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Number of entries: 4

Egypt1Egypt1  Definition (shape): Rhyton, conical (FS 199)
 Chronology: Late Helladic III A2
 State of conservation: Complete
 Number of fragments:  
 Dimensions: Height 26 cm, max diameter 13.2 cm
 Provenance: Unknown
 Context: Not identified
 More details:  
 Current location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Sweetser Fund n.1970.7
 Bibliography: Vermeule 1982
 Image reference:  

 Description: Conical rhyton with rounded rim, flattened round vertical handle, and pointed base. A hole is present in the base. Handle and part of rim are restored.
Class: Fine painted ware
Fabric: Buff clay with buff slip
Varnish colour: Dark brown

Part of vase Motif Relation Motif
Lip none none none
Upper body N Pattern (FM 60) limited by Medium reserved bands
Handle attach level Curved Stripes (FM 67) limited by Thin reserved bands
Lower body Thick and thin reserved bands none none
Foot Monochrome paint none none

 

Egypt2  Definition (shape): Stirrup jar on high base (FS 166)
 Chronology: Late Helladic III A2
 State of conservation: Fragmentary
 Number of fragments:  
 Dimensions: Height 18 cm
 Provenance: Amarna
 Context: Not identified
 More details:  
 Current location: Unknown
 Bibliography: Mountjoy 1986 (77, fig.91); Hankey 1995 (p.116, fig.1)
 Image reference:  

 Description: Stirrup jar with piriform body, false neck ending with a flattened disc, flat-sectioned handles, concave-sectioned spout with disc and ridge, high base ending in splaying disc.
Class: Fine painted ware
Fabric:  
Varnish colour:  

Part of vase Motif Relation Motif
False neck lip Linear decoration (reserved bands) none none
Spout Circles none none
Handles Monochrome paint none none
Shoulder Multiple stem, angular (FM 19) limited by Linear decoration (reserved bands)
Upper body Thin, medium and thick bands none none
Lower body Thick and thin bands none none
Base Monochrome paint under Thin bands

 

Egypt3  Definition (shape): Stirrup jar on high base (FS 166)
 Chronology: Late Helladic III A-B
 State of conservation: Partially reconstructed
 Number of fragments: From P298 to P914 and some unmarked sherds
 Dimensions: Height 14.5 cm; max diameter 10.7 cm; base diameter 4.6cm
 Provenance: Saqqara
 Context: Burial
 More details: Tomb of Horemheb. Disperded fragments: Shaft I, level 9, corridor entrances to A and H and in rooms F, G, H.
 Current location: Unknown
 Bibliography: Hankey, Aston 1995 cat. n.1 (p.75), fig. 4.1 and pl. 4.4.
 Image reference: V. Hankey, D.Aston, Mycenaean Pottery at Saqqara in The Ages of Homer. A tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule; 1995; pl.4.4.

 Description: Piriform stirrup jar; hollow false neck with top flat disk added separately, flattened handles, spout with sloping rim. Hollow torus high base.
Class: Fine painted ware
Fabric: Dirty buff clay, pinker on surface. White and dark grits. Shiny buff slip, worn off on most surface.
Varnish colour: Reddish (non-original) Light Brown

Part of vase Motif Relation Motif
False neck Monochrome paint none none
Spout Monochrome paint none none
Spout lip Circles none none
Handle Monochrome paint none none
Upper body Medium and thin bands between Thick bands
Lower body Medium and thin bands between Thick bands
Foot Thin bands none none

 

Egypt4  Definition (shape): Stirrup jar, globular (FS 170)
 Chronology: Late Helladic III A2
 State of conservation: Fragmentary
 Number of fragments:  
 Dimensions: Height 20.00 cm
 Provenance: Amarna
 Context: Not identified
 More details:  
 Current location: Unknown
 Bibliography: Hankey 1995,p.116, fig.1
 Image reference: Hankey, V.,. Stirrup jars at el-Amarna, in "Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant" 1995, p.116, fig.1

 Description: Almost conical stirrup jar on low ring foot. Only foot and part of lower body are preserved.
Class: Fine painted ware
Fabric: Buff clay
Varnish colour: Black

Part of vase Motif Relation Motif
Lower body Thick and thin bands none none
Foot Monochrome paint none none

 
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