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The plate is a flattish disc, usually with an oblique rim and a low, sloping central depression and sometimes with two strap handles.

History: It is fairly common in late Corinthian pottery and is only common in Attic pottery during the sixth century B.C. From the Attic form develops the later black painted wares that were popular during the fifth century.

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