Greek, Roman and Byzantine Pottery at Ilion (Troia):
Sebastian Heath and Billur Tekkök, Editors
Attic Black-Glaze
Please note that this is a public draft of work in progress
The presence of Attic wares at Troia is discussed in Berlin and Lynch 2002.
1. Attic Black-Glaze Small Bowl Profile (BC 475-425)
D09.0745:2. SC03-2m. Full profile preserved. Black glaze on all surfaces.
Agora XII cf. Pl. 34 no. 941, Pl. 33 no. 845.
2. Attic Black-Glaze Bowl Rim (BC 410-380)
z07.0007:14. SC03-2r. Single rim sherd. Black glaze on all surfaces.
Agora XII cf. Pl. 32, no. 803, 794.
3. Attic Black-Glaze Hydria Fragment (BC 375-350)
D09.1841:1. SC04-1a. Two joining body sherds. Black glaze on all surfaces. Horizontal garland in raised lines on exterior.
Agora XII 239, pl. 3.
4. Attic Black-Glaze Bolsal (350-300 BC)
P. H. .018. Est. diam. base .084 (4/5 preserved). Th. .004.
D09.2876:11. Three joining sherds, partially preserve foot and outer edge of floor. Attic clay, thick slightly lustrous black slip on interior and exterior. Scraped groove with miltos on interior face of foot. Groove on base of exterior wall. Two concentric rouletted circles on interior floor. At left in photograph.
First published as Berlin 2002 no. 51; see the same for stratigraphic context. Agora XXIX no. 169, fig 13, pl 142.
General Bibliography
Sparkes, Brian and Lucy Talcott. 1970. The Athenian Agora, Volume XII: Black and plain pottery of the 6th, 5th and 4th centuries B.C.. Princeton. []
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