Object Number:MS301
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Italy
South Italy
Manufacture Location: Daunian
Period: Sub-Geometric II
Date Made: 500 BCE to 400 BCE
Early Date: -500
Late Date: -400
Height: 11.5 cm
Outside Diameter:16.3 cm
Credit Line:Gift of Francis C. Macauley, Esq., 1890
Other Number:5673 - Old Museum Number


Complete, mended. Handmade. Shallow bowl. Flat, rather irregular base. Low convex walls, flaring rim. Wide flat vertical band handle. Borwn-black and violet-red dec. Exterior: On base, wide black circle filled with crosshatched lines, 3 each direction. Reserved band then red band. On body, just below GD to rim, a wide black framework divides field into 5 rectangular sections: a medium one then a small one each side of handle, then one large one directly opposite handle. Medium areas have vertical stylized leaf pattern (lozenges) with fine vertical lines each side. Small areas have one red rectangle. Large area has red, black, and reserved concentric rectanfles in center. On each side of this (still within large area) is a small repeat of medium area pattern. On handle, black vertical bands terminating in horizontal bands (2) on rim side. Red band through center. Interior: On central floor, concave sided rectangular pattern divided into 4 triangles (2 black, 2 red) by reserved diagonals, with reserved triangles in central apexes. On interior rim, wide red band, then 2 uneven, very fine red lines part way around. Fine fabric, fine clay, fired drab buff. Some very fine mica.


[Book] Green, J. R. 1986. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: University Museum.. The University Museum. Vol. University Museum 1; USA 22. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 50, pl. 51, 1-5View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Article] Luce, Stephen B. 1919. "Early Vases from Apulia". The Museum Journal. Philadelphia. The University Museum. Vol. 10. no. 4. pg. 217-225 : Page/Fig./Plate: fig. 77View Objects related to this
[Book] Abbott, Charles C. 1890. Annual report of the Curator of the Museum of American Archaeology in connection with the University of Pennsylvania.. Philadelphia. The University Museum. : Page/Fig./Plate: pp. 36-37View Objects related to this

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