Corinth Object: C 1934 62
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   C 1934 62
Category Code:   C
Year:   1934
Object Number:   62
Description:   Bowl with widely flaring, hollow stem foot, hemispherical body, plain rounded lip.
Decoration:   Incised-Sgraffito (Medallion-Style), as Corinth XI, cat. no. 1436, fig. 125. Thick white slip on interior and overlapping lip. Incised on floor: small central medallion with 6-petal rosette composed of a spiraling tendril with outlines raised, centers scraped back; medallion surrounded by narrow band of beading. Light green glaze all over, thicker inside to over lip outside.
Material:   Moderately fine red clay with few white inclusions, some popped. (breaks covered). Phyllite A1? (no fresh break).
Munsell Color:   2.5YR 5/4 (reddish brown)
Condition:   Complete profile. Ten joining frgts. and one non-joining fr. assembled in plaster, giving complete profile; complete foot, 3/4 body to lip. Restored.
Manufacture:   C70 WM
Dimensions Actual:   H00.081 D00.081 (foot) D00.142 (lip)
Weight Description:   0.282
Weight:   0.282
Period:   Late Byzantine (1059-1210 AD)
Chronology:   c. 1170-1200 (G.Sanders)
Bibliography:   AJA 1935 P077 Fig.3a; Corinth XI N1479
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Morgan, Corinth 11, 1942
Publication: Morgan, American Journal of Archaeology 39.1, 1935
Image: digital 2007 1140
Notebook Page: NB 142, spread 15 (pp. 20 - 21)