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Accession_Number 73.9.2
adlib_title Boeotian floral ware cup
Shape Cup
Shape_description Fragment
Material Terracotta
Fabric Boeotian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color
Decoration Handle, three quaters black glaze, situated above ivy leaf standing on tendrils and tips of two leaves of palmette on right. There is a thick black band around the rim and two thinner black bands beneath the ivy leaf.
Inscriptions
Condition Fragment. Handle covered in scratches and patches of wear, especially on left arm. At the bottom of the left arm of handle is a small chip with a white patch in the middle. Rim, and both inside and outside of fragment show more small scratches. Larger scratch diagonally down left, through black band directly beneath the ivy leaf.
Technique/Style Floral ware
Provenance From Rhitsona, Boeotia (from the bushes)
Period High Classical
Date 425-400
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Artist
Attribution
Image
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2002.97.0211.jpg
Top view of the exterior of a handle fragments from a Boeotian cup, showing pattern.
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2002.97.0212.jpg
Underside view of a handle fragment from a Boeotian cup, showing the black glazed interior.
Comparanda
Bibliography
Archive_Ref reference 1
Beazley_DB
Height Height. 9.9
Diameters Length. 9.2
Handle_height Handle height. 5.9
Other_dims.
Location History - Excavation shed (bottom shelf in box)
Edited_by Georgina
Date_edited 15/07/02
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