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Accession_Number 13.10.17
adlib_title Cypriote bichrome ware jug
Shape Jug
Shape_description Barrel-shaped jug, deep-spreading lip, half has broken away. One handle, with a raised area along the middle. Clay on body rounded into a point in the middle of either side.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Cypriote
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 10YR 7/4
Decoration The interior of the lip has a thick black line about 1.0 cm from the top, with black painted on the rim. The neck is painted with alternating red and black thick lines. The handle appears to have been painted in black on the top and sides, but reserved underneath. Around the middle, vertically to the handle there is a pattern of black cross-hatched lozenges. The rest of the body has a pattern of thin black and thick red concentric bands, ending in a circle with a black Maltese cross on either side of the vase.
Inscriptions
Condition Intact, half of neck and rim missing, on one side by the cross there is a section which has been chipped away. There are various chips on the body, and the paint has faded significantly on the handle and around the shoulder.
Technique/Style Bichrome Ware
Provenance Salamis (1880-82)
Period Cypro-Archaic I
Date 750-600
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
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2003.92.0047.jpg
Back view of a Cypriot jug, showing handle and line of black cross-hatched lozenges below.
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Right side view of a Cypriot jug, showing concentric black and red circles with maltese cross inside smallest red circle.
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Bottom view of a Cypriot jug, showing cross-hatched lozenge and concentric circle design on body.
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Front view of a Cypriot jug, showing tapering neck and rim, with missing chunk.
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Left side view of a Cypriot jug, showing handle and black and red concentric circle design on body.
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2003.92.0052.jpg
Left side view of a Cypriot jug, showing handle and black and red concentric circle design on body.
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2003.92.0053.jpg
Top view of a Cypriot jug, showing broken mouth and rim.
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2005.88.0021.jpg

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Back view of a Cypriote jug, on its side, showing the handle and broken mouth.
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Back view of a Cypriote jug, on its side, showing the handle and broken mouth.
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Top view of a Cypriote jug, on its side, showing the handle and broken mouth
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Top view of a Cypriote jug, on its side, showing the handle and broken mouth
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Front viBack view of a Cypriote jug, on its side, showing the body and the neck
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Base view of a Cypriote jug, on its side.
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Base view of a Cypriote jug, on its side.
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Left side view of a Cypriot jug, showing handle and black and red concentric circle design on body.
Comparanda CCA 22 #B.39, National Museum of Denmark Inv. No. 651, CVA Copenhagen, pl. 25:11 a-b.
Bibliography 2004.92.0006; Nielsen, Anne-Marie, and Lone Wriedt Sørensen, ‘The vase collection in the Odense University, CCA 22, Paul Åstroms Förlag, Jonsered, 2001;
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB
Height 27.0
Diameters Neck 5.8; body 18.5
Handle_height 10.7
Other_dims.
Location Timeline 2a bottom
Edited_by Jessica; Alexandra; Teifi; Marianne
Date_edited 30.06.2003; 19.07.2004; 14.08.2006; 16.07.2007
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