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. Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos,. Fk;. 168.—Steatite Bowl withOblique Fluting. (1 : 4.) Fk;. Ifi9.—Steatite Bowl with Hori-zontal Grooves. (1 : 4.) h. Fig. 170.—A thin-walled hemispherical bowl, complete, diameter -15,made of a homogeneous green steatite which takes a fine bluish-green surfacewhen polished ; soft and easily scratched. The interior is much marked as ifby the use of a pestle. Found in J 2, at a depth of 1 60. i. Ficr. 171.—Part of a shallow thick-walled dish with flat bottom andvertical sides. It had a spout, now broken away (restored in drawing) andprobably three handles, w

. Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos,. Fk;. 168.—Steatite Bowl withOblique Fluting. (1 : 4.) Fk;. Ifi9.—Steatite Bowl with Hori-zontal Grooves. (1 : 4.) h. Fig. 170.—A thin-walled hemispherical bowl, complete, diameter -15,made of a homogeneous green steatite which takes a fine bluish-green surfacewhen polished ; soft and easily scratched. The interior is much marked as ifby the use of a pestle. Found in J 2, at a depth of 1 60. i. Ficr. 171.—Part of a shallow thick-walled dish with flat bottom andvertical sides. It had a spout, now broken away (restored in drawing) andprobably three handles, w Stock Photo
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. Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos, . Fk;. 168.—Steatite Bowl withOblique Fluting. (1 : 4.) Fk;. Ifi9.—Steatite Bowl with Hori-zontal Grooves. (1 : 4.) h. Fig. 170.—A thin-walled hemispherical bowl, complete, diameter -15, made of a homogeneous green steatite which takes a fine bluish-green surfacewhen polished ; soft and easily scratched. The interior is much marked as ifby the use of a pestle. Found in J 2, at a depth of 1 60. i. Ficr. 171.—Part of a shallow thick-walled dish with flat bottom andvertical sides. It had a spout, now broken away (restored in drawing) andprobably three handles, which were square perforated projections. On thesides is a clumsy ornament of horizontal grooves. The material is a greenmicaceous schist. Found in K 3 : 7 at a depth of ISO.. Fio. 170.—^Hemispherical SteatiteBowl. (1 : 4.) Fk;. 171.—Dish of Micaceous Schist.(1 :4.) j. Several circular steatite lids, mostly of the same material as a—g above.They are usually furnished with a central knob and resemble the examplefrom Kahun, dated by Professor Petrie to the Twelfth Dynasty and figured inCretan Pictographs, Fig. 120. There is no reason to think the Phylakopiexamples earlier than the vases found in the same Mycenaean stratum.Some are without the central knob. One has concentric zones on its upperside, mounting in steps towards the centre.

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