Corinth Object: LOT 308:01
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   LOT 308:01
Category:   Pottery
Category Code:   LOT
Object Number:   308
Description:   Bowl with widely flaring, straight body curving sharply up to straight, flaring rim with rounded lip.
Decoration:   Zeuxippus Ware, class II. Chalky white slip inside to over lip outside. Interior: brown painted lines, different in width, below rim, on carination, and on lip. On rim hand-drawn incised double circle infilled with floral spike alternating with hand-drawn double triangle infilled with concentric circles. Smears of brown on rim decoration. Exterior: brown painted double lines on carination and just below lip. Pale greenish yellow glaze inside, to over rim outside.
Material:   Quartz Biotite B1
Munsell Color:   Edges 5YR 4/4 (reddish brown) , core 2.5 YR 5/6 (red)
Condition:   Fragment. Two joining frgt preserve one-ninth of upper body and one-third of rim. Missing lower body and foot.
Manufacture:   C 70 WM
Dimensions Preserved:   H. 0.041, W. 0.139
Dimensions Restored:   Diam. rim 0.175
Weight Description:   0.044
Weight:   0.044
Period:   Frankish (1210-1458 AD)
Chronology:   1220-1250
Area:   Agora southwest
Context:   NB210 B4 P50
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Monument: Agora southwest
Basket: NB210 B4 P50