Ure Museum Database

There are 16 objects for which Shape_description contains → class
14.9.113 'Delicate class' 2003.30.0098.jpg
20.4.1 'Delicate class'. Moulded foot-ring. 2003.30.0097.jpg
2004.8.2A Small fragment of kylix, class D
25.8.1 Lekythos of the 'Phanyllis Class' shape, with a cup mouth 2003.97.0874.jpg
37.7.5 Cf. Ure 1927, 58 ('Rhitsona class AI') 2002.99.0044.jpg
44.1.2 'Little lion' shape. Ure 1927, 54: 'Rhitsona Class P'; Haspels ABL 107: 'Little Lion Group'. Shallow mouth. Thin neck. Very thin disk foot. Base concave. 2003.97.0468.jpg
45.6.15 'Little lion' shape; Rhitsona Class P (cf. Haspels, ABL 107). Shallow, flared mouth. 2003.97.0390.jpg
45.6.16 Flared cup mouth. Strap Handle descending from top of neck to sloping shoulder. Base has a central concave section. Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p49 shape class K, pl. 15 no. 80.249 2003.12.0079.jpg
50.4.14 Gill classes it as a kantharos of the 'Ampurias class'. Sessile kantharos with low handles. Sparkes 1968, 9, notes that the sessile kantharos with low handles is the most practical, albeit least elegant, of the fifth century kantharoi. Slightly outturned, rounded rim; tall, flaring wall, offset from shallow rounded bowl, divided from moulded ring foot by groove. Two vertical strap handles loop down from rim down to just above junction of wall and bowl. 2003.92.0162.jpg
51.4.9 The rim is conical, strap small handle connecting the enck with the shoulder, is banded with an inflated back, shoulder curving slightly upwards, the body is ovaloid, tapering down to a torus foot, conical underneath. Cf. Agora 12 part 2, no. 1117, pl. 38 Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p43 shape class E, pl. 14 nos. 130.108 & 127.59 2013.99.0165.jpg
51.7.7 Sessile kantharos, traditionally thought to be an imitation of the 'Saint-Valentin' class of ceramics (Beazley 1947, 219), although Robinson 1997 now says that it is derived from a metallic prototype. Quite standard among its class (Xenon Group kantharoi) in shape (and decoration). Rounded outturned rim, below which are attached two vertical strap handles, rejoined at a slight ledge between upper body and lower body; upper body near cylindrical, whereas lower body is a deep bowl; low flaring ring-foot, ridged on the exterior, with concave face on the interior continuously curving through the resting surface. 2003.93.0234.jpg
70.3.1 Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p51 shape class M (see also 'Comments') - although lip is slightly more protrusive than the type indicates as its norm. 2008.10.0045.jpg
83.9.12 'Delicate class': for the same shape cf. also Reading 14.9.113 (from Gela?) and 83.9.12 (also from Al Mina). 2006.20.0310.jpg
83.9.20 'Delicate class' 2006.20.0311.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.28 Squat skyphos. Rhitsona class K (Ure 1927, 68-69)
REDMG:1964.1631 Very thin walls, with rounded rim, just below which are attached horizontal handles. Walls slightly concave, divided from a spreading, lipped torus ring foot, with a pointed resting surface, by a pair of grooves. This example corresponds to Ure's Class II.C skyphos, particularly (ii) which includes reddish-purple bands just below the level of the handles, perhaps a band at the bottom of the body where it joins the ring foot, and concentric purple bands on the underside (or plain black or reserved undersides). See Ure 1927, 24.
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