Three fragments of cup

Early Aegean, Minoan
Bronze Age, Late Minoan I A Period
Late Minoan I A, about 1550 B.C.


Findspot: Greece, Crete, Mochlos

Accession Number

09.777a-c

Medium or Technique

Ceramic

Not On View

Collections

The Ancient World

Classifications

Vessels

Three fragments of a large tall cup. Two rim fragments; fine thin highswung ribbon handle. Straight profile above, rounded below. Buff clay, red-orange paint. Handle has two painted bands at side; underside of handle unpainted. Glazed inside (on one sherd this is worn off); outside, band at rim, and one (?) row of thick-rimmed spirals with double spiral vertical as connector, the inner line of the spiral center forks like a small leaf. The centers of the main spirals may be solid.

Provenance

From Richard Seager's Excavation at Mochlos, Crete.

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. T. James Bowlker