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34.2.2 Small hydria with plain everted rim, with a round lip, curving continuously to a narrow concave neck and a sloping shoulder, then an ovoid body attached to a short disk foot, tapering on both exterior and interior, with a flat resting surface and a pointed underside. The vertical strap handle, slightly concave on its outer side, reaches from the lip to the widest part of the body, where it curves into the shoulder. Two horizontal d-shaped, upcurving handles, round in section, also rise up from the join of the shoulder and body. 2010.98.0285.jpg
47.2.12 Rounded, slightly incurved rim; shallow convex upper wall divided by a reserved groove from a sharply concave wall that runs continuously down to the foot, although only a single curve is perceived on the interior. Short torus ring foot, with a narrow reserved resting surface and a reserved medallion at the centre of the underside, circumscribed by a concentric ridge. Convex-concave profile. 2008.98.0420.jpg
49.12.1 Everted, nearly flat rim, with round lip, curves sharply to a cylindrical upper body, somewhat concave, separated from the lower body by a ridge above a flange. The lower body is comprised of four horizontal ribs, above a shallow bowl that narrows to a thin, short stem, that curves continuously into a conical foot, finishing with a broad groove above a rounded edge. The underside is hollowed. Two strap handles, which flare on either side, rise up above the rim and then descend to rejoin the body at the flange. A spur projects from the lower part of each handle, approximately in the middle of the upper body. 2008.98.0387.jpg
50.4.13 Attic type skyphos (cf. Agora 12, no. 341) except for plain underside, size (somewhat smaller than Attic examples), and perhaps breadth of handles. Rounded rim, below which are two horizontal round handles, horseshoe shaped. Walls continuously curve into a deep bowl, divided from the short torus ring foot by a groove. 2003.97.0646.jpg
50.4.16 Plain, rounded, thickened rim; shallow cup; ridge at junction of bowl and stem; tall stem curving continuously to the upper surface of the foot, which has a slightly concave outer surface, and rises to a small underside. Classed by Gill as a 'plain rim' type; he further notes 'Acrocup type foot and fillet'. 2003.92.0176.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
53.8.2 Rounded rim; steep angled wall; slightly sloping floor continuously curving to the stemmed foot with a high trumpet-shaped base below moulding. Offset on interior at join of wall and floor. Base mostly flat but conical at the centre. Cf. Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 918.3.72: Hayes 1984, 100 no. C67 (ill.) 2008.99.0710.jpg
58.2.1 Rounded mouth with downturned rim; thin neck curves continuously into rounded body; small foot with vertical sides. 2003.98.0033.jpg
REDMG:1942.5.6.2 Small trefoil oinochoe, group iii. Pinched trefoil mouth from which rises at the back a high swung strap handle that rejoins the body above the middle; small indentation on lower part of handle; short, wide neck that curves continuously into the baggy body; short, plain ring foot, slightly concave on underside, with central nipple.
REDMG:1951.150.1 Flaring rim, curving continuously from the exterior, with an overhanging, convex lip, curving on the underside into a short, thick neck that broadens to a baggy body, sharply joined to a broad pedestal foot, flat on the upper surface, convex on the vertical surface, and hollowed slightly interior, with a cyma molding leading up to a flat underside.The triple-ridged strap handles rise up from the sides of the neck and rejoin at the shoulders. 2005.99.0161.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.53 Incurving rim with concave lip, narrowing to a short neck at the top of which is attached a small vertical strap handle that extends the the shoulder; wall curves continuously from neck, widening to an ovoid body atop a disk foot; underside concave with a slight circular protruberance at centre. Tapering 'cucumber', survival of the Late Corinthian Archaic type (see Corinth 13, 140-41, fig. 15), but with a disk foot. E.g. Corinth T1317: Corinth 13, 222 no. 277-4, pl. 37. Cf. also Rhitsona 50.273. 2002.97.0005.JPG
REDMG:1958.113.1 Ovoid aryballos, with a rounded mouth (now broken), small round vertical handle reaching from just below the mouth to the bottom of the high shoulder, which curves continuously into the body, with convex side walls, narrowing to a slightly flaring raised base, bossed on the underside.
REDMG:1961.199.3 Continuously curving sides: flaring rim, rounded on the upper surface, broad cylindrical neck, nearly diagonal shoulders, ovoid body narrowing to a pinched stem, flaring base, flat (although rough and thus unstable) on the underside.
REDMG:1964.1622 Cup mouth with rounded rim, narrowing to a short neck, at the top of which is attached a small vertical strap handle that extends the lower part of the shoulder; wall curves continuously from neck, broadening to a slim ovoid body joined to a broad raised foot that is diagonal in profile; flat underside. 2004.99.0150.jpg
REDMG:1964.1647 Large trefoil oinochoe. High swung strap handle emerges from below the trefoil mouth and reattaches at the middle of the shoulder; slightly concave neck with a step at the top of th the slightly sloping shoulder that curves continuously to a squat, rounded body; broad angled foot with slightly raised base.
REDMG:1997.209.3 Ovoid aryballos, with a rounded mouth, narrow cylindrical neck, pinched round vertical handle reaching from just below the mouth to the middle of the high shoulder, which curves continuously into the body, with convex side walls, narrowing to a slightly flaring raised base, flat on the underside.
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