Wall sherd of East Greek (North Ionian?) black figure pottery closed vessel; orange clay with silver mica; cream slip, dark brown and red paint; part of a feline to left (forelegs and part of lower belly preserved); filling ornaments: roughly drawn rosettes; two narrow stripes painted below main decorative field; red patch on one of the forelegs; incision used for details of feline and of rosettes.

An00059711 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
vessel
Subject
animal
Techniques
painted, slipped, incised
Ware
Black Figure

Place

Found In
Sanctuary of Apollo
Made In
North Ionia

Time

Acquired In
1886
Made
6thC BC early
Period/Culture
East Greek, Archaic Greek

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