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There are 24 objects for which Condition contains → five
2004.8.1 Single, five sided fragment, with two sides rough to the touch. Exterior black glaze weathered in areas across the decorated surface. Interior black glaze slightly faded in the centre. 2006.20.0564.jpg
2004.8.3 Single fragment of four sides (kite shaped). The reserved background has an incision (L. 1.6) which cuts into the sixth palmette. Five palmettes are partially faded in colour. On the reverse of the fragment, the black paint has been eroded along the edges of breakage.
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
2004.8.6 Single, four sided fragment, roughly broken on three sides. The black paint on the rim itself has been worn in patches, but the thick black band around the rim has preserved its colour and paint. The reserved background has surface scratces and is worn in places. The reverse of the fragmnent is black in colour with five minute chips to the surface paint. 2006.20.0572.jpg
2008.7.114 Rim fragment broken on five sides; interior: pencil marks "KS45", pen marks "[Theta symbol] IV-V"
2008.7.116 Fragment broken on five sides with a small piece of rim as one fo the sides; interior: "1931" "K 5.5-5" "[Theta symbol] IV-V" written in pen
2008.7.13 Fragment broken on five sides, glaze worn off towards one edge and badly chipped surface
2008.7.16 Fragment broken on five edges very scratched and worn glaze, edges are worn smooth
2008.7.191 Fragment broken on five sides. Exterior: faded decoration.
2008.7.196 Larger fragment broken on five sides has had a smaller fragment broken on four sides glued to it previously
2008.7.4 Fragment broken on five sides glaze chipped and dirty (explain what sort of dirt) on interior.
2008.7.6 Fragment broken on five sides scratches and faded glaze.
2016.5.2 Five repaired cracks on the body. Gray mastice on part of the rim. Wearing of reddish painting on the body and base of the vase. Wearing of black painting on the handles.
26.12.2A-B Base is comprised of five pieces, rejoined. Chips from rim. Lid has large chip from edge. Paint on both parts has faded. 2003.06.0096.jpg
26.7.2 The vessel consists of two pieces and is repaired. The stem and part of the body are joined together. There are five bits missing from the rim and upper body, as well as bits from the joining parts, where there is also a gouge. In few spots the colour has been peeled off (body of bull, handles). 2003.09.0004.jpg
45.10.5 Comprised of nine rejoined fragments and nine loose fragments, one of which shows the head and shoulders of a youth, badly damaged in fire. Five pieces were badly damaged when it was found in 1979 - more detailed in Ure inventory. Underside has been repainted. Exterior surface design is in remarkably good condition considering the damage done to the interior surface. Stem remains but the foot is completely missing. 2011.98.0040.jpg
51.4.2 Five fragments of the rim have been pitted off, ca. 5 smaller ones from the interior of the neck and one from the body. 2007.01.0153.jpg
52.3.3 Incomplete but cleaned and restored at the Ashmolean by Rickard. Body is compiled of fragments with missing parts filled in with plaster. Five separate unattached fragments. Large chip from foot. Neck, mouth and rim are largely restored but some loose fragments remain. Ruddled areas worn and black paint is scratched. 2003.95.0050.jpg
73.9.4 Single, five sided fragment, with surface scratches and patches of wear, especially on the figure of the dog/goat. Through the black band and circle are patches of red showing through the black glaze. White deposits visible on the reverse of the fragment. 2002.97.0214.jpg
REDMG:1947.13.1 The mouth has been repaired from five or more fragments, each handle from three fragments (with some parts missing and restored on the left handle). The body is reconstructed from 15 or more fragments and the foot has been restored in wood. There is a hole (perhaps original). In the base. Slightly chipped on the mouth, pitted, and scratched; traces of white plaster on the external surface, while the interior and bottom are covered with plaster. Faded decoration in patches. 2005.90.0016.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.40 Comprised of five rejoined pieces, missing only a small chip from the rim; grayish-white deposits on rim, under handle, and resting surface. 2003.97.0324.jpg
REDMG:1997.209.1 Comprised of five or more rejoined fragments, repaired with plaster on the neck and left side of body; chipped, especially on the rim; surface darkened (stained) and dulled with grey deposits. 2004.99.0974.jpg
REDMG:1997.209.4 Comprised of five or more rejoined pieces, scratched and stained on the surface, eroded in places, and repainted on the handle (where the paint is peeling off). 2004.99.0919.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.2 Five fragments remain in two pieces (one has three rejoined and the other has two). Paint remains clear enough to see the picture. Glaze is streaky inside but silvery on the outside.
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