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Accession_Number REDMG:1953.25.44
adlib_title Perhaps Corinthian black glaze ionian cup
Shape Ionian cup
Shape_description Flaring rim, with concave profile, joining bulging body at a carination, below which are attached two u-shaped horizontal handles, rounded in section, canted slightly up; below handles body curves sharply towards stem, broken off.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Perhaps Corinthian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 7.5YR 7/4
Decoration Interior: black line above reserved band on rim, below which entire surface is glazed black. Exterior: black line and reserved band at rim; black line at top of body; reserved band in handle zone; indications of black glaze at outer parts of handles (dipped?); glazed black below (glaze is thin in sections).
Inscriptions
Condition Comprised of four rejoined fragments, missing bottom of bowl, stem and foot, as well as three small chips on rim. Light tan deposits, especially on interior and tops of handles; decoration chipped all over.
Technique/Style Black glaze
Provenance
Period Archaic
Date 6 c.
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
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Oblique view, from slightly above, of an Ionian cup.
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Oblique view, from slightly above, of an Ionian cup.
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Side view of an Ionian cup.
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Top view of an Ionian cup, showing the interior.
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2003.98.0197.jpg
Bottom view of an Ionian cup, showing the broken base (missing stem and foot).
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Front view of an Ionian cup, showing a rejoined fragment.
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Front view of an Ionian cup, showing one handle.
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Front view of an Ionian cup.
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Front view of an Ionian cup, showing one handle.
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Beazley_DB
Height 6.3
Diameters Rim 13.5; body 13.5; stem 3.3
Handle_height 2.5
Other_dims. Th. handle 1.0
Location 5.2.3
Edited_by Denise; Amy; Joana Varela
Date_edited 24.07.2002; 19.08.2004; 05.04.2017
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