|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Technique:||White Painted IV|
|Credit Line:||Cyprus Expedition, J. F. Daniel, 1949|
|Other Number||P407 - Field No SFK447 - Other Number|
"the shape of the . . .pot is something of an anomaly for it has the general features of a krater-amphora but the total impression it makes is more that of a jug shape: wide low ring base, bloated ovoid body, relatively narrow neck." Complete and mended. Warped. Neck mended unsuccessfully in antiquity so that one handle does not join properly. Clay: light gray-brown to gray-buff and gray-blue. Surface vertically polished. Paint: purple brown. Rim solid with narrow reserved barred band; wide band under rim. Paint over (ancient) mending plaster of neck, on sides of handles and on base. 6 narrow bands below shoulder zigzag on handles.
|[Book] Benson, Jack L., et al. 1973. The Necropolis of Kaloriziki; excavated by J.F. Daniel and G.H. McFadden for the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 92, pl. 749||View Objects cited in this Publication|
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