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There are 5 objects for which Condition contains → ear
26.7.7 Comprised of two rejoined pieces; join still visible across the back and belly, crack running from right ear to join. Body covered by white and grey depoit, feet are brown and shiny. 2011.98.0121.jpg
47.2.33 Intact, but bottom of nose missing and right ear more worn than left. Some chipping on the lower body. Some concretion to back around arms and tambourine. 2007.99.0126.jpg
47.2.34 Similar in shape and attitude to 47.2.32 and 47.2.33. Intact, although in the worst condition of this group. Nose chipped, right hand ear worn. Concretion on face, back and right hand side. 2005.81.0025.jpg
50.4.22 Clay is suffering from corrosion, many deposits over surface. Detail lost on some of the features of the ram. Part of left ear broken. Handle broken and rejoined. 2003.92.0306.jpg
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
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