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Title: Ilios; the city and country of the Trojans. The results of researches and discoveries on the site of Troy and throughout the Troad in the years 1871-72-73-78-79, including an autobiography of the author
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Schliemann, Heinrich, 1822-1890 Virchow, Rudolf, 1821-1902 Müller, F. Max (Friedrich Max), 1823-1900 Sayce, A. H. (Archibald Henry), 1845-1933 Mahaffy, J. P. (John Pentland), 1839-1919 Brugsch, Heinrich, 1827-1894 Ascherson, Paul, 1834-1913 Postolakas, Achilles Burnouf, Emile, 1821-1907 Calvert, Frank Dufield, Alexander James, 1821-90
Subjects: Archaeology
Publisher: New York: Harper & Bros
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
Digitizing Sponsor: Getty Research Institute



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No. 384. Jug ot a globular form.(About 1: 4 actual size. Depth. 26 f£.) No. 383. Jug.(Nearly 1: 3 actual size. Depth, 26 ft. 5 General di Cesnola, Cyprus, PI. vii. 392 THE THIED, THE BUENT CITY (Chap. VII black colour. No. 387 has the best fabric and the prettiest shape ofall, with its long neck and widely-stretched handle. Its body is dividedby two incised horizontal parallel lines into two fields, which are orna-mented with incised vertical strokes. The Markisches Museum at Berlincontains two jugs similar in shape to No. 383. No. 388 is decorated withseven incised horizontal parallel lines.
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No. 38T. Jug of Terra-cotta, with an incised orna- 1 J mentation. (Half actual size. Depih, 26 ft.) One of the finest specimens of Trojan pitchers is represented byNo. 389, which is of a brown colour, and is decorated with a plant-likeornament round the neck; its whole body is decorated with very symme-trical vertical concave flutings. Under Nos. 390 to 393 I represent fourcommon pitchers of rude fabric. In looking at them, we involuntarily Chap. Yll.) WHEEL-MADE TITCHERS. 893 No. 390.

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