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Accession_Number 26.2.34
adlib_title Camiran dish
Shape Dish
Shape_description Fragment
Material Terracotta
Fabric Camiran
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 2.5YR 6/2
Decoration No finished edges. The underside has three brown bands only slightly darker than the clay itself. The topside has a central design of concentric circles linked by three lines supporting two leaves. This design is between two bands of white-red-white on black.
Inscriptions
Condition Top band on underside very badly worn and almost indistinguishable. Surface scratches and discolouration and small deposits at top. White on topside is fading but still visible and the shiny glaze remains on the black/brown.
Technique/Style
Provenance Probably from Naukratis
Period High Archaic
Date 600-575
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
2003.46.0006.jpg
2003.46.0006.jpg
Reverse fragments of Camiran dish, top row: 26.2.36, 26.2.35, 26.2.34, middle row: 26.2.37, bottom row: 26.2.37, 26.2.29, 26.2.40.
2003.46.0084.jpg
2003.46.0084.jpg
Top view of a fragment of Camiran dish, showing the bands on the underside.
2003.46.0093.jpg
2003.46.0093.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish, showing the concentric circles on the topside.
2004.46.0004.jpg
2004.46.0004.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish (top right).
2004.46.0062.jpg
2004.46.0062.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish, showing the concentric circles on the topside.
2004.46.0069.jpg
2004.46.0069.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish, showing the bands on the underside.
2013.04.0080.jpg
2013.04.0080.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish, showing the concentric circles on the topside.
2013.04.0081.jpg
2013.04.0081.jpg
Top view of a fragment of a Camiran dish, showing the bands on the underside.
Comparanda
Bibliography CVA Reading 1, pl. 22.4
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB
Height 6.1
Diameters
Handle_height
Other_dims. Length 5.2Thickness 0.7
Location Timeline 2 top
Edited_by Denise; Karen; Kinsey
Date_edited 20.09.2002; 19.04.2004; 16.01.2006
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