AC2b (from Kastelli near Kissamos in western Crete?)
Cylindrical, slightly bulging neck. Simple rounded to oval rim. Bifid handle attaches to upper neck just below rim; arches up to point at level of rim and then descends vertically.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Fine, hard, pale brownish yellow fabric with a slightly granular break and a somewhat rough texture, containing rare to uncommon, small, poorly sorted, subrounded and subangular, white (calcareous) particles and black grains, as well as other rare, varied bits.
One sherd preserves 30% of neck and rim and upper one-third of handle. Slight, rare abrasion and scratching; worn breaks; extensive, thin film of encrustation.