Three Handled Jar from Granary

Department Archive
Collection Mycenae Excavation Records
Reference No. MYC 3/1/16
Level Item
Dimensions 14.6cm x 15.7cm
Place Mycenae: Granary
Ancient Mycenae
Dates 1920
Collection event Mycenae Excavation 1920-1923
Scope and Content B/W ink drawing of a three handled jar of the L.H. III granary class. It was found in East or West corridors of the basement in the Granary. It is labelled part “e” since MYC 3/1/13 – MYC 3/1/16 were formerly parts of the same plate; and “630” on the front and back as well as “104a” on the back.
Related records [MYC 3/1/13], Kylikes Fragment with Octopus Tentacles from Granary, 1920
[MYC 3/1/14], Ceramics from Granary, 1920
[MYC 3/1/14/1], Horn of Bull’s Head Rhyton from Granary, 1920
[MYC 3/1/14/2], Spindle Whorl from Granary, 1920
[MYC 3/1/15], Bull’s Head Ornament from Triple Loop Handled Vase, 1920
Reference Wace, A.J. B. 1921. Excavations at Mycenae. VII. The Lion Gate and Grave Circle Area. 2. The Granary. BSA 25: 38-60. Direct link
1921. BSA 25: 43, fig. 11e. Link to article