Corinth Object: C 1975 39
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   C 1975 39
Title:   ATTIC RED-FIGURE OPEN CUP
Category Code:   C
Year:   1975
Object Number:   39
Description:   Vessel profile strongly convex.
Decoration:   Lustrous black glaze. A. from mid body, Interior glazed. Exterior:A draped female at viewer's left, nude male to R. of female figure left central part of torso and left arm from upper arm to wrist are preserved. Figure wears belted peplos; left arm bare. Pose frontal. Left arm appearst to be akimbo. Of male, chin, almost all of torso, genitals, upper right thigh and all of right arm to wrist preserved. Dorso in 3/4 right view, head faces 1., weight on right leg. R
Right arm extended to side. Details in diut glaze. Right nipple in thinner glaze.B. figured zone aboeve groove. Left foot and bit of right (?0 drawn front on, but of billowing drapery above. Legs of male figure at right, While Fragmet B becomes his feet. To right f male are folds of drapery, possibly from a chlamys. Some drapery at ca. feet level of draped female at left also added by new fragment. Woman was perhaps seated to left on a rock.
Material:   Fine clay with no detectable inclusions
Munsell Color:   5YR 6/6 reddish yellow
Condition:   Fragment. Three joined fragments, broken all around.
Dimensions Preserved:   H. 0.050, W. 0.069 m.
Period:   5th c. B.C.
Chronology:   ca. 420-400 BCE
Area:   Forum southwest
Context:   NB624 B51 P65
    NB624 B56 P70
Provenance:   Attica
Findspot Description:   Forum Southwest
Bibliography:   Hesperia 1987, p. 301, #92
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Monument: Forum southwest