[Corinth Object] Z 895: EARLY HELLADIC III VESSEL

Shoulder. Not enough preserved to determine shape. Dark-on-Light Pattern Painted (Blegen's Ware C, class 1): dark brown Rutter pattern IVA Horizontal Short Diagonal Bars, motif 24a (Rutter 1995, Lerna ... EH III, based on Rutter 1995, Lerna 3, p. 515 ... Z 895

[Corinth Object] Z 896: EARLY HELLADIC III TANKARD

Shoulder-handled Tankard (Rutter form III, type 1/2) with everted or offeset rim (not preserved), plump piriform body; one (type 1) or two (type 2) verticle strap handled rising from shoulder and attached ... EH III, based on Rutter 1995, Lerna 3, pp. 282–285, 514, 587 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 897: EARLY HELLADIC III TANKARD

Tankard with biconical piriform body (Rutter form III, type 2), flaring rim; vertical strap handles rising from shoulder and attached at bottom of point of max. d. (Rutter 1995, Lerna 3, p. 284). Similar ... EH III, based on Rutter 1995, Lerna 3, p. 284 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 898: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I MATT PAINTED KANTHAROS/GOBLET

The rim of an angular matt painted kantharos/goblet. Right 1993 MH Groups from Tsoungiza provide best parallels. Also material from Argos. Philippa Touchais 2007. Buck 1966 motif 57. Small loops pendant ... Latest possible date is LH I. Likely MH. Davis 1979 for parallels in shape ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 899: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I KANTHAROS

the rim of a kantharos, angular. See Rutter 1993. Buck 1966 motif 72 single wavy line between parallel lines. Cf. Eutresis p.153, 173 24.1 and Krisa BCH 62, p.122 fig 13.6 Fine Clay Complete or intact ... Shape is most common in MH cf. Rutter 1993, but could be later perhaps ... Z 899

[Corinth Object] Z 900: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE

A body sherd probably of a closed shape but hard to determine. Slipped non lustrous matt paint. Not polychrome. Possibly a bird. Coarse occasional to frequendred brown medium small white black inculsions ... Blegen Class 1 Matt Painted ware. This one stands out in the Zygouries sherds because it is a weird fabric and color ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 901: MIDDLE HELLADIC/LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE BODY SHERD

A body sherd from a closed shape based on the roughness of the interior. A black matt painted net pattern between black bands. Fine with few small red andblack angular inclusions and occasional small voids ... Blegen dates MH. It could be LH as style continues into LH I. See Wohlmayer 2007 fig 8.a-b, p.57 and Gauss/Smetana 2007 P.78 XXXVIII.1 ... Z 901

[Corinth Object] Z 902: MH/LH I KRATER RIM

The rim of a large open vessel, most likely a Krater. Predominantly undecorated with evidence of bars in brown vertical bars on rim. Pale Buff slip. Coarse Pink buff clay, frequentangularredto black inclusions ... Based on a parallel from Eutresis and its 'hawksbill'overhang (Goldman) this sherd is possibly LH I. More generally it should be dated MH LH I. Cf. Davis 1979 fig 5.5 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 903: MIDDLE HELLADIC LATE HELLADIC 1 OPEN SHAPE

Rim of a goblet/ kantharos see rutter 1993 Figs 7-8 for shape, 7.1 for grooved rim Thick horizontal zig zag and rim band out. Two thick horizontal bands all in mattpaint. Coarse green buff clay common ... Rutter 1993 7.1 would put in late MH, but could go into LH I we don't have the contextual information to be precise here ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 904: MIDDLE HELLADIC - LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE

a single body sherd of a closed shape, probably the neck of a jug. Buck 1966 motif 57. Continuous loops pendant to rim, sprial in body - Buck 1966 motif 99 3 lower bodies. Fine Clay, very rare white inclusions ... There is a parallel in Mylonas - so likely MH rather than LH but type could continue ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 905: MIDDLE HELLADIC - LATE HELLADIC 1 OPEN SHAPE

Likely an open shape, but not entirely clear. Buck 1966Motif 73.B cf. Eutresis 168.235.4, Korakou P.29 40/41 Eutresis p.153 211.8, Lerna 1955 Hesperia repot Pl 76. Way lines in vertical bands. Cream ... Late MH to LH I. impossible to say more with no context ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 906: MIDDLE HELLADIC LATE HELLADIC I STRIAGHT SIDED CUP;

This sherd is from a Straight sided cup, eg. Buck 1966 Shape A13. We cannot tell if it is a Keftiu cup as not enough is preserved of the lower body to know if there is a midrib. Linear matt painted bands ... This could be as late as LH I ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 907: BASE OF MH/ LATE HELLADIC I OPEN SHAPE

Base sherd of an open shape. It could be a type 3 Vapheio cup, but is matt painted. It could also be a ''panelled'/ semi-ovoid cup. Linear Matt Painted bands Fine palebuff clay, very few to no inclusions ... Blegen Class 2 matt painted. Likely late MH or LH I due to shape ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 908: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC 1 CUP/GOBLET

A body sherd of what seems to be a cup. Exact curvature with Korakou cp.3358 suggests it is a semiovoid cup. Three diagonal lines. Buck motif 64b. Cf. Korakou p.24, 34.6 Lerna, Hesperia 25, pl.40.6 Fine ... Parallels are MH but could be later, but cannot say without contextual information ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 909: MIDDLE HELLADIC/ LATE HELLADIC I JUG/JAR NECK

Two joining sherds that form what is clearly the neck of a closed shape, most likely a jug. Mattpainted horizontal bands around neck with dots and flying V motif between them Green Buff unslipped clay ... This is a Blegen Class 2 Matt Painted sherd. It could be as late as LH I, based on Davis 1979 parallels from Korakou ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 910: MH TO LH I JUG

A single spout fragment Dark on light matt painted alternating bands. Fine buff clay with no visible inclusions Fragment. 1 spout HM ... Could be LH I as there is another example in the Davis Inventoried material from Korakou, but Dark on light non lustrous begins in late MH - cf. Kea V ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 911: MIDDLE HELLADIC - LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD, CLOSED SHAPE

shoulder bands in black matt paint. Two rows horizontal dots between 2 horizontal bands. Buck 1966 motif 132 below. Fine Green Clay no visible inclusions Fragment. one sherd ... MP wares like this are late MH to LH I. See Buck 1966, or Davis 1979 ... Z 911

[Corinth Object] Z 912: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

Likely the shoulder of a jug/jar Tworows of dots between black gands seem to continue below See Korakou inventoried for parallels. Green buff, fine, rare grey black small inclusions. Fragment. Single body ... Blegen Class 2. Dated MH. Could go later as Davis 1979 indicates MPW does not finish in MH ... Z 912

[Corinth Object] Z 913: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC 1 BODY SHERD

Single body sherd likelyfrom the shoulder of a closed jug or jar Triple horizontal band two rows of double dots framed by bands Fine Pale buff clay very rare black inclusions Fragment. 1 sherd ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 914: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

A single body sherd. Chevrons with hanging lines. Cf. Buck 1966 p.262, Motif 50. Fine with small black rare inclusions. Rare small voids. Fragment. 1 body sherd ... Blegen Class 2 Matt painted MH, could push later though ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 915: MIDDLE HELLADIC RIM HANDLED CUP HANDLE

The handle of a rim handled cup. See Buck 1966, shape A6. There is a complete example from the North Cemetery on display in the Museum. Matt Painted horizontal bands on handle - cf. Kirra Pl. 48, 59 and ... An exact parallel from the North Cemetery suggests this is MH in date ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 916: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

The body sherd of a closed shape possibly the shoulder. hatched circles in black matt paint Green fine clay with no inclusions visible Fragment. 1 body sherd handmade ... could be LH I ... Z 916

[Corinth Object] Z 917: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

Matt painted geometric/linear designs Orangey grey fine clayt with occasional red black angular smallinclusions Fragment. 1 body sherd ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 918: RIM OF MIDDLE HELLADIC/LATE HELLADIC I BASIN/KRATER

Long Rim of a basin or krater. Pale borwn slip. Bichrome decoration red black non burnished. Black band under rim, rimissolidly painted inred, groov below rim paintedred. Reddish-Brown pin point shiny ... Parallels from Rutter 1993 but also Davis 1979. This is likely late MH but Matt Painted kraters continue into LH I ... Z 918

[Corinth Object] Z 919: LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE

A body sherd from a closed shape Slipped andburnished. Red band bordered by tw2o very narrow black bands. Fine reddish fabric with rare tiny white inclusions. Fragment. 1 body sherd wheelmade ... Davis 1979. These Polychrome vesses are LH I ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 920: LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

A body sherd. Nothing morecan be said about shape, other than the loops could suggest a cup. No real curvature prserved though. Mainland polychrome style. Highly burnished Red surface, with pendant loops ... Originally dated MH in Zygouries, as Davis, 1979, points out the Mainland polychrome style is in fact almost diagnostic of LH I. Cf. Rutter 1989 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 921: MH LH I BODY SHERD OF OPEN SHAPE

A body sherd of an open shape. Reddish slip, black curvilinear motif with red filling and possibly a sprial motif. Bichrome in style. Fine Fabric with very rare white to black inclusions Fragment. 1 bichrome ... Blegen dates to MH in his Class III of Matt Painted Sherds. Bichrome pottery is (Mathioudaki 2014, Kramer 2004) a hallmark of the end of MH and LH I. in Absence of context it cannot be dated more precisely ... Z 921

[Corinth Object] Z 922: LATE HELLADIC I MAINLAND POLYCHROME BODY SHERD

A body sherd highly burnished with reddish slip Mainland Polychrome thin black band thick red band. Fine Clay with rare white inclusions Fragment. 1 body sherd ... Davis 1979. Mainland Polychrome is diagnostic for LH I ... Z 922

[Corinth Object] Z 923: MIDDLE HELLADIC TO LATE HELLADIC I BODY SHERD

a body sherd of indeterminate shape Slipped, darkk red and black zonal bichrome decoration. Not lustrous and v smooth surface, but not Mainland polychrome. Dark fabric coarse occasional angular white inclusions ... Bichrome could be MH or LH, coarseness suggests MH. No contextual information so precision lacking ... Z 923

[Corinth Object] Z 924: LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE

A body sherd possibly of a closed shape. Mainland Polychrome style Highly burnished, slipped. Think band of black ppaint thick of red. Bichrome. Fine clay with small rare white inclusions Fragment. Body ... Davis 1979 dates polychrome to LH I. See examples in Grave Circle A VI ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 925: LATE HELLADIC I CLOSED SHAPE BODY SHERD

A bodysherd from a closed shape, likely somewhat globular, possibly jug/juglet. It is Mycenaean Lustrous Painted in decoration. Lustrous Paint. Red. 3 horiizontal bands with unfilledcricles between lower ... Blegen dates this sherd MH based on MM III parallels. Redated here to LH I since it is clearly Mycenaean decorated. The unfilled circle motif according to Furumark 1941 fig. 57, only occurs in LH I, giving ... Z 925

[Corinth Object] Z 926: LATE HELLADIC I - IIA BOWL

This is the rim sherd from a fairly deep bowl, or possibly a very shallow cup. Lipless rim. Rim band blac, in and out, deeper in than out. Lustrous painted spiral in black somewhat cracked. Potentially ... The shape, according to Mountjoy MDP is LH IIA, however the flaking paint, (Furumark p.13) and unslipped interior potentially suggest an LH I date ... Z 926

[Corinth Object] Z 927: MH TO LH I JUG

A spoutfragmentlikelyofbeaked jug. Not a cutaway. light on dark non lustrous bands. Fine pale buff clay with no visible inclusions Fragment. Spout of jug ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 928: LATE HELLADIC I SHALLOW SEMI-GLOBULAR CUP ("TEA CUP")

LH I shallow (FS 218) semi-globular cup ("tea cup") (FF 58) with everted rim. Similar to Tiryns Mus. Inv. 27,833 (Mountjoy 1999, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery, p. 93–94, fig. 15.57.). Dark brown ... LH I. LH I or LH IIA based on shape and motif, Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 48, 353, 358, 621. 396–397. LH I based on excavator's reported context (Blegen 1928, Zyrougies, p. 135–136, fig 128.2.) ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 929: LATE HELLADIC I SHALLOW SEMI-GLOBULAR CUP ("TEA CUP")

LH I shallow (FS 218) semi-globular cup ("tea cup") (FF 58) with everted rim. Similar to Tiryns Mus. Inv. 27,833 (Mountjoy 1999, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery, p. 93–94, fig. 15.57.). Dark brown ... LH I. LH I or LH IIA based on shape and motif, Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 48, 353, 358, 621. 396–397. LH I based on excavator's reported context (Blegen 1928, Zyrougies, p. 135–136, fig 128.3.) ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 930: LATE HELLADIC I CYLINDRICAL CUP (VAPHEIO)

LH I Cylindrical Cup (Vapheio) (FF 62, FS 224) with splaying base and horizontal central rib. Similar to CP-226 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, p. 38, Plate IV.2). Dark brown Folitate Band (FM 64, no. 3) on buff ... LH I, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 54–55, 396–397 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 931: LATE HELLADIC I CYLINDRICAL CUP (VAPHEIO)

LH I Cylindrical Cup (Vapheio) (FF 62, FS 224) with straight rim. Similar to CP-3448 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, p. 38, Plate IV.3). Dark brown Folitate Band (FM 64, no. 4), detached dashes variant, on buff ... LH I, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 54–55, 396–397 ... Z 931

[Corinth Object] Z 932: LATE HELLADIC I CYLINDRICAL CUP (VAPHEIO)

LH I Cylindrical Cup (Vapheio) (FF 62, FS 224) with flaring rim. Similar to CP-3448 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, p. 38, Plate IV.3). Red wavy line (FM 64, variant not attested; or Minoan wavy line), framed by ... LH I, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 54–55 ... Z 932

[Corinth Object] Z 933: CONICAL RHYTON

Conical Rhyton (FF 54, FS 199). Similar to NM Inv. 6621=Prosymna-1002 (Blegen 1937, Prosymna, p. 235, fig. 518.1002). Very dark brown Double Axe (FM 35, direct variant not attested by Furumark; most similar ... based on FM similarity to nos. 4 and 13 (Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 327, fig 55) and direct comparanda for the motif to this date (NM Inv. 6747, Mountjoy 1999, Regionaly Mycenaean Decorated ... Z 933

[Corinth Object] Z 934: MYCENAEAN JAR OR JUG

Jug or jar (FF and FS indeterminate) with shoulder, rounded neck moulding, and concave or concave-splaying neck. Light and dark brown slip Curved Stripes (FM 67). Similar to NM Inv. 6958 (Mountjoy 1999, ... LH I, based on excavator's initial opinion (Blegen 1928, Zyrougies, p. 136, fig 128.6) ... Z 934

[Corinth Object] Z 935: LATE HELLADIC IIB DEEP ROUNDED BOWL WITH HORIZONTAL HANDLES

Deep Rounded Bowl with Horizontal Handles (Mycenaean Deep Bowl) (FF 80, FS 279), with everted rim. Similar to CP-307 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, p. 49, fig. 65). Dark brown Pendant (FM 38, no. 7), on pale brown ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 47, 331–332 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 936: MYCENAEAN PITHOID JAR

Probable pithoid jar (FF 7) based on coarseness of fabric, wall thickness, decoration, and only attested use of decorative motif on non-table ware vessels. Conical/Conical-Piriform (FS 16) or Conical-Piriform ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 276–278 ... Z 936

[Corinth Object] Z 937: MYCENAEAN SLENDER PIRIFORM PITHOID JAR

Possible pithos (FF 6) based on coarseness of fabric, wall thickness, decoration (i.e., not fine ware, not cook ware). Possibly slender piriform pithos (FS 16) based on only attested use of decorative ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 396–400 ... Z 937

[Corinth Object] Z 938: MYCENAEAN PITHOID JAR

Probable pithoid jar (FF 7) based on coarseness of fabric, wall thickness, decoration, and only attested use of decorative motif on non-table ware vessels. Slender piriform (FS 16) or Broad Conical-Piriform ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 276–278 ... Z 938

[Corinth Object] Z 939: SHALLOW CUP WITH RING HANDLE

Shallow cup with ring handle (FF 68, FS 237), with everted rim. Similar to Mycenaean Mus. Inv. 2733 (Mountjoy 1999, Regionaly Mycenaean Deocrated Pottery, pp. 93, 95, fig. 15.61). Dark brown to orangy-red ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 268–274 ... Z 939

[Corinth Object] Z 940: SHALLOW CUP WITH RING HANDLE

Shallow cup with ring handle (FF 68, FS 237), with horizonal rim. Similar to Mycenaean Mus. Inv. 2733 (Mountjoy 1999, Regionaly Mycenaean Deocrated Pottery, pp. 93, 95, fig. 15.61). Dark brown to orangy-red ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 268–274 ... Z 940

[Corinth Object] Z 941: LATE HELLADIC IIB–IIIA1 TALL JUG WITH CUT-AWAY NECK (?)

Uncertain closed shape, probably a jug or jar of somewhat globular aspect, based on thickness of vessel wall, ware, decoration, and fineness. Possibly Tall jug with cut-away neck (FF 34) of LH II–IIIA1 ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, pp. 257–260) ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 942: EPHYRAEAN GOBLET

Ephyraean goblet (FF 79) with everted rim. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, Plate VX). Orangey-brown slip Argonaught (FM 22, nos. 4–6), face of cup in Ephyraean style, on pale field. Tendrils ... based on Mountjoy 1983, BSA 78, p. 271 ... Z 942

[Corinth Object] Z 943: EPHYRAEAN GOBLET

Ephyraean goblet (FF 79) with flaring rim. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, Plate VX). Dark brown slip Argonaught (FM 22, nos. 4–6), face of cup in Ephyraean style, on pale field. Tendrils at ... based on Mountjoy 1983, BSA 78, p. 271 ... Z 943

[Corinth Object] Z 944: EPHYRAEAN GOBLET

Ephyraean goblet (FF 79) with vertical strap handle. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, Plate VX). Darl brown Rosette (FM 17, no. 14), pendent at base of strap handle, Ephyraean style, on pale field ... based on Mountjoy 1983, BSA 78, p. 271 ... Ephyraean goblet (FF 79) with vertical strap handle. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928,

[Corinth Object] Z 945: EPHYRAEAN GOBLET

Ephyraean goblet (FF 79) with flaring rim. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, Plate VX). Dark brown and red-brown slip Lily (FM 9, nos. 6 or 7), face of cup in Ephyraean style, on pale field. ... based on Mountjoy 1983, BSA 78, p. 271 ... Z 945

[Corinth Object] Z 946: EPHYRAEAN GOBLET (?)

Ephyraean goblet (FF 79), based on decoration, fabric, style, profile. Similar to Z-276 (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, Plate VX). Dark- and red-brown slip Lily (FM 9, no. 8), face of cup in Ephyraean style, ... based on Mountjoy 1983, BSA 78, p. 271 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 947: MYCENAEAN STIRRUP JAR (FALSE-NECKED JAR)

Strirrup jar (False-necked jar) (FF 46). Red slip tricurved arch (FM 62) on very fine pink upper shoulder register, above one thick and at least four thin horizontal bands. Solid red band around base of ... based on excavator's original conjecture (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, p. 138–139, fig. 130). No exact FM 62 type attested to aid in dating, not enough is preserved to understand the shape of the body to determine ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 948: MYCENAEAN DEEP ROUNDED BOWL WITH HORIZONTAL HANDLES

Deep Rounded Bowl with Horizontal Handles (FF 80, FS 284). Similar to CP-2771 (Rutter 1981, The LH IIIB and IIIC Periods at Korakou and Gonia, fig. 18.14). Orange-brown slip Tricurved Arch (FM 62, no ... Early LH IIIB, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 51, 391–394, 634 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 949: LATE HELLADIC IIIA2–B VESSEL

Late Helladic IIIA2-B vessel. Red-brown framed zigzag (FM 62, no. 12) on buff field on external body. Very fine pink clay with no inclusions. Fragment. Single frgt., preserving part of body, slipped. Myc ... LH IIIA2–B, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 383, 386–389 ... Z 949

[Corinth Object] Z 950: LATE HELLADIC IIIA2/B1 STEMMED CUP OR KYLIX

Mycenaean Kylix (Stemmed Cup) (FF 79, FS 257) with everted rim. Similar to Ay. Stephanos 73-402 (Mountjoy 1999, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery, pp. 271–272, fig. 90.109). Red-brown Mycenaean III ... LH IIIA2, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 284–288, who classes it as LH IIIA2 late, but see Mountjoy 1986, Mycenaean Decorated Pottery ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 951: MYCENAEAN LARGE OPEN VESSEL

Larger open vessel of indeterminate shape. Possibly a deep bowl or Krater. White painted Scale Pattern (FM 70) on dark reddish-brown slipped field. No direct FM variant: two rows of downward facing alternating ... "Later" LH III in Blegen's terms (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, p. 139). LH IIIB pressumed based on closest parallel of FM (Furumark, 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 403, 405–406) ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 952: MYCENAEAN CLOSED VESSEL

Body sherd of closed vessel. Undetermined, but possibly Lily (FM 9) or Cuttlefish (FM 21), with added white circles with single dot in center. Very fine pink clay without inclusions. Fragment. Single frgt., ... "Later" LH III in Blegen's classification, based on Blegen 1928, Zygouries, p. 139–140, fig. 131.2 ... Z 952

[Corinth Object] Z 953: MYCENAEAN PITHOID JAR (?)

Possibly a Pithoid Jar (FF 7). Brown Panelled Pattern (FM 75, no. 11: Quirk) on very light brown field. Uncertain decoration consisting of two adjacent, curving lines on in pictorial "metope" register ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 414, 416–420 ... Z 953

[Corinth Object] Z 954: MYCENAEAN STIRRUP JAR (FALSE-NECKED JAR)

Strirrup jar (False-necked jar) (FF 46). Reddish-brown Mycenaean III Flower (FM 18) accessory in very pale brown handle zone. Monocrhome reddish-brown on outward side of handles. Five thin brownish-red ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 955: LATE HELLADIC IIIB HANDMADE MINIATURE BOWL

A handleless, handmade, miniature bowl (FS 126). Vertical lines from rim down towards horizontal line on body. Rim is fully coated. Very fine, very pale, brown clay. No observable inclusions, very rare ... LH IIIB1. Based on Mountjoy 1987, pp. 102, 126. Could be LH IIIB2, but dated by context - most Zygouries material is LH IIIB:1. See Thomas 1993 ... Z 955

[Corinth Object] Z 956: MYCENAEAN STEMMED CUP (KYLIX)

Stemmed cup (Kylix) (FF 79, FS 266). Dark brown U-pattern (FM 45, no. 3) in continuous band around bowl, on very pale brown field, with dark brown band on exterior and top of lip. Very fine very pale brown ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 59–62, 345, 351–352 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 957: MYCENAEAN DEEP SEMIGLOBULAR CUP

Deep semiglobular cup (FF 58, FS 214). Similar to Krisa Mus. Inv. 6153 (Mountjoy 1999, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery, p. 756, 758, fig. 294.58). Dark brown Zigzag (FM 61, no. 2) with one dark brown ... based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 383–388 ... Z 957

[Corinth Object] Z 958: MYCENAEAN MINIATURE CUP WITH ONE VERTICAL AND TWO HORIZONTAL HANDLES (?)

Possibly a Cup with One Vertical and Two Horizontal Handles (FF 75, FS 245), miniature, based on S-shaped profile, base, and horizontal handle, but second horizontal handle and vertical handle are not ... based on Mountjoy 1999, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery, p. 1227; Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 48, 370–375 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 959: MYCENAEAN DEEP ROUNDED BOWL WITH HORIZONTAL HANDLES

Deep rounded bowl with horizontal handles (Mycenaean Deep Bowl) (FF 80), everted rim. Similar to CP-307 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, p. 49, fig. 65). Reddish-brown unidentified "fantastical creature" (FM 8, ... based on use of pictorial decorations not prior to LH III. "Later" LH III in Blegen's terms (Blegen 1928, Zygouries, pp. 139) ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 960: LATE HELLADIC IIIB KRATER

Deep Krater with Two Vertical Handles (FF 3, FS 9). Similar to Eutresis No. 176 (Goldamn 1931. Eutresis, p. 189, fig. 263.5). Dark brown Whorl Shells (FM 23, no. 9, variant with interior loop in mouth) ... Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 383–388 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 961: GEOMETIC OPEN-SHAPED VESSEL

Very fine very pale brown clay. Fragment. Two joining frgts., preserving entire base and part of lower body ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 969: MYCENAEAN DEEP ROUNDED BOWL WITH HORIZONTAL HANDLES

Deep Rounded Bowl with Horizontal Handles (FF 80, FS 279). Similar to CP-307 and CP-308 (Blegen 1921, Korakou, pp. 48–49, figs. 64–65). Dark brown festoon design covering rim and hanging down onto body, ... LH IIB, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 47–48, 633 ... Z

[Corinth Object] Z 970: MYCENAEAN CYLINDRICAL CUP (VAPHEIO)

Cylindrical Cup ("Vapheio" Cup) (FF 62, FF 225, no. 4) : slightly concave and slightly tappering, flat bottom, broad central rib. Similar to Furtwaengler and Loeschcke 1886, Mykenische Vasen, p. 17, pl ... LH IIIA1, based on Furumark 1941, Mycenaean Pottery, p. 271–272, 623 ... Z 970