Corinth Object: KP 1156
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   KP 1156
Category:   Pottery
Category Code:   KP
Object Number:   1156
Decoration:   On the neck, a symposium. A reclining youth looks back right and reaches in that direction with his right hand; in his left hand he holds a black-glazed skyphos. Parts of another banqueter, and objects on the walls above the couches. Relief contours for youth's body and clothing; ouline of hair reserved. On edge of rim, simple meander; on neck above figure scene, enclosed palmettes. Similar in style to the Eucharides Painter.
Material:   Fine, reddish yellow clay with rare small white inclusions and rare voids.
Munsell Color:   5YR 7/6 (reddish yellow)
Condition:   Fragment. 26 frgts, some joining, of a volute krater. 5 volute frgts, 2 joining. 5 rim frgts, none joining. 16 body fragments, two sets of 2 joining, one set of 4 joining. Slip flaking in places.
Manufacture:   C20 WM
Weight Description:   .723
Weight:   .723
Period:   5th c. B.C.
Chronology:   490-480 B.C. (Stillwell and Benson 1984, Corinth 15.3, p. 364)
Area:   Potters' Quarter
Context:   NB114 P81
Provenance:   Athens
Findspot Description:   Potters' Quarter. South of Terracotta Factory, Deposit 7.
Bibliography:   Stillwell and Benson 1984, Corinth 15.3, cat. 2306
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Monument: Potters' Quarter
Images (11)
Notebook Page: NB 114, spread 46 (pp. 80 - 81)