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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → burnt
2016.3.1 Some whitish-grey deposits on the lamp surface, especially around the handle section and on the sides of the lamp. The surface is also worn. Burnt patches on the nozzle. 2016.99.0260.jpg
29.11.3 The neck and handle have been repaired and rejoined to the body. There is a scratch on the upper body surface and two tiny bits that been chipped off. The vessel looks burnt (apparently from a burnt grave). 2004.07.0097.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.
45.10.20 There are six fragments probably from the body of the same closed-shape vase (amphora). i) Small bits of the colour have been peeled off and few small spots have been pitted off. ii) The fragment has been burnt. Tiny bits are pitted off. iii) The colour has faded away and has been peeled off from spots. Chips are missing from the edges. iv) The colour has faded away on the contour of the motives. v) The fragment is burnt. Bits of colour have been pitted off. vi) Bits of the colour have been pitted off, especially at the top and right side of the fragment.
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
L.2011.1.43 Fragmented, very worn, burnt in one corner and covered in a light brown sediment 2011.97.0236.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.45 Fragment, chipped in many places, glaze worn away, possibly burnt on the bottom part 2007.10.0038.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.46 Fragment of a base, possibly burnt, chips and scratches in many places 2007.10.0046.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.49 Fragment; Damaged by fire, with chipping of decoration probably due to this damage. Munsell colours are for unburnt and burnt parts respectively 2007.10.0051.jpg
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