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Accession_Number 2005.3.25A-C
adlib_title Attic black figure fragment
Shape Fragment
Shape_description Fragments of a kylix, A: base, foot, stem and section of body, B: rim (joins up with fragment A), C: rim
Material Terracotta
Fabric Attic
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 5YR 6/6
Decoration A: foot and base reserved, stem and exterior of kylix black, with reserved band. A second band has floral ornament with a chain-like band below. Interior is black except for a reserved circle in the middle, two small black circular bands mark the centre. B: Floral ornament on this fragment joins up with fragment A, pattern as before, interior and rim/lip black. C: interior, rim, lip and majority of exterior black, patterned floral band as before
Inscriptions
Condition Three fragments. Good condition, black areas show few signs of wear and have a glossy finish, patterned areas also intact
Technique/Style Black figure
Provenance Rhitsona
Period
Date
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
2006.20.0366.jpg
2006.20.0366.jpg
Oblique view of three Attic fragments, showing black floral decoration on two of the fragments, and a reserved band on the foot and base of a kylix fragment (fragment above the other two).
2006.20.0367.jpg
2006.20.0367.jpg
Oblique view of three Attic fragments, showing black floral decoration on two of the fragments, and a reserved band on the foot and base of a kylix fragment (fragment above the other two).
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2006.20.0368.jpg
Oblique view of the bottom of three Attic fragments, showing black glaze on all three.
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2006.20.0369.jpg
Top view of three Attic fragments, showing black floral decoration on two of the fragments, and a reserved band on the foot and base of a kylix fragment (fragment above the other two).
Comparanda
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Beazley_DB
Height A: 4.5
Diameters A: foot 5.8
Handle_height
Other_dims. A: length 11.1, width 8.1 of surviving bowl. B: length6.8, width 2.7. C: length 5.1, width 4.0
Location 11.1.2
Edited_by Kirsten Bedigan
Date_edited 10.03.2005
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