Pendlebury, John D.
The archaeology of Crete: an introduction — London, 1939

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THE EARLY MINOAN PERIOD 83

is a zigzag between lines running round the body of the vase,
the resulting triangles being alternately hatched and left plain.
Fig. ii, i, shows the commonest scheme which occurs below
the rims of cups. PI. XIII, 3, g, shows it spread over the whole

Fig. 11.-—Patterns on Early Minoan iii Pottery

vase. Most of the decoration, in fact, is confined by bordering
lines which sometimes run up at a slant as in PI. XIII, 4, c and e,
°r depend in loops as in PI. XIII, 3, d. The general rule is
horizontal designs, never the vertical ones which appear in
M.M.i.
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