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Accession_Number 50.4.17
adlib_title Italian black glaze; stamped bowl
Shape Bowl
Shape_description Rim flat. Profile of upper half concave; moulded fillet between that and lower half. Foot is grooved and base is depressed.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Italian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 7.5YR 6/4
Decoration Black glaze all over except reserved resting surface. Rim stamped with sixteen horseshoe designs resting on a line. Base is black and depressed.
Inscriptions
Condition Intact and lustre remains. Deposits on base. A few scratches on sides.
Technique/Style Black glaze; stamped
Provenance Said to be from Pompeii
Period
Date
Dating_details
Artist
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Image
2003.97.0359.jpg
2003.97.0359.jpg
Front view of a Sicilian black-glazed bowl, showing ridged body.
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2003.97.0360.jpg
2003.97.0360.jpg
Back view of a Sicilian black-glazed bowl, showing ridged body.
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2003.97.0361.jpg
2003.97.0361.jpg
Top view of a Sicilian black-glazed bowl, showing stamped decoration on lip.
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2003.97.0362.jpg
2003.97.0362.jpg
Bottom view of a Sicilian black-glazed bowl, showing reserved resting surface and underside of body.
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2010.98.0039.jpg
2010.98.0039.jpg
Oblique top view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl, showing a stamped horseshoe design on the rim.
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2010.98.0040.jpg
2010.98.0040.jpg
Front view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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2010.98.0041.jpg
2010.98.0041.jpg
Back view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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2010.98.0042.jpg
2010.98.0042.jpg
Side view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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2010.98.0043.jpg
2010.98.0043.jpg
Side view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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2010.98.0044.jpg
2010.98.0044.jpg
Underside view of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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2010.98.0045.jpg
2010.98.0045.jpg
Overhead view of the interior of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl, showing a stamped horseshoe design on the rim.
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2010.98.0046.jpg
2010.98.0046.jpg
Close-up detail of a stamped horseshoe design on the rim of a black-glazed, Sicilian bowl.
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Comparanda Reading 45.6.38
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Archive_Ref
Beazley_DB
Height 4.7
Diameters Rim 9.7; base 5.4
Handle_height
Other_dims. W. rim 1.2
Location Symposium
Edited_by Denise; Kinsey; Teifi
Date_edited 24.07.2002; 10.01.2006; 01.08.2006
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