The Neolithic and Bronze Ages (Athenian Agora) by Sara A. Immerwahr
By Sara A. Immerwahr
(American institution of Classical experiences 1971)
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Fragment preserves about one-half of rim and one handle. Gritty gray buff clay; bright red slip outside and on inside of lip, with good burnish. Low slightly flaring rim with straight lip; horizontal lug pierced twice vertically set high on shoulder; parallel ridges extend downward making inverted U-attachment, as on 1,3, 7, and 12. Late Neolithic. P1. 2. 14. Fragment of Red Burnished Jar. P 10641. Well, T 26:l. H. , est. D. lip ca. 11 m. Fragment of shoulder and neck of jar like 1; no handle preserved.
3. P 14741. Well, U 24:2. H. W. 10 m. Fragment from wall of open, almost hemispherical, bowl with plain lip. , apparently the result of flaked-off matt paint. Late Neolithic. 27. Fragment of Open Bowl. P1. 3. P 13985. Well, S 27 :3. Max. dim. 12 m. Large fragment from near base of bowl. Gritty brown clay, gray at core; red burnished slip inside and out, with radiating panels of parallel diagonal lines, probably once painted in matt white. Of the pattern only the wearing away of the surface where the paint has flaked off remains.
08 m. Body, put together from many pieces, preserved to curve of shoulder; one fragment has part of plain nearly vertical lip. Coarse reddish brown clay, a little soft; orangered slip, with an even medium burnish. Ovoid shape with flattened base, like 5. No handles preserved. Late Neolithic. PIS. 2, 68. 11. Fragmentary Red Burnished Jar. P 13038. Well, T 25:l. H. 12 m. Three fragments, the largest preserving much of rounded wall and start of flattened bottom, as well as one pair of lug handles at top.