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

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C. 0. EDGAR

11. Same wäre as the preceding. The Upper part has a black design on a white slip, the

lowcr part is oovered with a sliyhtly lustrous red coat. About 1 : 3.

12. Por the fabrio see p. 152. Part of beaked jag with handle stuck through ; purplish clay

with rather dull black coat and white paint. About 1 : 3.

13. From large vessel with broad rim; red clay. and chalk}' white slip ; design in red and

black, a line of red between two of blaek, both colours being matt and powdery
(quite different from the wäre of Sect. 10). About 1 : 4.

14. Same wäre as 1-8. Scale about 4 : 9.

15. Same wäre as 12. From a beaked jug ; brown surface and white paint. About 1 : 3.
10. Conventionalized man ? About 4 : 9.

17. Slightly lustrous surface, red to left of the two vertical lines and black to right. The

head is in profile ; two short lines (not fully visible in the reproduction) project down-
wards from lower part of face as in the latcr geometric style (cf. Jahrbuch, 1899,
p. 85, Fig. 44). Scale 1 : 3.

18. Same elass of wäre as 17 ; white design on brown coat. The figure apparently has a

Short sword in Iiis girdle.

19. Same wäre as 12 and 15 ; coarse, red clay with surface varying from black to red. Hands

of same t}*pe as on 17. Design above handle consists of a eircle filled by three vertical
lines. Height 20 cm.

PLATE XIV.

Beaked Jugs, and Fragments of similar Vasen, of the Claus described in Sect. 9.

1. Ht. 205 mill. Spiral chain round neck, dotted rosettes on breasts, double spirals (cf.

No. 10) at intervals round body, band round foot.

2. Height 305 mill. There is another griffin below handle.

3. Scale 1 : 3. Beaked jug.

4. Scale 1 : 4.

0 a, b, c. See p. 109. Scale of b and c about 1 : 3.

7. Fragment of beaked jug. 7 : 15.

8. Beaked jug. 1 :4.

9. From a beaked jug. 7 : 15.

10. From below handle of beaked jug (cf. No. 5). Scale 7 : 15.

11. Fragment of a jug. 6:13.

12. Fragment of jug with broad Hat rim. 0 : 13.

PLATE XV.

1-16. Fragments of rather shallow cups (Sect. 9, No. 4). 15 and 16 belong to class (et),
7, 8, 9, 11, 13 to {b), and 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 12 to (c). 15 has two impressed dots beside
base, and part of a small incised mark is visible on 0. 9 has a design on the inside
as well.

17-20 are speeimens of the round-bottomed bowls described in Sect. 9, No. 4. 19 is of the
same wäre as the others, but has a slightly lustrous black coat, and the design is
painted in white.

Scale :— 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10, 12, 13 = 6 : 13.

5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 14 = 7 : 15.
15, 17 = 1 :3.
16 nearly 1 : 2.
18-20 about 1 : 3.

PLATE XVI.

1-10. Panelled Cups (Sect. 9, JVb. 5)

1. Note mark on edge of base.

3. Frieze of buerania (cf. PI. XV. 13).

6. Light brown ground-colour on panel; white spots.
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