Mycenae: (top) Platter from a MH burial in the South House, (bottom) Stirrup vase with a duck frieze of the LHIII style from the East basement of the Granary

Department Archive
Collection SPHS BSA Image Collection
Reference No. BSA SPHS 01/1335.3399
Level Item
Description Glass negative, quarter plate size, a copy negative taken from two photographs.
Dimensions 10.5 x 8 cm
Place Mycenae: South House
Mycenae: Palace
Ancient Mycenae
Dates 1920
Creator The British School at Athens
Collection event Mycenae Excavation 1920-1923: Season 1920
Scope and Content Part of a collection of images of the BSA's 1920s excavations at Mycenae. The original description in the SPHS register reads: "(a) platter from M. H. burial. (b) Stirrup vase with duck frieze of LH. III Style".
Notes Date is listed in the caption for the 1920 SPHS accessions to the slide list. The top photograph in this negative is reproduced in fig. 21 of BSA 25 and the bottom photograph of the stirrup jar is represented in the watercolour shown in the related record (MYC 3/1/17).
Reference 1920 JHS 40: 6th accession to 1913 slide catalogue. lxxviii.SPHS 3399. Link to article