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There are 1 objects for which Dating contains → The deep bowl develops from late LH IIIA2, when it has a straight lipless rim and higher handles. By LHIIIC (according to Mountjoy 1986), it is 'bell-shaped with a very flaring lipless rim, raised concave or ring base and handles set high on the body. The ring base takes over and becomes higher and more conical as LHIIIC progresses." The simple and somewhat untidy decoration also corresponds to that of the Late LH IIIC period moving into the Submycenaean period. Yet in LH IIIC Late-Submycenaean most open shapes, including deep bowls, are decorated with blackground rather than light ground.
48.12.2 The deep bowl develops from late LH IIIA2, when it has a straight lipless rim and higher handles. By LHIIIC (according to Mountjoy 1986), it is 'bell-shaped with a very flaring lipless rim, raised concave or ring base and handles set high on the body. The ring base takes over and becomes higher and more conical as LHIIIC progresses." The simple and somewhat untidy decoration also corresponds to that of the Late LH IIIC period moving into the Submycenaean period. Yet in LH IIIC Late-Submycenaean most open shapes, including deep bowls, are decorated with blackground rather than light ground. 2003.98.0127.jpg
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