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Object Number:54-41-66
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Cyprus
Site Name/Number: Kourion
Locus: Miscellaneous Plundered Tombs--E:4
Technique:Mycenean Ware
Height: 7.8 cm
Outside Diameter:13 cm
Credit Line:Cyprus Expedition, 1954
Other Number:P2770 - Field No SF
B1116 - Other Number


More than half of upper body preserved. Flat shoulder, shape possibly like _MP_, 44, Fig. 12:182 (Myc. IIIB), otherwise despressed globular. Clay: buff to pinkish buff, wet smoothed. Paint: light red-brown, spread thin in patches. Hand painted concentric circles on disk; on handles solid color except for reserved triangles on top. Stripe at botton of false neck, around mouth and base of spout. Outside rim of shoulder and below shoulder stripes and narrow reserved rings. On shoulder: 2 (and probably 4) unvoluted flower designs like _MP_, 293, Fig. 45:126-7 (Myc. IIIB).


[Book] Daniel, John F., and Angel, John L., and Porada, Edith, and Benson, Jack L. 1972. Bamboula at Kourion: The Necropolis and the Finds.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 117, pl. 32View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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