Corinth Object: Z 24
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   Z 24
Category:   Miscellaneous
Category Code:   Z
Object Number:   24
Description:   Class B II (Glazed, completely covered ware) according to Blegen (Zygouries); Well made with rather sure lines, this pot has thin walls, smoothly finished and is about as symmetrical as is possible for a vessel of the sauceboat shape. It has a long narrow, deep spout with a wide flare at its high-tipped end. The spout is set at a steeply ascending angle; its underside is slightly rough, almost corrugated, one might say. (Blegen, Zygouries, 90-91)
Decoration:   black glaze inside and out, It has worn badly but where it survives still preserves a good lustre (Blegen, Zygoruies, 91)
Material:   Greenish yellow clay; black glaze
Condition:   Complete profile. Back and part of lip RIP, full profile preserved.
Dimensions Actual:   H (body): 0.13; H (to top of spout): 0.222; D: 0.118; L: ca. 0.195; D of base: 0.058
Period:   Early Helladic
Area:   Zygouries
Findspot Description:   Zygouries
Bibliography:   Zygouries pg 90-91; figure 80 left, pg 91
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Blegen, Zygouries: a prehistoric settlement ... 1928
Monument: Zygouries
Image: bw 1998 064 05
Image: bw 2004 024 36