Illustrations

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Plan of Southern Area of Kommos site

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South Stoa area with kiln

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Kommos, South Stoa of Ashlar Building T

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Kiln partially excavated

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Later LM III oven

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Kiln plan showing sections

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Kiln sections

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Archaeological sections of kiln and dump 13-

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Kiln from west

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Kiln from northwest

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Kiln from south

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Kiln from east

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Excavation of channel 3, west end, with clay and rubble filling

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Excavation of channel 3, rough stone filling after first pass

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Excavation of channel 3, pottery and rubble in channel after second pass

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Excavation of channel 3, west end after second pass

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Excavation of channel 3, west end after third pass

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Two sides of clay/rubble mass from channel 2

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Archaeological section F—F of channel 3

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Stone rubble found in channel 3

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Pottery in channel 2

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Figure 22. Restored plan (a) and reconstruction (b) of kiln at Aghia

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Figure 23. LM III pottery kiln at Stylos 22

Figure 24. Restored view of kiln from northwest 23

Figure 25. Vases thought to have broken during firing 26

Figure 26. Kiln dump, soil strata before excavation 31

Figure 27. Kiln dump, bottom elevations reached 31

Figure 28. Kiln dump, lower dark brown soil stratum 33

Figure 29. Cylindrical hole found about 4 m west of kiln 35

Figure 30. Kiln dump, red soil stratum 37

Figure 31. Kiln dump, light brown soil stratum 39

Figure 32. Cups from the kiln and dump 48

Figure 33. Bowls from the kiln and dump 53

Figure 34. Bridge-spouted jars from the kiln and dump 55

Figure 35. Collar-necked jugs from the kiln and dump 57

Figure 36. Ewers (46-49) and rhyta (50-51) from the dump 59

Figure 37. Large shapes from the kiln and dump (52-58); coarse slab fragment (61) 61

Figure 38. Fine pedestal base (59) and coarse slab fragment (60) from the dump; lustrous dark-on-light patterned fragmentary vases from kiln mound (62) and dump (6369); waster (C 10279) 63

Figure 39. Estimated vase shape frequencies in the kiln and dump 67

Figure 40. Estimated frequencies of conical cup types in the kiln and dump 67

Figure 41. Pedestal base C 8947 (59) with stretch marks on its interior 74

Figure 42. Wasters of collar-necked jugs (C 10602, C 10611), ewer (C 10300), oval-mouthed amphoras (C 10018,

Figure 43. Slabs C 10073 and C 8935 (60) 86

Figure 44. Modern bat supporting unfired basin in workshop at Thrapsano 87

Figure 45. Frequencies of dark paint colors 97

Figure 46. Decorative schemes on cups and pouring vessels from the kiln and dump 97

Figure 47. Photomicrograph of 95/10 to illustrate group 1a, XP 116

Figure 48. Photomicrograph of 95/22 to illustrate group 1b, XP 116

Figure 49. Photomicrograph of 95/29 to illustrate group 2a, XP 116

Figure 50. Photomicrograph of 95/52 to illustrate group 2a, XP 116

Figure 51. Photomicrograph of 95/46 to illustrate group 2b, XP 116

Figure 52. Photomicrograph of 95/19 to illustrate group 3, XP 117

Figure 53. Photomicrograph of 95/39 to illustrate group 3, XP 117

Figure 54. Photomicrograph of 95/1 to illustrate group 4, XP 117

Figure 55. Photomicrograph of 95/54 to illustrate group 5, XP 117

Figure 56. Photomicrograph of 95/56 to illustrate group 6, XP 117

Figure 57. SEM photomicrograph of paint layer of a painted conical cup (95/15) 120

Figure 58. SEM photomicrograph of an unpainted conical cup

Figure 59. SEM photomicrograph of a monochrome conical cup

Figure 60. SEM photomicrograph of a ewer (95/41) 123

Figure 61. SEM photomicrograph of an unpainted kalathos

Figure 62. SEM photomicrograph of a monochrome ewer

Figure 63. SEM photomicrograph of a high-fired light-on-dark kalathos (95/25) 124

Figure 64. SEM photomicrograph of a light-on-dark kalathos

Figure 65. Dendrogram using all elements except As, Sb, Ta 129

Figure 66. Dendrogram as in Figure 65 but without the affected elements (Na, Cs, Rb) 129

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