By A. J. B.&M.S. Thomas Wace

Prehistoric Thessaly ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ, ИСТОРИЯ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО Название: Prehistoric Thessaly: Being a few Account of contemporary Excavations and Explorations in North japanese Greece from Lake Kopais to the Borders of Macedonia Автор: A. J. B.&M.S. Thomas Wace Издательство: Cambridge college Press Год: 1912Страниц:300 ISBN: 0404147348 Формат: pdf Размер: 14.5 MB

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Fragments that many In addition to these there are a large number of fragments from coarse, large bowls, basins and mugs (the shapes cannot be determined) with vertical, ril)l)ed, loop handles on or just below the rim. Several of the handles have wavy raised and one has a line on either side other fragments horns on top, have knobs, either plain or ending in two small horns, and one knob is pinched into the shape of a handle, but not pierced one piece has a pair of horizontal string holes bored one below the other through an oblong projection.

TiS. Crusted ware two fragments. r^. This is the typical ware of this stratum and enormous quantities were found the principal classes are as follows : : ; : Rakhmani, Pottery 35 Two handled cups, one certain specimen like those from Zerelia VIII r3a. and Tsani VIII, and a few doubtful fragments. Wide, shallow bowls with horizontal string holes just under the base r38. of the rim, a few pieces. TTyK. Small jars with narrow necks, a few pieces. Dishes with flat bottoms, and straight sides splaying outwards, a r3/u..

20g-l and 22. no s|)irals and none of the sixteen sherds found in I are decorated inside. These are the characteristic wares of tiie first stratum, and except for a few stray sherds they do not occur in II. Still the transition is not abrupt. Low down near virgin soil painted ware was less common. Also in I were two sherds of B3y with red and brown decoration on a white slip (PI. II 6), though similar to the ordinary 337, they seem more akin to A3)8 and A6, one fragment is from a fruitstaiid (Fig.

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