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61-7, 71-7, 79-81, 84, 85. PLATE 30, 25 and 26. The followingobservationsmaybe made. Lips, handles and bases, so faras one can tell, are such as would suit the LPG period. All the lips except one (77, see PLATE 30, 26) belong to neck-handledamphorae(74-5 and PLATE 30, 25). No fragment of a handleis illustrated:the neck handleshad decoration or of bars, intersecting verticals, intersecting diagonalsbetweenhorizontalbars -just one had two parallelverticals;forthebellyhandlesthe paint,as usual,coveredthe outersurface.
Perhapsa variationon the tripoddish 86. Fragmentof a stand withthreeinternad 54,1? THE PROTOGEOMETRIC AND SUB-PROTOGEOMETRIC POTTERY 31 Coarsedomestichand-madeware8 I quote fromDr. O. Dickinson'sreport. 'An orange-redhandmadeware of mediumthicknessseemsnormal;thisis generallysmooth on the inside, and may be wornon the outside. A medium-sizedwide-mouthed jar or jug seems to be the only shape. There is, however,a relativelyfine thinner-walled variety, rangingin colour fromfine orange-brownto very dark brown,that is burnishedon the outside, showingverticalripples from the burnishinginstrumentin the best examples.
Again,levelsin the immediatearea wereerodedand disturbed, and there is no more than a probabilitythat it is of SPG date: at least it is laterthan LH IIIC Phase 2, the date of the underlying building,and earlierthan the LG pit whichpartly it. destroyed Greaterprecisionis possible in the case of the stretchof E- W walling,wall R, since severalrelayingsof pebble floorran up to its south face,and both theseand the wall itself containedSPG potteryand nothinglater. To the N of it therewere patches of a possible earthfloorbut, in general,disturbance had removedmost of the evidenceand any otherwalls of thisperiodtheremayhavebeen.