Corinth Object: C 1947 113a
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   C 1947 113a
Category Code:   C
Year:   1947
Object Number:   113
Object Suffix:   a
Description:   Articulated kantharos with flaring ring base. Resting surface tapered to convex underside with nipple in center. Exterior of foot has profile wheel grooved in two degrees. Biconical body with angular carination set at approx. two thirds the height of the body. Lower walls straight, inclined. Lower walls slightly convex, inclined. Tapered lip outturned.
Decoration:   Black glaze over all. Groove at bottom of handle zone and groove just below lip.
Material:   Fine very pale brown clay with few fine to small black inclusions, rare medium to very large inclusions, rare large red inclusions, and frequent fine sparkling inclusions.
Munsell Color:   10YR 8/3 very pale brown
Condition:   Fragment. Eight joining frgts., preserving all of foot except several chips and one-fourth body. Surface has black glaze half worn.
Manufacture:   WM
Dimensions Actual:   diam. of foot 0.051, H. of carination 0.037, max. diam. of body 0.110
Dimensions Preserved:   H. 0.072
Weight Description:   0.074
Weight:   0.074
Period:   Hellenistic
Bibliography:   Corinth VII.3 p.85 no.469
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Edwards, Corinth 7.3, 1975
Image: digital 2005 0467