rough thumb-marked surface charactei'istic of the Kamares fabric. Fig. 133 is
a remarkable Variation on the design discussed on p. 131, and the round-
Fro. 129.—(1 : 3). Fig. 130. -(1 : 3).
Kamäkks Pottery fkom Phylakopi.
(Designs in white and red on a black-glazed surface.)
topped flower between each pair of spirals has been already mentioned in
connection with a pattern which occurs very frequently on the beaked jvigs of