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There are 21 objects for which Decoration contains → 15
2007.9.2.15 Displays the head of a young man, profile facing left. (Box Index = The Knight Thorwaldsen). Tray 5, Layer 1, Gem 15
2009.10.2.143 Portrait in right profile of man in flat helmet (appears to be Hermes). Number 15.
2009.10.2.15 A man with a tail and a beard, sitting on a pile of stones holding out a bowl. Number 15
2009.10.2.225 Nude Aphrodite standing, holding her hair and accompanied by winged Eros holding an object Number 15
2009.10.2.83 Partially naked man standing, holding a harp. Number - 15
2009.8.161 A woman lying on her side with a swan on top of her. Leda and Zeus. Cast number: 15
2009.8.224 Profile of a woman in capite velato and a wreath in her hair, looking right. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 15
2009.8.71 Athena with a helmet, the aegis with the Gorgo Medusa head and a shield. Cast number: 15
2009.9.1 A woman wearing a long dress with a hood holding a spear. Cast number: 15
2009.9.180 Portrait of a woman with horns in her hair, the curls end in snake heads. Probably Medusa. Cast number: 15
2009.9.277 Profile of a man with wavy hair and a lions fur on his head, looking right. The top of his cloak can be seen. Probably Alexander the Great. Cast number: 15
2009.9.82 A naked winged child trying to catch a butterfly. Cast number: 15
26.12.21 A. 14 vertical wavy lines; below rim two rows of dots. B. Similar with 15 lines. Swastika under each handle. Side of foot reserved; underneath two black bands. Inside black. 2002.97.0254.jpg
26.2.32 Red painted designs on cream-buff slip on orange red clay. On the underside on the rim there are four .5 wide dashes at one side and a 2 horizontal bar at the other while on the underside body there are four red bands following the contours of the dish all between 1 and 3 apart. On the topside, from top to bottom are four verticle bars alternating with 9 dot rosettes on rim, of which survive from left to right two verticle lines, nine dots, four verticle lines, and nine dots before the fragment ends. On the top of the face of the dish itself is a ca. 1.5 broad red band and below this is a zone of lotus flowers and buds with a final 1 broad band below. 2003.46.0007.jpg
38.4.3 Black detail faded to brown on pale buff background. Interior of mouth has faded remains of a 0.6 cm thick black circular band. The rest of the interior is reserved. The lip has indications of one, possible two extremely narrow black bands around the circumference. The neck shows signs of either having a very thick black band or several narrow black bands painted closely together. On the shoulder there are two narrow bland bands, then an 1.5 cm area of cross hatching which is surrounded on both sides by a broad black band. The handles appear to have been painted in black on the top and side, and reserved underneath. The main body of the pyxis consists of two narrow brown bands separated by the reserve, then a black band, the pattern is repeated once to the base. The base itself has a black band which overlaps from the body, then two groups of concentric rings, three in the inner circle, and four in the outer circle. 2003.01.0004.jpg
49.8.10 Trefoil lip with black glossed rim, three narrow black glossed bands below. Three ducks in profile moving to the right. Underneath, broad black and red glossed striped band (approx. 1.5 cm wide); wings painted with black brush strokes on a red gloss, red beaks and black heads. Narrow black band on the junction of the foot with the body. Exterior of foot glazed black. Brown resting surface but reserved underside with white deposits. Blobs on the handle. 2003.93.0309.jpg
50.12.35 paint brownish black; interior reserved with one black band 0.8 cm wide, exterior black band 1.5 cm wide painted over a groove, below it, painted in black. 2003.98.0097.jpg
77.5.1.1-17 The interior is reserved (although covered with plaster on most of the fragments), apart from the upper parts of 13, 14 and 15, that are black (unevenly applied). 1) On the left, there is part of a naked male figure (thighs to toe), facing right and next to him there is the lowest part of another similar figure facing right. Below them, there is part of a black band. 2) There is part of the right part of the previous figure (chest to toe). On the right side of the fragment, there is a figure's forearms (projected to the left, the right hand holding a round object) and part of the right knee. 3) Part of a naked male figure, leaning to the left. Details with incisions and added red. 4) Part of a lions's paws and below it part of a broad, black band. 5) A male figure's thighs and part of a bird? (executed with incisions and added red). 6) The right part of the previous bird? and the right tibia of a male figure , facing left. 7) The thighs of a male figure facing right. On the left side of the fragment there is part of a black and red motif? 8) The upper part (chest to thighs) of a naked male figure, facing right. 9) Part of a male figure's thighs, facing right. 10) The previous figures lower part of legs and part of a black band. 11) The biggest part of a bird, executed with black, added red and incisions. 12) On the left, there is the rest of the previous bird. Next there is the lower part of a lion, executed with black, addeed red and incisions. Behind the lion, there is the lower part of another male figure (chest to feet), facing left and behind him there is part of a bird. 13) The upper part of a satyr (head to thighs), facing right. His hair and beard have been rendered in added red. 14) The lower part of the satyr, chasing a maenad on the right (her right leg is only visible). The details of her drapery are in red and her tibia is white. 15) The left left of the running maenad. On the right, another satyr chasing a maenad (lower part of the figures is visible). 16) Part of a broad, black band. 17. Bit of plaster. 2005.91.0037.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.3 Each handle is dipped, so that it is black only at the outer part. Interior: black with three red bands, one on the floor, one ca. 1.5 cm below the rim, and one on the rim. Exterior: two red lines; band of vertical bars, black band between two black lines, red band, black band between two black lines, red band around foot. Red band on resting surface; black band and thinned black circle near on underside. 2004.99.0355.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.7 Fragment from the central part of a bowl. Interior brown, with three pairs of white lines beginning about 1.5 from the top, 3.0 from the top, and 4.0 from the top. Under the second set of lines, are three white tear drop shapes that used to surround the center. Exterior white with pattern of alternating red and yellow/brown lines .2 to .8 apart.
TEMP.2003.8.1 (a)Part of the rim of an open jug of some sort. The inside segment of the rim is painted black, with numerous small bits having been chipped off. Moving outwards, the rim consists of the inside of the pot wall, which then splays out in a flat top rim, and then falls down again in a second wall that is left dangling from the outer rim. So, moving from the inside outwards on the underside, there is a valley of about 1.0 wide and 1.5 deep until the top of the second rim (which is peaked) is reached. The outward facing side of this downward pointed rim consists of alternating lines of black dots and thin black lines which run around the entire outer diameter of the rim. There are two rows of dots and two lines, alternating which each other, all of which are heavily worn. The top part of the rim, which would be facing upwards if the pot were complete, is about 2.2 wide and flat, marked with black raised lines that repeat about every .3 and which start at the outer edge and are 1.7 long, and painted black. These lines are heavily worn. There are also two significant chips in the top of this rim, each about 2 long. (b)Another part of the same rim to the same vessel. The same dot and line pattern runs around the outer diameter. On top the lines which are thicker at the end pointing into the pot are repeated, a palmette decorates the larger flat area of the handle region.
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