By G. Roger Edwards
This document specializes in the pottery produced in Corinth within the Hellenistic interval all the way down to the time of that city's destruction by means of Mummius in 146 B.C. Imported pottery of the interval, in addition to Corinthian Hellenistic ware chanced on in different places, has been intentionally excluded other than as comparanda. although, to be able to current the entire background of the Hellenistic shapes the writer lines their improvement from the earliest on hand Corinthian proof, often times from the sixth century B.C. the form sequence are additional subdivided based on dimension different types. is totally illustrated with profile drawings and images and plans reduction in selecting the deposits. the cloth is prepared below Wheelmade effective Ware, Coarse Ware, Blister Ware and Moulded aid Ware, and is by way of a dialogue of the deposits and their chronology. a unique part is dedicated to the effective ware embellished in West Slope sort.
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Second to third quarters 65 (C-37-2610),Deposit 90. Max. D. 064; D. 04; H. 034. 66 (C-31-409),Deposit20. Max. D. 064; D. 044; H. 033. ca. C. 67 (C-47-443),Deposit 113. Max. D. 064; D. 027; H. 032. Pls. 2, 44. WHEELMADE FINE WARE Max. D. , second to third quarters 68 (C-31-147), Deposit 41. Max. D. 062; D. 038; H. 033. 69 (C-40-56), Deposit 27. Max. D. 062; D. 042; H. 032. 33 70 (C-40-437), Deposit 36. Max. D. 062; D. 04; H. 035. Solid foot conical in profile beneath. 71 (C-33-106). Max. D. 062; D.
There is no definable change in the form of the rim. If there is any increase in height, size for C-37-2547,C-37-2604through C-37-2609,all of Deposit 90; C-46-130,Deposit 87; C-53-66; C-53-246, Deposit 43; C-63-509,Deposit 84. : C-31-195throughC-31-197,C-31-220,C-31-221,C-31-226,C-31-260,all of Deposit 42; C-53-247, Deposit 43; C-60-251, Deposit 22. C. by context: C-34-1623,Deposit 102; C-35-718,Deposit 104; C-46-71, Deposit 107. Thereare four of a single unidentifiedware: C-31-194and C-31-198,Deposit 42; C-34-17,Deposit 94; and C-47-417, Deposit 111.
Lip est. 256; D. 11; H. 08. Restingsurfacereserved and painted pink. Undersidewithin foot reserved and decoratedwith two wheel-glazed circles and a central dot, betweenwhich are bands of pink. )red glaze on upperwall. 3. D. , second quarter 73 (C-37-2589),Deposit 90. D. 147; D. 074; av. H. 048. Pls. 3, 44. D. 12+ 81 (C-53-255),Deposit 43. D. 111; D. 039; max. D. 092; H. 042. 82 (C-34-24),Deposit 94. D. 113; D. 044; max. D. 086; H. 04. 83 (C-46-42),Deposit 107. D. 114; D. 044; max. D. 081; H. 046.