Corinth XIII, p. 144, e.g. no. 49-i-2, pls. 73, 76, 78 (North Cemetery: C.W. Blegen, H. Palmer, and R.S. Young).
Lid of small powder pyxis preserving part of outer edge of lid and part of outer wall of pyxis on the underside. Wall flares out slightly away from lid. On upper surface of low, conical lid an incised groove near the outer edge. Unglazed. 4th century BCE.
Very fine, soft clay with very few visible inclusions (small, subrounded, white). Unglazed.
One sherd preserves ca. 25-30% of lid. Slight to moderate, somewhat extensive abrasion and pitting with chipping around edges; worn breaks; scattered specks of encrustation. Band of black staining (apparently not scorching?).
“KTH2702 (Late Classical-Early Hellenistic Corinthian Pyxis Lid).” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/kth/kth2702>