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By Catherine Morgan

This ebook studies the character and social functionality of Attic nice pottery imported to the Greek colony of Phanagoria within the Taman Peninsula, southern Russia. the 1st a part of the e-book experiences the background of study at Phanagoria, and provides a completely illustrated catalogue of Attic imports from the excavations of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1971-1996) and latterly the college of London. A concluding part examines imports from the town and its cemeteries within the wider context of the "Bosporan nation, drawing jointly a wide choice of comparanda specifically from the towns of the Taman Peninsula. through comparability of knowledge from Athens, the northern Aegean, Ionia, and the northern Black Sea, the altering position of Attic pottery in Black Sea alternate is classed.

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569, pl. 25. The scheme alludes to the Grypomachy: Kobylina 1951a, 136–137; Metzger 1951, 331–332. g. CVA Moscow 6 (Russia 6), pls. 1, both from Phanagoria); Kobylina 1951a, fig. 2 (State Historical Museum, Moscow 15299); Bouzek 1990, pl. 4 (Pilsen 8314 from the Kerch area). South City, 1982: Trench 34, layer 11. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 14 Pls. 2, 32 Neck and upper body sherd. Ovulo frieze over top of figure scene: at left, head of horse to right (behind, part of human? head); at right, griffin head to left in added white with dilute glaze detail.

02, th. 003. 36 CHAPTER 2 Ca. 530–500. See decoration of comparanda listed under 17 above. Upper City, 1977: Trench 2. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 22 Pls. 3, 33 Neck sherd. Ivy band with connecting stems. On interior, upper half glazed. Ht. 034, w. 026, th. 005. Ca. 530–500. Upper City, 1980: Trench 2, layer 19. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 23 Pls. 3, 33 Shoulder sherd. Upper edge of panel with added red band at base of neck glaze. At right, unidentified motif (top of head? with single incision); to left, edge of framing pattern (dots or ivy).

1, 32 Probably a neck amphora. Sherd from base of wall over foot. Base rays with a row of ivy leaf between bands above. Ht. 021, w. 052, th. 010. Ca. 540/530 onwards. Upper City, 1975: context unknown. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 7 Pls. 1, 32 Mid-body sherd of closed vessel; perhaps neck amphora. Lower edge of panel with foot of standing female figure to right; foot in added white, two incisions mark hem of robe. End of ivy tendril touches top of foot. Added red band across top of glazed lower body beneath.

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