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11.10.14 Miniature. Heigh-swing handles(?), duf-bottomed(?). Handles slightly convex on outer side. Slight ridge on level with bottom of the handles. 2003.29.0096.jpg
11.10.15 With vertical ring handles. The whole of the body fluted horizontally. Side of foot ridged; underside concave with a narrow flat resting surface and a slight projection in the centre. 2003.29.0084.jpg
13.10.16 Rounded rim; deep bowl; two small ribbon handles on rim; thin ring foot. 2008.99.0169.jpg
13.10.18 Two pinched handles; deep bowl;concave circular foot. 2003.98.0277.jpg
13.10.7 Flared rim; tall neck; two ear-lug handles protruding from base of neck in right-angle shape; almost spherical body and base 2010.99.0086.jpg
14.9.108 Inset rim to receive lid. Two horizontal circular handles with side protrusions, one on each side, are just below rim on each side of lekanis. 2003.30.0010.jpg
14.9.46 Fragment of stirrup jar consisting of handles and false neck. 2003.01.0091.jpg
14.9.5 Broad necked amphora with wide mouth; two handles descending from rim to rounded body; small, flat base 2003.92.0236.jpg
2016.5.2 Open rim separated from the body by a grooved band. Shallow body. Slightly oblique handles of the stick type. Conical hollow foot with flexed walls.
2016.5.4 Ovoidal body with round base. The shoulders are carved with vestigial tiny lugs handles. Short neck. Half section of the neck is broken off. 2016.01.0046.jpg
22.11.1 Globular body with spout to one side. In centre at top is a 'false' neck with a round covering (attached but meant to look like a false lid) attached to two handles which come down to shoulder, one either side. Very small foot, flat and reserved base. 2001.99.0013.jpg
22.3.6 Corinthian type. Handles are circular and horizontal and opposite each other. 2003.97.0574.jpg
22.9.3 Cone shaped body. Vertical ring handles, ribbon. Broad duf-bottomed cap, spreading foot. Shallow depression inside in bottom (cf. CVA pl.19.1,2). 2003.29.0001.jpg
22.9.4 Deep drinking cup with base and side handles. Underside concave. 2003.29.0088.jpg
23.11.10 Flat base, bulbous lower body to which are attached two horizontal strap handles, which rise slightly; flaring upper body and plain, rounded lip. 2004.98.0008.jpg
23.11.7 Flat base; rounded lower body to which are attached two small triangular handles, circular in cross-section, which rise slightly; sharply curved join to upper body, which flares broadly to a plain, rounded rim. 2004.98.0022.jpg
23.11.8 Flat base; bulbous lower body from which emerge two horizontal handles, circular in cross-section, which rise slightly; carinated at join to upper body which flares broadly to a plain, rounded rim. 2004.98.0024.jpg
23.4.1 Stemless. Groove separating slightly flaring rim from body. Handles curve slightly upwards from the top of the body. Another groove at join between body and foot. 2003.24.0005.jpg
25.4.2 Four-handled. Kylix style, stemmed and hollow inside stem. Handles round. At halfway points between handles are two more sets of handles but these have broken off. 2003.58.0009.jpg
26.12.21 Handles slighly twisted. 2002.97.0253.jpg
26.12.23 Miniature. Stem thick and solid. Handles narrow and pinched. 2003.16.0095.jpg
26.12.30 Shallow-bottomed with a thick-walled conical foot, flat resting surface; small ribbon handles. 2002.97.0296.jpg
26.12.31 Mouth flanged and bottom of body angular. Vertical ring handles, spurred. Bottom of vase somewhat angular. Finely moulded foot, side grooved, underside concial with resting surface. 2002.97.0660.jpg
26.12.32 Stemless; rim very slightly offset; two rounded handles protrude from just below the rim in an oblong shape; groove separating body from very small foot 2003.30.0004.jpg
26.4.2 The handles are almost a rectangle shape, and are shaped to angle straight out from the edge of the Kylix, turning up slightly at the end. 2002.97.0264.jpg
26.5.1 Two oblong handles, one on each side. Base is convex. 2003.11.0006.jpg
26.7.1 Globular body with two 'ear' shaped ribbon handles, one on each side. 2003.08.0007.jpg
26.7.15 Long ribbon handles with a shallow groove level to the bottom of the handles. 2003.29.0099.jpg
26.7.2 The handles are riddled, of ellipsoid cross-section and incurving. The stem is high and thick and the foot is disk-shaped, while the concave area of the base forms a conical center. 2003.09.0004.jpg
27.10.1 Shape A (BSA xlii, p.15). Neck and handles modern, undecorated. Body almost spherical, base flat. 2004.95.0053.jpg
27.4.11 Corinthian shape. Pale fabric, darkened except under handles and foot. 2003.15.0001.jpg
27.4.5 Rim turns sharply out, broad and flat on top. Handles rounded at far end and with upward twist. In centre of bowl a well 1.5 cm deep occupies the space interior of the stem. The foot appears in three stages, the first ridge being the narrowest, and the other two getting bigger in sequence. 2003.19.0007.jpg
27.4.6 Two-handled, stemless. Kylix style (late). Two strap handles. 2003.14.0094.jpg
28.6.4 Slightly offset rim with two handles, one either side, just below. 2003.97.0655.jpg
28.6.6 Two dark-coloured handles. 2003.02.0072.jpg
28.9.1 Mouth flares out and rim is flat. High vertical handle joined to rim with surs either side. Body has two horizontal handles. Base has central convex circle. 2005.90.0004.jpg
29.11.6 Two u-shaped horizontal handles placed slightly above the lip, slightly angled upwards. Deep body descending to a groove above the ring base. 2004.05.0024.jpg
29.5.5 Handles move straight out horizontal to the body and both have small horns either side. 2003.19.0005.jpg
30.4.1 Stemless. Handles round, base slightly concave underneath. 2002.97.0457.jpg
33.4.2 Four-handled. Handles round. 2003.58.0012.jpg
34.10.5 Two handles 2003.02.0069.jpg
34.10.6 Two rounded, horizontal handles at rim on opposite sides; deep, straight sided body; groove; small base 2003.02.0010.jpg
34.10.7 Inslanting rim, with plain round lip, that curves into an ovoid body on a tall foot ring, with slanting interior and exterior walls, the latter curving to a flat resting surface, with flat underside. Two u-shaped handles, round in section, rise at a diagonal from the bottom of the shoulder to high above the rim. 2008.98.0461.jpg
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. 2002.97.0658.jpg
34.8.10 Long slender neck flaring into mouth; small ovaloid body; groove above small foot; two semicircular, vertical handles attached to top of shoulder 2008.98.0302.jpg
35.4.5 Wide overhung rim; handles come up to beneath the overhang in a right-angle shape; body tapers to small thin stem; very thick footring; underside recedes in almost conical shape. 2001.99.0031.jpg
35.5.34 Fragmentary. Foot, handles, and considerable parts of the bowl missing. 2004.10.0083.jpg
37.11.4 Type B, formerly called 'glaux'. One horizontal handle and one vertical, both circular. Handles are attached just below rim which curves inwards. 2003.97.0663.jpg
37.11.5 Straight sided, fairly deep, rimless bowl; two horseshoe-shaped horizontal handles attached just below the thin rim; thin groove before base. Flaring ring foot. 2008.10.0004.jpg
37.11.6 Squat skyphos. Horseshoe-shaped horizontal handles widen outwards attached just below rim; groove; cushiony flaring ring-foot. 2008.10.0005.jpg
37.11.8 The vessel has a rope handle at its back with a rotella (connects to the rim with a bit that looks like an anklebone). The other two handles are inclined upwards and of cylindrical shape. They are attached to the upper part of the body in two spots and they are riddled. The foot is quite tall and conical (widening towards the base). 2003.36.0007.jpg
37.7.4 Vertical ring handles, spurred, starting directly from rim. Moulded foot which is concave underneath with grooved resting surface. 2003.31.0009.jpg
38.4.1 Two high handles, one on each side; moulded ridge at base of design; thin foot is black on the underside which is conical. 2003.29.0002.jpg
38.4.7 One vertical and two horizontal handles. Mouth tapers to long, wide neck. Vertical handle from top of shoulder almost to top of neck. 2003.95.0088.jpg
38.4.9 Ribbon handles and long stem. 2003.29.0094.jpg
39.1.1 Vertical ring handles, spurred, start directly from rim and finish at the moulded rim around the body, and tilt slightly upwards. Moulded foot, all black, conical inside with narrow, slightly concave, resting surface. 2003.97.0706.jpg
39.1.2 Strongly moulded rim, curving into a roughly cylindrical upper body that bulges out into the shallow bowl. Two vertical handles, roughly square in section, with horizontal pointed spurs, level with the rim, rejoin the body at the upper part of the bowl. Two-part moulded foot, with a domed underside. 2010.98.0301.jpg
39.9.3 Two oblong curved handles on opposite sides; very short stem. 2013.99.0050.jpg
39.9.6 Convex, with upright handles ('stamnos-pyxis') 2002.97.0086.JPG
39.9.7 The body is supported by a low-stemmed, ring-shaped base, gradually widening out to the foot. The handles are handmade, almost circular and they rise a bit higher than the rim. 2003.18.0003.jpg
45.10.10 Fragments comprising of most of tondo, moulded foot and base; the handles are riddled, of ellipsoid cross-section and upcurving. 2010.98.0133.jpg
45.10.2 Two handles on opposite sides and are slightly concave at top with the rest flat and underside has deposits. Inside has interesting deposits but not in centre. Moulded ridge between upper and lower part of bowl with incised lines. Foot same contour inside and out. 2003.34.0099.jpg
45.6.13 Two curved handles attached to shoulder and just below mouth. Neckhas a moulded ridge at base. The resting surface is wide and the base is concave. 2003.97.0643.jpg
45.6.31 Neck amphora with wide mouth; long, wide neck; two vertical handles from top of rim to middle of body; donut shaped body slopes into thick stem; small, flat foot; flat resting surface and slightly raised underside. 2003.98.0048.jpg
45.6.34 Bell-shaped mouth tapering to a short neck that broadens to an ovoid body. High swung strap handle joins from neck to shoulder. Conical foot. 'Pagenstecher lekythos' type. Cf. CVA Michigan 1, pl. 27.11 (smaller but similar shape and surface, said to have been found at Taranto) and Lentini inv. 61597: Lagona 1973, no. 85, pl. 11 (more slender). Both of these examples have smaller handles. For Sicilian vessels of this shape (decorated with bands or undecorated) see examples from Selinunte (Anne Kustermann Graf, Selinunte. Necropoli di Manicalunga. Le tombe della Contrada Gaggera [2002] 181 inv. nos. 113/0 952 and 953, pl. 57 [tomb 113]); Camarina (MonAnt 54 [1990] 25, pl. VIII [tomb 590.2]; 54, pl. XXVI [tomb 799.1-2]; and pl. LXXXIII [tombs 1222.5-6 and 1232.2, which are taken to be (imitative of) Corinthian lekythoi). 2002.97.0017.JPG
45.6.41 Shallow cup with thick rim, no handles, and a small foot. Flat resting surface and conical base. 2006.20.0166.jpg
45.9.1 Wide mouth with flat rim. Two handles, one either side. Concave base. 2003.65.0092.jpg
46.5.1A-B Matching lid with knob. The body has lugs on shoulder close to handle and projections on the tops of handles. 2005.89.0055.jpg
46.9.2 Rim set off by ridge at level of upper attachment of handle. Lower part of body grooved in upper reserved half. Side of foot stepped, resting surface grooved. Handles spurred. 2003.19.0003.jpg
47.2.1 Type B, formerly known as 'Glaux'. Rounded, incurved rim, below which are two round handles, one horizontal and one vertical; tall bulbous body tapering towards torus ring foot. 2010.98.0273.jpg
47.2.22 Shallow with two wishbone handles. Uneven rim and base 2003.92.0103.jpg
47.2.23 Shallow with two wishbone handles. Uneven rim and base 2010.99.0034.jpg
47.2.3 Castulo cup: large stemless cup with inset lip. Slightly outturned rim with concave lip, inset on interior and exterior, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, incurved and rising slightly over the rim. Shallow bowl divided from a spreading, lipped torus ring foot by a broad groove. 2001.99.0135.jpg
47.2.4 Rheneia cup: stemless cup with riddled handles of ellipsoid cross-section that curve upwards and ring-shaped base. 2010.99.0177.jpg
47.2.5 Rounded thin rim, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, horseshoe-shaped; vertical wall curving into a shallow bowl, on a broad, flaring ring foot with a continuous concave interior surface from the underside through the resting surface. 2008.10.0013.jpg
47.6.4 Rounded, everted rim, just below which a vertical strap handle emerges and extends to the shoulder, where there are two horizontal strap handles. Concave base, peaked in centre. 2008.99.0577.jpg
47.6.5 Rounded, everted rim, just below which a vertical strap handle emerges and extends to the shoulder, where there are two horizontal strap handles. Concave base, peaked in the centre. 2002.97.0491.jpg
47.7.1 Rounded rim, slightly outturned, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, u-shaped, slightly curving upwards; vertical wall curving into shallow bowl, on a broad, flaring ring foot with a convex underside. 2010.98.0265.jpg
48.12.1 Deep bowl; almost vertical sides; two rounded handles progress straight upwards from the middle of the body; slight groove before small foot; concave base 2003.92.0247.jpg
48.12.13 Short straight tapering neck; shoulder meets the body at a corner point; two small handles are attached to the upper body; the body is bulbous and has no foot. 2008.99.0242.jpg
48.12.2 Deep bowl (corresponds to FS [='Furumark Shape'] 285). The shape seems somewhat less deep than most published deep bowls. The best comparison to be found is in Mountjoy 1999, 1.189 Argolid no. 447, from Asine, House I, room 46. Bowl of pinkish fabric with flaring lipless rim, concave sides, tapering in lower part to a high ring base (is it conical?). Two horizontal round handles are attached to the side walls. 2003.98.0127.jpg
48.12.3 Tall, slightly out turned rim; small rounded horizontal handles at the beginning of the body, rising upwards, fairly deep body; thick conical footring; conical underside. 2004.12.0005.jpg
48.2.1 Two handles begin half way up the pot and finish above the rim. 2003.16.0005.jpg
48.5.1 Three knuckle-bone shaped handles with holes for suspension(?)Small ring foot. 2003.97.0235.jpg
48.5.2 Mouth has thin rim and near vertical walls tapering down to neck; two upside down U-shaped handles start mid-neck and curve upwards before joining the shoulder; inverted ovoid body; near conical foot with mirrored concave base. 2010.98.0078.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
49.8.3 Very broad, up sloping rim; two handles start near the top of the body and curve vertically upwards; tall body with vertical sides curves down uninterrupted into stem; thick, flat foot with ridge at top; conical underside. 2004.04.0009.jpg
49.8.7 Ridge between shallow bowl and outurned rim; two cylindrical handles curve upwards from just below ridge; hole in base where stem was 2003.95.0098.jpg
50.10.1 Coldstream (79) classes this amphora as part of the 'plump and ungainly group' of LG IIb amphorae whose potters modelled amphora bodies after those of pitchers (see J.M. Cook, BSA 42, 151). Flaring mouth with rounded, thickened rim; two vertical strap thick handles extend from the top of the decorative zone on the neck down to the bottom of the decorative zone on the shoulder; rounded body tapers to a ring foot. Flat underside 2003.95.0091.jpg
50.10.6 Deep bowl; two horizontal handles emerge from just below the rim; vertical walls taper down to small disk foot; concave underside with central convex circle. 2003.98.0143.jpg
50.3.1 Flat rim; shallow mouth; broad neck; two handles curve upwards from near the bottom of the neck to the top of the body; small ridge between neck and shoulder; body tapers into broad, thick, flat base; underside concave. 2001.99.0017.jpg
50.3.3 'Ionic' cup shape; offset rim, narrowing handles and cushioning foot. 2005.88.0042.jpg
50.4.10 Type C cup. Slightly everted rim with thickened concave lip, from below which emerge two horizontal rounded handles in an oblong shape, that curve up to just below the rim. Shallow bowl flows uninterrupted into a thick stem, which tapers out until a ridge, below which it is cylindrical; thick torus ring foot with slightly sloping upper side and conical underside. 2008.99.0771.jpg
50.4.12 Castulo cup': large stemless cup. Slightly outturned rim with concave lip, inset on interior and exterior, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, incurved and rising to the height of the rim. Shallow bowl divided from a spreading, lipped torus ring foot by a broad groove. 2001.99.0131.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
50.4.14 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
50.4.15 Rim curved slightly outwards. Inclining neck of roughly equal depth and diameter as bowl. Small vertical handles curving from rim to mid-section. Convex bowl. Torus (tyre shaped) foot with no stem. 2005.02.0060.jpg
50.5.2 Large bell krater with a downturned rim, two recurved handles on the upper part of the body, lower body sloping to a thick stem and a molded pedestal foot. 2004.04.0004.jpg
50.5.5 Large krater with wide, downturned rim that extends sharply from the top of the body; two upcurving handles high on the body, which narrows to a short, cylindrical stem; hollowed pedestal foot, ridged just below the top of the foot. The resting surface is concave and the underside undulates smoothly up to the bottom of the bowl. 2004.04.0002.jpg
51.1.2 The vertical handle is of ellipsoid cross-section with a banded back. The horizontal handles are riddled, circular and slightly curving upwards. The foot is conical, with a ring-shaped termination and the base has a concave, conical surface with an inflated semi-spherical central part. 2010.98.0180.jpg
51.1.3 Thick, wide rim with flat top, broad neck. Two rounded handles curve upwards from the top of the body to the neck, from the middle of which they continue in a broad, vertical strap handle to the rim. The body tapers into the narrower bottom and thick, wide base. 2005.88.0055.jpg
51.4.10 Thin, out-turned rim; rounded body; rounded handles curving upwards; flat bottom; tiny base 2010.98.0125.jpg
51.4.8 The rim is slightly flared and the neck is short; a strap vertical handle curves down from the rim to the shoulder; two smaller, round, horizontal handles protrude from the upper side of the rounded and pear shaped body; the foot is small and flaring; the base is convex
51.7.10 Body projects from tall rim; two oblong handles with side projections; deep bowl; conical footring; concave base. 2003.97.0333.jpg
51.7.11 A large bell krater with a downturned, rounded rim, two recurved horizontal handles high on the body, the lower body sloping sharply to a thick stem, and a thick, molded, angled pedestal foot. 2010.99.0139.jpg
51.7.12 Offset rim; origionally two handles of which only one remains, protruding horizontally from just below the rim; body initially rounded but then tapers fairly sharply to very narrow, raised footring; base flat 2003.93.0368.jpg
51.7.13 Small pseudo-panathenaic amphora with downturned rim (and skewed mouth), offset neck divided from the sloping shoulder by a ridge, vertical strap handles curving up from the bottom of the neck to the bottom of the shoulder, ovoid body tapering to a thick stem, and a curved pedestal foot that is highly concave on the interior. 2003.95.0062.jpg
51.7.16 Wide cup mouth with a reserved, flat rim. Two tripartite strap handles rise up from the neck and join the body at the shoulders. Ovoid body tapers to a thick disk foot, beneath a short (restored) stem. Base is concave 2001.99.0160.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. 2003.97.0936.jpg
52.3.1 Wide mouth with flat, reserved rim. Two strap handles, one on each side, curve up from top of neck then down to shoulder. Body is inverted pear shape, tapering to very small foot with groove in middle.Ring on the junction of the body and the foot. Underside almost conical up to small, central, convex circle 2007.02.0023.jpg
52.3.3 Broad flat rim; short thick neck; handles are comprised of two vertical bars joined at the rim by an overhanging horizontal bar with downward protrusions at either end; body tapers to conical footring; flat base. 2003.95.0050.jpg
56.8.2 Tall inslanting rim with plain round lip, sharply turning to a short shoulder that broadens to an ovoid body, which tapers to a tall moulded foot, comprised of a beveled top, two concave elements, a carination, below which a scotia above a torus. The resting surface is ridged and the underside consists of a pointed convex centre, within a tapering concave part. Two u-shaped handles, round in section, rise from the bottom of the shoulder to high above the rim. On either side of each handle is a pointed lug. 2002.97.0579.jpg
56.8.3 Deep body tapers sharply towards foot; circular handles curve slightly upwards without reaching the height of the rim; conical footring. 2004.03.0017.jpg
56.8.8 The body is conical, widening towards the top. The rim has horizontal sides and a small lip at the top. The band handles are almost ellipsoid, with peaked terminations. Ribbon handles. The base is in the shape of an inverted echinus (a conical stand?). 2003.95.0104.jpg
60.1.3 Stemless cup with a plain rounded rim. Two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, incurved and rising over the rim. Handles rise from half-way down the shallow bowl, which is divided from spreading, lipped torus ring foot by a broad groove. 2003.94.0022.jpg
60.8.1 Cup of Ionian type. Tall, slightly outturned rim; ridge between rim and deep body; two small, rounded handles emerge horizontally from the top of the body; conical footring; concave base. 2002.97.0506.jpg
60.8.2 Rim of the mouth is a little bit wonky, with a ridge on the flat top. Cylindrical short neck. Almost flat shoulder. A single rounded handle curves down to the shoulder from the rim, and two horizontal, horseshoe shaped handles emerge from the top of the body. Body tapers down to small torus foot 2002.97.0710.jpg
61.6.4 Deep skyphos with thickened round rim, groove just below, straight walls of unusually deep body that narrows, with a sharp cuve at the bottom, to a short concave stem, and a thick disk foot, rounded on the exterior and angled on the interior, with a flat resting surface and a slightly concave underside. Two u-shaped handles, round in cross section, rise from the upper part of the body to the height of the rim. 2010.98.0213.jpg
62.10.1 Tall vertical rim, with plain round lip, that turns into a barrel-shaped body on a short, broad foot ring, with flat resting surface and underside, with exterior wall comprised of a slanting element above a rounded element, and interior wall slanted . Two u-shaped handles, round in section, rise from the bottom of the shoulder to high above the rim. 2008.98.0333.jpg
70.3.3 Ian McPhee describes it as a Kotyle rather than Skyphos type c (?). Tapering ring base, rounded at the bottom, from which the body rises in a sharp diagonal, curving sharply approximately at the halfway point, from which it rises near vertically and eventually flares slightly to a plain, rounded rim, just below which are attached two horse-shoe shaped handles, almost round in cross section. 2008.98.0449.jpg
71.6.3 Two thick, rounded, horizontal handles, one on each side just below rim. Broad body with near horizontal sides; torus ring foot 2008.99.0717.jpg
78.7.1 Deep skyphos; two rounded, horizontal handles emerging from just below the rim; tall, rounded foot 2008.98.0440.jpg
E.23.32 Undulating lip, long neck, bulbous shoulder tapering to a pointed base. Two opposing handles emerge on the sholder just below the band decoration. 2002.98.0198.jpg
E.23.33 Lip is unpronounced, long neck flares to shoulder/widest point, which then tapers to pointed foot. The rough handles are directly opposite each other on the widest point. 2002.98.0205.jpg
E.62.55 There is no neck and the body tapers to a flat base. The two handles are directly opposite one another on the mouth. 2002.98.0151.jpg
E.62.60 Large mouth, no neck, three handles for string, widest part is mid-way down the body, flat base. 2002.98.0027.jpg
REDMG:1934.26.1 Small cup with rounded rim on a flaring lip that sharply joins a shallow bowl with bulging profile; two horizontal round handles, canted up, join at the broadest part of the bowl. The bowl has almost no stem but attaches directly to a raised ring base with diagonal profile, slightly convex resting surface, and slightly pointed underside. 2004.99.0896.jpg
REDMG:1934.53.5 Belly-handled jar. High outturned rim narrowing to a short neck; ovoid body, in the centre of which are attached two vertical round handles, canted; flat base, slightly concave. Cf. larger examples of this shape are in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 918.3.77 (Hayes 1984, 47, no. B29, ill.) and Orvieto, Querce inv. 398 (Camporeale 1970, 126 no. 136, fig. 59, pl. 32b). 2005.89.0032.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.14 Two shallow handles, facing upwards. 2003.06.0094.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.16 Offset rim; two kylix handles, one on each side.
REDMG:1935.87.17 Convex sides; no handles, flanged lid.
REDMG:1935.87.2 Two tall handles, which each extend from the neck to the top of the shoulderr; resting surface slopes slightly; base hollow. DSCN0192.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.23 Two handles, all black and one either side which start at base of body and curl up and over, higher than mouth with small spurs at the base. Mouth has wide rim.
REDMG:1935.87.25 Rounded rim on everted, slightly overhanging lip that curves into a short, broad neck; two vertical strap handles rise up from the neck and rejoin at the shoulder; smooth join to barrel-shaped body; short ring foot, concave on the underside by convex at the centre. 2005.89.0068.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.29 Stemless. Two handles, one either side from well below the rim are bent up at the ends. Shallow body descending to a groove and then a rounded footring.
REDMG:1935.87.30 Mouth has a rim that slopes downwards. Concave sides with two small lug handles, each placed ca. 1.5 cm below rim ; carination and further concave element near flat base.
REDMG:1935.87.32 Column krater. The handles have two bars of a cylindrical cross-section and adjoin in a square at the rim, having side-surfaces above the bars. The foot is in the shape of an inverted echinus, a cylindrical stand widening towards the bottom. There is also a plastic ring just below the lowest part of the body. 2005.89.0042.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.6 Rounded rim on tapered flange, below which the walls spread out to a thin element that would have supported the lid; just below this are attached two horizontal horseshoe-shaped strap handles, slightly canted upwards, to which spurs are attached on either side. The lower body is offset from the handle zone, rounded in the lower part where it sharply joins a moulded foot, with groove above a spreading upper part and a broader, rounded lower part, hollow on the interior, with a narrow resting surface, and a pointed, slightly offset underside.
REDMG:1947.13.1 Large pseudo-panathenaic amphora with a cup-shaped mouth terminating in an outturned rim; offset neck divided from the shoulder by a plastic ring from which rise two vertical strap handles that curve down to the bottom of the sloping shoulder; ovoid body tapering to a thick stem on a pedestal base (not original). 2003.93.0004.jpg
REDMG:1951.113.3 Rounded rim, slightly incurving, below which are attached two nearly triangular horizontal strap handles and ring base, canted slightly up; rounded body broadens slightly and then narrows to an angled ring foot, curved on the resting surface, and offset from the slightly convex underside. Body broader than standard Apulian shape, so that it can't fit easily into the sequence of Gnathian skyphoi.
REDMG:1951.131.1 Slim alabastron with narrow mouth, projecting rim, slightly convex on the upper surface, and beveled at the edge, flat on the underside; tall, slightly concave neck, offset from a tall ovoid body, with two small lug handles on the upper 1/4 of the body; molded pedestal foot is comprised of a tapering upper element broadening into a disk foot, with a diagonal outer surface, with three ridges, a flat resting surface, and a conical indentation on the underside. 2003.94.0080.jpg
REDMG:1951.134.1 Plain rounded rim, body nearly vertical at top and curving into a deep bowl, which narrows to a short stem attached to a disk foot with a rounded resting surface, small underside pointed at centre. Two horseshoe-shaped horizontal round handles, attached slightly below the rim. 2004.99.0768.jpg
REDMG:1951.135.1-2 Pyxis: Flanged rim widening to sharply curved shoulder, rounded below, and tapering to a flat base; round horizontal handles on either side pressed up against rim to form lugs. Lid: cylindrical knob attached to a disk. 2004.99.0432.jpg
REDMG:1951.140.1 Broad rim, slightly convex on upper surface, ridged at the outside edge, with overhanging lip; neck, concave in profile, broadens to a nearly flat shoulder that curves sharply to an ovoid body, which narrows sharply at the bottom, where it is joined to a moulded pedestal foot with a splayed base and concave underside; upper part of foot has tapering straight sides; the profile of the base is decorated with two ridges. Two incurving horizontal handles, round in sectiona, are attached to the upper third of the body; a vertical handle, also round in section, emerges from the top of the neck and curves down to the lower part of the shoulder. 2004.99.0808.jpg
REDMG:1951.141 Flaring rounded rim with flat lip, narrowing to a funnel-shaped body that curves sharply in the lower part to a broad stem that flares into a molded pedestal base, with a slanted exterior, ridged on the upper part, and a concave underside, pointed at the centre; two incurving horizontal round handles are attached just above the centre of the body.
REDMG:1951.146 Plain rim, concave sides, high ring foot; two horizontal round handles, canted slightly up, just below rim.
REDMG:1951.148 Broad rim with slightly convex, tapering upper surface, and overhanging concave lip; rim joins on either side with diagonal spurs at top of round columnar handles (two either side), which descend at a slight diagonal to the shoulder. Broad neck, slightly concave, attached sharply to short curving shoulder from which an ovoid body descends and tapers to the foot. 2003.93.0266.jpg
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:1951.159.1 Large pseudo-panathenaic amphora with an offset neck divided from the shoulder by a plastic ring from which rise two vertical strap handles that curve down to the bottom of the sloping shoulder; ovoid body tapering to a thick stem on a pedestal base (not original). 2005.89.0030.jpg
REDMG:1951.160.1 Large krater with everted mouth and downturned rim, two recurved horizontal round handles attached to the upper part of the cylindrical body, which narrows to ashort, broad stem that curves into a pedestal foot, with a recessed band above slightly tapering sides, hollowed within. 2003.95.0072.jpg
REDMG:1951.161.1 Overhanging everted lip with rounded rim curves sharply a near cylindrical body, narrowing to a tapering stem, which in turn is joined to a hollowed, moulded pedestal base;.the upper surface of the base is nearly flat, surrounded by a ridge and then a groove from which the nearly vertical sides descend; two incurving round horizontal handles are attached just above the middle of the body. 2005.90.0006.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.2 Rounded, slightly everted rim, below which are attached two horizontal handles, rounded on the outsides and slightly flattened on the insides, slightly canted and rising above the rim. Body bulges slightly below handles but otherwise tapers gradually to a thick raised base, which is slightly broader than the lowest part of the body. The underside is circumscribed with a lightly gouged band. 2005.99.0144.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.3 Plain rim, slightly concave on the interior, below which are two horizontal round handles; tapering wall; angled ring foot, with convex resting surface. 2004.99.0355.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.32 Kalathos-shaped body, with a flaring rounded rim, to the top of which are attached the looped ends of a pair of strap handles, concave on their exterior surfaces; the tubular ends of the loops rejoin the middle of each handle, and below the bottom of each handle, attached at the bottom of the cup, is a spur. Below a carination, the bottom of the cup narrows to a nearly cylindrical stem, ridged at the center, below which it widens, and smoothly curves into the top of a moulded foot, with three ridges, of increasing diameter, on the exterior surface. Within the narrow resting surface is a concave underside, with a conical hollow at centre. 2005.89.0006.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.38 Lekanis: slightly everted rim with diagonal flange, curves in to a shallow bowl; two flanged ribbon handles, attached horizontally just below rim; pronounced ring foot with vertical sides and raised underside. Lid: Moulded knob with deep circular depression; in centre of sloping lid, which steps down with three fasciae and then a convex lower part decorated with two incised bands; rounded rim. 2003.93.0102.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.39 Flanged rim and tapering body, to which are attached broad horizontal strap handles (rounded but almost oblong in shape), slightly canted upwards, with spurs on either side. The lower body is offset from the handle zone, rounded in the lower part where it attached to thick stem broadening to a moulded foot, with spreading upper part, slightly concave, and a broader, rounded lower part, broadening towards the base, with a conical depression on the interior, and a narrow resting surface 2005.99.0148.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.4 Plain rim, below which are attached two horizontal round handles; curved sides, nearly vertical at the top and tapering more sharply towards the angled ring foot. Shape corresponds to Corinth black-glazed skyphoi, group iii, although the pattern on this skyphos is quite different. 2003.93.0325.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.40 Rounded rim on tapered flange, below which the walls spread out to a thin element that would have supported the lid; just below this are attached two horizontal horseshoe-shaped strap handles, slightly canted upwards. The body is rounded in the lower part and sharply joins a moulded foot, with an angled upper part and a broader, rounded lower part, hollow on the interior, with a narrow resting surface. 2003.97.0324.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.41 Flanged rim and tapering body, to which are attached horizontal triangular strap handles, slightly canted upwards. The body narrows sharply to short stem, slightly offset from the top of a moulded foot, with a vertical exterior surface and a conical indentation on the underside, and a narrow resting surface. 2003.93.0327.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.44 Flaring rim, with concave profile, joining bulging body at a carination, below which are attached two u-shaped horizontal handles, rounded in section, canted slightly up; below handles body curves sharply towards stem, broken off. 2004.99.0501.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.45 Rounded rim, slightly incurved, on concave lip, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, incurved and rising to the height of the rim; deep bowl joins a spreading, lipped torus ring foot.
REDMG:1953.25.46 Rounded rim, slightly incurved, on concave lip, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, incurved and rising to the height of the rim; deep bowl joins a spreading, lipped torus ring foot. 2004.99.0629.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.47 Rounded everted rim on concave lip, below which are attached two horizontal round handles, oblong in shape, canted and slightly incurved, rising to just below the rim; deep bowl joins a spreading, lipped torus ring foot with a sloping resting surface.
REDMG:1953.25.5 Plain rim below which are attached two horizontal round handles; concave sides tapering down to a narrow, angled ring foot with convex resting surface. Semi-glazed skyphos, type ii: see Corinth 13, 125 fig. 13 2003.97.0216.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.62 Broad mouth with thickened downturned rim. Slender neck sloping to a nearly horizontal shoulder, from which emerge two lug handles, just below a moulded band; finely ribbed body that tapers to a short raised base.
REDMG:1953.25.64 Narrow neck, nearly flat shoulder, curving to a broad body, tapering slightly down, to a slightly raised base, concave at the centre; two pinched triangular round handles rise from the edge of the shoulder, on opposite sides of the bottle. 2003.93.0227.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.66 Two thin vertical strap handles arch up from the top of a cylindrical neck, slightly offset at the bottom, and rejoin at the middle of a sloping shoulder; shoulder curves sharply into a conical body, slightly rounded at the bottom where it joins a short stem flaring to a disk foot, hollowed at the bottom. 2003.93.0355.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.9 Corinthian type skyphos. Rounded incurved rim below which emerge two horizontal round handles, rising slightly; tall, thin-walled body bulges at top and tapers sharply to a flaring ring foot with a concave resting surface and raised underside.
REDMG:1953.41.1 Rounded rim on a concave lip, above shallow bowl; just below lip are attached two round horizontal handles, rectangular in shape, slightly incurving. A short stem, slightly concave, attaches the bowl to a thick disk foot, convex on the underside (a continuation of the rounded resting surface) but hollowed through the middle of the stem. 2005.99.0133.jpg
REDMG:1958.117.1 Rounded, slightly incurving rim, which which rise (at slight angles) two high swung strap handles, rejoined at the bottom of the bowl in a continuous curve with the bottom of the bowl; between the handles, the bottom of the bowl is set off from the side walls. A flaring, broad ring foot is convex on the interior; the underside of the bowl is slightly convex. On the interior, the bottom of the bowl is offset from the side walls at a sharp carination. 2004.99.0885.jpg
REDMG:1964.1628 Plain rim below which are attached two horizontal round handles; concave sides tapering down to a narrow, angled ring foot, concave on underside, with circular protruberance. 2003.93.0115.jpg
REDMG:1964.1630 Very small kotyle, with rounded rim, convex sides tapering to a short disk foot, with a flat underside; two triangular round handles attached vertically, just below the rim and rising slightly, just above the height of the body.
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.
REDMG:1964.1632.1 Deep skyphos. Thin rim, slightly averted, below which u-shaped round horizontal handles are attached, and rise slightly to just above the height of the walls. The sides, tapering down, are slightly convex at the top and concave below, terminating in a groove, just above the short raised base with a flat underside, grooved on the outside. 2006.20.0243.jpg
REDMG:1964.1663 Rounded, slightly raised rim; two pinched round horizontal handles, round in section, rise at a diagonal from the sloping shoulders which curve gently down to a small raised base, concave on the underside. 2003.93.0363.jpg
REDMG:1964.1668.1 Unguent Jar. Miniature amphora with an everted rim, long and narrow neck, and foot with a concave base. Handles on either side and completely attached to the upper body. 2003.93.0254.jpg
REDMG:1964.1674 Flat rim on everted lip, slightly concave on the interior; nearly straight sides which taper sharply to a flat base; (lug) handles. 2003.93.0373.jpg
REDMG:1964.1678 Rounded, slightly outturned concave rim; two horizontal round handles, pi-shaped, applied to the outside of the rim, with tops pressed down across the top; shallow bowl; flat base with wire comb or wire marks.
REDMG:2003.84.1 Amphora with a wide neck tapering towards an outward rim. Two handles attached horizontally to the shoulder. Wide body tapers towards the delineated, slightly concave base.
REDMG:2004.96.1 Palmette. Rounded rim on a concave lip, above shallow bowl; just below lip are attached two round horizontal handles, rectangular in shape, canted and slightly incurved, rising to just below the height of the rim. A short stem, slightly concave, attaches the bowl to a thick disk foot, with a groove at the outer edge of the vertical surface; broad, convex resting surface; hollowed through the middle of the stem. 2004.99.0960.jpg
REDMG:2004.97.1 Plain rounded rim; tapering walls, slightly concave, broaden slightly at the bottom of the bowl, which is moulded with two carinations; diagonal profile to bottom of bowl; tall cylindrical stem, slightly bulging at the middle, curves out to a flat disk foot, with rounded sides, but an indeterminate bottom. Two vertical strap handles swing up from the rim and rejoin the vase at the lower carination, where they comprise a smooth curve with the bottom of the bowl. 2004.99.0889.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.17 The handles are riddled, of ellipsoid cross-section and upcurving
TEMP.2003.6.7 Two-handled skyphos. The handles are of ellipsoid cross-section, riddled and curving upwards (higher than the body). a) Part of the rim and body. c) Part of the body. d) One handle and part of the body. e) Part of the other handle. f) Tiny bit of the handle. g) Part of the handle and body. 2006.20.0406.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.8 Skyphos with ring-shaped foot and one or two handles, missing. a, b, d, and e) Parts of the rim and body. c)Part of the rim and body and the spring of one handle (completely missing). f) The largest part of the foot, base and lowest part of the body. g) Part of the lower body.
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