Agora Object: AP 2563
Inventory Number:   AP 2563
Title:   One-Handled Conical Bowl, Linear
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Fragmentary Mycenaean bowl with ONE horizontal handle, low foot, incurving rim.
Exterior red horizontal bands - one around top of foot, two around center below handle, one near top of rim. Interior brownish glaze with reserved circle at bottom.
Buff clay.
ADDENDA 2018: Frag. b, one rim sherd added from lot 481 (VI B).
Fourteen sherds mended into four sections of a conical bowl with incurving rim, horizontal, round-section handle, and conical ring base.
The exterior decoration consists of a narrow lip band with a medium band running below the rim, two medium bands running below the handle zone, and a medium band at the junction of the bowl and the foot. The upper surface of the horizontal handle is painted with a single splash of paint.
The interior is monochrome with a reserved circle left at the base. The paint is thick and fairly uniformly applied, but fired differentially from red-brown to dark brown. There are no traces of use-wear or burning.
Furumark Shape: 242
Context:   Oscar Broneer, Nb. No. 5. Aglaurion, ca. 5.50-6.70m.
IV(4), VI(1), VII(2), XII(1), UK(6)
Notebook Page:   71
Dimensions:   P.H. ca. 0.085; Diam. (top) ca. 0.15
H. 0.085; Diam. (rim) 0.154 (35%); Diam. (base) 0.050 (100%)
Date:   19-20 May 1937
9-11 June 1937
2-5 April 1938
Bibliography:   Hesperia 8 (1939), p. 378, fig. 59,a.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 8 (1939)
Card: AP 2563