Saraçhane II, pp. 69, 104, 169, nos. 30.195, 30.196, fig. 49 (deposit dated ca. A.D. 655-670); Slane and Sanders 2005, pp. 269, 271, 277, 278, nos. 3-28, 4-22, figs. 10, 13 (contexts dated end 6th century, mid-/third quarter 7th century): Agora V, pp. 118-119, no. M 372, pls. 34, 58 (context dated late 6th century); KTH1374 (but not same vessel).
Narrow, cylindrical body up to gentle rounded shoulder. Short, narrow neck thickened at midpoint into ridge; slightly flaring, thickened rim. Vertical loop handle, angled at outside apex, attaches at shoulder and ridge on neck. Brushmarks on surface.
Reddish yellow to pink fired to yellow-pale orange on exterior. Fabric is fine with very rare, small, subrounded, white inclusions, tiny black and red inclusions, and rare mica. Thin but even wash same color as clay.
One large fragment preserves ca. 15-18% neck without lip, upper shoulder, and one handle. Good condition; clean breaks; scattered specks to small patches of encrustation.