Atkinson, Thomas [Mitarb.]
Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos — London, 1904

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CONTENTS.

FIO. PAOB

143. Rim and Shoulder of large Vase ..................... 156

144. Interior of shallow Vase ........................... 156

145. Wash-hand Vase 1 ... .'......... .................. 157

146. Vase with turned-over Rim ........................ 157

147. Censer? .................................... 158

148. Fragments of Cypriote Bowl ........................ 158

149. Cretan Wild Goat .............................. 176

150. Impressed Signs................................. 177

— Table of Signs ................................. 179

151. Scratched Signs................................'. 180

152. Geometrical Marks ............... ............... "182

153. Fish-sign fromDictaean Libation-table .................. 182

154. Early Babylonian Signs for Fish ..................... 182

155. Pair of Linear Characters from Base of Vessel............... 183

156. Sign-groups from Cnossian Tablets ..................... 183

157. Sign-group from Seal-Impression ..................... 183

158. Identical Forms at Phylakopi and Cnossos.................. 184

159. Non-Cnossian Group of Signs ........................ 184

160. Terracotta Statuette from Cameiros ... .................. 188

161. Stone Mould and Axe-head cast in it.................... 191

162. Ivory Signet-Ring.............................. 193

163. Ivory Finial ................................. 193

164. Marble Jar................................... 195

165. Stone Cup.................................... 196

166. 167. Steatite ' Blossom-Bowls'............ ............ 197

168. Steatite Bowl with Oblique Fluting..................... 198

• 169. „ „ with Horizontal Grooves.................. 198

170. „ ,, (hemispherical) ........................ 198

171. Dish of Micaceous Schist ........................... 198

172. Grooved lmplement of Slate ........................ 199

173. Pestles and Mortars ... ........................... 200

174. Plummet of Porous Trachyte ........................ 201

175. Forked Object of Tufa ........................ ... 201

176. Hindquarters of Terracotta Cow in Native Melian Ware......... 204

177. Forepart of Terracotta Cow in Iniported Mycenaean Ware ...... 204

178. 179. Heads of Bulls, completed....................... 205

180. Terracotta Boat................................. 206

181. Miniature Stool.................... ............ 206

182. Box-like vessel, with three Openings at Top ............... 207

183. Box with Rounded Feet ........................... 208

184. Steatite Lamp .............................. ... 209

185. Section of Clay Lamp............................. 209

186. Standard Lamp............... .................. 210

187. Lamp of Tufa ................................ 211
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