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    • Bottle

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Bottles; Zigzags; Clay; Pottery; Pottery, Greek
    • A clay bottle with a squat pyriform body with rounded base, long cylindrical neck, flaring rim, two small handles on shoulder and a comb design of ten zigzagging vertical bands with horizontal slashes inside them running from base to top of neck,...
    • Bowl

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Bowls (tableware); Pottery; Handles; Throwing (pottery technique); Clay; Buff (color); Triangles (polygons); Geometric patterns
    • A wheel made clay bowl with flared rim, two horizontal loop handles in very good condition. Decorated with dark brown paint, four triangles meeting at points to form a cross on the bottom, wide band around bottom edge, one band just below handles,...
    • Jug

    • Jugs (vessel); Clay; Pottery, Ancient; Slip (clay); Circles (plane figures); Geometric patterns; Patterns (design elements); Handles; Paint
    • A clay jug with a pyriform (almost globular) body, funnel-shaped neck, trefoil mouth, handle from rim to shoulder, and a round base. Painted black with a thick band between two thinner bands at widest circumference of pyriform body, a thick band...
    • Jug

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Jugs (vessel); Clay; Buff (color); Slip (clay); Pottery, Ancient; Geometric patterns; Patterns (design elements)
    • A clay jug with a pyriform body, round base, long cylindrical neck with flaring rim, handle from rim to shoulder, comb design with bands of two lines with parallel diagonal slashes between them around bottom and shoulder, a diamond band with...
    • Jug, spouted

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Jugs (vessel); Clay; Slip (clay); Pottery, Ancient; Circles (plane figures); Concentric; Geometric patterns; Patterns (design elements); Paint; Throwing (pottery technique)
    • A wheel-made clay jug with a ring base, globular body, narrow funnel shaped neck, flaring rim, handle from rim to shoulder, short broken spout on shoulder opposite handle in good condition. Painted black with three concentric bands in center of...
    • Juglet, beaked

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Juglets; Pottery; Handles; Throwing (pottery technique); Clay; Slip (clay); Zigzags; Patterns (design elements)
    • A clay juglet with a squat pyriform body, cylindrical neck, beak spout, round bottom, hole in upper back of body, four nodules protruding at crosspoints from mid section each with horizontal hole through it, and two similar nodules on either side...
    • Juglet, dipper

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Juglets; Clay; Throwing (pottery technique); Buff (color); Slip (clay); Pottery, Ancient; Dippers (serving utensils); Circles (plane figures); Patterns (design elements); Geometric patterns
    • A wheel made clay juglet or dipper with a biconical body, narrow cylindrical neck with flaring horizontal rim, handle from rim to slightly above shoulder and concave base in very good condition with some flaking. The decoration consists of...
    • Juglet, dipper

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Juglets; Pottery; Handles; Concentric; Geometric patterns; Circles (plane figures); Buff (color); Slip (clay); Throwing (pottery technique)
    • A wheel made clay juglet or dipper with a biconical body, narrow cylindrical neck, flaring horizontal rim, and handle spanning from rim to slightly above shoulder in very good condition. Design consists of wide band just below shoulder, two narrow...
    • Krater

    • Cyprus-Antiquities; Kraters; Pottery; Clay; Slip (clay); Patterns (design elements); Geometric patterns; Circles (plane figures); Buff (color); Concentric
    • A clay krater with an inverted pyriform body, trumpet or ogee base, wide cylindrical neck with flaring horizontal rim, and two handles from rim to shoulder in fair condition with base broken and paint worn. It is decorated with brown paint, band...
    • Rhyton

    • Jugs (vessel); Pottery; Rhyton; rhyta
    • Mycenaean rhyton. Graduated cylinder, folded lip, small looped handle protruding from lip. Red clay, covered in slip. Polychrome, bands at base, and under lip, panel with repeated figures (sea creatures). Vessel used to pour libations (offerings).

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