By D. A. Amyx, Patricia Lawrence
Within the first component of this booklet, Amyx catalogues and discusses greater than two hundred fragments of Archaic Corinthian pottery with determine ornament, chosen from these formerly unpublished or inadequately released. The authors have additionally given cognizance to vase-painters of the Protocorinthian and Corinthian sessions who have been formerly recognized mainly from works exported in antiquity, and feature succeeded in constructing the significance of the Corinth Museum as a middle for the examine of the Corinthian type. within the moment part, Lawrence provides the contents of a good dug and crammed within the Archaic interval. the cloth levels from Early Protocorinthian to overdue Corinthian and contains a huge physique of fabric from a potters' unload, right here taken care of individually. form improvement and chronology were demonstrated, in particular for oinochoai and kotylai, in keeping with the lengthy sequence of stratified examples. different fabric within the fill contains coarse ware and fragmentary nice ware. The authors characteristic a few items to identified and newly pointed out vase-painters.
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Of crosses and dots (sparse). H. 086,D. 121, D. 046, Outer edge of foot glazed; underneath, three concenD. 177. tric bands. Red, details of animals. CATALOGUE From Archaic Well D, east of Museum, excavations of 1940. On the context, see under 10. By the same hand as 50 and 51. Of the three, this kotyle seems to be the earliest. Early Corinthian. 53 KOTYLE (FRAGMENTARY). P1. 8. C-40-159. Part of foot, small parts of body missing and restored in plaster. H. 091, D. 117, D. 169, D. 049. Pale yellow-buff clay, black to smoky brown glaze; added red; interior glazed (thin near top).
Early Corinthian (early). 55 KOTYLE (FRAGMENTARY). PI. 9. C-40-164. One handle, parts of rim and body missing, and restored in plaster. H. 087, D. 118 (nearly circular), D. 163, D. 049. 25 Warm yellow-buff clay, black to brown glaze; added red. Interior: glazed to near top; below rim, narrow reserved band. ; two bands; rays. : dot-in-circle rosettes. Exterior of foot glazed; underneath, two concentric bands around a central dot. Red for details of animals. Coarse style. From Archaic Well D, east of Museum, excavations of 1940.
Uncommonly well articulated and careful drawing. A. 38). , LXVIII, 1964, p. 389). Early Corinthian. ) (FRAGMENT). P1. 6. CP-2303. ). H. W. 042. Pinkish clay; firm glaze, red brown in parts. ; incised rosettes. Below, three bands. Like 44 the present fragment belongs in the general EC following of the Sphinx Painter. The goat, espe- 23 cially in the complex of lines around the mouth, is generally related to those by the Polyteleia Painter (see 17), but 45 is later, fully EC, and the drawing is looser.
Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well (Corinth vol.7.2) by D. A. Amyx, Patricia Lawrence