Коллекция черно- и краснофигурной керамики из раскопок поселения Менекше Чатай в Пропонтиде.
The paper presents the collection of black- and red-figured pottery from the excavations of the Antique settlement of Menekse (Jatagi, situated on the northwestern shore of the Marble Sea, 12 north-east of the modem Turkish town of Tekirdag (fig. 1). The collection consists of 33 fragments of kitchenware and vessels for cosmetics and oil, dated to the second half of the Vi-first half of the V c. BC (fig. 2-5). Worthy of special note among the black-figured vessels is a rare pyxis, produced in one of the East Mediterranean centers, probably on Rhodes (fig. 2, 7; 5, 7). The most conspicuous of the red-figured vessels are the neck of an oinochoe belonging to the Agora P 15849 class, bearing an image of Nike produced by the Shuvalov painter (fig. 4, 7; 5, 3), and a crater fragment with a depiction of the Dionysian thiasos (fig. 4, 2; 5, 5).