A LARGE CYPRIOT WHITE PAINTED WARE AMPHORA
CYPRO-ARCHAIC, 650-600 B.C.
The neck decorated with dark brown encircling lines and two friezes of concentric circles, the body with lines and vertical columns of concentric circles, twin loop handles on the shoulder, 21 in. (55.2 cm.) high; a Bichrome Ware amphora with brown and red encircling lines and three friezes of concentric circles, twin loop handles, 19 in. (49 cm.) high; another, the neck with red bands, brown lines on the neck and body with single frieze of concentric circles, twin loop handles repaired with some restoration to one, 16 in. (41.3 cm.) high, all 750-600 B.C.; and a Cypro-Geometric White Painted Ware amphora, the neck with central rectangular panel with brown cross-hatched diamonds and triangles, flanked by two panels each with double line cross, the body with encircling bands, twin vertical strap handles, 1050-750 B.C., 18 in. (45.7 cm.) high (4)