Charts 2

August 6th, 2017

Chart 1: Metrical features of 37 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the Athenian Agora, the Kynosarges burials and the collections of the British School at Athens in chronological order. KEY: BR (=burial context), N/L (=neck-less), N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 2: Metrical features of 16 fragmented oinochoai with incomplete profiles from the Athenian Agora and the Kynosarges burials in chronological order. KEY: BR (=burial context), fr/s (=fragment/s), N/L (=neck-less).

Chart 3: Basic proportions of 37 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the Athenian Agora, the Kynosarges burials and the collections of the British School at Athens in chronological order. KEY: BR (=burial context), N/L (=neck-less), N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 4: Metrical features of 24 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the Kerameikos cemetery in chronological order. KEY: N/L (=neck-less), N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 5: Basic proportions of 24 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the Kerameikos cemetery in chronological order. KEY: N/L (=neck-less), N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 6: Accuracy test between real and calculated measurements for 5 oinochoai from the Kerameikos cemetery.

Chart 7: Metrical features of 23 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the British Museum in chronological order. KEY: N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 8: Basic proportions of 23 pouring vessels with complete profiles from the British Museum in chronological order. KEY: N/A (=not applicable).

Chart 9: Accuracy test between real and calculated measurements for 12 pitchers from the British Museum.

Chart 10: Fabric descriptions of 25 Athenian oinochoai from the Agora (BR = burial context).

Chart 11: Chart of decorative/technological characteristics of 47 Athenian decorated trefoil oinochoai (all typologies) from the Athenian Agora, the Kynosarges burials and the collections of the British School at Athens.

Chart 12: Chart of decorative/technological characteristics of 3 Athenian/Attic decorated oinochoai (all typologies) and 9 pitchers from the Kynosarges burials and the collections of the British School at Athens.