Decorated Type C1 Mycenaean bowl found in Section 1 SE4 of Kiapha Thiti (Attica)

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AO0307.1

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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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Digital image in .jpg format depicting a decorated Mycenaean bowl (Goblet in the German publications) found in Section 1 SE4 (SE = stratigraphische Einheit: stratigraphic unit) of Kiapha Thiti (Attica) belonging to Type C1 pottery. It is 17 cm in diamater at the rim, 6 cm diameter at the base, and 13 cm tall. It is pale brown and decorated with dark brown motifs of horizontal bands and spirals. It has no handles. This shape is among the best documented open vessel of Mycenaean pottery at Kiapha Thiti. It dates to LHIIA-LHIIB, and possibly as early as LHI. (Marburger-Winckelmann Programm 1990)

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