Colorless with greenish tinge. Uneven ground rim; cylindrical body with straight sides tapering slightly downwards; slightly pushed-in bottom. Wheel-cut decoration comprising four broad, horizontal grooves irregularly spaced down sides, with the uppermost just below rim. Intact; pinprick bubbles; dulling, pitting, and iridescence, with many patches of thick creamy, enamel-like weathering on exterior, and interior covered with soil and limy encrustation.
Cylindrical yellowish beaker with four incised lines around body.
Said to be from a tomb at Idalion (modern Dali)
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