Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory


19 January 2014

Conservation of Mycenaean pottery from Kanakia, Salamis (2012)

Yannos Lolos Ακάμας 7 (March 2013): 18-20.

From the introduction

In the large group of pots (or parts of pots), which were cleaned, conserved and mended/reconstructed in 2012, are included: cooking vessels of coarse or semi-coarse Aeginetan fabric (tripod cooking pots, cooking jars with flat base, basins, a lid); coarse ware stirrup jars; and finer plain and decorated vases of various types (kylikes, deep bowls, deep bowl-krater, a spouted kalathos, amphoras and other closed shapes, and a flask FS 189, the first example of its kind to be identified among the cermanic material from the large compounds on the Kanakia acropolis).


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