Black and Plain Pottery of the 6th, 5th, and 4th Centuries B.C.
American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1970 - Agora (Athens, Greece) - 472 pages
This massive (two-part) volume focuses on pottery produced between 600 and 300 B.C. in Athens and discovered during excavations at the Athenian Agora. Sparkes discusses the black glaze and Talcott the domestic (household and kitchen) wares of the period. Over 2,040 pieces of black-glaze pottery are catalogued and described, with many drawings and photographs.
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LIST or ILLUSTRATIONs vii
PottERs PAINTERs GROUPs CLASSEs 421
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND LIST of PUBLICATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONs 443
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3rd century 4th century 5th century B.C. 8I H Acrocup Agora amphora archaic askos Athens Attic and imported B.C. and earlier B.C. Depth B.C. Dumped filling B.C. Filling B.C. Scanty Beazley bedrock Berlin Burial Choes chytra Cistern Construction filling Cooking ware Corbett Cup-kantharos Cup-skyphos early 5th excavated fragments Greek half of 4th Heavy dumped filling Hellenistic Hesperia Household ware Hydria Impressed Decoration cont Incised and Impressed kados kantharos Kothon last quarter Lekane lekythos London Louterion material Museum oinochoe One-handler ostraka painter Pelike pithos plain wares plate pottery Profiles Psykter Published deposit pyxis quarter of 4th red-figure Roman Sacrificial pyre Scanty dumped filling shaft shapes skyphos ſl-I stemmed dish Stoa Stoa of Attalos subdivisions Suppl supplementary filling third quarter Tholos Thompson Thurible upper fill vases VIII wall XVIII