Corinthian black-figure alabastron; badly made: very thick and heavy, dents, bulges and cracks; most of glaze has fired brick red; added red paint; large cock to right, two rosettes in front of him, between head and wing, lotus; underneath vase, rosette; on shoulder, tongues; on rim, dots; around mouth, dense tongues.
Alfred Emerson and M. Boissé
Corinth, Peloponnese, Greece
Culture or time period:
Greek Archaic Period (700–480 BC)
Middle Corinthian (ca. 600-575 BC)
S1971-1972 #117: Department of Art History (UC Berkeley)/Darrell Arlynn Amyx (March 22, 1972–March 22, 1972)