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Accession_Number 13.10.10
adlib_title Cypriote painted ware jug
Shape Jug
Shape_description Fragment. Neck and handle of vase.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Cypriote
Fabric_description Pinkish clay
Munsell_color 5YR 6/6
Decoration White-painted, with black linear patterns. At front of neck, female figurine, to hip level. Beak-face, prominent breasts, arms curled round them, hand on mouth. Black linear decor, painted circles resembling eyes, black dots or rings on breasts resembling nipples, zigzag decoration within border at base of figurine.
Inscriptions
Condition Fragment
Technique/Style Painted ware
Provenance Salamis
Period Middle Bronze Age
Date 18th c
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
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H.: 6.2; D. Neck: 1.7-2.2 Techn.: Hand Made Class: White Painted Ware Per.: MC II-III 18th century Prov.: Salamis Comment: Neck and handle fragment. Black linear pattern. female figurine on the neck. Beak face. Prominent breasts with her arms curled...
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Top view of Cypriote jugs fragment, showing handle, broken neck and attached female figurine.
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View about handle and neck of Cypriote jugs fragment, showing black linear decor.
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Lower view of Cypriote jugs fragment showing neck interior.
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Front view of Cypriote jugs fragment showing neck and its attached female figurine.
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Front view of Cypriote jugs fragment showing neck and its attached female figurine.
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Back view of Cypriote jugs fragment, showing neck and handle with black linear decor.
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Comparanda Karageorghis, 1991, Cat. No. WHP.IV.4, pl. CXLII.4; CVA British Museum pl. 5:40
Bibliography Karageorghis, V., The Coroplastic Art of Ancient Cyprus I, A.G. Leventis Foundation, Nicosia, 1991; Smith, A. H., F.N. Pryce, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Great Britain : British Museum, fasc. 2, British Museum, London, 1926.
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB
Height 6.2
Diameters Neck: 1.7-2.2
Handle_height 4.7
Other_dims.
Location Household
Edited_by Kinsey; Teifi; Marianne
Date_edited 09.01.2006; 02.08.2006; 07.09.07
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