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14.9.13 Dark deposits on outer surface as well as surface scratching and a flake of clay missing. The paint is in good condition though. The paint on the underside is in good condition too. Possible remains of a rim section but not enough to be certain. 2007.03.1260.jpg
14.9.28 No finished edges allowing the inclusions in the clay to be seen. Brown deposits on the outside. 2007.03.1273.jpg
2004.8.4 Single fragment of five sides, broken sharply. The lower part of the fragment decoration is well preserved, but the upper portion has suffered cosiderable ware, although, the absent upper torsos of the youths can be seen on the terracotta below (due to the paint having preserved the ware to some extent before it was rubbed off). 2006.20.0566.jpg
2008.7.100 Fragment; completely encrusted in dirt throughout other than a very few small bits where black glaze can be seen.
2008.7.20 Fragment. Slight chipping. Wear has caused the fabric to be distinctly visible through the overpainting. "Aegina" handwritten in pencil on the interior.
2008.9.10 Cast seems to be complete, but original object was most likely broken, as the back half of the ship and half of one of the harpies is missing. Metal hook attached to top of cast for hanging. 2005.02.0198.jpg
22.3.26 Part of rim (about 1/4) is missing. Several very small chips and scratched areas can be found on the top surface of the plate, as well as one larger part that is gouged out. Also very small chips are visible on the underside of the plate and a patch near the missing rim is unevenly fired (red instead of black). 2003.97.0922.jpg
22.3.7 One handle and part of rim missing, as is a large chip from the rim. Large piece missing from the inside. Two large marks are also on the outside of the kylix where the handle used to be. 2003.30.0003.jpg
22.9.5 Currently in 9 fragments. Main body of cup has had one fragment glued back into place. Does not appear that all pieces of cup are present. Needs to be reconstructed. Base has large chip. Bad condition however, black glaze seems to be in a good condition. 2003.29.0010.jpg
22.9.6 Consists of 7 fragments and 6 more fragents yet to be reconstructed. A small fragment seems to have been missing when most of the cup was put back together, therefore somebody has used plaster to refill the small piece. One of the side handles broken off and most of the side of the cup is incomplete. Bad condition. Black glaze worn. Small soil deposits situated around cup. 2003.29.0007.jpg
23.11.31OO pretty good condition. does not appear to be that fragmented. 2005.06.0099.jpg
26.12.24A-B The flat surface of the knob on the lid has a white deposit on it, which can also be found at the base of the stem, and around one side of the rim. Small cracks in the glaze are evident around the the base of the stem, and small scratches are clear around the surface of the rim. The very edge of the rim has some small chips in it. On the inside of the lid, there is one deep scratch, and a hole, as well as more of the same white deposit. The rim and inside of the main body has got more deposit on it, but this is a brighter white. The gloss also shows signs of wear with scratches and flakes in the surface. Near one handle, there is a chip on the rim. One handle is covered in a yellowish/white deposit. More pale white deposit can be found on the foot and on the black band above it. There are several small scratches and chips in the base of the foot. 2003.19.0001.jpg
26.2.19 Underside has badly worn paint as it has flaked off, although traces of white can be seen. On the topside some of the paint has discoloured to brown. Paint has worn away from rim. 2003.45.0076.jpg
26.4.5 Intact. The stem of the knob has greyish deposit on it, a soft white version of which, can be found around the rim of the lid. The rim of the lid shows several chips. The underneath if the lid is covered in white and grey deposit. 2002.97.0340.jpg
27.4.5 Intact. The rim, inside of the bowl and handles, all show evidence of wear, and there are considerable patches where all of the glaze has been removed. There are also small chips to be found on the handles, and on the inside of the rim. Where the glaze has been rubbed away, it has revealed a grey colour. There is also a thin crack running from the edge of the rim, to half way down the first black band. The well in the centre of the bowl is also slightly worn, to reveal a whitish grey colour, as well as a small crack running across the side. On the underside of the bowl, there is more evidence of general wear, including a chip just under the rim next to one of the handles. The bottom rim of the foot also reveals small chips, as well as a crack running across the middle. 2003.19.0007.jpg
29.11.4 Incomplete and repaired and appearing to be extremely fragile. 2003.52.0003.jpg
34.10.16 Comprised of two rejoined pieces. Decoration on the front has faded, and resting surface is very uneven, as is the back. There are small scratches all over the surface and small holes at the top of the head. The back reveals lots of small cracks and holes. There is a white deposit on the chest area, which can also be found inside the base, as well as running along the cracks on the back. 2005.05.0059.jpg
35.5.15-19 Six fragments, which may not all be from the same cup 2003.21.0094.jpg
38.4.3 Complete, appears intact. Paint extremely faded. Inside of mouth has over three small chips. There is one noticeable chip on the outside of the lip. The paint on the neck appears to have been worn away, because a pinkish clay is showing which does not appear to be a fading of the black decoration. There are at least two hairline cracks on the shoulder, with some of the clay worn away. The handles are in good condition with no noticeable chips, whereas the body has several chips and cracks. The base has a few small chips but is in very good condition. 2003.01.0004.jpg
38.4.6A Good condition. Appears to be two extremely tiny holes on knob of lid and one on outside black ring of lid.
39.9.1 Mouth of jug appears to be missing its lip. Handle appears to have originally been black glazed, however now it is very worn. All decoration and figures on jug are quite worn. There is a large chip on the rim of the base, of the jug.
45.10.10 Sixteen fragments that belong to the same kylix. There are parts of the rim and body (a,b,g,k,l,m,n) of the body (c,h,i,j,o) of rim, body and part of the handles (d,e,f), and the base (p). a) Should be rejoined to b. Interior: Layer of white plaster and small bits that have been pitted off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot that has been chipped off. b) Should be rejoined to a and c. Interior: White plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and small spots that have been chipped off from the left and bottom edge of the fragment. c) Should be rejoined to b. Interior: White plaster and two areas that have been chipped off from the top edge of the fragment. Exterior: White plaster and two small spots that have been chipped off. d) Should be rejoined to e. There are two spots that have been chipped off from the rim and bottom part, as well as some pitting off (rim). Exterior: White plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off from the upper part of the body. The handle is also missing, apart from its lowest part. e) Should be rejoined to d. Interior: There are two spots (rim, bottom) that have been chipped off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot on the left that has been chipped off. Most of the handle is also missing. f) Should be rejoined to g and h. Interior: There is a layer of white plaster, few tiny bits that have been pitted off and a spot on the left that has been chipped off. Exterior: There is white plaster, a spot that has been chipped off from the top right side and some peeling off of the colour on the handle, whose largest part is also missing. g) Should be rejoined to f and h. Tiny bits that have been pitted off from the exterior. h) Should be rejoined to f and g. Traces of white plaster on the exterior. i) Interior: Layer of white plaster. Exterior: Traces of white plaster. j) White plaster on the interior. k) Interior: Layer of white plaster. Exterior: tiny bits that have been pitted off and slight traces of plaster. l) Could be rejoined to n. Interior: White plaster and a spot that has been pitted off. Exterior: White plaster and some bits that have been pitted off. m) Interior: Layer of plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off from the bottom left edge. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot that has been chipped off from the bottom right edge. n) Could be rejoined to l. Interior: White plaster. Exterior: Traces of white plaster, some pitting off and a large spot that has been chipped off from the decorated area. o) Traces of white plaster on both sides. p) Slightly faded, with a few surface chips on interior and on foot. 2007.01.0107.jpg
45.10.13 Thirteen fragments that belong to the same amphora. i Traces of white plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). ii) It has been burnt. iii) There are traces of adhesives and added white colour has fadded away. iv) Should be rejoined to xiii Traces of adhesives (interior). v) Should be rejoined to iv and ix. Adhesives inside. vi) Traces of adhesives. vii) Should be rejoined to ix. White plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). viii) Plaster on the exterior. ix) Should be rejoined to v, vii and x. Plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). Part of the slip has been peeled off and shallow bits have been pitted off. x) Should be rejoined to ix. Plaster on the exterior. xi) Plaster on the exterior. xii) Adhesives on the interior. xiii) Should be rejoined to iv. Plaster on the exterior. xiv) Plaster on the exterior, some scratches and few tiny bits that have been pitted off. xv) Plaster on the exterior.
45.10.9 Ten fragments that probably belong to the same vessel. a) Tiny bit of the vessel's lower neck, part of the shoulder and the spring of the handle, which is missing. There are scratches on the exterior and two bits that have been chipped off. Deposits and plaster? on the interior. (The rest of the fragments are from the vessel's body) b) Should be rejoined to c. White plaster on the exterior and traces of it on the interior. A small bit has been chipped off. c) Should be rejoined to b. White plaster on the exterior and traces f it on the interior d) Few deposits on both sides and a small bit that has been pitted off from the exterior. e) Few deposits on the interior and traces of white plaster. A tiny bit has been chipped off from the exterior. f) White plaster and deposits on the interior. Two bits have been chipped off from the exterior. g) The decoration appears as if it has been scraped off and there is a spot that has been chipped off from the exterior. h) A small spot has been chipped off. Deposits and traces of plaster on the interior. Added white colour has fadded away. i) There are adhesives on both sides and white plaster on the exterior. The decoration looks as if it has been scraped off, a tiny bit has been pitted off and a small spot has been chipped off. j) Traces of white plaster, especially on the interior. There is a small spot that has been pitted off.
47.2.21 Intact; string not original, and therefore striking ball may not be original. Surface worn, with medium-brown deposits. 2005.02.0295.jpg
47.2.7 Mended from a number of joining fragments. Small parts filled in with plaster (especially on left side. Gloss flaked off on part of the handle,rim and body. It is not lustrous. Towards the foot, thinly applied gloss that leaves parts of the clay to be seen. 2008.98.0404.jpg
47.7.3 One handle missing. Heavy deposits inside holding jug which appears to be intact. Paint in good condition. 2003.26.0008.jpg
48.2.1 Intact. The inside is covered in sandy/white deposit, which can also be found in the inside of the handles. The rim shows wear on the glaze and slight flaking. The main zones have small scratches on them, including deep scratches on three of the swans (could be intentional?). There is more deposit around the top of the foot and on the base of it. 2003.16.0003.jpg
49.4.1 The mouth is a little chipped and the neck has been repaired. There are bits missing from the shoulder, too. The largest part of the white bands has worn away, as has some of the paint on the foot. There are white and gritty deposits in the mouth and under the handle. The glaze below the meander is streaky. There is also colour loss on the back of the body but this appears to be due to firing. 2005.88.0081.jpg
49.8.1 Intact but very small chips along the rim and body of mug. Small areas of paint chipped and deposit areas can also be found on the body as well as the base of the rim. Gloss is not lustrous. At parts on the body, gloss fired brown. 2008.98.0423.jpg
51.4.10 Intact. Colours and design remains clear. Glaze remains shiny. Very good condition. Small chips on the lower part of the body and the rim. Glaze thinly applied on the eyes on side B and clay can be seen underneath. 2010.98.0125.jpg
51.4.8 Complete. The body mended from a number of joining fragments. Glaze flaked off on the top of the rim, body and handles. Small chip on one of the horizontal handles. The main zone decoration remains similarly intact, except for a few scratches on the surface, and in small patches, a misty light grey deposit. There is also some of this deposit around the ends of all three handles. Thinly applied glaze, especially on the back side of the vessel, allowing for the colour of the clay to be seen. On the resting surface of the foot is a chalky white deposit.
51.7.10 Lid appears to be missing. Deposits inside and out, partly obscuring design. Base is intact. 2003.97.0333.jpg
56.8.4 The vessel appears to be cracked in several places and the handle has been rejoined. It is also quite glossy. 2003.59.0004.jpg
70.3.3 Half of one handle broken and missing. Decoration worn (and missing entirely in patches where a ghost can be seen). Whitish gray deposits on interior and on preserved handle, as well as around the base (at join with body and on underside). 2008.98.0449.jpg
73.9.23 The surface of the fragment appears to be in fairly good condition, except for a few small areas of grey deposit. The back of the fragment varies in colour, moving from red to black and then grey. The surface however is again in fairly good condition with no real evidence of wear except for a few small scratches. 2002.97.0191.jpg
74.7.5 Complete. Has been glued back together from two pieces. Is entirely covered by dark deposit, possibly from the action of fire. Thought to be from a burnt grave. There is a lot of flaking, revealing white. The features of the face are distinguishable, but are worn in places. The back is much lighter in colour, but still covered in brown/green deposit and feels rough to the touch. 2002.97.0398.jpg
79.1.18 Intact, missing a section at the back of the lamp which could be where a handle has been broken off. Small amount of white deposit all over the interior and the exterior. 2005.01.0044.jpg
79.1.8 Complete, decoration very worn, filling hole is irregular; this may be due to it's production. Nozzle tip is blackened; probably from usage. nozzle end is scored with many lines. White deposit in places. 2005.01.0029.jpg
83.10.1 Quite badly worn. It has been glued back together using three fragments. There seems to be a fragment missing at the bottom of the statue, therefore the figurine is incomplete. Most of the features of the statue are badly worn. There are many soil deposits all over the figure. Inside the hollow figurine there appears to be some sort of plant. 2006.20.0913.jpg
E.23.29 appears to have no restoration or recent damage. The pottery is very rough with innumerable shallow chips, and there is a large amount of white deposit all over the object, a particularly large patch can be found near the base. 2007.01.0076.jpg
E.23.38 Intact, it is clear from the top and bottom part of the artefact that it has been removed from a larger object, since they appear to be thinner than the rest of the object and therefore look like 'connectors' of some kind. There appears to be very little degradation of the wood. There are some remnants of a white pigment on the lower half. 2002.98.0077.jpg
E.23.43.2 Intact and copmplete, there are several impurities in the glaze, most notably a long line of black substance that appears to be stuck to the bead as it very raised from the surface.
E.23.49.4 Intact although if there was a handle it is now gone. There appears to be some deposit on the non flat side. 2002.98.0141.jpg
E.62.12 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside and in the holes over all parts. 2008.08.0054.jpg
E.62.22 The gaps between some teeth have become adhered by deposits. Others have warped out of shape. There is black discolouration, perhpas due to damp, on one face of the comb. A part has broken from the side but is due to be repaired. 2005.89.0039.jpg
E.62.37 Intact and complete. There are sevral small chips around the rim. There appear to be several water marks on the inside of the bowl. THe base and some parts of the body are covered in an encrusted light brown deposit. 2002.98.0085.jpg
E.62.38 Very large chip out of the lip, crack going from edge of that crack, to and along base and then back up the other side of the vase. Another crack joins this crack together along the shoulder. The crack can be seen on the inside of the pot. 2007.03.1249.jpg
E.62.4 Intact not complete (the head is missing). The detail is becoming less desinite and the underside has become dirty with what appears to be watermarks. There are small amounts of black deposit sparcely placed around the artefact. 2002.98.0241.jpg
E.63.16 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside detail and more so on the right legs of the beetle. 2007.99.0067.jpg
E.63.7 Intact and complete. Some amount of blue glaze has rubbed off, and a small amount of white deposit can be found on the mid-rif. 2002.98.0937.jpg
E.65.11 Intact. Small area of polished metal showing through on rectangular extension but not reflective. Major discolouration and deterioration to the surface of both sides. Small surface scratches. Does not sit flat so the object must be slightly bent. 2008.08.0017.jpg
L.2016.3.25 The portrait head is worn, the reverse side seems to be better preserved. Not purged of deposits, so everything is just barely discernible.
REDMG:1935.87.33 Complete and intact. One chip underneath the rim. Areas of colour loss can be found around the rim, handles and the main body of the krater. Part of the foot and has a layer of deposit. 2004.07.0003.jpg
REDMG:1951.160.1 Nearly intact, with a large piece rejoined to the rim. Rim slightly scratched and red surface slightly worn; light grey deposits cover the underside. Red wash on figures seems to be wearing off. 2003.95.0072.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.34 The pot is generally in good condition, but the decoration seems to be fading off. 2005.02.0007.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.63 Complete and intact. One chip on the rim and two on the foot. Surface somewhat eroded around the body, but otherwise glossy. Scratch marks can also be seen around the body.
REDMG:1953.25.83 Intact if fragmentary. The facial features, especially the nose and right ear, have worn down quite considerably although it is still clear what they are meant to be. The line of breakage is straight, falling from the right ear to the middle of the left side of the neck. 2003.93.0197.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.85 Sculpture is not worn so design can still be seen. Many inclusions in clay. Large area of thick deposit on reverse side at top. 2005.90.0042.jpg
REDMG:1964.1654.1 Mouth and neck missing and part of stem appears to be missing due to uneven base. Deposits on outside and on base. Some scratches to body. 2003.93.0156.jpg
REDMG:1964.1683.1 Fragment in good condition with no chips or scratches. Only very small deposits can be seen in the rim. 2006.20.0525.jpg
TEMP.2002.7.1 Intact. The rim suffers from several chips, one in particular quite large, opposite one of the handles. There is also evidence of wear on the glaze, as there is on the inside of the bowl. On the band inside the bowl can be found three deeper scratches, as well as the occasional small hole. The handles of the bowl also reveal small chips on their glaze, as well as small scratches. The band which leads down to and envelops the top of the foot, contains small scratches, and where it meets the foot are lots of small cracks in the glaze. There is also some yellowy/grey deposit, which we can also see on the base of the foot. The base is chipped slightly in places and there are small scratches in the glazed bands. 2002.97.0223.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.11 Three fragments that belong to the same vessel. a) Should be rejoined to b. Part of the rim, small bit of the neck and part of the handle. Few, tiny bits have been pitted off and a spot has been chipped off. b) Should be rejoined to a. Part of rim and neck. Few, tiny bits have been pitted off. c) Part of the neck. Few, tiny bits have been pitted off.
TEMP.2003.6.12 Four fragments that belong to the same vessel. a) Part of the rim, body and the handle (intact). There is white plaster on the inner surface of the handle and many bits and spots have been pitted off and colour appears peeled off, especially from the back of the handle. b)Should be rejoined to c. Part of the rim and body. Four small bits have been pitted off from the rim (exterior) and there is a bit of plaster. c) Should be rejoined to b. Part of the rim and tiny part of the body. Part of the decoration of the rim has been peeld off. d) Part of the body. 2006.20.0466.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.17 Fifteen fragments that belong to the same kylix. There are parts of the rim and body (a,b,g,k,l,m,n) of the body (c,h,i,j,o) and of rim, body and part of the handles (d,e,f). a) Should be rejoined to b. Interior: Layer of white plaster and small bits that have been pitted off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot that has been chipped off. b) Should be rejoined to a and c. Interior: White plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and small spots that have been chipped off from the left and bottom edge of the fragment. c) Should be rejoined to b. Interior: White plaster and two areas that have been chipped off from the top edge of the fragment. Exterior: White plaster and two small spots that have been chipped off. d) Should be rejoined to e. There are two spots that have been chipped off from the rim and bottom part, as well as some pitting off (rim). Exterior: White plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off from the upper part of the body. The handle is also missing, apart from its lowest part. e) Should be rejoined to d. Interior: There are two spots (rim, bottom) that have been chipped off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot on the left that has been chipped off. Most of the handle is also missing. f) Should be rejoined to g and h. Interior: There is a layer of white plaster, few tiny bits that have been pitted off and a spot on the left that has been chipped off. Exterior: There is white plaster, a spot that has been chipped off from the top right side and some peeling off of the colour on the handle, whose largest part is also missing. g) Should be rejoined to f and h. Tiny bits that have been pitted off from the exterior. h) Should be rejoined to f and g. Traces of white plaster on the exterior. i) Interior: Layer of white plaster. Exterior: Traces of white plaster. j) White plaster on the interior. k) Interior: Layer of white plaster. Exterior: tiny bits that have been pitted off and slight traces of plaster. l) Could be rejoined to n. Interior: White plaster and a spot that has been pitted off. Exterior: White plaster and some bits that have been pitted off. m) Interior: Layer of plaster and a large spot that has been chipped off from the bottom left edge. Exterior: Traces of white plaster and a spot that has been chipped off from the bottom right edge. n) Could be rejoined to l. Interior: White plaster. Exterior: Traces of white plaster, some pitting off and a large spot that has been chipped off from the decorated area. o) Traces of white plaster on both sides.
TEMP.2003.6.23 Nine fragments of the same vessel's shoulder (a and b) and body. a) Interior: The upper part seems to have been left reserved, but glazed?, but the lower part is streaky black. There are some bits that have been pitted off. Exterior: Traces of white plaster. There are two small spots that have been chipped off from the bottom of the fragment and some bits that have been pitted off from the joining point of the neck to the shoulder. b) Should be rejoined to c. Interior: Streaky black and two small spots have been chipped off. There are many bits that have been pitted off at the bottom of the fragment. Exterior: Traces of white plaster. There are tiny bits that have been pitted off. c) Should be rejoined to b. Interior: Streaky black, and a spot that has been chipped off. Exterior: Two small spots have been chipped off from the left bottom of the fragment. d) Interior: Has been scraped off. e) Interior: There are spots that have been chipped off. Exterior: There are two large spots that have been chipped off. f) Interior: Streaky black and several bits have been pitted off. g) Interior: Half of the surface has been scraped off and on the rest there are several bits that have been pitted off. Exterior: One small spot has been pitted off. h) Interior: There are large areas that have been scraped and few bits that have been chipped off. i) Interior: Part of the surface has been scraped off and there are bits that have been pitted off on the rest of the surface. Exterior: Two deep, short scratches?
TEMP.2003.6.4 a) There are some spots that have been pitted off, especially at the edge of the rim, as well as some shallow scratches. There is a bit that has been chipped off from the neck and few deposits. b) Many small spots have been pitted off from the edge of the rim, few bits have been chipped off from the neck and there are traces of deposits. c) Should be rejoined to d. Few parts have been chipped off and there are deposits. d) Should be rejoined to c and e. Tiny bits have been peeled off, there is a cracking on the internal surface and traces of deposits. e) Should be rejoined to d. There are some scratches on the exterior and some parts have been chipped off from both sides. f) Should be rejoined to c. Some spots have been chipped off and at some areas the colour has been peeled off. g) Tiny bits have been pitted off, two spots have been chipped off. h) Traces of plaster, especially on the interior. The colour has been peeled off from some areas and there are spots that have been chipped off. i) Traces of white plaster, streaky black on the interior andtwo small spots that have been chipped off. j) White plaster on both sides, streaky black on the interior and many spots that have been pitted off from the exterior. k) Should be rejoined to l. Traces of white plaster on the exterior. l) Should be rejoined to k, m and n. Few, small bits have been pitted off. m) Should be rejoined to l, n, p and o. There are some scratches on the external surface, as well as some bits that have been pitted off from both sides. Two spots have also been chipped off from the interior. n) Should be rejoined to l, m and o. Many shallow, small scratches and few, tiny bits that have been pitted off. Also, a spot that has been chipped off from the external surface and a smaller one from the internal. o) Should be rejoined to m,n and p. There are some scratches on the external surface, some tiny bits have been pitted off and a spot has been chipped off. p) Should be rejoined to m, o and q. Few tiny, shallow bits have been pitted off. q) Should be rejoined to p and r. Two small spots have been chipped off from the interior. r) Should be rejoined to q and possibly s? s) Could be rejoined to r? t) Should be rejoined to o. There are some tiny bits that have been pitted off from the exterior,as well as a shallow gouge and two scratches. u) Should be rejoined to v. White plaster on the interior. v) Should be rejoined to u and w. There are some scratches, some bits have been pitted off and few spots have been chipped off. w) Should be rejoined to v and possibly x? Some scratches on the exterior and a shallow gouge. x) Could be rejoined to w? There is a shallow gouge and three spots that have been chipped off from the exterior. y) Tiny bits have been pitted off. z) Small bit has been pitted off. aa) Should be rejoined to ab. Bits have been pitted off and surface seems to have been scraped off? on the top. ab) Should be rejoined to aa and ac. Bits have been pitted off and colour seems to be scraped off? on the top. ac) Should be rejoined to ab. Bits have been pitted off and colour seems to have been scraped off on the top. ac) Should be rejoined to ab. Bits have been pitted off and the top seems to have been scraped off? ad) Small spots have been pitted off. 2006.20.0469.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.6 a) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one handle (the other one is missing) and body of the vessel. Small bits have been pitted off, as well as parts of the colour on some areas. The glaze also seems to be scraped off, apart from the surfaces decorated with palmettes. There are traces of white plaster (on the exterior), especially at the upper part of the handle's springs. b) Should be rejoined to a and c. Part of the rim and body of the vessel. The area above the decoration on the body seems scraped off. c) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one of the springs of the other handle (that is missing) and part of the vessel's body. White plaster is apparent on most of the external surface. Traces of adhesives? exist on the internal surface of the rim d) Part of the rim and body of the vessel. Adhesives on the rim (interior and exterior). e) Part of the vessel's lower body. Tiny bits have been pitted off from both sides and colour has fadded away on some areas. f) Part of the vessel's resting surface. The foot is missing and there are adhesives and white plaster on the joining point of the foot with the base. 2006.20.0464.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.49 Intact. Both sides of the coin are worn down, and the sides are chipped. There appears to be some small bits of green weathering around the coin. 2008.02.0117.jpg
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