Sherds from a bowl


Two large sherds and some smaller ones from the body of a hand made deep hemispherical bowl. The decoration is of red polished slip on its main body and polished black slip along its mouth and all over its interior. One of the sherds has a lug pierced on its side with two holes. The lug is attached to the upper part of the body. The type of the decoration is Red Polished II, Type XIIIF2bIb. The sherds of the bowl were found together with number 52.381.23.8, 10, 11 and 12 inside the large basin discovered in the chamber of Tomb 123 of cemetery B in Vounous.