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Jar (?) fragment

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Jar (?) fragment. Slight curvature. Buff clay, worn brown-black paint. Three horizontal rows of decoration: above, solid circles; in the middle, worn "tulip" blossoms, the rims remaining like arcs; below, stemmed "tulip" blossoms. Floral Style.

Provenance

From Richard Seager's Excavation at Mochlos, Crete.

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. T. James Bowlker

Early Aegean, Minoan, Bronze Age, Late Minoan I B Period, Late Minoan I B, about 1450 B.C.

Findspot

Mochlos, Crete, Greece

Dimensions

4.8 cm (1 7/8 in.)

Accession Number

09.787

Medium or Technique

Ceramic

Collections

The Ancient World

Classifications

Vessels