Agora Object: P 871
Inventory Number:   P 871
Section Number:   ΣΤ 714
Title:   Oinochoe Fragment: Corinthian
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Fragmentary neck only preserved; mended from many pieces; the height of the neck and about two-thirds of the circumference preserved.
Decoration in red paint: fine lines encircle the neck, around the middle of which runs a decorated zone: in front hatched diamonds, on the sides a butterfly pattern separated by vertical lines. The decoration does not meet behind the handle. At the top of the neck, inside the rim, not preserved, a red band. On the shoulder, rays starting from the base of the neck.
Fine pinkish-buff clay.
Cf. Johansen (1923), Les vases sicyoniens, p. 20, pl. VII:2; a rare type in Greece itself; date probably early 7th c. B.C.; Payne (1931), Necrocorinthia, p. 13, fig. 6; Levi, loc.cit. p. 169, fig. 485.
ADDENDA Bit of lip found later.
Negatives:   Leica, 3-47, 3-81
Dimensions:   Diam. (neck, bottom inside) 0.084; P.H. 0.084; P.Th. ca. 0.005
Date:   28 April 1932
Section:   ΣΤ
Grid:   ΣΤ:44-45/ΚΓ-ΚΑ
Elevation:   65.65m.
Masl:   65.65m.
Deposit:   H 17:4
Lot:   Lot ΣΤ 161
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Hesperia 2 (1933), p. 568, no. 101, fig. 15.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:Johansen (1923), p. 20, pl. VII:2.
    Agora:Object:Payne (1931), p. 13, fig. 6.
    Agora:Object:Levi, loc.cit. p. 169, fig. 485.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 2 (1933)
Publication Page: Agora 8, s. 128, p. 114
Deposit: H 17:4
Card: P 871
Card: P 871