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41-42. Mus. 4401). Bucket Fig. 6, P1. 5 jar Davaras, CretanAntiquities,pl. 177. Body and lid mendedfrommany pieceswith small parts on side and handles restored. H. ; D. 185 m. Limestone, gray and white mottled. Jar with bridged spout; two horizontal handles on sides, Stone:Sealstones These findswill receivefull publicationin the volume of CMS devotedto the seals in the Agios Nikolaos Museum, now in preparationby Davaras. Mus. 4693). Sealstone Steatite. 7. Stone vessels from Gournia Tomb I pit. Mus.
5. Potteryfrom Gournia Tomb I pit. Tall pedestalstem flattenedat base. " Compare the examples from Mochlos, nos. I a and XIX 1 (Seager, Mochlos II, pp. 18-20, 71, figs. Mus. 4296, 4297, 4298, 5036, 5656 (Xanthoudides, VTM, pp. 10-11, pl. XVIII), all with circular ridges decorating the underside of the dish, and Mochlos XIX 1, with similar bosses decoratingits edge. For a discussionof these vases, which are mistakenly identified as "lids" by Xanthoudides, see under G 1-8, pp. 25-26 below. Stone solid vertical handle on side opposite spout.
44 0 I 2 ~ 53M. 12. Section EF through Gournia Tombs I and III Any of three possibleentrancesmight have been used to gain accessto the interiorof the tomb. If there was an eastern wall, one might have enteredby a doorwayin it and passed through a corridor running along the east side of the tomb. In the absence of such a doorway, one might have entered from the roof, which could be reached easily from the steep outcroppingthat rises alongsidethe west side of the tomb. Each roomcould,of course, have been entered directly from the east.