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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → any
13.10.4A-B Two pieces, each intact, seemingly not missing any parts. The mirror is in better condition, with only a few worn and/or green patches, while the lid is damaged at the edges and is covered on the underside with whitish-green deposits. The lid has one cracked, running from the edge toward the centre. 2010.99.0120.jpg
14.9.49 Surface chips have taken away some paint and the part that has suffered most has the main design. Hardly any deposits apart from some dusty parts on the fractured edges. 2003.01.0084.jpg
2008.7.176 Fragment; worn, especially near broken edges; dirt deposits throughout; if there was any decoration, it has been worn off completely.
2008.7.189 Fragment; heavily worn and chipped, irregularly broken; badly worn enough that any decoration is practically unrecoginzable.
E.23.47.1 Most of the beads have lost their original sheen and several of them have a brown deposit on them. Since there are very few details on any of the beads/amulets it is difficult to say if any have been lost. Several of the objects have lost some of their original colour but all remain intact and complete. 2002.98.0232.jpg
E.63.12 Intact and complete. Although much of the glaze is gone there is no loss of detail nor any deposit. 2008.08.0207.jpg
L.2016.3.10 Badly worn surface, so it's difficult to see any details of the features and hair. Light grey-yellowish deposits on the interior of the object as well as the handle and rim.
TEMP.2007.3.69 very well preserved; hardly any wear; complete 2008.02.0040.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.73 well preserved; hardly any wear; complete
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