Sim. Slane and Sanders 2005, pp. 253, 254, no. 1-19, fig. 3 (Assemblage 1 dated early 5th century); Hammond 2015, p. 308, no. 209, fig. 20 (late 4th century?); Abadie-Reynal 2007, p. 233, no. 411, pl. 64 (Argos, from contexts of 4th or beginning 5th centuries).).
Concave neck flares upward. Triangular rim has exterior ridge, pointed vertical lip, and concave inner face. Thick handle attaches directly under rim.
7.5YR 5/2 (brown). Granular fabric has frequent small, subangular, light inclusions and various other tiny bits, some sparkling, including black; several voids. All surfaces fired light brown with light brush marks.
One sherd preserves ca. 20% of rim, upper neck, and stub of one handle. Slight, sparse abrasion and chipping; worn breaks; specks of encrustation.