Corinth Object: Z 33
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   Z 33
Category:   Miscellaneous
Category Code:   Z
Object Number:   33
Description:   Class B II (Glazed, completely coated ware) according to Blegen (Zygouries); A flattened spherical vessel, probably a jug of some kind with a flat base. The roughness of the interior surface near the top indicates that something was originally attached here; it was probably a spout, but it could not have been of large size. Whatever it was, it was not symmetrically placed at the top of the body, and the effect must have been distinctly lopsided. The vessel has one small handle, like an ordinary loop handle, but set vertically, though badly askew, high up on the body. (Blegen, Zygouries, pg 98-99)
Decoration:   Brownish-black glaze, worn in some places
Material:   pale, greenish clay; black glaze
Condition:   Complete profile. RIP
Dimensions Actual:   Base D: 0.11
Period:   Early Helladic
Area:   Zygouries
Findspot Description:   Zygouries
Bibliography:   Zygouries fig 86, page 98; page 98-99
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Blegen, Zygouries: a prehistoric settlement ... 1928
Monument: Zygouries
Image: bw 1998 064 13