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Flask

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Object Number:
32-27-41
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Cypriot
Provenience:
Cyprus
Lapithos
Locus:
Tomb 802B
Section:
Mediterranean
Materials:
Ceramic
Technique:
Red Polished III
Description:
Red polished III flask. Quite soft, fine evenly-fired yellow clay. Thick lustrous dark red-brown slip. Flat base, ovoid body; cylindrical neck, beak spout; vertical handle, round in section, from rim to upper body. Incised decoration: horizontal bands consisting of multiple (seven) zigzags, joined hatched lozenges, groups of short parallel lines; on neck, four groups of horizontal lines with groups of hatching between.
Credit Line:
Cyprus Expedition, 1931-1932; B.H. Hill
Other Number:
69   -   Field No SF
17   -   Other Number

Bibliography:

[Thesis] Herscher, Ellen C. 1978. The Bronze Age Cemetery at Lapithos, VRYSI TOU BARBA, Cyprus: Results of the University of Pennsylvania Museum Excavations, 1931.
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