University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: 49-12-453
Current Location: Collections storage
Provenience: Cyprus
Locus: Tomb 18:17
Period: Cypro-Archaic I
Technique:Black-on-Red II
Height: 23.5cm
Outside Diameter:18cm
Credit Line:Cyprus Expedition, J. F. Daniel, 1949
Other NumberP 276 - Field No SF
K 729 - Other Number


Complete but sprung. Divided handle. Clay: gritty light tan. Slip: red-brown. Paint: dark gray-purple. Paint on rim, neck-base and outlining handle. Two narrow rings under trefoil. Bull's eye at center on each side, then a ring of four concentric circles. Outlined band of fine multiple lines on edge. Front: large outlined bull's eye with tow smaller concentric circle groups below, and with two verticle rows of two concentric circles above flanking an X superimposed over a cross with two short arms. Under handle an inverted triangle of outlined concentric circles.


[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. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 106View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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