Aryballos Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 120

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 595-570 BC (Lidya)

    A large fragment, preserved from the top of the handle to the belly. On the shoulder are sixteen long narrow tongues, evenly spaced. Two glazed bands below the tongues separate them from the belly frieze. On the handle are four horizontal lines of gl...

  • Middle Corinthian Aryballos(?) Fragments
    Middle Corinthian Aryballos(?) Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 121

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 595-570 BC (Lidya)

    Two fragments from the mouth. The top slopes inward and the profile is wedge shaped. On the mouth are petal-shaped tongues of fairly equal size and even distribution. On the edge of the rim are zigzags of two "steps" placed close together. Glaze: red...

  • Middle Corinthian Ring Aryballos Fragment
    Middle Corinthian Ring Aryballos Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 122

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 595-570 BC (Lidya)

    Fragment from the shoulder, neck, and handle of a ring aryballos. There are short tongues, varying in size and shape, on the shoulder. The remains of two concentric, incised circles appear on the upper body, with nine vertical incisions below. Glaze:...