By Catherine Morgan
This booklet reports the character and social functionality of Attic positive pottery imported to the Greek colony of Phanagoria within the Taman Peninsula, southern Russia. the 1st a part of the ebook studies the historical past of study at Phanagoria, and provides an absolutely 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 state, drawing jointly a wide choice of comparanda in particular from the towns of the Taman Peninsula. through comparability of information from Athens, the northern Aegean, Ionia, and the northern Black Sea, the altering function of Attic pottery in Black Sea exchange is classified.
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The parallel is not exact, however, and 1 is fragmentary, so no attribution is offered. Less close is the Zurich Painter’s hydria, State Hermitage B1512 (Gorbunova 1983, cat. 5). Upper City, 1977: Trench 2, layer 19. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 2 Pls. 1, 32 Shoulder sherd of a (probably neck-) amphora. Most of a kantharos in proﬁle, held by the handle by a right hand. Part of the lower arm preserved, with drapery at left break. Framed by ivy branch. Lip and lower body of the kantharos deﬁned by incisions.
Late sixth or early ﬁfth century. Although the motif is more characteristic of a neck amphora, the proﬁle and extent of neck glaze rather suggest an olpe or small pelike. See Clazomenai, cat. 146, pl. 17 (pelike or neck amphora), although 27 lacks framing arcs; Semeraro 1997a, 255, cat. 952, ﬁg. 212 (from Roccaveccia), although 27 lacks framing tendrils. Upper City, 1975: trench unknown, layer 16, lower. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. Olpe or Amphora Black-Figure 28 Pls. 3, 33 Neck sherd.
530–500. Type, see Agora XXIII, 40–41. g. Agora XXIII, cat. 687; CATALOGUE 14 – 21 35 CVA Moscow 1 (Russia 1), pl. 1, 2, pl. 1 (the last from Panticapaeum). Old Smyrna (chequerboard lip): Tuna-Nörling 1995, cat. 179. At Phanagoria, a sherd of a similar lip comes from drain or ditch on the south wall of the court of house 5, ﬁfth century settlement, south city (Dolgorukov and Kolesnikov 1993, ﬁg. 3). Upper City, 1976: Trench 2, paved area 13. Moscow, Institute of Archaeology. 18 Pls. 3, 32 Round mouth.