Corinth Object: Z 399
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   Z 399
Category:   Miscellaneous
Category Code:   Z
Object Number:   399
Description:   Class B II (Glazed, completely coated ware) according to Blegen (Zygouries); "dipper" consisting of a circular cup of no great size, narrowing gradually to a small rounded bottom. The wall is much thickened on one side, and from this there springs upward a long massive handle, the extreme end of which is curled back and around to form a loop or rim. At the loop
end the handle is fairly slender and circular in cross section, but as it approaches the rim, it grows broader and thicker. (Blegen, Zygouries, pg 97)
Decoration:   Reddish brown glaze, badly worn
Material:   Buff clay
Condition:   Fragment. largely RIP; only cup is preserved
Dimensions Actual:   D: ca. 0.12; Depth of cup: 0.05-006
Period:   Early Helladic
Area:   Zygouries
Findspot Description:   Zygouries
Bibliography:   Zygouries fig 84 left, page 96; page 97
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Blegen, Zygouries: a prehistoric settlement ... 1928
Monument: Zygouries