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Accession_Number 13.10.9
adlib_title Cypriote white ware jug
Shape Jug
Shape_description Slightly tapered body, straight neck, elongated lip.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Cypriote
Fabric_description Pale beige clay with white inclusions
Munsell_color 10YR 8/1
Decoration Part of handle missing. White slip, with straight and wavy linear patterns in black. Cross in circle on base.
Inscriptions
Condition Large hole in one side, and hole at base of neck neck, part of handle missing. The vase has been repaired in several places including the body and the region where the neck of the vase connects to the shoulder. There are some yellow inclusions.
Technique/Style White ware
Provenance
Period Middle Bronze Age
Date 18 c.
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
2006.20.0460.jpg
2006.20.0460.jpg
Right side view of a Cypriote jug, showing damage on the body and handle.
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2006.20.0461.jpg
2006.20.0461.jpg
Oblique right side view for above of a Cypriote jug, showing damage on the body and handle.
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2006.20.0462.jpg
2006.20.0462.jpg
Obliqie right side view from below of a Cypriote jug, showing the base and the damage on the body.
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2006.20.0463.jpg
2006.20.0463.jpg
Obliwue back view from above of a Cypriote jug, showing the broken handle and the mouth.
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2008.99.0066.jpg
2008.99.0066.jpg
Right side view of a Cypriote jug, showing damage on the body and handle.
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2008.99.0067.jpg
2008.99.0067.jpg
Back view of a Cypriote jug, showing broken handle.
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2008.99.0068.jpg
2008.99.0068.jpg
Left side view of a Cypriote jug,showing broken handle.
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2008.99.0069.jpg
2008.99.0069.jpg
Front view of a Cypriote jug, showing damage on the right side.
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2008.99.0070.jpg
2008.99.0070.jpg
Oblique left-side view from above of a Cypriote jug, showing the broken handle and the mouth.
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2008.99.0071.jpg
2008.99.0071.jpg
View of the base of a Cypriote jug.
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Comparanda For décor, see CVA Österreich, Wien Fasc. 4, #IV 3854. For shape, see Åström (1957) fig. VI.16 (ours not as wide).
Bibliography Bernhard-Walcher, Alfred, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Österreich. Wien, Kunsthistorisches Museum, fasc. 4, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, 1984.
Archive_Ref reference 1
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Beazley_DB
Height 10.05
Diameters D.N.: 1.5; D.B.: 6.0; D. Base: 3.3
Handle_height 4.1
Other_dims.
Location 11.1.4
Edited_by Marianne; Marianne
Date_edited 07.09.07; 25.11.2008
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