Report 8: Ordinary Lydians at Home: The Lydian Trenches of the House of Bronzes and Pactolus Cliff at Sardis (2021)

by Nancy H. Ramage, Andrew Ramage and R. Gül Gürtekin-Demir

Catalogue and Tabulations of Ceramics and Other Finds from the Lydian Trench of Sector HoB

The catalogue in this chapter includes the material from the Lydian Trench at sector HoB, ranging from the Late Bronze Age through the middle of the sixth century B.C. The three deep soundings, C, B, and A, are recorded first, and separately. The findings from the other periods move from Lydian IV to Lydian I, from earliest to latest.

Overall tabulations of the finds from each level are presented separately.

The catalogue entries for HoB 1HoB 402 were written by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage, with assistance from Lauren DiSalvo.

The catalogue entries for HoB 403HoB 783 were written by R. Gül Gürtekin-Demir.

Late Bronze Age and Earliest Iron Age

by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage

Deep Sounding C

(See Fig. 3.9)

Floor at *94.75 and Below/Finds Associated with the Donkey at *94.2
Pottery

HoB 1 (P66.107) Early Lydian cup (Fig. HoB 1)

HoB 2 (P66.177) Early Lydian cup (Fig. HoB 2)

HoB 3 (P13.173) Protogeometric cup (Fig. HoB 3)

HoB 4 (P13.174) Cup (Fig. HoB 4)

HoB 5 (P13.175) Cup (Fig. HoB 5)

HoB 6 (P13.172) Bowl (Fig. HoB 6)

HoB 7 (P13.183) Large jug (Fig. HoB 7)

HoB 8 (P13.163) Jug (Fig. HoB 8)

HoB 9 (P13.191) Large jug (Fig. HoB 9)

HoB 10 (P13.160) Jar or amphora (Fig. HoB 10)

HoB 11 (P13.162) Small jar (Fig. HoB 11)

HoB 12 (P13.158) Red on buff rim (Fig. HoB 12)

HoB 13 (P13.197) Painted closed vessel (Fig. HoB 13)

HoB 14 (P13.161) Body fragment with streaky brown decoration (Fig. HoB 14)

HoB 15 (P66.139) Bowl (Fig. HoB 15)

HoB 16 (P66.154) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 16)

HoB 17 (P12.34) Gray Ware handled bowl (Fig. HoB 17)

HoB 18 (P66.157) Deep Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 18)

HoB 19 (P12.60) Scoop bowl handle (Fig. HoB 19)

HoB 20 (P12.109) Small, thin-walled bowl (Fig. HoB 20)

HoB 21 (P12.17) Gray Ware cup with handle (Fig. HoB 21)

HoB 22 (P12.64) Cup or bowl with vertical handle (Fig. HoB 22)

HoB 23 (P12.16) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 23)

HoB 24 (P66.158) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 24)

HoB 25 (P12.87) Handle of a jug (Fig. HoB 25)

HoB 26 (P12.95) Large trefoil jug (Fig. HoB 26)

HoB 27 (P66.159) Trefoil jug (Fig. HoB 27)

HoB 28 (P12.86) Open vessel with lug handle (Fig. HoB 28)

HoB 29 (P12.62) Scoop handle of bowl (Fig. HoB 29)

HoB 30 (P66.140) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 30)

HoB 31 (P04.5) Wide-necked cooking pot (Fig. HoB 31)

HoB 32 (P12.63) Band handle of cooking pot (Fig. HoB 32)

HoB 33 (P12.121) One leg from a three-legged cooking bowl (Fig. HoB 33)

Terracotta

HoB 34 (T12.5.12) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 34)

Metal

HoB 35 (M11.2) Bronze bead (Fig. HoB 35)

HoB 36 (M14.8) Bronze fibula (Fig. HoB 36)

HoB 37 (M16.3) Iron knife blade (Fig. HoB 37)

Bone

HoB 38 (BI66.4) Bone toggle (Fig. HoB 38)

Lower Levels of Deep Sounding C
Pottery

HoB 39 (P12.94) Thin-walled bowl (Fig. HoB 39)

HoB 40 (P12.112) Delicate bowl or cup with flat base (Fig. HoB 40)

HoB 41 (P14.28) Small cup (Fig. HoB 41)

HoB 42 (P12.111) Vessel rim with handle (Fig. HoB 42)

HoB 43 (P12.114) Large vessel, everted rim (Fig. HoB 43)

HoB 44 (P12.107) Closed vessel with handle (Fig. HoB 44)

HoB 45 (P12.106) Body sherd of a closed vessel (Fig. HoB 45)

HoB 46 (P12.98) Body sherd (Fig. HoB 46)

HoB 47 (P12.115) Handle and wall fragment of bowl (Fig. HoB 47)

HoB 48 (P12.61) Handle of a large pithos (Fig. HoB 48)

HoB 49 (P12.88) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 49)

HoB 50 (P12.103) Coarseware vessel (Fig. HoB 50)

HoB 51 (P12.100) Coarseware vessel (Fig. HoB 51)

HoB 52 (P12.110) Shoulder of coarseware vessel (Fig. HoB 52)

Deep Sounding B

(See Fig. 3.14)

*94.75 Hearth Level and Below

The *94.75 level in Deep Sounding B, with gray ash and reddened earth, corresponds to the *94.75 level in Deep Sounding C. See Table - *94.75 Hearth Level and Below

Pottery

HoB 53 (P62.455) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 53)

HoB 54 (P62.465) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 54)

HoB 55 (P12.45) Amphora (Fig. HoB 55)

HoB 56 (P62.404) Painted lid of large pithos (?) (Fig. HoB 56)

HoB 57 (P12.30) Pithos with incised marks and decoration made with a finger (Figs. 1.6 and HoB 57)

HoB 58 (P62.403) Pithos with incisions and finger marks (Fig. HoB 58)

Below *94.75 Hearth Level

HoB 59 (P62.409) Painted bowl or jug (Fig. HoB 59)

HoB 60 (P62.413) Carinated bowl (Fig. HoB 60)

HoB 61 (P62.408) Painted pithos or krater (Fig. HoB 61)

HoB 62 (P62.412) Pithos with incised mark (Fig. HoB 62)

HoB 63 (P12.42) Imported jug (?) (Fig. HoB 63)

HoB 64 (P62.480) Painted cup (Fig. HoB 64)

HoB 65 (P62.459) Closed vessel with concentric semicircles (Fig. HoB 65)

HoB 66 (P62.439) Buff Ware bowl with loop handle (Fig. HoB 66)

HoB 67 (P62.460) Krater with painted three-quarter concentric circles (Fig. HoB 67)

HoB 68 (P62.458) Gray Ware closed vessel (Fig. HoB 68)

HoB 69 (P62.472) Carinated bowl (Fig. HoB 69)

HoB 70 (P62.473) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 70)

HoB 71 (P62.440) Pithos with incised mark and hole (Fig. HoB 71)

HoB 72 (P62.452) Gray Ware bowl with lug handle (Fig. HoB 72)

HoB 73 (P62.451) Brown on Buff krater with concentric semicircles (Fig. HoB 73)

See Table - *93.7-93.4

HoB 74 (P12.43) Bowl (Fig. HoB 74)

HoB 75 (P62.469) Brown on Buff cup (Fig. HoB 75)

HoB 76 (P62.467) Trefoil jug (Fig. HoB 76)

HoB 77 (P62.468) Carinated storage jar (Fig. HoB 77)

HoB 78 (P12.35) Pithos with incised chevron pattern (Fig. HoB 78)

HoB 79 (P12.51) Gray Ware jar with ridges (Fig. HoB 79)

HoB 80 (P12.47) Carinated bowl (Fig. HoB 80)

HoB 81 (P62.478) Streaked and banded bowl (Fig. HoB 81)

HoB 82 (P62.474) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 82)

HoB 83 (P62.476) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 83)

HoB 84 (P62.477) Buff Ware cup or bowl (Fig. HoB 84)

HoB 85 (P62.475) Buff Ware jar (Fig. HoB 85)

HoB 86 (P62.406) Early Lydian cup (?) (Fig. HoB 86)

HoB 87 (P62.407) Imported Protogeometric cup (Fig. HoB 87)

HoB 88 (P12.53) Clay basin of breadtray fabric (Fig. HoB 88)

HoB 89 (P12.50) Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 89)

HoB 90 (P62.405) Buff Ware jug with incised decoration (Fig. HoB 90)

HoB 91 (P12.41) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 91)

HoB 92 (P12.40) Bowl or cup (Fig. HoB 92)

Low Levels of Deep Sounding B

HoB 93 (P14.45) Bowl (Fig. HoB 93)

HoB 94 (P12.49) Large jug, possibly imported (Fig. HoB 94)

HoB 95 (P62.448) Closed painted vessel, Late Mycenaean? (Fig. HoB 95)

HoB 96 (P62.449) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 96)

HoB 97 (P12.44) Lug handle with pierced hole (Fig. HoB 97)

Terracotta

HoB 98 (T62.41) Loom weight pierced by two holes (Fig. HoB 98)

HoB 99 (T62.48) Loom weight (Fig. HoB 99)

HoB 100 (T62.52) Loom weight (Fig. HoB 100)

Metal

HoB 101 (M12.3) Iron knife blade (Fig. HoB 101)

Stone

HoB 102 (S12.1) Whetstone (Fig. HoB 102)

HoB 103 (S12.2) Granite quern (Fig. HoB 103)

Round Hut and Cremation Burial

For fragments of wattle and daub from the round hut, see Figs. 3.17 and 3.18.

Pottery

HoB 104 (P12.39) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 104)

HoB 105 (P62.463) Pithos with two small lug handles (Manisa 4339) (Figs. 3.19 and HoB 105)

Terracotta

HoB 106 (T02.8) Rod or spit holder (Fig. HoB 106)

Lowest Level of Deep Sounding B: *91.40–89.90

Pot fragments from the lowest level of Deep Sounding B (less than half a box):

3 fragments of yellow ware pithos, not the dark red as on higher pithoi.

1 rim, yellow, well smoothed surface

8 pieces of cooking pot.

8 pieces of red buff plainware, somewhat coarse.

Ca. 25 pieces of finer pink to yellow buff wares; finer fabric, smooth surface; some open hand-polished (5 pieces)

2 pieces of nearly black polished ware, possibly handmade

Deep Sounding A

(See Fig. 3.20)

Below *94.80

The tabulation of finds here gives an idea of the proportions in the lowest levels of the sounding. See Table - Below *94.80

Pottery

HoB 107 (P16.28) Handle of amphora or jug with paint (Fig. HoB 107)

HoB 108 (P60.569) Brown on Buff jar (Fig. HoB 108)

HoB 109 (P60.570) Closed vessel (Fig. HoB 109)

HoB 110 (P60.567) Closed vessel (Fig. HoB 110)

HoB 111 (P60.575) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 111)

HoB 112 (P60.574) Gray Ware bowl with loop handle (Fig. HoB 112)

HoB 113 (P60.512) Gray Ware one-handled cup (Fig. HoB 113)

HoB 114 (P60.573) Gray Ware dish (Fig. HoB 114)

HoB 115 (P60.519) Jar with herringbone pattern (Fig. HoB 115)

HoB 116 (P60.520) Jar with combed wave pattern (Fig. HoB 116)

HoB 117 (P60.572) Gray Ware jug handle (Fig. HoB 117)

HoB 118 (P60.588) Handmade jar with rope pattern (Fig. HoB 118)

Small box from the bottom of Deep Sounding A: “a lot more Buff Ware than a day or two ago. Still some Gray but many fewer heavy, coarse red storage jars.”2

See Table - Deep Sounding A Small Box

Metal

HoB 119 (M18.8) Iron adze (Fig. HoB 119)

Below *94.16 (Late Bronze Age)
Pottery

HoB 120 (P60.555) Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean jug handle (Fig. HoB 120)

HoB 121 (P60.553) Handmade jar with painted decoration (Fig. HoB 121)

HoB 122 (P60.522) Closed vessel with Black on Red decoration (Fig. HoB 122)

HoB 123 (P60.554) Dark Brown on Buff, imported (?) jar (Fig. HoB 123)

HoB 124 (P60.556) Buff Ware carinated bowl (Fig. HoB 124)

HoB 125 (P60.557) Buff Ware carinated bowl (Fig. HoB 125)

HoB 126 (P60.559) Handle of large cup (Fig. HoB 126)

HoB 127 (P60.552) Gray Ware jug with handle (Fig. HoB 127)

HoB 128 (P60.558) Heavily burned large cooking pot (Fig. HoB 128)

Terracotta

HoB 129 (T60.44) Terracotta knucklebone (Fig. HoB 129)

Additional Test Pit

HoB 130 (P83.31) Buff Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 130)

by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage

Deep Sounding C

Pottery

HoB 131 (P13.178) Black on Buff plate (Fig. HoB 131)

HoB 132 (P12.67) Bowl (Fig. HoB 132)

HoB 133 (P13.181) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 133)

HoB 134 (P13.180) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 134)

HoB 135 (P14.41) Bowl with lug handle (Fig. HoB 135)

HoB 136 (P12.104) Bowl with cream-colored slip (Fig. HoB 136)

HoB 137 (P13.176) Brown on Buff bowl (Fig. HoB 137)

HoB 138 (P14.35) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 138)

HoB 139 (P66.68) Imported Greek bowl (Fig. HoB 139)

HoB 140 (P14.40) Streaked jug (Fig. HoB 140)

HoB 141 (P66.137) Mycenaean (?) cup rim and loop handle (Fig. HoB 141)

HoB 142 (P13.170) Imported painted cup (Fig. HoB 142)

HoB 143 (P66.178) Lydian cup (Fig. HoB 143)

HoB 144 (P14.42) Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 144)

HoB 145 (P13.185) Small cup (Fig. HoB 145)

HoB 146 (P13.201) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 146)

HoB 147 (P12.89) Small jug (Fig. HoB 147)

HoB 148 (P12.99) Black on Red cup or bowl (Fig. HoB 148)

HoB 149 (P13.166) Cup (Fig. HoB 149)

HoB 150 (P13.177) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 150)

HoB 151 (P13.195) Cup (Fig. HoB 151)

HoB 152 (P13.167) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 152)

HoB 153 (P13.165) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 153)

HoB 154 (P13.179) Trefoil rim (Fig. HoB 154)

HoB 155 (P66.119) Mycenaean krater (Fig. HoB 155)

HoB 156 (P16.35) Mycenaean krater fragment (Fig. HoB 156)

HoB 157 (P66.76) Geometric krater or bowl (Fig. HoB 157)

HoB 158 (P66.82) Geometric krater or bowl (Fig. HoB 158)

HoB 159 (P12.59) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 159)

HoB 160 (P12.58) Brown on Buff (purplish) jug (Fig. HoB 160)

HoB 161 (P13.204) Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 161)

HoB 162 (P13.190) Small jug (Fig. HoB 162)

HoB 163 (P13.200) Jug (Fig. HoB 163)

HoB 164 (P13.187) Jug (Fig. HoB 164)

HoB 165 (P13.186) Small buff jug (Fig. HoB 165)

HoB 166 (P13.192) Red on Buff large jug (Fig. HoB 166)

HoB 167 (P16.26) Mycenaean (?) Red on Buff amphora or jug (Fig. HoB 167)

HoB 168 (P13.164) Red on Buff banded amphora (Fig. HoB 168)

HoB 169 (P16.27) Mycenaean (?) closed vessel (Fig. HoB 169)

HoB 170 (P13.184) Large Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 170)

HoB 171 (P13.169) Small jar (Fig. HoB 171)

HoB 172 (P13.159) Red on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 172)

HoB 173 (P13.188) Band handle (Fig. HoB 173)

HoB 174 (P13.193) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 174)

HoB 175 (P13.198) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 175)

HoB 176 (P13.194) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 176)

HoB 177 (P13.196) Body of closed vessel (Fig. HoB 177)

HoB 178 (P13.168) Body of closed vessel (Fig. HoB 178)

HoB 179 (P66.66) Large Black on Red Lydian Geometric biconical pot stand, or foot of a large krater (Fig. HoB 179)

HoB 180 (P12.32) Gray Ware cup or bowl (Fig. HoB 180)

HoB 181 (P12.6) Gray Ware handled bowl (Fig. HoB 181)

HoB 182 (P12.13) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 182)

HoB 183 (P12.66) Bowl rim and strap handle (Fig. HoB 183)

HoB 184 (P12.5) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 184)

HoB 185 (P14.30) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 185)

HoB 186 (P14.32) Thick-walled Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 186)

HoB 187 (P14.36) Small buff cup (Fig. HoB 187)

HoB 188 (P14.31) Gray Ware cup fragment (Fig. HoB 188)

HoB 189 (P14.27) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 189)

HoB 190 (P14.16) Large Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 190)

HoB 191 (P14.20) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 191)

HoB 192 (P14.22) Gray Ware cup with ribbing (Fig. HoB 192)

HoB 193 (P14.43) Small buff cup (Fig. HoB 193)

HoB 194 (P12.92) Buff beaker (Fig. HoB 194)

HoB 195 (P12.15) Gray Ware krater (Fig. HoB 195)

HoB 196 (P66.115) Buff Ware lid with knob handle (Fig. HoB 196)

HoB 197 (P12.101) Lid of a vessel (Fig. HoB 197)

HoB 198 (P12.8) Coarse Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 198)

HoB 199 (P14.21) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 199)

HoB 200 (P14.23) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 200)

HoB 201 (P12.38) Gray Ware storage jar with ridges (Fig. HoB 201)

HoB 202 (P12.108) Jar with sign or decoration (Fig. HoB 202)

HoB 203 (P12.21) Gray Ware storage jar with wavy lines (Fig. HoB 203)

HoB 204 (P12.23) Gray Ware storage jar (Fig. HoB 204)

HoB 205 (P12.26) Gray Ware base and ring foot (Fig. HoB 205)

HoB 206 (P12.97) Globular buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 206)

HoB 207 (P12.18) Gray Ware twisted handle with grooves (Fig. HoB 207)

HoB 208 (P12.33) Gray Ware vessel with lug handle (Fig. HoB 208)

HoB 209 (P12.105) Closed vessel (lid?) with projecting lug or boss (Figs. 10.3 and HoB 209)

HoB 210 (P14.33) Gray Ware handle (Fig. HoB 210)

HoB 211 (P12.91) Handmade buff lug foot (Fig. HoB 211)

HoB 212 (P13.199) Fragment of painted vessel, turned into a loom weight? (Fig. HoB 212)

HoB 213 (P12.68) Strainer (Fig. HoB 213)

HoB 214 (P12.113) Cylindrical pot stand (?) (Fig. HoB 214)

HoB 215 (P12.29) Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 215)

HoB 216 (P66.138) Pithos (Fig. HoB 216)

HoB 217 (P12.52) Clay basin (Fig. HoB 217)

HoB 218 (P12.24) Globular cooking pot (Fig. HoB 218)

HoB 219 (P12.37) Large Gray Ware storage vessel (Fig. HoB 219)

Terracotta

The following group of twelve entries are hammer-shaped, or hammerhead loom weights (HoB 220HoB 229). All of them have a uniform texture, more like mudbrick than like pottery.

HoB 220 (T12.5.1) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 220)

HoB 221 (T12.5.2) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 221)

HoB 222 (T12.5.3) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 222)

HoB 223 (T12.5.4 and T12.5.10) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 223)

HoB 224 (T12.5.7) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 224)

HoB 225 (T12.5.8) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 225)

HoB 226 (T12.5.9) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 226)

HoB 227 (T12.5.5) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 227)

HoB 228 (T12.5.6) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 228)

HoB 229 (T12.5.11) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 229)

HoB 230 (T98.2) Terracotta spit holder (Fig. HoB 230)

HoB 231 (T14.14) Doughnut-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 231)

HoB 232 (T12.3) Spindle whorl (Fig. HoB 232)

Metal

HoB 233 (M66.13) High-arched fibula (Fig. HoB 233)

HoB 234 (M11.1) Bronze needle (Fig. HoB 234)

HoB 235 (M66.11) Bronze pin (Fig. HoB 235)

HoB 236 (M15.1) Iron knife blade (Fig. HoB 236)

HoB 237 (M11.4) Iron sickle blade (Fig. HoB 237)

HoB 238 (M11.10) Iron hook (Fig. HoB 238)

Stone

HoB 239 (S12.3) Small stone pounder (Fig. HoB 239)

HoB 240 (S12.4) Whetstone, cut down and reused (Fig. HoB 240)

HoB 241 (S66.11) Stone celt (Fig. HoB 241)

Seal

HoB 242 (Seal66.1) Green schist seal with goat design (Fig. HoB 242)

Deep Sounding B

(See Fig. 3.14)

Pottery

HoB 243 (P62.290) Imported Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 243)

HoB 244 (P62.201) Black on Red pot stand or foot of large krater (Fig. HoB 244)

HoB 245 (P62.385) White Bichrome foot of krater (Fig. HoB 245)

HoB 246 (P62.384) Black on Red small jug (Fig. HoB 246)

HoB 247 (P62.383) Painted spool handle (Fig. HoB 247)

HoB 248 (P12.48) Protogeometric (?) jug fragment (Fig. HoB 248)

HoB 249 (P12.46) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 249)

HoB 250 (P62.380) Globular Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 250)

Terracotta

HoB 251 (T02.9) Fragments of oven or furnace grate (Fig. HoB 251)

Deep Sounding A

(See Fig. 3.20)

Pottery

HoB 252 (P60.525) Shallow bowl, imported? (Fig. HoB 252)

HoB 253 (P60.511) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 253)

HoB 254 (P60.506) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 254)

HoB 255 (P60.524) Local imitation of a Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean krater (Fig. HoB 255)

See Table - Lydian IV: Deep Sounding A

HoB 256 (P60.505) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 256)

HoB 257 (P60.561) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 257)

HoB 258 (P60.527) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 258)

HoB 259 (P60.562) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 259)

HoB 260 (P60.564) Three Gray Ware fragments: bowl, loop handle, cup base (Fig. HoB 260)

HoB 261 (P60.526) Small buff jug (Fig. HoB 261)

HoB 262 (P60.563) Pithos with incised pattern (Fig. HoB 262)

HoB 263 (P60.518) Gray Ware knob or boss with an impressed X (Figs. 10.3 and HoB 263)

HoB 264 (P60.548) Pithos, thumbprints on rim (Fig. HoB 264)

Terracotta

HoB 265 (T60.42) Spindle whorl (Fig. HoB 265)

Stone

HoB 266 (S14.7) Stone bead (Fig. HoB 266)

Glass

HoB 267 (G60.50) Glass bead, yellow [photo is black and white] (Fig. HoB 267)

South of Deep Sounding B

Pottery

HoB 268 (P13.182) Krater (?) handle fragment, painted (Fig. HoB 268)

HoB 269 (P13.189) Ring foot, painted (Fig. HoB 269)

HoB 270 (P13.202) Black on Red closed vessel (Fig. HoB 270)

HoB 271 (P12.14) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 271)

HoB 272 (P12.20) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 272)

HoB 273 (P14.25) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 273)

HoB 274 (P14.29) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 274)

See Table - South of Deep Sounding B

HoB 275 (P12.102) Pithos with incised groove decoration (Fig. HoB 275)

Terracotta

HoB 276 (T12.11) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 276)

Bone

HoB 277 (BI12.1) Bone toggle (Fig. HoB 277)

*96.4 floor at W20/S115–120

(see Fig. 4.2)

In addition to local pieces listed below, there was a significant number of imported Geometric period sherds of the kind that are often categorized as East Greek Geometric, Cycladic, or Euboean, as well as one or two Protogeometric and earlier Geometric pieces, out of context. These include the following, at *96.4 and below, around *96.1.

Pottery

HoB 278 (P64.354) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 278)

HoB 279 (P64.355) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 279)

HoB 280 (P64.356) Large Bichrome krater (Fig. HoB 280)

HoB 281 (P64.351) Cup, perhaps Cycladic or Euboean Middle Geometric (Fig. HoB 281)

Stone

HoB 282 (S64.48) Large whetstone or polishing stone (Fig. HoB 282)

To *96.10
Pottery

HoB 283 (P64.434) Large shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 283)

HoB 284 (P64.437) Large Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 284)

HoB 285 (P12.90) Black on Red cup rim (Fig. HoB 285)

HoB 286 (P64.435) East Greek bird skyphos (Fig. HoB 286)

HoB 287 (P64.439) Round-mouthed Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 287)

HoB 288 (P64.436) Large East Greek closed vessel (Fig. HoB 288)

HoB 289 (P64.442) White Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 289)

HoB 290 (P64.433) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 290)

To *95.60

HoB 291 (P64.444) Fragment of Black on Red shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 291)

HoB 292 (P64.445) Imported Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 292)

HoB 293 (P64.443) Shoulder of a Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 293)

HoB 294 (P14.15) Gray Ware lid with impressed triangles (Fig. HoB 294)

HoB 295 (P83.63) Iron Age cooking pot (Manisa 6676) (Fig. HoB 295)

The level below the *95.5 floor of Deep Sounding B consisted of the typical mixture of brown earth and larger sand lenses. At the south end, below the stones and pithos sherds mentioned in Deep Sounding A, the dark earth with charcoal continued but became sandier about *95.2 and produced much less pottery. Aside from the pithoi, a typical sample of sherds from the stratum in question might run as in Table - Level *95.2

The plain reddish-buff ware, of coarser and finer textures, gave little evidence of attention to surface finish. The plain yellow-buff ware was generally of fine texture. See p. 44.

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome from ca. *97.0 to *94.75

HoB 296 (P14.17) Large Gray Ware bowl with impressed triangles (Fig. HoB 296)

HoB 297 (P12.9) Heavy Gray Ware bowl with double spool handle (Fig. HoB 297)

HoB 298 (P14.18) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 298)

HoB 299 (P12.10) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 299)

HoB 300 (P12.11) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 300)

HoB 301 (P12.19) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 301)

HoB 302 (P12.12) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 302)

HoB 303 (P14.14) Gray Ware jug handle (Fig. HoB 303)

HoB 304 (P14.24) Large Gray Ware jug handle (Fig. HoB 304)

HoB 305 (P12.4) Large Gray Ware krater (?) (Fig. HoB 305)

HoB 306 (P14.19) Gray Ware lug handle of large bowl (Fig. HoB 306)

by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage

East End

Pottery

See Table - Lydian III, East End (1)

HoB 307 (P62.293) Large Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 307)

HoB 308 (P61.577) Black on Red shallow bowl fragment (Fig. HoB 308)

HoB 309 (P62.299) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 309)

HoB 310 (P60.565) Small cup (Fig. HoB 310)

HoB 311 (P60.534) Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 311)

HoB 312 (P60.598) Greek Geometric krater (Fig. HoB 312)

HoB 313 (P60.546) Black on Red jug or amphora (Fig. HoB 313)

HoB 314 (P61.576) Brown on Buff closed shape (Fig. HoB 314)

HoB 315 (P62.200) White Bichrome closed vessel (Fig. HoB 315)

HoB 316 (P60.571) Black on Red closed vessel (Fig. HoB 316)

HoB 317 (P60.532) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 317)

HoB 318 (P62.242) Large cooking pot (Fig. HoB 318)

HoB 319 (P62.221) Cooking bowl (Fig. HoB 319)

HoB 320 (P62.267) Lid of cooking pot with semicircular spoon cutout (Fig. HoB 320)

HoB 321 (P62.298) Gold Dust ware lid (Fig. HoB 321)

HoB 322 (P61.574) Ephesianizing rim (Fig. HoB 322)

See Table - Lydian III, East End (2)

HoB 323 vacat.

Bone

HoB 324 (BI61.31) Bone toggle (Manisa 6702) (Fig. HoB 324)

Central Area

Pottery

HoB 325 (P66.25)Red on White high-stemmed dish (Manisa 5346) (Fig. HoB 325)

HoB 326 (P65.272) Black on Red low-stemmed bowl (Fig. HoB 326)

HoB 327 (P61.494) Black on Red bowl or dish (Fig. HoB 327)

HoB 328 (P65.276) Carinated Bichrome bowl (Fig. HoB 328)

HoB 329 (P62.239) Rounded skyphos (Fig. HoB 329)

HoB 330 (P62.297) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 330)

HoB 331 (P68.67) Black on Red round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 331)

HoB 332 (P65.220) Black on Red “loose style” jug (Fig. HoB 332)

HoB 333 (P66.69) Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 333)

HoB 334 (P13.21) Bichrome jar with circle designs (Figs. 1.15 and HoB 334)

HoB 335 (P18.63) Ephesianizing rim (Fig. HoB 335)

HoB 336 (P65.274) Banded, flaring buff foot (Fig. HoB 336)

HoB 337 (P66.37) Gray Ware trefoil jug (Fig. HoB 337)

HoB 338 (P65.273) Gray Ware krater with mending holes (Fig. HoB 338)

HoB 339 (P65.221) Gray Ware lid (Figs. 1.4 and HoB 339)

HoB 340 (P66.35) Gray Ware lid (Fig. HoB 340)

HoB 341 (P62.288) Dark Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 341)

HoB 342 (P65.270) Coarse gray jar (Fig. HoB 342)

HoB 343 (P14.34) Gray Ware handle (Fig. HoB 343)

HoB 344 (P13.33) Spout of a Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 344)

See theTabulation of the Eastern Part of the Central Area

HoB 345 (P65.271) Imported Brown on Buff large metopal deep bowl (Fig. HoB 345)

HoB 346 (P62.251) Imported Geometric painted bowl (Fig. HoB 346)

HoB 347 (P66.64) Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 347)

HoB 348 (P68.50) East Greek bird skyphos (Fig. HoB 348)

HoB 349 (P66.39) Corinthian Geometric linear kotyle (Fig. HoB 349)

HoB 350 (P96.27) Corinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 350)

HoB 351 (P65.222) East Greek krater (Fig. HoB 351)

HoB 352 (P65.260) Krater/bowl on high foot (Fig. HoB 352)

HoB 353 (P66.41) Greek Geometric krater (Fig. HoB 353)

HoB 353A (P17.3) East Greek krater fragment (Fig. HoB 353A)

HoB 354 (P16.36) Imported Black on Red globular vessel (Fig. HoB 354)

HoB 355 (P62.294) Corinthian Geometric trefoil jug (Manisa 4951) (Fig. HoB 355)

HoB 356 (P65.269) Painted Milesian transport amphora (Fig. HoB 356)

HoB 357 (P65.192) Two sherds of white fabric, imported (Fig. HoB 357)

HoB 358 (T12.10) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 358)

HoB 359 (T12.13) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 359)

HoB 360 (T12.8) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 360)

HoB 361 (T12.9) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 361)

Metal

HoB 362 (M11.3) Bronze tweezer fragment (Fig. HoB 362)

HoB 363 (M84.9) Bronze fibula

HoB 364 (M17.6) Iron knife (Fig. HoB 364)

HoB 365 (M17.7) Iron object (Fig. HoB 365)

HoB 366 (M15.6) Iron hook (Fig. HoB 366)

HoB 366A (M17.8) Iron points, three or four (Fig. HoB 366A)

Bone

HoB 367 (BI66.2) Bone knife handle (Fig. HoB 367)

In Association with the Human Remains Found in a Shallow Hole

HoB 368 (P68.27) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 368)

HoB 369 (P68.6) Round-mouthed Bichrome jug (Fig. HoB 369)

HoB 370 (P68.7) Large Bichrome stand (Fig. HoB 370)

HoB 371 (P68.30) (Fig. HoB 371)

HoB 372 (P12.25) Cooking pot with high handle (Fig. HoB 372)

HoB 373 (G68.1) Dark glass bead (Fig. HoB 373)

Floor at W0–5/S98–101 *97.6–97.4

A “cache” of pots in what was perhaps a pit, under Floor, at W0–5/S98–101 *97.6–97.4. This cache, similar to a “puppy burial,” includes HoB 374, HoB 375, HoB 376, and HoB 377. See Figs. 5.15 and 5.16.

However, this group did not contain an iron knife or canid bones, and was therefore rejected by Greenewalt in his study of these assemblages (Greenewalt and Payne, Ritual Dinners, p. 27, no. 1).

HoB 374 (P66.26) Black on Red low stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 374)

HoB 375 (P66.29) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 375)

HoB 376 (P66.27) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Manisa 6592) (Fig. HoB 376)

HoB 377 (P66.28) Small Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 377)

HoB 378 (T66.2) Hearth stand for a pot (Fig. HoB 378)

South Side

Pottery

Pottery analysis from two contiguous areas indicates that the proportion of different wares and imports gives a good idea of the chronological horizon that fits well with the impression gained from the imports in the Central Area that have already been described:

Associated with fragments of 11⁄2 boxes (the foundations: floor rises to east):9

W4–15/S112–118 *97.00 Extending expanse of *97 floor to North:

See Table - *97 floor

There is a considerable patch of burned floor10 that produced about half a box of pottery:

See Table - *97 burned floor

50% Gray; 15% Cooking; 15% plain; 20% Painted

1 piece Lydian Geometric plate rim, concentric semicircles, Brown on Buff

3 pieces, joining, of a high sloping foot of a large vessel, Brown on Buff

HoB 379 (P70.18) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 379)

HoB 380 (P64.358) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 380)

HoB 381 (P70.19) Lydian imitation of Greek cup (Fig. HoB 381)

HoB 382 (P70.20) East Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 382)

HoB 383 (P70.16) East Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 383)

HoB 384 (P64.364) Imported (?) Protogeometric Greek cup with thin metopal lines (Fig. HoB 384)

HoB 385 (P66.57) Large Gray Ware amphora (Fig. HoB 385)

HoB 386 (P66.70) Biconical stand (Manisa 7511) (Fig. HoB 386)

Metal

HoB 387 (M14.11) Bronze fibula (Fig. HoB 387)

HoB 388 (M70.5) Bronze spoon or spatula (Fig. HoB 388)

HoB 389 (M70.4) Bronze pin (Fig. HoB 389)

HoB 390 (M84.11) Iron ingot (Fig. HoB 390)

Deep Sounding C and Vicinity

HoB 391 (P14.37) Brown on Buff plate (Fig. HoB 391)

HoB 392 (P12.57) Shallow Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 392)

HoB 393 (P66.65) Black on Red Cup (Fig. HoB 393)

HoB 394 (P12.93) Brown on Buff cup (Fig. HoB 394)

HoB 395 (P12.85) Large cup (Fig. HoB 395)

HoB 396 (P12.84) Imported Geometric large cup (Fig. HoB 396)

HoB 397 (P12.96) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 397)

HoB 398 (P13.203) Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 398)

HoB 399 (P14.39) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 399)

HoB 400 (P12.22) Gray Ware tool with holes (Fig. HoB 400)

HoB 401 (P12.36) Globular cooking pot (Fig. HoB 401)

W21–25/S117.50–119 to *96.10

HoB 402 (P14.38) Loop handle (Fig. HoB 402)

by R. Gül Gürtekin-Demir

The Western Edge of the Lydian Trench

Building H
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 403 (P12.139) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 403)

HoB 404 (P68.167) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 404)

HoB 405 (P12.148) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 405)

HoB 406 (P12.137) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 406)

HoB 407 (P68.164) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 407)

HoB 408 (P65.202) Oinochoe (Fig. HoB 408)

HoB 409 (P64.201) Small jug (Fig. HoB 409)

HoB 410 (P68.163) Waveline amphora (Manisa 4109) (Fig. HoB 410)

HoB 411 (P12.153) Bichrome amphora or oinochoe (Fig. HoB 411)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 412 (P68.172) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 412)

HoB 413 (P68.171) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 413)

HoB 414 (P68.86) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 414)

HoB 415 (P68.173) Gray Ware amphora (Fig. HoB 415)

HoB 416 (P65.219) Stand (?) (Fig. HoB 416)

Cooking Ware

HoB 417 (P68.170) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 417)

HoB 418 (P65.217) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 418)

Imported

HoB 419 (P12.143) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 419)

HoB 420 (P65.256) Small Protocorinthian oinochoe (Fig. HoB 420)

Terracotta

HoB 421 (Seal65.2) Terracotta stamp seal (Fig. HoB 421)

Metal

HoB 422 (M18.5) Iron sickle (Fig. HoB 422)

HoB 423 (M68.15) Iron spit (Fig. HoB 423)

Bone

HoB 424 (BI14.6) Knucklebones (Fig. HoB 424)

Building G
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 425 (P68.159) Black on Red stemmed dish (Manisa 7449) (Figs. 6.15HoB 425)

HoB 426 (P68.129) Ephesian ware dish (Fig. HoB 426)

HoB 427 (P64.183) Black on Red round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 427)

HoB 428 (P12.152) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 428)

HoB 429 (P12.135) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 429)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 430 (P65.279) Gray Ware stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 430)

HoB 431 (P65.214) Oinochoe (Fig. HoB 431)

HoB 432 (P65.215) Gray Ware oinochoe (Manisa 7496) (Fig. HoB 432)

HoB 433 (P65.216) Small Gray Ware squat jar (Manisa 4349) (Fig. HoB 433)

HoB 434 (P65.278) Jar (Fig. HoB 434)

HoB 435 (P65.160) Small Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 435)

Cooking Ware

HoB 436 (P68.168) Cooking pot (Manisa 7499) (Fig. HoB 436)

Imported

HoB 437 (P68.114) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 437)

Metal

HoB 438 (M18.4) Iron sheath (Figs. 6.15 and HoB 438)

Building K
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 439 (P12.144) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 439)

HoB 440 (P12.154) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 440)

HoB 441 (P12.138) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 441)

HoB 442 (P12.141) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 442)

HoB 443 (P12.157) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 443)

HoB 444 (P12.151) Bichrome oinochoe (?) (Fig. HoB 444)

HoB 445 (P12.136) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 445)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 446 (P12.156) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 446)

HoB 447 (P16.41) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 447)

HoB 448 (P16.43) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 448)

Imported

HoB 449 (P12.146) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 449)

HoB 450 (P68.162) Cup (Fig. HoB 450)

Metal

HoB 451 (M14.10) Iron chisel (Fig. HoB 451)

HoB 452 (M18.6) Iron double axe (Fig. HoB 452)

Building L
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 453 (P12.145) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 453)

HoB 454 (P12.142) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 454)

HoB 455 (P12.149) Large streaky skyphos (Fig. HoB 455)

HoB 456 (P68.141) Lebes (?) (Fig. HoB 456)

HoB 457 (P68.161) Closed vessel (oinochoe?) (Fig. HoB 457)

HoB 458 (P12.147) Bichrome stand (Fig. HoB 458)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 459 (P16.32) Gray Ware neck amphora (Fig. HoB 459)

Cooking Ware

HoB 460 (P68.169) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 460)

Imported

HoB 461 (P68.135) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 461)

Building O
Pottery
Cooking Ware

HoB 462 (P70.17) Cooking pot (Manisa 7497) (Fig. HoB 462)

Pithos

HoB 463 (P70.34) Pithos (Figs. 6.23 and HoB 463)

Building J
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 464 (P12.65) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 464)

HoB 465 (P12.134) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 465)

HoB 466 (P66.54) Bichrome skyphos (Fig. HoB 466)

Imported

HoB 467 (P66.50) Protocorinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 467)

HoB 468 (P66.53) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 468)

Metal

HoB 469 (M14.12) Iron spit (Fig. HoB 469)

W20–25/S95–100 Between *98.4 Floor and *97.8

The following items (HoB 470HoB 476) are not from Building J, but are from a level between J and a higher floor at *98.4 (“Floor Near Postholes,” on which see pp. 101–102), dating to between Lydian II and Lydian I.

Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 470 (P62.490) Ephesianizing lid (?) (Fig. HoB 470)

HoB 471 (P62.494) Pithos (Fig. HoB 471)

Imported

HoB 472 (P62.489) Corinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 472)

HoB 473 (P62.491) Protocorinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 473)

HoB 474 (P62.492) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 474)

HoB 475 (P62.493) Kotyle (Fig. HoB 475)

Terracotta

HoB 476 (T62.54) Terracotta loom weight (Fig. HoB 476)

See Table - To level *97.30

South Side and Central Area: Bothroi

Bothros East of Building G
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 477 (P65.173) Ephesianizing stemmed dish with lug attachments (Manisa 7450) (Fig. HoB 477)

HoB 478 (P65.178) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 478)

HoB 479 (P65.179) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 479)

HoB 480 (P65.189) Round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 480)

HoB 481 (P65.182) Oinochoe (Manisa 7403) (Fig. HoB 481)

HoB 482 (P65.184) Oinochoe (Manisa 7405) (Fig. HoB 482)

HoB 483 (P65.185) Oinochoe (Manisa 7401) (Fig. HoB 483)

HoB 484 (P65.187) Bichrome amphora (Fig. HoB 484)

HoB 485 (P65.188) Amphora (Fig. HoB 485)

HoB 486 (P65.180) Small Black on Red squat jar (Manisa 7469) (Fig. HoB 486)

HoB 487 (P65.181) Small squat jar (Fig. HoB 487)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 488 (P65.183) Oinochoe (Fig. HoB 488)

HoB 489 (P65.186) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 489)

HoB 490 (P65.191) Gray Ware amphora (Fig. HoB 490)

Cooking Ware

HoB 491 (P65.190) Cooking pot (Manisa 7501) (Fig. HoB 491)

HoB 492 (T65.15) Breadtray (Fig. HoB 492)

Imported

HoB 493 (P65.177) Small bowl (Fig. HoB 493)

HoB 494 (P65.174) Imitation Protocorinthian aryballos (Fig. HoB 494)

HoB 495 (P65.175) Late Protocorinthian aryballos (Fig. HoB 495)

HoB 496 (P65.176) Imitation Late Protocorinthian aryballos (Fig. HoB 496)

Terracotta

HoB 497 (T65.16) Loom weight (Fig. HoB 497)

Other Bothroi
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 498 (P12.162) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 498)

HoB 499 (P65.128) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 499)

HoB 500 (P65.167) Skyphos (Manisa 4950) (Fig. HoB 500)

HoB 501 (P12.150) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 501)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 502 (P65.127) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 502)

Imported

HoB 503 (P65.96) Large bowl (Fig. HoB 503)

HoB 504 (P66.60) Small Black on Red squat jar (Fig. HoB 504)

HoB 505 (P66.9) Small squat jar (Fig. HoB 505)

Bone

HoB 506 (BI61.27) Bone roundel (Manisa 5351) (Fig. HoB 506)

HoB 507 (BI65.2) Bone roundel (Manisa 4341) (Fig. HoB 507)

HoB 507A (T12.12) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunk with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 507A)

East End

The following were found close together in the area E5–10/S95–100 to *99.0 and were described as a “nest” of pots.

Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 508 (P60.602) Large Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 508)

HoB 509 (P60.523A) Large Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 509)

HoB 510 (P60.424) Wild Goat style stemmed dish fragment (Fig. HoB 510)

by R. Gül Gürtekin-Demir

Lydian Areas beneath the Roman House of Bronzes

The Lydian Shop
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 511 (P58.580) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 511)

HoB 512 (P58.581) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 512)

HoB 513 (P58.582) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 513)

HoB 514 (P58.583) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 514)

HoB 515 (P58.570) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 515)

HoB 516 (P58.573) Bowl (Fig. HoB 516)

HoB 517 (P58.589) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 517)

HoB 518 (P58.578) Lid (Manisa 6591) (Fig. HoB 518)

HoB 519 (P58.595) Lid (Fig. HoB 519)

HoB 520 (P58.584) Lekythos (Manisa 2210) (Fig. HoB 520)

HoB 521 (P58.588) Myrina amphora (Manisa 5365) (Fig. HoB 521)

HoB 522 (P58.587) Waveline amphora (Manisa 2209) (Fig. HoB 522)

HoB 523 (P58.586) Amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 523)

Note: The following amphora or hydria necks (HoB 524HoB 533) are illustrated upside down to show that they were undoubtedly used as pot stands after breakage. They have been purposely sheared off. See also HoB 630, HoB 702HoB 707, HoB 711, and HoB 765 as well as Fig. 1.2.

HoB 524 (P58.561) Waveline amphora neck (Fig. HoB 524)

HoB 525 (P58.560) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 525)

HoB 526 (P58.562) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 526)

HoB 527 (P58.563) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 527)

HoB 528 (P58.564) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 528)

HoB 529 (P58.565) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 529)

HoB 530 (P58.566) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 530)

HoB 531 (P58.567) Waveline hydria neck (Figs. 1.2 and HoB 531)

HoB 532 (P58.568) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 532)

HoB 533 (P58.569) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 533)

HoB 534 (P58.610) Large Ephesian ware closed vessel (Fig. HoB 534)

HoB 535 (P58.598) Pot stand (Fig. HoB 535)

HoB 536 (P58.574) Spool (Fig. HoB 536)

HoB 537 (P58.575) Spool (Fig. HoB 537)

HoB 538 (P58.576) Spool (Manisa 6567) (Fig. HoB 538)

HoB 539 (P58.579) Spool (Fig. HoB 539)

HoB 540 (P58.585) Red Bichrome pyxis (Fig. HoB 540)

HoB 541 (P58.572) Lydion (Fig. HoB 541)

HoB 542 (P58.571) Lydion (Fig. HoB 542)

Imported

HoB 543 (P58.577) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 543)

Below the Floor of the Lydian Shop
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 544 (P58.620) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 544)

HoB 545 (P58.622) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 545)

HoB 546 (P58.633) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 546)

HoB 547 (P58.621) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 547)

HoB 548 (P58.612) Bichrome oinochoe (?) (Fig. HoB 548)

HoB 549 (P59.201) Pot stand (Fig. HoB 549)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 550 (P58.631) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 550)

Cooking Ware

HoB 551 (P58.623) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 551)

Terracotta

HoB 552 (T59.16) Terracotta mold (Fig. HoB 552)

The Lydian Room
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 553 (P59.477) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 553)

HoB 554 (P59.449) Streaky glazed oinochoe (Fig. HoB 554)

HoB 555 (P59.479) Strainer (Fig. HoB 555)

HoB 556 (P59.500) Wild Goat style column krater (Fig. HoB 556)

Imported

HoB 557 (P59.377) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 557)

Lamp

HoB 558 (L59.81) Lamp body (Fig. HoB 558)

Test Pits into Lydian II Levels East of Lydian Room
E3–5/S55.5–57
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 559 (P59.395) Bichrome krater (Fig. HoB 559)

HoB 560 (P59.440) Bichrome amphora or oinochoe (Fig. HoB 560)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 561 (P59.549) Gray Ware oinochoe (Fig. HoB 561)

Imported

HoB 562 (P59.379) Protocorinthian linear kotyle (Fig. HoB 562)

E7–10/S55–57
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 563 (P59.451) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 563)

HoB 564 (P59.453) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 564)

HoB 565 (P59.452) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 565)

HoB 566 (P59.467) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 566)

HoB 567 (P59.518) Ephesianizing bowl (Fig. HoB 567)

HoB 568 (P59.448) Streaky glazed small jug (Fig. HoB 568)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 569 (P59.450) Buff Ware oinochoe (Fig. HoB 569)

HoB 570 (P59.466) Gray Ware basin (Fig. HoB 570)

HoB 571 (P59.409) Gray Ware small jar (Fig. HoB 571)

Imported

HoB 572 (P59.443) Late Protocorinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 572)

East End

Building A
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 573 (P60.340) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 573)

HoB 574 (P62.159) Bichrome skyphos (Fig. HoB 574)

HoB 575 (P62.158) Streaky glazed oinochoe (Fig. HoB 575)

HoB 576 (P62.99) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 576)

HoB 577 (P62.208) Waveline hydria (Manisa 5354) (Fig. HoB 577)

HoB 578 (P62.220) Waveline hydria or amphora (Fig. HoB 578)

Lamps

HoB 579 (L60.37a–j) Ten lamps (Manisa 4313 [L60.37E], 4314 [L60.37H], 4315 [L60.37J], 4316 [L60.37A], 4317 [L6037D], 4318 [L60.037F], 4319 [L60.37B], 4320 [L60.37I], 4321 [L60.37C, G]) (Fig. HoB 579)

Pottery
Cooking Ware

HoB 580 (P60.508) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 580)

Imported

HoB 581 (P62.100) Wild Goat style dish (Fig. HoB 581)

HoB 582 (P62.93) Ionian cup (Fig. HoB 582)

HoB 583 (P60.291) Attic black-figure stemmed cup (Fig. HoB 583)

HoB 584 (P60.504) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 584)

HoB 585 (P62.92) Early Corinthian alabastron (Fig. HoB 585)

HoB 586 (P62.127A) Middle or Late Corinthian aryballos (Fig. HoB 586)

Terracotta

HoB 587 (T61.18) Architectural terracotta (Fig. HoB 587)

HoB 588 (M62.37) Bronze clothing attachment? (Fig. HoB 588)

HoB 589 (M65.5) Bronze fibula (Fig. HoB 589)

Bone

HoB 590 (BI62.2) Bone pin (Fig. HoB 590)

HoB 591 (BI60.13) Bone object (Fig. HoB 591)

HoB 592 (BI14.7) Bone blank (Fig. HoB 592)

HoB 593 (BI14.2) Bone blank for pin? (Fig. HoB 593)

Building B
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 594 (P61.506) Ephesianizing stemmed (?) dish (Fig. HoB 594)

HoB 595 (P65.99) Red Bichrome bowl (Fig. HoB 595)

HoB 596 (P65.15) Round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 596)

HoB 597 (P65.6) Wild Goat style lebes (?) (Manisa 5887) (Fig. HoB 597)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 598 (P61.258) Bowl rim (Fig. HoB 598)

HoB 599 (P61.257) Lebes (Fig. HoB 599)

Imported

HoB 600 (P61.199) Dish (Fig. HoB 600)

HoB 601 (P65.9) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 601)

Stone

HoB 602 (S61.17) Stone mold (Fig. HoB 602)

HoB 603 (S61.16) Stone mold (Manisa 6654) (Fig. HoB 603)

HoB 604 (S63.1) Stone mold (Manisa 6653) (Fig. HoB 604)

HoB 605 (S63.6) Stone mold (Fig. HoB 605)

Bone

HoB 606 (BI61.15) Bone pin (Fig. HoB 606)

HoB 607 (BI61.16) Bone pin (Fig. HoB 607)

HoB 608 (BI61.17) Bone pins (Manisa 6719) (Fig. HoB 608)

HoB 609 (BI61.18) Bone pin (Manisa 6718) (Fig. HoB 609)

HoB 610 (BI14.3) Antler (Fig. HoB 610)

Central Area

Building D and Extension
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 611 (P63.608) Ephesianizing stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 611)

HoB 612 (P68.24) Lydian Orientalizing dish (Fig. HoB 612)

HoB 613 (P61.221) Dish (Fig. HoB 613)

HoB 614 (P12.161) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 614)

HoB 615 (P65.116) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 615)

HoB 616 (P65.73) Wild Goat style dish (Fig. HoB 616)

HoB 617 (P65.28) Small streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 617)

HoB 618 (P63.480A) Bichrome lebes (Fig. HoB 618)

HoB 619 (P65.38) Ephesianizing lebes (Fig. HoB 619)

HoB 620 (P65.43) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 620)

HoB 621 (P65.145) Streaky glazed oinochoe (Fig. HoB 621)

HoB 622 (P12.155) Bichrome oinochoe or amphora fragment (Fig. HoB 622)

HoB 623 (P63.574) Wild Goat style oinochoe or amphora (Fig. HoB 623)

HoB 624 (P65.75) Bichrome Waveline amphora (Fig. HoB 624)

HoB 625 (P12.163) Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 625)

HoB 626 (P63.269A, B, C) Orientalizing thymiaterion (?) (Fig. HoB 626)

HoB 627 (P65.14) Small Black on Red pyxis (Fig. HoB 627)

HoB 628 (P65.123) Ephesianizing handle (Fig. HoB 628)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 629 (P65.45) Gray Ware stemmed dish (small) (Fig. HoB 629)

HoB 630 (P65.44) Gray Ware amphora neck (Fig. HoB 630)

Cooking Ware

HoB 631 (P63.575) Cooking ware bowl (Fig. HoB 631)

Pithos

HoB 632 (P66.79) Pithos (Fig. HoB 632)

Imported

HoB 633 (P63.581) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 633)

HoB 634 (P65.39) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 634)

HoB 635 (P61.570) Ionian cup (Fig. HoB 635)

HoB 636 (P65.77) Black-polished round-mouthed jug (Manisa) (Fig. HoB 636)

HoB 637 (P65.83) Ionian oinochoe (Fig. HoB 637)

HoB 638 (P63.394) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 638)

HoB 639 (P15.54) Chian amphora (Fig. HoB 639)

Pithos

HoB 640 (P63.507) Pithos (Fig. HoB 640)

HoB 641 (P63.573) Early Corinthian alabastron (Fig. HoB 641)

HoB 642 (T65.4) Terracotta bird (?) figurine (Fig. HoB 642)

HoB 643 (P61.533) Terracotta figure (?) (Fig. HoB 643)

HoB 644 (T68.2) Spindle whorl (Manisa) (Fig. HoB 644)

HoB 645 (T14.19) Loom weights (Fig. HoB 645)

South Side

Building E
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 646 (P63.496) Bichrome stemmed dish (Manisa 4355) (Fig. HoB 646)

HoB 647 (P63.495) “Early Fikellura” skyphos (Fig. HoB 647)

HoB 648 (P63.626) Miniature streaky glazed lekythos (Fig. HoB 648)

HoB 649 (P63.627) Handle attachment (?) (Fig. HoB 649)

Lamps

HoB 650 (L63.60) Lamp (Manisa 4255) (Fig. HoB 650)

HoB 651 (L63.50A) Lamp (Manisa 4279) (Fig. HoB 651)

HoB 652 (L63.50B) Lamp (Manisa 4252) (Fig. HoB 652)

Building F
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 653 (P65.23) Ephesian ware stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 653)

HoB 654 (P63.240 and P63.491) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 654)

HoB 655 (P68.53) Large stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 655)

HoB 656 (P63.606a) Large stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 656)

HoB 657 (P65.159) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 657)

HoB 658 (P63.351) Imitation of a Protocorinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 658)

HoB 659 (P63.613) Round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 659)

HoB 660 (P65.65) Bichrome amphora (Fig. HoB 660)

HoB 661 (P12.160) Bichrome amphora (Fig. HoB 661)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 662 (P65.71) Small squat jar (Manisa 7470) (Fig. HoB 662)

HoB 663 (P63.494) Body sherd (Fig. HoB 663)

Imported

HoB 664 (P63.493) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 664)

HoB 665 (P63.492) Corinthian transitional linear kotyle (Fig. HoB 665)

HoB 666 (P64.23) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 666)

Lamp

HoB 667 (L63.49) Lamp (Manisa 4280) (Fig. HoB 667)

Terracotta

6 unbaked pyramidal loom weights. See page 100.

HoB 668 (T64.9) Terracotta female figurine (Fig. HoB 668)

Bone

HoB 669 (BI63.11) Bone weaving tablet (Fig. HoB 669)

HoB 670 (BI18.10) Bone roundel (Fig. HoB 670)

HoB 671 (BI18.11) Small bone roundel (Fig. HoB 671)

Floor at W5–10/S114–116 *99.6–98.9

The following six inventoried pieces (HoB 672HoB 677) came from the floor at W5–10/S114–116 *99.6–98.9; four additional boxes are tabulated in Table - To level *97.30

Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 672 (P64.22) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 672)

HoB 673 (P64.27a) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 673)

HoB 674 (P64.27b) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 674)

Imported

HoB 675 (P64.25) Black on Red oinochoe (Fig. HoB 675)

HoB 676 (P64.24) Wild Goat style oinochoe (Fig. HoB 676)

HoB 677 (P64.26) Black on Red small squat jar (Fig. HoB 677)

Well Associated with F

The catalogue here includes only the material prior to mid-sixth century from the well, not the later finds.

Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 678 (P63.100) Dish (Fig. HoB 678)

Imported

HoB 679 (P63.72) Black polished oinochoe (?) (Fig. HoB 679)

Floors South of Building C

Floor Near the Postholes at *98.4

See Table - *98.4 Floor

Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 680 (P62.483) Stemmed (?) dish (Fig. HoB 680)

HoB 681 (P62.482) Streaky glazed oinochoe (Manisa 7404) (Fig. HoB 681)

HoB 682 (P62.485) Bichrome amphora or oinochoe (Fig. HoB 682)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 683 (P62.484) Bowl (Fig. HoB 683)

Imported

HoB 684 (P18.23) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 684)

HoB 685 (P18.29) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 685)

HoB 686 (P18.31) Ionian cup (Fig. HoB 686)

HoB 687 (P18.27) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 687)

HoB 688 (P18.25) Ionian cup (Fig. HoB 688)

HoB 689 (P18.24) Corinthian aryballos (Fig. HoB 689)

HoB 690 (P18.32) Bowl (Fig. HoB 690)

Above the Floor by the Postholes
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 691 (P62.479) Ephesianizing stemmed (?) dish (Fig. HoB 691)

HoB 692 (P62.464) Imitation of a Protocorinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 692)

Imported

HoB 693 (P62.481) Wild Goat style skyphos (Fig. HoB 693)

Metal

HoB 694 (M62.83) Bronze cross-shaped object (Fig. HoB 694)

Stone

HoB 695 (S62.67) Stone whetstone (Fig. HoB 695)

Pot Hoard A at *99.05
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 696 (P14.51) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 696)

HoB 697 (P62.466) Bowl (Fig. HoB 697)

HoB 698 (P14.93) Streaky glazed krater (Fig. HoB 698)

HoB 699 (P14.54) Waveline hydria or amphora (Fig. HoB 699)

HoB 700 (P62.462) Waveline hydria (Fig. HoB 700)

HoB 701 Fragments of three or more additional hydrias or amphoras (discarded 1962)

The following hydria and amphora necks (HoB 702HoB 707) are illustrated upside down, as pot stands, since that is undoubtedly how they were meant to be used after breakage. See also HoB 524HoB 533, HoB 711, and HoB 765 as well as Fig. 1.2.

HoB 702 (P14.49) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 702)

HoB 703 (P14.50) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 703)

HoB 704 (P14.53) Waveline hydria neck (Fig. HoB 704)

HoB 705 (P14.60) Waveline hydria or amphora neck (Fig. HoB 705)

HoB 706 (P14.48) Waveline hydria or amphora neck (Fig. HoB 706)

HoB 707 Fragments of perhaps seven additional Waveline jar necks (discarded 1962)

HoB 708 (P14.52) Waveline (?) hydria or amphora (Fig. HoB 708)

HoB 709 (P14.55) Bichrome closed vessel (Fig. HoB 709)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 710 (P62.447) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 710)

Cooking Ware

HoB 711 (P14.47) Cooking ware amphora neck (Fig. HoB 711)

HoB 712 Fragments of two or more cooking pots (discarded 1962)

HoB 713 Fragments of breadtray (discarded 1962)

Imported

HoB 714 (P14.59) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 714)

HoB 715 (P14.58) Ionian cup (Fig. HoB 715)

Terracotta

HoB 716 (T14.18) Group of loom weights (Fig. HoB 716)

Stone

HoB 717 (S62.57) Upper grindstone (saddle quern) (Fig. HoB 717)

Bone

HoB 718 (BI14.5) Bone pin (Fig. HoB 718)

Floor with Puppy Burials at *99.4
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 719 (P62.363) Streaky glazed stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 719)

HoB 720 (P62.442B) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 720)

HoB 721 (P62.442A) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 721)

HoB 722 (P62.444) Streaky glazed skyphos (Manisa 7118) (Fig. HoB 722)

HoB 723 (P62.443A) Streaky glazed small skyphos (Fig. HoB 723)

HoB 724 (P62.443B) Streaky glazed small skyphos (Manisa 6667) (Fig. HoB 724)

HoB 725 (P62.441) Oinochoe (Manisa 7084) (Fig. HoB 725)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 726 (P62.445) Oinochoe (Manisa 6665) (Fig. HoB 726)

Cooking Ware

HoB 727 (P62.446) Hearth stand (Fig. HoB 727)

Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 728 (P62.386) Semi-glazed lekythos (Manisa 4116) (Fig. HoB 728)

HoB 729 (P65.2) “Early Fikellura” aryballos (Fig. HoB 729)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 730 (P62.216) Gold Dust ware lid with rectangular cutout (Fig. HoB 730)

Imported

HoB 731 (P62.351) Ionian kantharos (Fig. HoB 731)

HoB 732 (P62.155) Black-polished round-mouthed oinochoe (Fig. HoB 732)

In addition to these vessels, there were many fragments of both local and probably imported pottery recorded in the field notes.

Terracotta

HoB 733 (T14.17) Loom weights (Fig. HoB 733)

Metal

HoB 734 (M61.92) Intaglio die (Manisa 6655) (Fig. HoB 734)

HoB 735 (M62.8) Bridle ornament (Fig. HoB 735)

HoB 736 (M62.57) Unfinished bronze ibex bridle or harness ornament (Fig. HoB 736)

Refuse Piles

Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 737 (P63.405P) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 737)

HoB 738 (P63.406Q) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 738)

HoB 739 (P63.405O) Black on Red stemmed dish stem (Fig. HoB 739)

HoB 740 (P63.375) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 740)

HoB 741 (P63.405N) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 741)

HoB 742 (P63.393A) Streaky glazed skyphos (Manisa 4350) (Fig. HoB 742)

HoB 743 (P63.393B) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 743)

HoB 744 (P63.393C) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 744)

HoB 745 (P63.393D) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 745)

HoB 746 (P63.393E) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 746)

HoB 747 (P63.393G) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 747)

HoB 748 (P63.393F) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 748)

HoB 749 (P63.431) Bichrome skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 749)

HoB 750 (P63.366) Wild Goat style lebes (Manisa 1676) (Fig. HoB 750)

HoB 751 (P63.370) Small olpe (Manisa 4353) (Fig. HoB 751)

HoB 752 (P63.371) Small olpe (Fig. HoB 752)

HoB 753 (P63.367) Bichrome oinochoe (Manisa 4423) (Figs. 1.11 and HoB 753)

HoB 754 (P63.372B) Small oinochoe (Manisa 7099) (Fig. HoB 754)

HoB 755 (P63.372C) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 755)

HoB 756 (P63.372D) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 756)

HoB 757 (P63.411S) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 757)

HoB 758 (P63.405H) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 758)

HoB 759 (P63.405L) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 759)

HoB 760 (P63.405K) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 760)

HoB 761 (P63.405M) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 761)

HoB 762 (P63.430) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 762)

HoB 763 (P63.405I) Small oinochoe (Fig. HoB 763)

HoB 764 (P63.372A) Small oinochoe (Manisa 6672)

HoB 765 (P63.411V) Waveline amphora or hydria neck (Fig. HoB 765)

HoB 766 (P63.429) Miniature hydria (Fig. HoB 766)

HoB 767 (P63.438) Small jar (Fig. HoB 767)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 768 (P63.411U) Bowl (Fig. HoB 768)

HoB 769 (P63.411T) Round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 769)

HoB 770 (P63.373) Jar (Manisa 4351) (Fig. HoB 770)

HoB 771 (P63.442) Stemmed dish (?) rim fragment (Fig. HoB 771)

Cooking Ware

HoB 772 (P63.369) Cooking pot (Manisa 7498) (Fig. HoB 772)

HoB 773 (P63.407R) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 773)

Imported

HoB 774 (P63.641) Rosette bird bowl (Fig. HoB 774)

HoB 775 (P63.508) Rosette bird bowl (Fig. HoB 775)

HoB 776 (P63.434) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 776)

HoB 777 (P63.436) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 777)

HoB 778 (P63.435) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 778)

HoB 779 (P63.433) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 779)

HoB 780 (P63.437) Cup (Fig. HoB 780)

HoB 781 (P63.439) Cup (Fig. HoB 781)

HoB 782 (P63.440) Aryballos (?) bottom (Fig. HoB 782)

HoB 783 (L63.38) Lamp (Fig. HoB 783)

Terracotta

HoB 784 (T63.48) Terracotta camel (ungulate?) figurine (Fig. HoB 784)

HoB 785 (P63.307, P63.308) Terracotta “Exhibitionist” figurine (Manisa 4359 and 4360) (Fig. HoB 785)

2 Fieldbook HoB 1960.IV:14. 9 W5–15/S115–118 *97.00. 10 At ca. W9–10/S112–116.
  • Fig. 3.9

    Section showing south face of Deep Sounding C (W1–6 / S108.5–9; section C–C in Fig. 3.1). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 1

    HoB 1: Early Lydian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 2

    HoB 2: Early Lydian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 3

    HoB 3: Protogeometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 4

    HoB 4: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 5

    HoB 5: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 6

    HoB 6: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 7

    HoB 7: Large jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 8

    HoB 8: Jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 9

    HoB 9: Large jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 10

    HoB 10: Jar or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 11

    HoB 11: Small jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 12

    HoB 12: Red on buff rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 13

    HoB 13: Painted closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 14

    HoB 14: Body fragment with streaky brown decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 15

    HoB 15: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 16

    HoB 16: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 17

    HoB 17: Gray Ware handled bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 18

    HoB 18: Deep Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 19

    HoB 19: Scoop bowl handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 20

    HoB 20: Small, thin-walled bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 21

    HoB 21: Gray Ware cup with handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 22

    HoB 22: Cup or bowl with vertical handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 23

    HoB 23: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 24

    HoB 24: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 25

    HoB 25: Handle of a jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 26

    HoB 26: Large trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 27

    HoB 27: Trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 28

    HoB 28: Open vessel with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 29

    HoB 29: Scoop handle of bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 30

    HoB 30: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 31

    HoB 31: Wide-necked cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 32

    HoB 32: Band handle of cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 33

    HoB 33: One leg from a three-legged cooking bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 34

    HoB 34: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 35

    HoB 35: Bronze bead. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 36

    HoB 36: Bronze fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 37

    HoB 37: Iron knife blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 38

    HoB 38: Bone toggle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 39

    HoB 39: Thin-walled bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 40

    HoB 40: Delicate bowl or cup with flat base. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 41

    HoB 41: Small cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 42

    HoB 42: Vessel rim with handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 43

    HoB 43: Large vessel, everted rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 44

    HoB 44: Closed vessel with handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 45

    HoB 45: Body sherd of a closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 46

    HoB 46: Body sherd. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 47

    HoB 47: Handle and wall fragment of bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 48

    HoB 48: Handle of a large pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 49

    HoB 49: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 50

    HoB 50: Coarseware vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 51

    HoB 51: Coarseware vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 52

    HoB 52: Shoulder of coarseware vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.14

    Section B–B in Deep Sounding B. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *94.75 Hearth Level and Below

    Levels *94.75 hearth / Below the hearth to *94.00 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 53

    HoB 53: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 54

    HoB 54: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 55

    HoB 55: Amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 56

    HoB 56: Painted lid of large pithos (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.6

    A finger was wiped through the wet clay to create part of this design on a pithos (HoB 57). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 57

    HoB 57: Pithos with incised marks and decoration made with a finger. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 58

    HoB 58: Pithos with incisions and finger marks. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 59

    HoB 59: Painted bowl or jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 60

    HoB 60: Carinated bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 61

    HoB 61: Painted pithos or krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 62

    HoB 62: Pithos with incised mark. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 63

    HoB 63: Imported jug (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 64

    HoB 64: Painted cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 65

    HoB 65: Closed vessel with concentric semicircles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 66

    HoB 66: Buff Ware bowl with loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 67

    HoB 67: Krater with painted three-quarter concentric circles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 68

    HoB 68: Gray Ware closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 69

    HoB 69: Carinated bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 70

    HoB 70: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 71

    HoB 71: Pithos with incised mark and hole. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 72

    HoB 72: Gray Ware bowl with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 73

    HoB 73: Brown on Buff krater with concentric semicircles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *93.7-93.4

    Level *93.7–93.4 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 74

    HoB 74: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 75

    HoB 75: Brown on Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 76

    HoB 76: Trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 77

    HoB 77: Carinated storage jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 78

    HoB 78: Pithos with incised chevron pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 79

    HoB 79: Gray Ware jar with ridges. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 80

    HoB 80: Carinated bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 81

    HoB 81: Streaked and banded bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 82

    HoB 82: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 83

    HoB 83: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 84

    HoB 84: Buff Ware cup or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 85

    HoB 85: Buff Ware jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 86

    HoB 86: Early Lydian cup (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 87

    HoB 87: Imported Protogeometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 88

    HoB 88: Clay basin of breadtray fabric. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 89

    HoB 89: Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 90

    HoB 90: Buff Ware jug with incised decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 91

    HoB 91: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 92

    HoB 92: Bowl or cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 93

    HoB 93: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 94

    HoB 94: Large jug, possibly imported. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 95

    HoB 95: Closed painted vessel, Late Mycenaean? (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 96

    HoB 96: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 97

    HoB 97: Lug handle with pierced hole. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 98

    HoB 98: Loom weight pierced by two holes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 99

    HoB 99: Loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 100

    HoB 100: Loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 101

    HoB 101: Iron knife blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 102

    HoB 102: Whetstone. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 103

    HoB 103: Granite quern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.17

    Fragments of baked mud showing the imprints of reeds from the roofing (?) of the hut in Deep Sounding B. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.18

    Detail of baked mud showing the imprints of reeds from Deep Sounding B. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 104

    HoB 104: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.19

    Mustafa Gürtekin excavating the Late Bronze Age pithos that had been used for a cremation burial in Deep Sounding B. Its opening faced east. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 105

    HoB 105: Pithos with two small lug handles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 106

    HoB 106: Rod or spit holder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.20

    Section A–A of Deep Sounding A. See Fig. 3.23. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Below *94.80

    Below level *94.80 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 107

    HoB 107: Handle of amphora or jug with paint. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 108

    HoB 108: Brown on Buff jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 109

    HoB 109: Closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 110

    HoB 110: Closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 111

    HoB 111: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 112

    HoB 112: Gray Ware bowl with loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 113

    HoB 113: Gray Ware one-handled cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 114

    HoB 114: Gray Ware dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 115

    HoB 115: Jar with herringbone pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 116

    HoB 116: Jar with combed wave pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 117

    HoB 117: Gray Ware jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 118

    HoB 118: Handmade jar with rope pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Deep Sounding A Small Box

    Levels *94.70–94.16 / *94.16–94.00 / *94.00–93.80 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 119

    HoB 119: Iron adze. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 120

    HoB 120: Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 121

    HoB 121: Handmade jar with painted decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 122

    HoB 122: Closed vessel with Black on Red decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 123

    HoB 123: Dark Brown on Buff, imported (?) jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 124

    HoB 124: Buff Ware carinated bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 125

    HoB 125: Buff Ware carinated bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 126

    HoB 126: Handle of large cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 127

    HoB 127: Gray Ware jug with handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 128

    HoB 128: Heavily burned large cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 129

    HoB 129: Terracotta knucklebone. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 130

    HoB 130: Buff Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 131

    HoB 131: Black on Buff plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 132

    HoB 132: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 133

    HoB 133: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 134

    HoB 134: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 135

    HoB 135: Bowl with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 136

    HoB 136: Bowl with cream-colored slip. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 137

    HoB 137: Brown on Buff bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 138

    HoB 138: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 139

    HoB 139: Imported Greek bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 140

    HoB 140: Streaked jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 141

    HoB 141: Mycenaean (?) cup rim and loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 142

    HoB 142: Imported painted cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 143

    HoB 143: Lydian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 144

    HoB 144: Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 145

    HoB 145: Small cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 146

    HoB 146: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 147

    HoB 147: Small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 148

    HoB 148: Black on Red cup or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 149

    HoB 149: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 150

    HoB 150: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 151

    HoB 151: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 152

    HoB 152: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 153

    HoB 153: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 154

    HoB 154: Trefoil rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 155

    HoB 155: Mycenaean krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 156

    HoB 156: Mycenaean krater fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 157

    HoB 157: Geometric krater or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 158

    HoB 158: Geometric krater or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 159

    HoB 159: Black on Red krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 160

    HoB 160: Brown on Buff (purplish) jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 161

    HoB 161: Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 162

    HoB 162: Small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 163

    HoB 163: Jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 164

    HoB 164: Jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 165

    HoB 165: Small buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 166

    HoB 166: Red on Buff large jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 167

    HoB 167: Mycenaean (?) Red on Buff amphora or jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 168

    HoB 168: Red on Buff banded amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 169

    HoB 169: Mycenaean (?) closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 170

    HoB 170: Large Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 171

    HoB 171: Small jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 172

    HoB 172: Red on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 173

    HoB 173: Band handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 174

    HoB 174: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 175

    HoB 175: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 176

    HoB 176: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 177

    HoB 177: Body of closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 178

    HoB 178: Body of closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 179

    HoB 179: Large Black on Red Lydian Geometric biconical pot stand, or foot of a large krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 180

    HoB 180: Gray Ware cup or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 181

    HoB 181: Gray Ware handled bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 182

    HoB 182: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 183

    HoB 183: Bowl rim and strap handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 184

    HoB 184: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 185

    HoB 185: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 186

    HoB 186: Thick-walled Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 187

    HoB 187: Small buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 188

    HoB 188: Gray Ware cup fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 189

    HoB 189: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 190

    HoB 190: Large Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 191

    HoB 191: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 192

    HoB 192: Gray Ware cup with ribbing. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 193

    HoB 193: Small buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 194

    HoB 194: Buff beaker. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 195

    HoB 195: Gray Ware krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 196

    HoB 196: Buff Ware lid with knob handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 197

    HoB 197: Lid of a vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 198

    HoB 198: Coarse Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 199

    HoB 199: Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 200

    HoB 200: Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 201

    HoB 201: Gray Ware storage jar with ridges. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 202

    HoB 202: Jar with sign or decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 203

    HoB 203: Gray Ware storage jar with wavy lines. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 204

    HoB 204: Gray Ware storage jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 205

    HoB 205: Gray Ware base and ring foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 206

    HoB 206: Globular buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 207

    HoB 207: Gray Ware twisted handle with grooves. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 208

    HoB 208: Gray Ware vessel with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 10.3

    Cooking pot handles with incised bosses. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 209

    HoB 209: Closed vessel (lid?) with projecting lug or boss. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 210

    HoB 210: Gray Ware handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 211

    HoB 211: Handmade buff lug foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 212

    HoB 212: Fragment of painted vessel, turned into a loom weight?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 213

    HoB 213: Strainer. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 214

    HoB 214: Cylindrical pot stand (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 215

    HoB 215: Gray Ware baby feeder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 216

    HoB 216: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 217

    HoB 217: Clay basin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 218

    HoB 218: Globular cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 219

    HoB 219: Large Gray Ware storage vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 220

    HoB 220: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 221

    HoB 221: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 222

    HoB 222: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 223

    HoB 223: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 224

    HoB 224: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 225

    HoB 225: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 226

    HoB 226: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 227

    HoB 227: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 228

    HoB 228: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 229

    HoB 229: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 230

    HoB 230: Terracotta spit holder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 231

    HoB 231: Doughnut-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 232

    HoB 232: Spindle whorl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 233

    HoB 233: High-arched fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 234

    HoB 234: Bronze needle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 235

    HoB 235: Bronze pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 236

    HoB 236: Iron knife blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 237

    HoB 237: Iron sickle blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 238

    HoB 238: Iron hook. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 239

    HoB 239: Small stone pounder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 240

    HoB 240: Whetstone, cut down and reused. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 241

    HoB 241: Stone celt. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 242

    HoB 242: Green schist seal with goat design. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 243

    HoB 243: Imported Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 244

    HoB 244: Black on Red pot stand or foot of large krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 245

    HoB 245: White Bichrome foot of krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 246

    HoB 246: Black on Red small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 247

    HoB 247: Painted spool handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 248

    HoB 248: Protogeometric (?) jug fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 249

    HoB 249: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 250

    HoB 250: Globular Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 251

    HoB 251: Fragments of oven or furnace grate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 252

    HoB 252: Shallow bowl, imported?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 253

    HoB 253: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 254

    HoB 254: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 255

    HoB 255: Local imitation of a Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian IV: Deep Sounding A

    Deep Sounding A (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 256

    HoB 256: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 257

    HoB 257: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 258

    HoB 258: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 259

    HoB 259: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 260

    HoB 260: Three Gray Ware fragments: bowl, loop handle, cup base. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 261

    HoB 261: Small buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 262

    HoB 262: Pithos with incised pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 263

    HoB 263: Gray Ware knob or boss with an impressed X. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 264

    HoB 264: Pithos, thumbprints on rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 265

    HoB 265: Spindle whorl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 266

    HoB 266: Stone bead. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 267

    HoB 267: Glass bead, yellow. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 268

    HoB 268: Krater (?) handle fragment, painted. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 269

    HoB 269: Ring foot, painted. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 270

    HoB 270: Black on Red closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 271

    HoB 271: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 272

    HoB 272: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 273

    HoB 273: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 274

    HoB 274: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - South of Deep Sounding B

    Deep Sounding B (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 275

    HoB 275: Pithos with incised groove decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 276

    HoB 276: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 277

    HoB 277: Bone toggle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 4.2

    Plan of the South Side in sector HoB, looking west, showing many of the features that appear in Fig. 4.1. At the far left, in the deep test pit, is the Lydian IV floor at *96.4. The top of the Lydian IV wall stub is at *96.75, and a Lydian III wall stub in the same test pit is at *97.70. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 278

    HoB 278: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 279

    HoB 279: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 280

    HoB 280: Large Bichrome krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 281

    HoB 281: Cup, perhaps Cycladic or Euboean Middle Geometric. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 282

    HoB 282: Large whetstone or polishing stone. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 283

    HoB 283: Large shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 284

    HoB 284: Large Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 285

    HoB 285: Black on Red cup rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 286

    HoB 286: East Greek bird skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 287

    HoB 287: Round-mouthed Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 288

    HoB 288: Large East Greek closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 289

    HoB 289: White Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 290

    HoB 290: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 291

    HoB 291: Fragment of Black on Red shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 292

    HoB 292: Imported Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 293

    HoB 293: Shoulder of a Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 294

    HoB 294: Gray Ware lid with impressed triangles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 295

    HoB 295: Iron Age cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Level *95.2

    Level *95.2 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 296

    HoB 296: Large Gray Ware bowl with impressed triangles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 297

    HoB 297: Heavy Gray Ware bowl with double spool handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 298

    HoB 298: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 299

    HoB 299: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 300

    HoB 300: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 301

    HoB 301: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 302

    HoB 302: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 303

    HoB 303: Gray Ware jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 304

    HoB 304: Large Gray Ware jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 305

    HoB 305: Large Gray Ware krater (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 306

    HoB 306: Gray Ware lug handle of large bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian III, East End (1)

    Levels Floors to *97.50 / Floors to 97.10 / Floors to *97.00 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 307

    HoB 307: Large Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 308

    HoB 308: Black on Red shallow bowl fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 309

    HoB 309: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 310

    HoB 310: Small cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 311

    HoB 311: Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 312

    HoB 312: Greek Geometric krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 313

    HoB 313: Black on Red jug or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 314

    HoB 314: Brown on Buff closed shape. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 315

    HoB 315: White Bichrome closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 316

    HoB 316: Black on Red closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 317

    HoB 317: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 318

    HoB 318: Large cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 319

    HoB 319: Cooking bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 320

    HoB 320: Lid of cooking pot with semicircular spoon cutout. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 321

    HoB 321: Gold Dust ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 322

    HoB 322: Ephesianizing rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian III, East End (2)

    Levels To *97.50 / To *97.10 / To *97.00 / To *96.80 / To *96.70 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 324

    HoB 324: Bone toggle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 325

    HoB 325: Red on White high-stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 326

    HoB 326: Black on Red low-stemmed bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 327

    HoB 327: Black on Red bowl or dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 328

    HoB 328: Carinated Bichrome bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 329

    HoB 329: Rounded skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 330

    HoB 330: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 331

    HoB 331: Black on Red round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 332

    HoB 332: Black on Red “loose style” jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 333

    HoB 333: Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.15

    Two Bichrome pots, with the same design, by the hand of the same pot painter; one found in HoB, and the other in PC. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 334

    HoB 334: Bichrome jar with circle designs. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 335

    HoB 335: Ephesianizing rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 336

    HoB 336: Banded, flaring buff foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 337

    HoB 337: Gray Ware trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 338

    HoB 338: Gray Ware krater with mending holes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.4

    Reconstruction showing how an exceptionally large lid (HoB 339) might have been used to smoke food over a fire. (Drawing by Catherine Alexander, ©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 339

    HoB 339: Gray Ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 340

    HoB 340: Gray Ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 341

    HoB 341: Dark Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 342

    HoB 342: Coarse gray jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 343

    HoB 343: Gray Ware handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 344

    HoB 344: Spout of a Gray Ware baby feeder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Tabulation of the Eastern Part of the Central Area

    Burned matter under *97.6 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 345

    HoB 345: Imported Brown on Buff large metopal deep bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 346

    HoB 346: Imported Geometric painted bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 347

    HoB 347: Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 348

    HoB 348: East Greek bird skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 349

    HoB 349: Corinthian Geometric linear kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 350

    HoB 350: Corinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 351

    HoB 351: East Greek krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 352

    HoB 352: Krater/bowl on high foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 353

    HoB 353: Greek Geometric krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 353A

    HoB 353A: East Greek krater fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 354

    HoB 354: Imported Black on Red globular vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 355

    HoB 355: Corinthian Geometric trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 356

    HoB 356: Painted Milesian transport amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 357

    HoB 357: Two sherds of white fabric, imported. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 358

    HoB 358: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 359

    HoB 359: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 360

    HoB 360: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 361

    HoB 361: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 362

    HoB 362: Bronze tweezer fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 364

    HoB 364: Iron knife. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 365

    HoB 365: Iron object. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 366

    HoB 366: Iron hook. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 366A

    HoB 366A: Iron points, three or four. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 367

    HoB 367: Bone knife handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 368

    HoB 368: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 369

    HoB 369: Round-mouthed Bichrome jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 370

    HoB 370: Large Bichrome stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 371

    HoB 371: Black on Red stand or base. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 372

    HoB 372: Cooking pot with high handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 373

    HoB 373: Dark glass bead. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 5.15

    Three of the four pots seen in the group in Fig. 5.16. For HoB 376, see Pl. 94. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 5.16

    Four pots in situ on the Destruction Level, Lydian III, at W1 / S100 *97.3. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 374

    HoB 374: Black on Red low stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 375

    HoB 375: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 376

    HoB 376: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 377

    HoB 377: Small Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 378

    HoB 378: Cooking Stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *97 floor

    Level *97 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *97 burned floor

    Level *97 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 379

    HoB 379: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 380

    HoB 380: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 381

    HoB 381: Lydian imitation of Greek cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 382

    HoB 382: East Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 383

    HoB 383: East Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 384

    HoB 384: Imported (?) Protogeometric Greek cup with thin metopal lines. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 385

    HoB 385: Large Gray Ware amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 386

    HoB 386: Biconical stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 387

    HoB 387: Bronze fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 388

    HoB 388: Bronze spoon or spatula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 389

    HoB 389: Bronze pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 390

    HoB 390: Iron ingot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 391

    HoB 391: Brown on Buff plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 392

    HoB 392: Shallow Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 393

    HoB 393: Black on Red Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 394

    HoB 394: Brown on Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 395

    HoB 395: Large cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 396

    HoB 396: Imported Geometric large cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 397

    HoB 397: Black on Red krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 398

    HoB 398: Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 399

    HoB 399: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 400

    HoB 400: Gray Ware tool with holes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 401

    HoB 401: Globular cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 402

    HoB 402: Loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 403

    HoB 403: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 404

    HoB 404: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 405

    HoB 405: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 406

    HoB 406: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 407

    HoB 407: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 408

    HoB 408: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 409

    HoB 409: Small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 410

    HoB 410: Waveline amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 411

    HoB 411: Bichrome amphora or oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 412

    HoB 412: Stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 413

    HoB 413: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 414

    HoB 414: Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 415

    HoB 415: Gray Ware amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 416

    HoB 416: Stand (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 417

    HoB 417: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 418

    HoB 418: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 419

    HoB 419: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 420

    HoB 420: Small Protocorinthian oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 421

    HoB 421: Terracotta stamp seal. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 422

    HoB 422: Iron sickle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 423

    HoB 423: Iron spit. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 424

    HoB 424: Knucklebones. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 6.15

    Stemmed dish (HoB 425) with iron dagger sheath (HoB 438) resting inside it, in situ on south side of Building G. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 425

    HoB 425: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 426

    HoB 426: Ephesian ware dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 427

    HoB 427: Black on Red round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 428

    HoB 428: Bichrome amphora (?) . (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 429

    HoB 429: Bichrome amphora (?) . (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 430

    HoB 430: Gray Ware stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 431

    HoB 431: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 432

    HoB 432: Gray Ware oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 433

    HoB 433: Small Gray Ware squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 434

    HoB 434: Jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 435

    HoB 435: Small Gray Ware baby feeder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 436

    HoB 436: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 437

    HoB 437: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 438

    HoB 438: Iron sheath. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 439

    HoB 439: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 440

    HoB 440: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 441

    HoB 441: Stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 442

    HoB 442: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 443

    HoB 443: Black on Red krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 444

    HoB 444: Bichrome oinochoe (?) . (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 445

    HoB 445: Bichrome amphora (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 446

    HoB 446: Gray Ware skyphos krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 447

    HoB 447: Gray Ware skyphos krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 448

    HoB 448: Gray Ware skyphos krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 449

    HoB 449: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 450

    HoB 450: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 451

    HoB 451: Iron chisel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 452

    HoB 452: Iron double axe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 453

    HoB 453: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 454

    HoB 454: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 455

    HoB 455: Large streaky skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 456

    HoB 456: Lebes (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 457

    HoB 457: Closed vessel (oinochoe?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 458

    HoB 458: Bichrome stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 459

    HoB 459: Gray Ware neck amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 460

    HoB 460: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 461

    HoB 461: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 462

    HoB 462: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 6.23

    Building O, northwest corner with a pithos (HoB 463) dug into a hole in the floor. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 463

    HoB 463: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 464

    HoB 464: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 465

    HoB 465: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 466

    HoB 466: Bichrome skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 467

    HoB 467: Protocorinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 468

    HoB 468: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 469

    HoB 469: Iron spit. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 470

    HoB 470: Ephesianizing lid (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 471

    HoB 471: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 472

    HoB 472: Corinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 473

    HoB 473: Protocorinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 474

    HoB 474: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 475

    HoB 475: Kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 476

    HoB 476: Terracotta loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - To level *97.30

    To level *97.30 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 477

    HoB 477: Ephesianizing stemmed dish with lug attachments. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 478

    HoB 478: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 479

    HoB 479: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 480

    HoB 480: Round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 481

    HoB 481: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 482

    HoB 482: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 483

    HoB 483: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 484

    HoB 484: Bichrome amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 485

    HoB 485: Amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 486

    HoB 486: Small Black on Red squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 487

    HoB 487: Small squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 488

    HoB 488: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 489

    HoB 489: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 490

    HoB 490: Gray Ware amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 491

    HoB 491: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 492

    HoB 492: Breadtray. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 493

    HoB 493: Small bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 494

    HoB 494: Imitation Protocorinthian aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 495

    HoB 495: Late Protocorinthian aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 496

    HoB 496: Imitation Late Protocorinthian aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 497

    HoB 497: Loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 498

    HoB 498: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 499

    HoB 499: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 500

    HoB 500: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 501

    HoB 501: Bichrome amphora (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 502

    HoB 502: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 503

    HoB 503: Large bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 504

    HoB 504: Small Black on Red squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 505

    HoB 505: Small squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 506

    HoB 506: Bone roundel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 507

    HoB 507: Bone roundel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 507A

    HoB 507A: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunk with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 508

    HoB 508: Large Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 509

    HoB 509: Large Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 510

    HoB 510: Wild Goat style stemmed dish fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 511

    HoB 511: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 512

    HoB 512: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 513

    HoB 513: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 514

    HoB 514: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 515

    HoB 515: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 516

    HoB 516: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 517

    HoB 517: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 518

    HoB 518: Lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 519

    HoB 519: Lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 520

    HoB 520: Lekythos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 521

    HoB 521: Myrina amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 522

    HoB 522: Waveline amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 523

    HoB 523: Amphora (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.2

    Cooking pot sitting on a broken-off hydria neck that serves as a pot stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 524

    HoB 524: Waveline amphora neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 525

    HoB 525: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 526

    HoB 526: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 527

    HoB 527: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 528

    HoB 528: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 529

    HoB 529: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 530

    HoB 530: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 531

    HoB 531: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 532

    HoB 532: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 533

    HoB 533: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 534

    HoB 534: Large Ephesian ware closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 535

    HoB 535: Pot stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 536

    HoB 536: Spool. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 537

    HoB 537: Spool. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 538

    HoB 538: Spool. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 539

    HoB 539: Spool. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 540

    HoB 540: Red Bichrome pyxis. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 541

    HoB 541: Lydion. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 542

    HoB 542: Lydion. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 543

    HoB 543: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 544

    HoB 544: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 545

    HoB 545: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 546

    HoB 546: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 547

    HoB 547: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 548

    HoB 548: Bichrome oinochoe (?) . (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 549

    HoB 549: Pot stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 550

    HoB 550: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 551

    HoB 551: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 552

    HoB 552: Terracotta mold. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 553

    HoB 553: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 554

    HoB 554: Streaky glazed oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 555

    HoB 555: Strainer. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 556

    HoB 556: Wild Goat style column krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 557

    HoB 557: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 558

    HoB 558: Lamp body. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 559

    HoB 559: Bichrome krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 560

    HoB 560: Bichrome amphora or oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 561

    HoB 561: Gray Ware oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 562

    HoB 562: Protocorinthian linear kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 563

    HoB 563: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 564

    HoB 564: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 565

    HoB 565: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 566

    HoB 566: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 567

    HoB 567: Ephesianizing bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 568

    HoB 568: Streaky glazed small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 569

    HoB 569: Buff Ware oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 570

    HoB 570: Gray Ware basin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 571

    HoB 571: Gray Ware small jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 572

    HoB 572: Late Protocorinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 573

    HoB 573: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 574

    HoB 574: Bichrome skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 575

    HoB 575: Streaky glazed oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 576

    HoB 576: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 577

    HoB 577: Waveline hydria. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 578

    HoB 578: Waveline hydria or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 579

    HoB 579: Ten lamps. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 580

    HoB 580: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 581

    HoB 581: Wild Goat style dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 582

    HoB 582: Ionian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 583

    HoB 583: Attic black-figure stemmed cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 584

    HoB 584: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 585

    HoB 585: Early Corinthian alabastron. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 586

    HoB 586: Middle or Late Corinthian aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 587

    HoB 587: Architectural terracotta. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 588

    HoB 588: Bronze clothing attachment?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 589

    HoB 589: Bronze fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 590

    HoB 590: Bone pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 591

    HoB 591: Bone object. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 592

    HoB 592: Bone blank. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 593

    HoB 593: Bone blank for pin?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 594

    HoB 594: Ephesianizing stemmed (?) dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 595

    HoB 595: Red Bichrome bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 596

    HoB 596: Round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 597

    HoB 597: Wild Goat style lebes (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 598

    HoB 598: Bowl rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 599

    HoB 599: Lebes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 600

    HoB 600: Dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 601

    HoB 601: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 602

    HoB 602: Stone mold. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 603

    HoB 603: Stone mold. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 604

    HoB 604: Stone mold. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 605

    HoB 605: Stone mold. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 606

    HoB 606: Bone pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 607

    HoB 607: Bone pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 608

    HoB 608: Bone pins. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 609

    HoB 609: Bone pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 610

    HoB 610: Antler. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 611

    HoB 611: Ephesianizing stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 612

    HoB 612: Lydian Orientalizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 613

    HoB 613: Dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 614

    HoB 614: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 615

    HoB 615: Black on Red dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 616

    HoB 616: Wild Goat style dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 617

    HoB 617: Small streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 618

    HoB 618: Bichrome lebes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 619

    HoB 619: Ephesianizing lebes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 620

    HoB 620: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 621

    HoB 621: Streaky glazed oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 622

    HoB 622: Bichrome oinochoe or amphora fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 623

    HoB 623: Wild Goat style oinochoe or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 624

    HoB 624: Bichrome Waveline amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 625

    HoB 625: Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 626

    HoB 626: Orientalizing thymiaterion (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 627

    HoB 627: Small Black on Red pyxis. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 628

    HoB 628: Ephesianizing handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 629

    HoB 629: Gray Ware stemmed dish (small). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 630

    HoB 630: Gray Ware amphora neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 631

    HoB 631: Cooking ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 632

    HoB 632: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 633

    HoB 633: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 634

    HoB 634: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 635

    HoB 635: Ionian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 636

    HoB 636: Black-polished round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 637

    HoB 637: Ionian oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 638

    HoB 638: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 639

    HoB 639: Chian amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 640

    HoB 640: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 641

    HoB 641: Early Corinthian alabastron. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 642

    HoB 642: Terracotta bird (?) figurine. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 643

    HoB 643: Terracotta figure (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 644

    HoB 644: Spindle whorl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 645

    HoB 645: Loom weights. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 646

    HoB 646: Bichrome stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 647

    HoB 647: “Early Fikellura” skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 648

    HoB 648: Miniature streaky glazed lekythos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 649

    HoB 649: Handle attachment (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 650

    HoB 650: Lamp. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 651

    HoB 651: Lamp. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 652

    HoB 652: Lamp. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 653

    HoB 653: Ephesian ware stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 654

    HoB 654: Ephesianizing dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 655

    HoB 655: Large stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 656

    HoB 656: Large stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 657

    HoB 657: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 658

    HoB 658: Imitation of a Protocorinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 659

    HoB 659: Round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 660

    HoB 660: Bichrome amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 661

    HoB 661: Bichrome amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 662

    HoB 662: Small squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 663

    HoB 663: Body sherd. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 664

    HoB 664: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 665

    HoB 665: Corinthian transitional linear kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 666

    HoB 666: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 667

    HoB 667: Lamp. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 668

    HoB 668: Terracotta female figurine. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 669

    HoB 669: Bone weaving tablet. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 670

    HoB 670: Bone roundel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 671

    HoB 671: Small bone roundel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 672

    HoB 672: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 673

    HoB 673: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 674

    HoB 674: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 675

    HoB 675: Black on Red oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 676

    HoB 676: Wild Goat style oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 677

    HoB 677: Black on Red small squat jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 678

    HoB 678: Dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 679

    HoB 679: Black polished oinochoe (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *98.4 Floor

    Level *98.4 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 680

    HoB 680: Stemmed (?) dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 681

    HoB 681: Streaky glazed oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 682

    HoB 682: Bichrome amphora or oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 683

    HoB 683: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 684

    HoB 684: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 685

    HoB 685: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 686

    HoB 686: Ionian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 687

    HoB 687: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 688

    HoB 688: Ionian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 689

    HoB 689: Corinthian aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 690

    HoB 690: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 691

    HoB 691: Ephesianizing stemmed (?) dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 692

    HoB 692: Imitation of a Protocorinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 693

    HoB 693: Wild Goat style skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 694

    HoB 694: Bronze cross-shaped object. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 695

    HoB 695: Stone whetstone. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 696

    HoB 696: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 697

    HoB 697: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 698

    HoB 698: Streaky glazed krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 699

    HoB 699: Waveline hydria or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 700

    HoB 700: Waveline hydria. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 702

    HoB 702: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 703

    HoB 703: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 704

    HoB 704: Waveline hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 705

    HoB 705: Waveline hydria or amphora neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 706

    HoB 706: Waveline hydria or amphora neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 708

    HoB 708: Waveline (?) hydria or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 709

    HoB 709: Bichrome closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 710

    HoB 710: Stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 711

    HoB 711: Cooking ware amphora neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 714

    HoB 714: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 715

    HoB 715: Ionian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 716

    HoB 716: Group of loom weights. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 717

    HoB 717: Upper grindstone (saddle quern). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 718

    HoB 718: Bone pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 719

    HoB 719: Streaky glazed stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 720

    HoB 720: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 721

    HoB 721: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 722

    HoB 722: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 723

    HoB 723: Streaky glazed small skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 724

    HoB 724: Streaky glazed small skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 725

    HoB 725: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 726

    HoB 726: Oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 727

    HoB 727: Cooking stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 728

    HoB 728: Semi-glazed lekythos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 729

    HoB 729: “Early Fikellura” aryballos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 730

    HoB 730: Gold Dust ware lid with rectangular cutout. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 731

    HoB 731: Ionian kantharos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 732

    HoB 732: Black-polished round-mouthed oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 733

    HoB 733: Loom weights. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 734

    HoB 734: Intaglio die. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 735

    HoB 735: Bridle ornament. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 736

    HoB 736: Unfinished bronze ibex bridle or harness ornament. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 737

    HoB 737: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 738

    HoB 738: Stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 739

    HoB 739: Black on Red stemmed dish stem. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 740

    HoB 740: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 741

    HoB 741: Bichrome dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 742

    HoB 742: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 743

    HoB 743: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 744

    HoB 744: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 745

    HoB 745: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 746

    HoB 746: Streaky glazed skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 747

    HoB 747: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 748

    HoB 748: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 749

    HoB 749: Bichrome skyphos krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 750

    HoB 750: Wild Goat Style Lebes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 751

    HoB 751: Small olpe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 752

    HoB 752: Small olpe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.11

    A trefoil oinochoe (HoB 753) with three-quarter circles, or hooks, on the shoulder and streaky glaze on the body. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 753

    HoB 753: Bichrome oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 754

    HoB 754: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 755

    HoB 755: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 756

    HoB 756: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 757

    HoB 757: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 758

    HoB 758: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 759

    HoB 759: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 760

    HoB 760: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 761

    HoB 761: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 762

    HoB 762: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 763

    HoB 763: Small oinochoe. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 765

    HoB 765: Waveline amphora or hydria neck. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 766

    HoB 766: Miniature hydria . (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 767

    HoB 767: Small jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 768

    HoB 768: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 769

    HoB 769: Round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 770

    HoB 770: Jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 771

    HoB 771: Stemmed dish (?) rim fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 772

    HoB 772: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 773

    HoB 773: Cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 774

    HoB 774: Rosette bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 775

    HoB 775: Rosette bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 776

    HoB 776: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 777

    HoB 777: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 778

    HoB 778: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 779

    HoB 779: Bird bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 780

    HoB 780: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 781

    HoB 781: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 782

    HoB 782: Aryballos (?) bottom. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 783

    HoB 783: Lamp. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 784

    HoB 784: Terracotta camel (ungulate?) figurine. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 785

    HoB 785: Terracotta “Exhibitionist” figurine. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

Lydian IV: Iron Age

by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage

Deep Sounding C

Pottery

HoB 131 (P13.178) Black on Buff plate (Fig. HoB 131)

HoB 132 (P12.67) Bowl (Fig. HoB 132)

HoB 133 (P13.181) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 133)

HoB 134 (P13.180) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 134)

HoB 135 (P14.41) Bowl with lug handle (Fig. HoB 135)

HoB 136 (P12.104) Bowl with cream-colored slip (Fig. HoB 136)

HoB 137 (P13.176) Brown on Buff bowl (Fig. HoB 137)

HoB 138 (P14.35) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 138)

HoB 139 (P66.68) Imported Greek bowl (Fig. HoB 139)

HoB 140 (P14.40) Streaked jug (Fig. HoB 140)

HoB 141 (P66.137) Mycenaean (?) cup rim and loop handle (Fig. HoB 141)

HoB 142 (P13.170) Imported painted cup (Fig. HoB 142)

HoB 143 (P66.178) Lydian cup (Fig. HoB 143)

HoB 144 (P14.42) Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 144)

HoB 145 (P13.185) Small cup (Fig. HoB 145)

HoB 146 (P13.201) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 146)

HoB 147 (P12.89) Small jug (Fig. HoB 147)

HoB 148 (P12.99) Black on Red cup or bowl (Fig. HoB 148)

HoB 149 (P13.166) Cup (Fig. HoB 149)

HoB 150 (P13.177) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 150)

HoB 151 (P13.195) Cup (Fig. HoB 151)

HoB 152 (P13.167) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 152)

HoB 153 (P13.165) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 153)

HoB 154 (P13.179) Trefoil rim (Fig. HoB 154)

HoB 155 (P66.119) Mycenaean krater (Fig. HoB 155)

HoB 156 (P16.35) Mycenaean krater fragment (Fig. HoB 156)

HoB 157 (P66.76) Geometric krater or bowl (Fig. HoB 157)

HoB 158 (P66.82) Geometric krater or bowl (Fig. HoB 158)

HoB 159 (P12.59) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 159)

HoB 160 (P12.58) Brown on Buff (purplish) jug (Fig. HoB 160)

HoB 161 (P13.204) Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 161)

HoB 162 (P13.190) Small jug (Fig. HoB 162)

HoB 163 (P13.200) Jug (Fig. HoB 163)

HoB 164 (P13.187) Jug (Fig. HoB 164)

HoB 165 (P13.186) Small buff jug (Fig. HoB 165)

HoB 166 (P13.192) Red on Buff large jug (Fig. HoB 166)

HoB 167 (P16.26) Mycenaean (?) Red on Buff amphora or jug (Fig. HoB 167)

HoB 168 (P13.164) Red on Buff banded amphora (Fig. HoB 168)

HoB 169 (P16.27) Mycenaean (?) closed vessel (Fig. HoB 169)

HoB 170 (P13.184) Large Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 170)

HoB 171 (P13.169) Small jar (Fig. HoB 171)

HoB 172 (P13.159) Red on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 172)

HoB 173 (P13.188) Band handle (Fig. HoB 173)

HoB 174 (P13.193) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 174)

HoB 175 (P13.198) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 175)

HoB 176 (P13.194) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 176)

HoB 177 (P13.196) Body of closed vessel (Fig. HoB 177)

HoB 178 (P13.168) Body of closed vessel (Fig. HoB 178)

HoB 179 (P66.66) Large Black on Red Lydian Geometric biconical pot stand, or foot of a large krater (Fig. HoB 179)

HoB 180 (P12.32) Gray Ware cup or bowl (Fig. HoB 180)

HoB 181 (P12.6) Gray Ware handled bowl (Fig. HoB 181)

HoB 182 (P12.13) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 182)

HoB 183 (P12.66) Bowl rim and strap handle (Fig. HoB 183)

HoB 184 (P12.5) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 184)

HoB 185 (P14.30) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 185)

HoB 186 (P14.32) Thick-walled Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 186)

HoB 187 (P14.36) Small buff cup (Fig. HoB 187)

HoB 188 (P14.31) Gray Ware cup fragment (Fig. HoB 188)

HoB 189 (P14.27) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 189)

HoB 190 (P14.16) Large Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 190)

HoB 191 (P14.20) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 191)

HoB 192 (P14.22) Gray Ware cup with ribbing (Fig. HoB 192)

HoB 193 (P14.43) Small buff cup (Fig. HoB 193)

HoB 194 (P12.92) Buff beaker (Fig. HoB 194)

HoB 195 (P12.15) Gray Ware krater (Fig. HoB 195)

HoB 196 (P66.115) Buff Ware lid with knob handle (Fig. HoB 196)

HoB 197 (P12.101) Lid of a vessel (Fig. HoB 197)

HoB 198 (P12.8) Coarse Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 198)

HoB 199 (P14.21) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 199)

HoB 200 (P14.23) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 200)

HoB 201 (P12.38) Gray Ware storage jar with ridges (Fig. HoB 201)

HoB 202 (P12.108) Jar with sign or decoration (Fig. HoB 202)

HoB 203 (P12.21) Gray Ware storage jar with wavy lines (Fig. HoB 203)

HoB 204 (P12.23) Gray Ware storage jar (Fig. HoB 204)

HoB 205 (P12.26) Gray Ware base and ring foot (Fig. HoB 205)

HoB 206 (P12.97) Globular buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 206)

HoB 207 (P12.18) Gray Ware twisted handle with grooves (Fig. HoB 207)

HoB 208 (P12.33) Gray Ware vessel with lug handle (Fig. HoB 208)

HoB 209 (P12.105) Closed vessel (lid?) with projecting lug or boss (Figs. 10.3 and HoB 209)

HoB 210 (P14.33) Gray Ware handle (Fig. HoB 210)

HoB 211 (P12.91) Handmade buff lug foot (Fig. HoB 211)

HoB 212 (P13.199) Fragment of painted vessel, turned into a loom weight? (Fig. HoB 212)

HoB 213 (P12.68) Strainer (Fig. HoB 213)

HoB 214 (P12.113) Cylindrical pot stand (?) (Fig. HoB 214)

HoB 215 (P12.29) Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 215)

HoB 216 (P66.138) Pithos (Fig. HoB 216)

HoB 217 (P12.52) Clay basin (Fig. HoB 217)

HoB 218 (P12.24) Globular cooking pot (Fig. HoB 218)

HoB 219 (P12.37) Large Gray Ware storage vessel (Fig. HoB 219)

Terracotta

The following group of twelve entries are hammer-shaped, or hammerhead loom weights (HoB 220HoB 229). All of them have a uniform texture, more like mudbrick than like pottery.

HoB 220 (T12.5.1) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 220)

HoB 221 (T12.5.2) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 221)

HoB 222 (T12.5.3) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 222)

HoB 223 (T12.5.4 and T12.5.10) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 223)

HoB 224 (T12.5.7) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 224)

HoB 225 (T12.5.8) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 225)

HoB 226 (T12.5.9) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 226)

HoB 227 (T12.5.5) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 227)

HoB 228 (T12.5.6) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 228)

HoB 229 (T12.5.11) Hammer-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 229)

HoB 230 (T98.2) Terracotta spit holder (Fig. HoB 230)

HoB 231 (T14.14) Doughnut-shaped loom weight (Fig. HoB 231)

HoB 232 (T12.3) Spindle whorl (Fig. HoB 232)

Metal

HoB 233 (M66.13) High-arched fibula (Fig. HoB 233)

HoB 234 (M11.1) Bronze needle (Fig. HoB 234)

HoB 235 (M66.11) Bronze pin (Fig. HoB 235)

HoB 236 (M15.1) Iron knife blade (Fig. HoB 236)

HoB 237 (M11.4) Iron sickle blade (Fig. HoB 237)

HoB 238 (M11.10) Iron hook (Fig. HoB 238)

Stone

HoB 239 (S12.3) Small stone pounder (Fig. HoB 239)

HoB 240 (S12.4) Whetstone, cut down and reused (Fig. HoB 240)

HoB 241 (S66.11) Stone celt (Fig. HoB 241)

Seal

HoB 242 (Seal66.1) Green schist seal with goat design (Fig. HoB 242)

Deep Sounding B

(See Fig. 3.14)

Pottery

HoB 243 (P62.290) Imported Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 243)

HoB 244 (P62.201) Black on Red pot stand or foot of large krater (Fig. HoB 244)

HoB 245 (P62.385) White Bichrome foot of krater (Fig. HoB 245)

HoB 246 (P62.384) Black on Red small jug (Fig. HoB 246)

HoB 247 (P62.383) Painted spool handle (Fig. HoB 247)

HoB 248 (P12.48) Protogeometric (?) jug fragment (Fig. HoB 248)

HoB 249 (P12.46) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 249)

HoB 250 (P62.380) Globular Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 250)

Terracotta

HoB 251 (T02.9) Fragments of oven or furnace grate (Fig. HoB 251)

Deep Sounding A

(See Fig. 3.20)

Pottery

HoB 252 (P60.525) Shallow bowl, imported? (Fig. HoB 252)

HoB 253 (P60.511) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 253)

HoB 254 (P60.506) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 254)

HoB 255 (P60.524) Local imitation of a Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean krater (Fig. HoB 255)

See Table - Lydian IV: Deep Sounding A

HoB 256 (P60.505) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 256)

HoB 257 (P60.561) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 257)

HoB 258 (P60.527) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 258)

HoB 259 (P60.562) Brown on Buff closed vessel (Fig. HoB 259)

HoB 260 (P60.564) Three Gray Ware fragments: bowl, loop handle, cup base (Fig. HoB 260)

HoB 261 (P60.526) Small buff jug (Fig. HoB 261)

HoB 262 (P60.563) Pithos with incised pattern (Fig. HoB 262)

HoB 263 (P60.518) Gray Ware knob or boss with an impressed X (Figs. 10.3 and HoB 263)

HoB 264 (P60.548) Pithos, thumbprints on rim (Fig. HoB 264)

Terracotta

HoB 265 (T60.42) Spindle whorl (Fig. HoB 265)

Stone

HoB 266 (S14.7) Stone bead (Fig. HoB 266)

Glass

HoB 267 (G60.50) Glass bead, yellow [photo is black and white] (Fig. HoB 267)

South of Deep Sounding B

Pottery

HoB 268 (P13.182) Krater (?) handle fragment, painted (Fig. HoB 268)

HoB 269 (P13.189) Ring foot, painted (Fig. HoB 269)

HoB 270 (P13.202) Black on Red closed vessel (Fig. HoB 270)

HoB 271 (P12.14) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 271)

HoB 272 (P12.20) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 272)

HoB 273 (P14.25) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 273)

HoB 274 (P14.29) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 274)

See Table - South of Deep Sounding B

HoB 275 (P12.102) Pithos with incised groove decoration (Fig. HoB 275)

Terracotta

HoB 276 (T12.11) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 276)

Bone

HoB 277 (BI12.1) Bone toggle (Fig. HoB 277)

*96.4 floor at W20/S115–120

(see Fig. 4.2)

In addition to local pieces listed below, there was a significant number of imported Geometric period sherds of the kind that are often categorized as East Greek Geometric, Cycladic, or Euboean, as well as one or two Protogeometric and earlier Geometric pieces, out of context. These include the following, at *96.4 and below, around *96.1.

Pottery

HoB 278 (P64.354) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 278)

HoB 279 (P64.355) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 279)

HoB 280 (P64.356) Large Bichrome krater (Fig. HoB 280)

HoB 281 (P64.351) Cup, perhaps Cycladic or Euboean Middle Geometric (Fig. HoB 281)

Stone

HoB 282 (S64.48) Large whetstone or polishing stone (Fig. HoB 282)

To *96.10
Pottery

HoB 283 (P64.434) Large shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 283)

HoB 284 (P64.437) Large Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 284)

HoB 285 (P12.90) Black on Red cup rim (Fig. HoB 285)

HoB 286 (P64.435) East Greek bird skyphos (Fig. HoB 286)

HoB 287 (P64.439) Round-mouthed Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 287)

HoB 288 (P64.436) Large East Greek closed vessel (Fig. HoB 288)

HoB 289 (P64.442) White Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 289)

HoB 290 (P64.433) Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 290)

To *95.60

HoB 291 (P64.444) Fragment of Black on Red shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 291)

HoB 292 (P64.445) Imported Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 292)

HoB 293 (P64.443) Shoulder of a Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 293)

HoB 294 (P14.15) Gray Ware lid with impressed triangles (Fig. HoB 294)

HoB 295 (P83.63) Iron Age cooking pot (Manisa 6676) (Fig. HoB 295)

The level below the *95.5 floor of Deep Sounding B consisted of the typical mixture of brown earth and larger sand lenses. At the south end, below the stones and pithos sherds mentioned in Deep Sounding A, the dark earth with charcoal continued but became sandier about *95.2 and produced much less pottery. Aside from the pithoi, a typical sample of sherds from the stratum in question might run as in Table - Level *95.2

The plain reddish-buff ware, of coarser and finer textures, gave little evidence of attention to surface finish. The plain yellow-buff ware was generally of fine texture. See p. 44.

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome from ca. *97.0 to *94.75

HoB 296 (P14.17) Large Gray Ware bowl with impressed triangles (Fig. HoB 296)

HoB 297 (P12.9) Heavy Gray Ware bowl with double spool handle (Fig. HoB 297)

HoB 298 (P14.18) Small Gray Ware cup (Fig. HoB 298)

HoB 299 (P12.10) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 299)

HoB 300 (P12.11) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 300)

HoB 301 (P12.19) Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl (Fig. HoB 301)

HoB 302 (P12.12) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 302)

HoB 303 (P14.14) Gray Ware jug handle (Fig. HoB 303)

HoB 304 (P14.24) Large Gray Ware jug handle (Fig. HoB 304)

HoB 305 (P12.4) Large Gray Ware krater (?) (Fig. HoB 305)

HoB 306 (P14.19) Gray Ware lug handle of large bowl (Fig. HoB 306)

  • Fig. HoB 131

    HoB 131: Black on Buff plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 132

    HoB 132: Bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 133

    HoB 133: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 134

    HoB 134: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 135

    HoB 135: Bowl with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 136

    HoB 136: Bowl with cream-colored slip. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 137

    HoB 137: Brown on Buff bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 138

    HoB 138: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 139

    HoB 139: Imported Greek bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 140

    HoB 140: Streaked jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 141

    HoB 141: Mycenaean (?) cup rim and loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 142

    HoB 142: Imported painted cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 143

    HoB 143: Lydian cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 144

    HoB 144: Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 145

    HoB 145: Small cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 146

    HoB 146: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 147

    HoB 147: Small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 148

    HoB 148: Black on Red cup or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 149

    HoB 149: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 150

    HoB 150: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 151

    HoB 151: Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 152

    HoB 152: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 153

    HoB 153: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 154

    HoB 154: Trefoil rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 155

    HoB 155: Mycenaean krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 156

    HoB 156: Mycenaean krater fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 157

    HoB 157: Geometric krater or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 158

    HoB 158: Geometric krater or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 159

    HoB 159: Black on Red krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 160

    HoB 160: Brown on Buff (purplish) jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 161

    HoB 161: Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 162

    HoB 162: Small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 163

    HoB 163: Jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 164

    HoB 164: Jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 165

    HoB 165: Small buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 166

    HoB 166: Red on Buff large jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 167

    HoB 167: Mycenaean (?) Red on Buff amphora or jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 168

    HoB 168: Red on Buff banded amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 169

    HoB 169: Mycenaean (?) closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 170

    HoB 170: Large Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 171

    HoB 171: Small jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 172

    HoB 172: Red on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 173

    HoB 173: Band handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 174

    HoB 174: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 175

    HoB 175: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 176

    HoB 176: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 177

    HoB 177: Body of closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 178

    HoB 178: Body of closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 179

    HoB 179: Large Black on Red Lydian Geometric biconical pot stand, or foot of a large krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 180

    HoB 180: Gray Ware cup or bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 181

    HoB 181: Gray Ware handled bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 182

    HoB 182: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 183

    HoB 183: Bowl rim and strap handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 184

    HoB 184: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 185

    HoB 185: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 186

    HoB 186: Thick-walled Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 187

    HoB 187: Small buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 188

    HoB 188: Gray Ware cup fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 189

    HoB 189: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 190

    HoB 190: Large Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 191

    HoB 191: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 192

    HoB 192: Gray Ware cup with ribbing. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 193

    HoB 193: Small buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 194

    HoB 194: Buff beaker. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 195

    HoB 195: Gray Ware krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 196

    HoB 196: Buff Ware lid with knob handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 197

    HoB 197: Lid of a vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 198

    HoB 198: Coarse Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 199

    HoB 199: Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 200

    HoB 200: Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 201

    HoB 201: Gray Ware storage jar with ridges. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 202

    HoB 202: Jar with sign or decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 203

    HoB 203: Gray Ware storage jar with wavy lines. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 204

    HoB 204: Gray Ware storage jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 205

    HoB 205: Gray Ware base and ring foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 206

    HoB 206: Globular buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 207

    HoB 207: Gray Ware twisted handle with grooves. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 208

    HoB 208: Gray Ware vessel with lug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 10.3

    Cooking pot handles with incised bosses. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 209

    HoB 209: Closed vessel (lid?) with projecting lug or boss. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 210

    HoB 210: Gray Ware handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 211

    HoB 211: Handmade buff lug foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 212

    HoB 212: Fragment of painted vessel, turned into a loom weight?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 213

    HoB 213: Strainer. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 214

    HoB 214: Cylindrical pot stand (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 215

    HoB 215: Gray Ware baby feeder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 216

    HoB 216: Pithos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 217

    HoB 217: Clay basin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 218

    HoB 218: Globular cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 219

    HoB 219: Large Gray Ware storage vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 220

    HoB 220: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 221

    HoB 221: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 222

    HoB 222: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 223

    HoB 223: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 224

    HoB 224: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 225

    HoB 225: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 226

    HoB 226: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 227

    HoB 227: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 228

    HoB 228: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 229

    HoB 229: Hammer-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 230

    HoB 230: Terracotta spit holder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 231

    HoB 231: Doughnut-shaped loom weight. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 232

    HoB 232: Spindle whorl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 233

    HoB 233: High-arched fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 234

    HoB 234: Bronze needle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 235

    HoB 235: Bronze pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 236

    HoB 236: Iron knife blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 237

    HoB 237: Iron sickle blade. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 238

    HoB 238: Iron hook. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 239

    HoB 239: Small stone pounder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 240

    HoB 240: Whetstone, cut down and reused. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 241

    HoB 241: Stone celt. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 242

    HoB 242: Green schist seal with goat design. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.14

    Section B–B in Deep Sounding B. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 243

    HoB 243: Imported Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 244

    HoB 244: Black on Red pot stand or foot of large krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 245

    HoB 245: White Bichrome foot of krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 246

    HoB 246: Black on Red small jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 247

    HoB 247: Painted spool handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 248

    HoB 248: Protogeometric (?) jug fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 249

    HoB 249: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 250

    HoB 250: Globular Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 251

    HoB 251: Fragments of oven or furnace grate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 3.20

    Section A–A of Deep Sounding A. See Fig. 3.23. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 252

    HoB 252: Shallow bowl, imported?. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 253

    HoB 253: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 254

    HoB 254: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 255

    HoB 255: Local imitation of a Mycenaean or sub-Mycenaean krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian IV: Deep Sounding A

    Deep Sounding A (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 256

    HoB 256: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 257

    HoB 257: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 258

    HoB 258: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 259

    HoB 259: Brown on Buff closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 260

    HoB 260: Three Gray Ware fragments: bowl, loop handle, cup base. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 261

    HoB 261: Small buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 262

    HoB 262: Pithos with incised pattern. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 263

    HoB 263: Gray Ware knob or boss with an impressed X. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 264

    HoB 264: Pithos, thumbprints on rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 265

    HoB 265: Spindle whorl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 266

    HoB 266: Stone bead. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 267

    HoB 267: Glass bead, yellow. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 268

    HoB 268: Krater (?) handle fragment, painted. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 269

    HoB 269: Ring foot, painted. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 270

    HoB 270: Black on Red closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 271

    HoB 271: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 272

    HoB 272: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 273

    HoB 273: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 274

    HoB 274: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - South of Deep Sounding B

    Deep Sounding B (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 275

    HoB 275: Pithos with incised groove decoration. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 276

    HoB 276: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 277

    HoB 277: Bone toggle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 4.2

    Plan of the South Side in sector HoB, looking west, showing many of the features that appear in Fig. 4.1. At the far left, in the deep test pit, is the Lydian IV floor at *96.4. The top of the Lydian IV wall stub is at *96.75, and a Lydian III wall stub in the same test pit is at *97.70. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 278

    HoB 278: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 279

    HoB 279: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 280

    HoB 280: Large Bichrome krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 281

    HoB 281: Cup, perhaps Cycladic or Euboean Middle Geometric. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 282

    HoB 282: Large whetstone or polishing stone. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 283

    HoB 283: Large shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 284

    HoB 284: Large Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 285

    HoB 285: Black on Red cup rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 286

    HoB 286: East Greek bird skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 287

    HoB 287: Round-mouthed Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 288

    HoB 288: Large East Greek closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 289

    HoB 289: White Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 290

    HoB 290: Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 291

    HoB 291: Fragment of Black on Red shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 292

    HoB 292: Imported Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 293

    HoB 293: Shoulder of a Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 294

    HoB 294: Gray Ware lid with impressed triangles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 295

    HoB 295: Iron Age cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Level *95.2

    Level *95.2 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 296

    HoB 296: Large Gray Ware bowl with impressed triangles. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 297

    HoB 297: Heavy Gray Ware bowl with double spool handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 298

    HoB 298: Small Gray Ware cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 299

    HoB 299: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 300

    HoB 300: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 301

    HoB 301: Gray Ware mesomphalic bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 302

    HoB 302: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 303

    HoB 303: Gray Ware jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 304

    HoB 304: Large Gray Ware jug handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 305

    HoB 305: Large Gray Ware krater (?). (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 306

    HoB 306: Gray Ware lug handle of large bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

Lydian III: Destruction Level

by Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage

East End

Pottery

See Table - Lydian III, East End (1)

HoB 307 (P62.293) Large Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 307)

HoB 308 (P61.577) Black on Red shallow bowl fragment (Fig. HoB 308)

HoB 309 (P62.299) Buff cup (Fig. HoB 309)

HoB 310 (P60.565) Small cup (Fig. HoB 310)

HoB 311 (P60.534) Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 311)

HoB 312 (P60.598) Greek Geometric krater (Fig. HoB 312)

HoB 313 (P60.546) Black on Red jug or amphora (Fig. HoB 313)

HoB 314 (P61.576) Brown on Buff closed shape (Fig. HoB 314)

HoB 315 (P62.200) White Bichrome closed vessel (Fig. HoB 315)

HoB 316 (P60.571) Black on Red closed vessel (Fig. HoB 316)

HoB 317 (P60.532) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 317)

HoB 318 (P62.242) Large cooking pot (Fig. HoB 318)

HoB 319 (P62.221) Cooking bowl (Fig. HoB 319)

HoB 320 (P62.267) Lid of cooking pot with semicircular spoon cutout (Fig. HoB 320)

HoB 321 (P62.298) Gold Dust ware lid (Fig. HoB 321)

HoB 322 (P61.574) Ephesianizing rim (Fig. HoB 322)

See Table - Lydian III, East End (2)

HoB 323 vacat.

Bone

HoB 324 (BI61.31) Bone toggle (Manisa 6702) (Fig. HoB 324)

Central Area

Pottery

HoB 325 (P66.25)Red on White high-stemmed dish (Manisa 5346) (Fig. HoB 325)

HoB 326 (P65.272) Black on Red low-stemmed bowl (Fig. HoB 326)

HoB 327 (P61.494) Black on Red bowl or dish (Fig. HoB 327)

HoB 328 (P65.276) Carinated Bichrome bowl (Fig. HoB 328)

HoB 329 (P62.239) Rounded skyphos (Fig. HoB 329)

HoB 330 (P62.297) Skyphos (Fig. HoB 330)

HoB 331 (P68.67) Black on Red round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 331)

HoB 332 (P65.220) Black on Red “loose style” jug (Fig. HoB 332)

HoB 333 (P66.69) Bichrome jar (Fig. HoB 333)

HoB 334 (P13.21) Bichrome jar with circle designs (Figs. 1.15 and HoB 334)

HoB 335 (P18.63) Ephesianizing rim (Fig. HoB 335)

HoB 336 (P65.274) Banded, flaring buff foot (Fig. HoB 336)

HoB 337 (P66.37) Gray Ware trefoil jug (Fig. HoB 337)

HoB 338 (P65.273) Gray Ware krater with mending holes (Fig. HoB 338)

HoB 339 (P65.221) Gray Ware lid (Figs. 1.4 and HoB 339)

HoB 340 (P66.35) Gray Ware lid (Fig. HoB 340)

HoB 341 (P62.288) Dark Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 341)

HoB 342 (P65.270) Coarse gray jar (Fig. HoB 342)

HoB 343 (P14.34) Gray Ware handle (Fig. HoB 343)

HoB 344 (P13.33) Spout of a Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 344)

See theTabulation of the Eastern Part of the Central Area

HoB 345 (P65.271) Imported Brown on Buff large metopal deep bowl (Fig. HoB 345)

HoB 346 (P62.251) Imported Geometric painted bowl (Fig. HoB 346)

HoB 347 (P66.64) Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 347)

HoB 348 (P68.50) East Greek bird skyphos (Fig. HoB 348)

HoB 349 (P66.39) Corinthian Geometric linear kotyle (Fig. HoB 349)

HoB 350 (P96.27) Corinthian kotyle (Fig. HoB 350)

HoB 351 (P65.222) East Greek krater (Fig. HoB 351)

HoB 352 (P65.260) Krater/bowl on high foot (Fig. HoB 352)

HoB 353 (P66.41) Greek Geometric krater (Fig. HoB 353)

HoB 353A (P17.3) East Greek krater fragment (Fig. HoB 353A)

HoB 354 (P16.36) Imported Black on Red globular vessel (Fig. HoB 354)

HoB 355 (P62.294) Corinthian Geometric trefoil jug (Manisa 4951) (Fig. HoB 355)

HoB 356 (P65.269) Painted Milesian transport amphora (Fig. HoB 356)

HoB 357 (P65.192) Two sherds of white fabric, imported (Fig. HoB 357)

HoB 358 (T12.10) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 358)

HoB 359 (T12.13) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 359)

HoB 360 (T12.8) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 360)

HoB 361 (T12.9) Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions (Fig. HoB 361)

Metal

HoB 362 (M11.3) Bronze tweezer fragment (Fig. HoB 362)

HoB 363 (M84.9) Bronze fibula

HoB 364 (M17.6) Iron knife (Fig. HoB 364)

HoB 365 (M17.7) Iron object (Fig. HoB 365)

HoB 366 (M15.6) Iron hook (Fig. HoB 366)

HoB 366A (M17.8) Iron points, three or four (Fig. HoB 366A)

Bone

HoB 367 (BI66.2) Bone knife handle (Fig. HoB 367)

In Association with the Human Remains Found in a Shallow Hole

HoB 368 (P68.27) Black on Red plate (Fig. HoB 368)

HoB 369 (P68.6) Round-mouthed Bichrome jug (Fig. HoB 369)

HoB 370 (P68.7) Large Bichrome stand (Fig. HoB 370)

HoB 371 (P68.30) (Fig. HoB 371)

HoB 372 (P12.25) Cooking pot with high handle (Fig. HoB 372)

HoB 373 (G68.1) Dark glass bead (Fig. HoB 373)

Floor at W0–5/S98–101 *97.6–97.4

A “cache” of pots in what was perhaps a pit, under Floor, at W0–5/S98–101 *97.6–97.4. This cache, similar to a “puppy burial,” includes HoB 374, HoB 375, HoB 376, and HoB 377. See Figs. 5.15 and 5.16.

However, this group did not contain an iron knife or canid bones, and was therefore rejected by Greenewalt in his study of these assemblages (Greenewalt and Payne, Ritual Dinners, p. 27, no. 1).

HoB 374 (P66.26) Black on Red low stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 374)

HoB 375 (P66.29) Black on Red jug (Fig. HoB 375)

HoB 376 (P66.27) Gray Ware round-mouthed jug (Manisa 6592) (Fig. HoB 376)

HoB 377 (P66.28) Small Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 377)

HoB 378 (T66.2) Hearth stand for a pot (Fig. HoB 378)

South Side

Pottery

Pottery analysis from two contiguous areas indicates that the proportion of different wares and imports gives a good idea of the chronological horizon that fits well with the impression gained from the imports in the Central Area that have already been described:

Associated with fragments of 11⁄2 boxes (the foundations: floor rises to east):9

W4–15/S112–118 *97.00 Extending expanse of *97 floor to North:

See Table - *97 floor

There is a considerable patch of burned floor10 that produced about half a box of pottery:

See Table - *97 burned floor

50% Gray; 15% Cooking; 15% plain; 20% Painted

1 piece Lydian Geometric plate rim, concentric semicircles, Brown on Buff

3 pieces, joining, of a high sloping foot of a large vessel, Brown on Buff

HoB 379 (P70.18) Black on Red stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 379)

HoB 380 (P64.358) Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 380)

HoB 381 (P70.19) Lydian imitation of Greek cup (Fig. HoB 381)

HoB 382 (P70.20) East Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 382)

HoB 383 (P70.16) East Greek Geometric cup (Fig. HoB 383)

HoB 384 (P64.364) Imported (?) Protogeometric Greek cup with thin metopal lines (Fig. HoB 384)

HoB 385 (P66.57) Large Gray Ware amphora (Fig. HoB 385)

HoB 386 (P66.70) Biconical stand (Manisa 7511) (Fig. HoB 386)

Metal

HoB 387 (M14.11) Bronze fibula (Fig. HoB 387)

HoB 388 (M70.5) Bronze spoon or spatula (Fig. HoB 388)

HoB 389 (M70.4) Bronze pin (Fig. HoB 389)

HoB 390 (M84.11) Iron ingot (Fig. HoB 390)

Deep Sounding C and Vicinity

HoB 391 (P14.37) Brown on Buff plate (Fig. HoB 391)

HoB 392 (P12.57) Shallow Black on Red bowl (Fig. HoB 392)

HoB 393 (P66.65) Black on Red Cup (Fig. HoB 393)

HoB 394 (P12.93) Brown on Buff cup (Fig. HoB 394)

HoB 395 (P12.85) Large cup (Fig. HoB 395)

HoB 396 (P12.84) Imported Geometric large cup (Fig. HoB 396)

HoB 397 (P12.96) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 397)

HoB 398 (P13.203) Brown on Buff jug (Fig. HoB 398)

HoB 399 (P14.39) Shallow bowl (Fig. HoB 399)

HoB 400 (P12.22) Gray Ware tool with holes (Fig. HoB 400)

HoB 401 (P12.36) Globular cooking pot (Fig. HoB 401)

W21–25/S117.50–119 to *96.10

HoB 402 (P14.38) Loop handle (Fig. HoB 402)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian III, East End (1)

    Levels Floors to *97.50 / Floors to 97.10 / Floors to *97.00 (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 307

    HoB 307: Large Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 308

    HoB 308: Black on Red shallow bowl fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 309

    HoB 309: Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 310

    HoB 310: Small cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 311

    HoB 311: Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 312

    HoB 312: Greek Geometric krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 313

    HoB 313: Black on Red jug or amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 314

    HoB 314: Brown on Buff closed shape. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 315

    HoB 315: White Bichrome closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 316

    HoB 316: Black on Red closed vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 317

    HoB 317: Gray Ware bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 318

    HoB 318: Large cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 319

    HoB 319: Cooking bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 320

    HoB 320: Lid of cooking pot with semicircular spoon cutout. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 321

    HoB 321: Gold Dust ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 322

    HoB 322: Ephesianizing rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - Lydian III, East End (2)

    Levels To *97.50 / To *97.10 / To *97.00 / To *96.80 / To *96.70 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 324

    HoB 324: Bone toggle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 325

    HoB 325: Red on White high-stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 326

    HoB 326: Black on Red low-stemmed bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 327

    HoB 327: Black on Red bowl or dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 328

    HoB 328: Carinated Bichrome bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 329

    HoB 329: Rounded skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 330

    HoB 330: Skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 331

    HoB 331: Black on Red round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 332

    HoB 332: Black on Red “loose style” jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 333

    HoB 333: Bichrome jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.15

    Two Bichrome pots, with the same design, by the hand of the same pot painter; one found in HoB, and the other in PC. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 334

    HoB 334: Bichrome jar with circle designs. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 335

    HoB 335: Ephesianizing rim. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 336

    HoB 336: Banded, flaring buff foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 337

    HoB 337: Gray Ware trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 338

    HoB 338: Gray Ware krater with mending holes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 1.4

    Reconstruction showing how an exceptionally large lid (HoB 339) might have been used to smoke food over a fire. (Drawing by Catherine Alexander, ©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 339

    HoB 339: Gray Ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 340

    HoB 340: Gray Ware lid. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 341

    HoB 341: Dark Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 342

    HoB 342: Coarse gray jar. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 343

    HoB 343: Gray Ware handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 344

    HoB 344: Spout of a Gray Ware baby feeder. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Tabulation of the Eastern Part of the Central Area

    Burned matter under *97.6 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 345

    HoB 345: Imported Brown on Buff large metopal deep bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 346

    HoB 346: Imported Geometric painted bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 347

    HoB 347: Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 348

    HoB 348: East Greek bird skyphos. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 349

    HoB 349: Corinthian Geometric linear kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 350

    HoB 350: Corinthian kotyle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 351

    HoB 351: East Greek krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 352

    HoB 352: Krater/bowl on high foot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 353

    HoB 353: Greek Geometric krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 353A

    HoB 353A: East Greek krater fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 354

    HoB 354: Imported Black on Red globular vessel. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 355

    HoB 355: Corinthian Geometric trefoil jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 356

    HoB 356: Painted Milesian transport amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 357

    HoB 357: Two sherds of white fabric, imported. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 358

    HoB 358: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 359

    HoB 359: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 360

    HoB 360: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 361

    HoB 361: Wattle and daub wall or ceiling chunks with reed impressions. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 362

    HoB 362: Bronze tweezer fragment. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 364

    HoB 364: Iron knife. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 365

    HoB 365: Iron object. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 366

    HoB 366: Iron hook. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 366A

    HoB 366A: Iron points, three or four. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 367

    HoB 367: Bone knife handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 368

    HoB 368: Black on Red plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 369

    HoB 369: Round-mouthed Bichrome jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 370

    HoB 370: Large Bichrome stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 371

    HoB 371: Black on Red stand or base. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 372

    HoB 372: Cooking pot with high handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 373

    HoB 373: Dark glass bead. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 5.15

    Three of the four pots seen in the group in Fig. 5.16. For HoB 376, see Pl. 94. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. 5.16

    Four pots in situ on the Destruction Level, Lydian III, at W1 / S100 *97.3. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 374

    HoB 374: Black on Red low stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 375

    HoB 375: Black on Red jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 376

    HoB 376: Gray Ware round-mouthed jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 377

    HoB 377: Small Gray Ware jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 378

    HoB 378: Cooking Stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *97 floor

    Level *97 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. Table - *97 burned floor

    Level *97 floor (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 379

    HoB 379: Black on Red stemmed dish. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 380

    HoB 380: Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 381

    HoB 381: Lydian imitation of Greek cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 382

    HoB 382: East Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 383

    HoB 383: East Greek Geometric cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 384

    HoB 384: Imported (?) Protogeometric Greek cup with thin metopal lines. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 385

    HoB 385: Large Gray Ware amphora. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 386

    HoB 386: Biconical stand. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 387

    HoB 387: Bronze fibula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 388

    HoB 388: Bronze spoon or spatula. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 389

    HoB 389: Bronze pin. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 390

    HoB 390: Iron ingot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 391

    HoB 391: Brown on Buff plate. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 392

    HoB 392: Shallow Black on Red bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 393

    HoB 393: Black on Red Cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 394

    HoB 394: Brown on Buff cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 395

    HoB 395: Large cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 396

    HoB 396: Imported Geometric large cup. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 397

    HoB 397: Black on Red krater. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 398

    HoB 398: Brown on Buff jug. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 399

    HoB 399: Shallow bowl. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 400

    HoB 400: Gray Ware tool with holes. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 401

    HoB 401: Globular cooking pot. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

  • Fig. HoB 402

    HoB 402: Loop handle. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

Lydian II

by R. Gül Gürtekin-Demir

The Western Edge of the Lydian Trench

Building H
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 403 (P12.139) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 403)

HoB 404 (P68.167) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 404)

HoB 405 (P12.148) Streaky glazed skyphos (Fig. HoB 405)

HoB 406 (P12.137) Black on Red dish (Fig. HoB 406)

HoB 407 (P68.164) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 407)

HoB 408 (P65.202) Oinochoe (Fig. HoB 408)

HoB 409 (P64.201) Small jug (Fig. HoB 409)

HoB 410 (P68.163) Waveline amphora (Manisa 4109) (Fig. HoB 410)

HoB 411 (P12.153) Bichrome amphora or oinochoe (Fig. HoB 411)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 412 (P68.172) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 412)

HoB 413 (P68.171) Gray Ware bowl (Fig. HoB 413)

HoB 414 (P68.86) Gray Ware jug (Fig. HoB 414)

HoB 415 (P68.173) Gray Ware amphora (Fig. HoB 415)

HoB 416 (P65.219) Stand (?) (Fig. HoB 416)

Cooking Ware

HoB 417 (P68.170) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 417)

HoB 418 (P65.217) Cooking pot (Fig. HoB 418)

Imported

HoB 419 (P12.143) Bichrome oinochoe (Fig. HoB 419)

HoB 420 (P65.256) Small Protocorinthian oinochoe (Fig. HoB 420)

Terracotta

HoB 421 (Seal65.2) Terracotta stamp seal (Fig. HoB 421)

Metal

HoB 422 (M18.5) Iron sickle (Fig. HoB 422)

HoB 423 (M68.15) Iron spit (Fig. HoB 423)

Bone

HoB 424 (BI14.6) Knucklebones (Fig. HoB 424)

Building G
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 425 (P68.159) Black on Red stemmed dish (Manisa 7449) (Figs. 6.15HoB 425)

HoB 426 (P68.129) Ephesian ware dish (Fig. HoB 426)

HoB 427 (P64.183) Black on Red round-mouthed jug (Fig. HoB 427)

HoB 428 (P12.152) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 428)

HoB 429 (P12.135) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 429)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 430 (P65.279) Gray Ware stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 430)

HoB 431 (P65.214) Oinochoe (Fig. HoB 431)

HoB 432 (P65.215) Gray Ware oinochoe (Manisa 7496) (Fig. HoB 432)

HoB 433 (P65.216) Small Gray Ware squat jar (Manisa 4349) (Fig. HoB 433)

HoB 434 (P65.278) Jar (Fig. HoB 434)

HoB 435 (P65.160) Small Gray Ware baby feeder (Fig. HoB 435)

Cooking Ware

HoB 436 (P68.168) Cooking pot (Manisa 7499) (Fig. HoB 436)

Imported

HoB 437 (P68.114) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 437)

Metal

HoB 438 (M18.4) Iron sheath (Figs. 6.15 and HoB 438)

Building K
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 439 (P12.144) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 439)

HoB 440 (P12.154) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 440)

HoB 441 (P12.138) Stemmed dish (Fig. HoB 441)

HoB 442 (P12.141) Bichrome dish (Fig. HoB 442)

HoB 443 (P12.157) Black on Red krater (Fig. HoB 443)

HoB 444 (P12.151) Bichrome oinochoe (?) (Fig. HoB 444)

HoB 445 (P12.136) Bichrome amphora (?) (Fig. HoB 445)

Gray Ware and Other Monochrome

HoB 446 (P12.156) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 446)

HoB 447 (P16.41) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 447)

HoB 448 (P16.43) Gray Ware skyphos krater (Fig. HoB 448)

Imported

HoB 449 (P12.146) Bird bowl (Fig. HoB 449)

HoB 450 (P68.162) Cup (Fig. HoB 450)

Metal

HoB 451 (M14.10) Iron chisel (Fig. HoB 451)

HoB 452 (M18.6) Iron double axe (Fig. HoB 452)

Building L
Pottery
Lydian Painted Decoration

HoB 453 (P12.145) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 453)

HoB 454 (P12.142) Ephesianizing dish (Fig. HoB 454)

HoB 455 (P12.149) Large streaky skyphos (Fig. HoB 455)

HoB 456 (P68.141) Lebes (?) (Fig. HoB 456)

HoB 457 (P68.161) Closed vessel (oinochoe?) (Fig. HoB