cf. LRP, pp. 153, 154, 155, no. 23, fig. 28=SlaneSanders2005, pp. 267, 268, no. 3-8, fig. 8 (Baths of Aphrodite, Corinth [no. C-56-15], ca. A.D. 600)
1960s: sherds joined with shellac and infilling with white plaster painted gray.
Shallow bowl with rounded walls and thickened rim. Rim has rounded outer profile and slight hook below. Offset marks floor from lower wall. Low foot with triangular profile. No stamped decoration.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Refitting hides fabric, though usual for ware with one light chunk observed exploding on underside of foot. Some elongated voids visible on exterior surface. Thick, matte slip on extant exterior surfaces and over rim; exterior otherwise plain to thinly slipped.
Eight joining sherds preserve profile, most of base, and ca. 40% of rim. Slight to moderate, somewhat extensive erosion, abrasion, and pitting and occasional gouging and chipping; thin patches of encrustation.