Attic Fine Pottery Of The Archaic To Hellenistic Periods In by Catherine Morgan

By Catherine Morgan

This ebook reports the character and social functionality of Attic nice pottery imported to the Greek colony of Phanagoria within the Taman Peninsula, southern Russia. the 1st a part of the ebook studies the historical past of study at Phanagoria, and provides an absolutely illustrated catalogue of Attic imports from the excavations of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1971-1996) and latterly the collage of London. A concluding part examines imports from town and its cemeteries within the wider context of the "Bosporan state, drawing jointly a wide selection of comparanda in particular from the towns of the Taman Peninsula. through comparability of knowledge from Athens, the northern Aegean, Ionia, and the northern Black Sea, the altering position of Attic pottery in Black Sea exchange is classified.

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The name bolsal is a modern coinage, although the shape’s morphological links are clear (Agora XII, 107–108); an example from Haleis (ADelt 31 [1976], 309 fig. 6, pl. 75) bears the graffito SK, probably for skyphos (although see pp. 224–225 for a problematic use of this term in the Taman). In the case of the mug, however, I depart from Agora XII, 70, where Talcott and Sparkes follow Beazley (ARV, ix, cf. ARV 2, 1, oinochoe shape 8) in placing it after the oinochoe. Clearly, as they note, the mug could serve as a measure or dipper, but that it was primarily a drinking vessel is emphasized in its probable ancient names, kotyliskion or kothon.

Early Hellenistic. g. Agora XXIX, figs. 24–34. Upper City, 1979: Area 9. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. Black-Figure 11 Pls. 2, 32 Shoulder sherd. Row of tongues radiating from junction with neck. Brown wash. Ht. 015, w. 036, th. 005. Ca. 530 onwards. Upper City, 1979: Area 9, layer 20. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. Pelike Red-Figure 12 Pls. 2, 32 Neck pelike. Neck sherd, just below rim. Fillet below outturn to rim: probably roundsection handle scar at bottom right. Palmette frieze with border line; relief line around CATALOGUE 9 – 14 33 palmette.

TOILET VESSELS45 Pyxis 5. DRINKING46 mug, skyphos, bolsal, cup-skyphos, cup, kantharos, cup-kantharos 6. SMALL OPEN47 one-handler, bowl, phiale, saltcellar, echinus bowl, exaleiptron 45 Included in this category are shapes (in the case of the Phanagoria assemblage, solely the pyxis) which undoubtedly served as women’s toilet vessels (Agora XII, 173–174; although the pyxis could also have served as a general container or display vessel). Shapes classified as oil containers (see note 44 above) and serving dishes (notably lekanides) could well have done so, but could equally have served other functions.

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