Czére Andrea szerk.: A Szépművészeti Múzeum közleményei 104. (Budapest, 2006)

JUDIT LEBEGYEV - ANDRÁS MÁRTON: Early Cycladic Objects in the Collection of Classical Antiquities

I J LUG-HANDLED BOWL. BUDAPEST. MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS Most of the bowls are made of Naxian marble, or they were found on Naxos, and conse­quently their primary centre of manufacture is located there, while a secondary workshop is supposed to have been located at Paros. In the case of undocumented find-circumstances, however, the Naxos findspot often indicates only a provenance given by the art dealer. 4 Inside many bowls, red and blue traces of paint are visible, and thus, this type might be used for powdering and mixing pigments. In order to support the hypothesis that bowls of this type served as mortars or mixing bowls, it is usually noted that many pieces were discovered