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Title: Cyprus Medieval Museum: Bowl (MM146, KF 65)
Start date: 1200
End date: 1299
Historical Period: Late Byzantine Period

Cypriot Sgraffito wide shallow bowl. Fragmented. Restored. Upturned ring base. Buff clay, yellow glaze. Only the base is undecorated. Interior: Overall motif. A double headed- eagle (the second head is missing) looking to the right and a circle filled with lozenge to its right, in the background. On the shoulder of the bird a hatched vase shaped object. Exterior: yellow and green glaze. A line of spirals in yellow glaze. Paphos Workshop.
Provenance: Kouklia

Size: Height: 7 cm; Diameter: 23 cm
Place: Frourion Lemesou, Cyprus  
Languages: No linguistic content; Not applicable
Medium: clay
glaze (coating by location)
Project: BYZART Project  
Fond: OUC Department of Antiquities Republic of Cyprus  
Physical type: ceramic glaze
Material and technique: glazing (coating process)
sgraffito (technique)
Data provider: Department of Antiquities, Republic of Cyprus  
License: All rights reserved
Rights holder: Department of Antiquities, Republic of Cyprus  
Appears in Collections:BYZART

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