Kenchreai V, p. 73, no. 388, pl. 17 (identified as Asia Minor product; H. Williams).
Sim. Deonna 1908, p. 176, fig. 47=Délos XXVI, p. 143, no. 4729, pl. 34 (Christian invocation on discus; P. Bruneau); Roumeliotis 2001, pp. 258-9, 272, no. 9 (tree or bush[?] on discus; Kardamaina, Kos); Gerousi-Bendermacher 2013, p. 163, no. 231 (lines and dots on discus; Perissa, Thera, 7th century); Katsioti 2017, p. 478, no. Ae 9 (lines and dots on discus; Evraiki, Rhodes, dated 6th century).
One sherd preserves small part of front right discus and shoulder. Slight, extensive abrasion and minor pitting; worn breaks.