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Accession_Number REDMG:1934.51.8
adlib_title South Italian black glaze bowl
Shape Bowl
Shape_description Nearly conical shallow bowl, with a slightly incurving rounded rim, slightly convex side walls, and a thick, small foot, with straight sides on the exterior, tapered on the interior; pointed underside.For shape cf. CVA France 6 (Ensenere) pl. 22 and Lamboglia (Atti di I congr. Intrem di Studi Liguri (1950) 39, forma 26.
Material
Fabric South Italian
Fabric_description Heavy, dark fabric
Munsell_color 7.5YR 6/3
Decoration Black glaze all over, although patchy (perhaps as a result of poor firing) on the lower part of the body and foot.
Inscriptions
Condition Several cracks on foot; glaze worn on the outside, chipped around the rim, and pitted in the centre of the bowl.
Technique/Style Black glaze
Provenance
Period Late Classical / Early Hellenistic
Date 4-3 c.
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
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2003.93.0027.jpg
Oblique view, from slightly above, of an Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
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2004.99.0444.jpg
Front view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
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2004.99.0445.jpg
Oblique view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl, showing the interior.
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2004.99.0446.jpg
Oblique view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl, showing the base.
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2004.99.0793.jpg
Oblique view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl, showing the interior.
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2004.99.0794.jpg
Front view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
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2004.99.0795.jpg
Front view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
2004.99.0796.jpg
2004.99.0796.jpg
Front view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
2004.99.0797.jpg
2004.99.0797.jpg
Front view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl.
2004.99.0798.jpg
2004.99.0798.jpg
Oblique view of a South Italian black-glaze shallow bowl, showing the base.
Comparanda
Bibliography
Archive_Ref
Beazley_DB
Height 5.2
Diameters Body 13.5, foot 4.7. Munsell
Handle_height
Other_dims. H. foot 0.9
Location 1.2.5
Edited_by Hannah; Amy; Jasmin Payne
Date_edited 14.08.2002; 21.10.2004; 18.07.2018
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