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Accession_Number 26.12.33
adlib_title Boeotian black glaze bowl
Shape Bowl
Shape_description Slightly incurving lip, with a carination just below the rim, narrowing with convex sides to a flat base, with convex sides just above base. Wire cutting marks in circular design on base. On the interior, the centre of the bowl rises up slightly.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Boeotian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 7.5YR 8/2
Decoration Decorated with black slip inside and out; dipped. The base is reserved except at the edges where drip marks extend over it.
Inscriptions
Condition Intact. Surface worn in patches throughout, especially at the bottom of the bowl. Yellowish-grey adhesions on the underside.
Technique/Style Black glaze
Provenance Boeotia
Period Late Classical / Early Hellenistic
Date 4 c.
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
2002.97.0349.jpg
2002.97.0349.jpg
Oblique side view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
2002.97.0350.jpg
2002.97.0350.jpg
Top view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn rim and interior.
2002.97.0351.jpg
2002.97.0351.jpg
Bottom view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the reserved base with deposits.
2008.10.0003.jpg
2008.10.0003.jpg
Profile drawing of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl.
2010.98.0032.jpg
2010.98.0032.jpg
Oblique view, from above, of a small black-glazed Boeotian bowl, with incurving lip.
2010.98.0033.jpg
2010.98.0033.jpg
Side view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
2010.98.0034.jpg
2010.98.0034.jpg
Side view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
2010.98.0035.jpg
2010.98.0035.jpg
Side view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
2010.98.0036.jpg
2010.98.0036.jpg
Side view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
2010.98.0037.jpg
2010.98.0037.jpg
Top view of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn rim and interior.
2010.98.0038.jpg
2010.98.0038.jpg
View of the base of a Boeotian black-glazed bowl, showing the worn exterior.
Comparanda
Bibliography
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB
Height 1.7
Diameters Lip 3.9; rim 4.6; base 2.17.5YR 8/2
Handle_height
Other_dims.
Location History - Excavation office
Edited_by Georgina; Teifi; Amy
Date_edited 06.08.02; 12.09.2006; 17.08.2008
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