Greek Corinthian shipwreck pottery assemblage

G60

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A group of three Corinthian pottery vessels recovered from a shipwreck. The pxyis retains traces of extensive figurative decoration below the accretions, the other two vessels only retain traces of plain slip.

Culture
Greek, Corinth, 6th Century BC

Condition
Losses and marine accretions as seen in the photographs. The bowl repaired from two pieces and the pyxis lid repaired from four pieces

Size
Pyxis: 4.8 x 7.2 cms, bowl: 4.7 x 7.7 cms, lekythos body 4 x 5.5 cms

Provenance
Ex. private collection, Bonn, Germany; acquired mid to late 20th Century

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