|Inventory Number:||B 91|
|Section Number:||Ζ 437|
|Description:||An ornament with a conventionalized design separated by chevrons. It has scallops on edge.|
In two pieces, one a small fragment joining the main piece at the left ; small fragments missing from edge. Otherwise intact.
Rows of raised dots follow the scalloped edges of the ornament and outline the oblong, oval pattern at the center. Each scallop holds a central boss. At the squarer end of the object, three large raised dots on either side. The oblong center is decorated with an incised design thrice repeated : a conventionalized flower and spiral pattern. Bands of chevron between the designs. A row of large raised dots down the middle of the oblong design.
ADDENDA, February 2002: Small joining fragment missing.
|Context:||Square pit. Turkish group 3.|
16th c. A.D. - first half of 17th c. A.D.
|Dimensions:||H. 0.101; W. 0.064|
|Date:||20 April 1933|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 11 (1942), p. 10, fig. 16.|
|References:||Publication: Hesperia 11 (1942)|
Image: 2012.51.0812 (XXIII-49)
Deposit: H 10:1
Notebook Page: Ζ-4-10 (pp. 597-598)
Notebook Page: Ζ-6-17 (pp. 1003-1004)
Card: B 91