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There are 34 objects for which Condition contains → down
14.9.115 Fragment. The surface feels very smooth, but the back is slightly uneven. There is a long crack running down one shoulder and at the edge of the hairline. Little areas of greyish deposit running through contours of body. Once thought to join Reading 14.9.114. 2002.97.0411.jpg
2008.7.183 Fragment; heavily worn, decoration worn down until almost unrecognizble, expecially around edges of fragment.
2008.7.187 Fragment; if exterior did have color, it is very badly worn down; heavy dirt throughout.
2008.7.50 Fragment, 'Aegina Aphrodite' handwritten in pencil on interior. Worn- down and chipped, slight chipping to decoration.
2008.7.53 Fragment; several chips throughout, one large chip on interior; decoration worn down throughout; "Aphrodite" handwritten in pencil on the interior.
2008.7.76 Overpaint mostly worn away on both sides. Exterior: chips running vertically down the centre of the fragment through the decoration
2008.9.18 Fragment in 2 halves, glued back together with join vertically down centre. Decoration is very faded.
22.3.41 Single fragment, roughly triangular preserving most of the flat bottom and approximately 1/4 of the arc of the lower part of the body. Large crack lengthwise down the fragment. Some whitish-gray deposits on the exterior and brownish-gray deposits on the interior. 2004.99.0530.jpg
25.8.7 Complete but not intact. Can see the join on the inside of the figurine. Lots of flaking on the surface of the figurine, and evidence of white deposit around the face and feet, as well as down the side of the left leg. 2002.97.0399.jpg
26.2.59 Single fragment, worn down to the original terracotta on much of the interior. 2013.04.0132.jpg
26.5.1 Foot missing resulting in skyphos not standing upright. Glaze has been lost on the inside of the object. Crack down one side. 2005.89.0088.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
29.5.2 The rim next to one handle has a small area of sandy deposit and shows where the glaze has been slightly rubbed away. On the rim near the other handle is a larger amount of a more whitish deposit, which is also on the inside of the pot. The glaze on the handles is marred by large amounts of greyish/green deposit, which also covers a large amount of the glaze lower down the body and on the base of the foot. On the main zone on side A, there is a whiter deposit. On side B, at the foot of Pegasus, there is a deep scratch. In the base of the foot, there is a crack down one side of the well. 2003.16.0008.jpg
34.10.22 Incomplete. Back broken away - had long rectangular opening. Scratches evident all over surface, and white deposit at top of head and down left arm. 2002.97.0377.jpg
34.10.25 Complete but not intact. The figure has been broken in two and pieced back together. Other than that, the only thing wrong is the patches of brown/grey deposit on the head and shoulders, on the back, down some of the folds in the robe, on the vase and at the base, around the feet. 2002.97.0429.jpg
34.8.14 Intact and complete. Much of the glaze remains but in areas where it has rubbed of the green pigment is also missing. The painted detail remains in good condition, the face detail however was not painted and has greatly worn away. It would also seem that the left arm has worn down since the pigment is missing and the arm seems stunted cvompared to its companion. There are several obvious cracks around the feet. 2007.99.0032.jpg
35.4.6 Chips from rim and a crack runs down one side. Glaze worn in small areas on handles. 2003.97.0486.jpg
42.9.1 Almost half of stephane missing on side B, while the decoration of its remaining part is scraped off almost completely.No decoration on the neck. Deep crack from the beginning of the missing stephane down to the Krater's shoulder. Body pitted over entire surface, although side A is in better condition, with the exception of a gouge under the right arm of the left maenad. Incrustations around the chipped base. 2003.61.0009.jpg
47.6.1 Chips to rim and base. Some wearing of paintwork but enough remains. Large crack runs down the length of the body to foot. Some deposits. 2007.01.0060.jpg
73.9.2 Fragment. Handle covered in scratches and patches of wear, especially on left arm. At the bottom of the left arm of handle is a small chip with a white patch in the middle. Rim, and both inside and outside of fragment show more small scratches. Larger scratch diagonally down left, through black band directly beneath the ivy leaf. 2002.97.0212.jpg
78.12.21 Intact, upper right half of nozzle is missing, long hairline crack reaching down into the centre of the base from ths damage. Signs of use visible on nozzle. Fracture around the edge of the discus continuing along the nozzle to the wick hole. Brownish red wash is worn, large amount of white-grey deposit 2008.01.0038.jpg
E.62.19 Mirror missing. Large crack down one side of the handle and the 'spur' on the same side is also cracked.
E.62.41 Slight chip in lip and several small chips in the base. Two cracks starting at the top and terminating approximately halfway down. 2005.89.0040.jpg
E.62.48 Intact if only a fragment. The glyphs are still very clear, except one of the right hand side, the fourt glyph down, that has been rubbed away. There is also a white deposit at the bottom of the object on the right. Overall there has been very little degredation of the wood. 2007.01.0070.jpg
E.63.24 Three chips on the lip. Several defects all around the artefact, one has been filled in. Only a few of the defects are deep enough to show the inside of the pot: it is circular patch of grey discoloration approximately two-thirds of the way down. 2006.20.0091.jpg
E.63.5 Intact and complete, with a large crack half way down the body, and several chips missing from the base, a small crack originates here, the blue glaze is intact. 2002.98.0966.jpg
E.65.2 Intact and complete. The pot is covered with small, shallow scratches and small amounts of white deposit. There is also a large scratch going from the mouth down one side, accross the base, and terminating near the base on the other side. 2002.98.0128.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.30 Large wedge-shaped piece missing from rim down to body. Decoration has eroded slightly. Deposits inside.
REDMG:1953.25.102 Intact. Small scratch on top of lion's head, and cracks running from top of back, down through back right foot into base. Crack in front right foot. Front shows traces of white slip. Back shows areas of grey deposit on remaining white slip.
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:1953.25.98 Fragment broken off from a larger item. There is a large amount of white pigment remaining on the suface; this suggests that it was originally white in colour. The nose is quite short, perhaps because it has been worn down. 2003.93.0167.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.2003.6.22 Intact. Chipped all throughout. The white bands become indiscernable half way down the lacrymaterion.
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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