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There are 17 objects for which Decoration contains → 22
2009.10.2.150 Naked figure of a man in cloak with scepter. Number 22.
2009.10.2.22 Ornate woman sitting on throne wearing crown and holding scepter . In the background there is a symbol of an S, perhaps delta. Number 22
2009.10.2.232 Semi-nude female figure with drapery around her waist, seated on a rock with a basket and two winged children, holding a ? fishing rod in her right hand with an inscription Number 22
2009.10.2.366 Bellerophon flying on Pegasus, fighting the Chimaera number 22
2009.10.2.90 A view of the left side of a naked man sitting and holding a stick in his right hand. Gem cast number - 22
2009.8.168 A woman with a spear riding on an eagle, stars are above her head. Eagle is probably Zeus. Cast number: 22
2009.8.231 Profile of a man with short wavy hair, looking right. Cast number: 22
2009.8.78 Cupid. A naked child with wings holding a bunch of flowers. Arrow and bow lie on the bottom. Cast number: 22
2009.9.187 A woman wearing a dress, dancing. Cast number: 22
2009.9.284 Profile of a young man with a ribbon in his wavy hair, looking right. Cast number: 22
2009.9.8 A woman holding a basket in her left hand, offering some kind of vessel to the naked winged child in the middle or the man on the right. The man and the woman are wearing what looks like a crown. The man is offering a ball or a fruit to the woman and holding a stick in his left hand. Cast number: 22
2009.9.89 A naked winged child trying to escape a goose or duck. Cast number: 22
26.2.52 Above, tongues. Below, hind part of goat or deer to left, field rosettes of a late type with parallel incised lines covering most of the disk and one or two at right angles to these in the remaining small sector (in the rosette under the goat's leg, scarcely discernible on Pl. 22). Dull black, with applied red for animal's rump and upper part of leg, on whitish buff. 2005.02.0494.jpg
34.10.18 Satyr, seated in chair. Completely hollow from bottom. Back slightly curved, traces of white slip. Front, red on white. Paper no. 22 on back. 2002.97.0441.jpg
35.5.15-19 Inside, 20b, meander border broken by cross, small piece of drapery. Outside, 19, two males in himatia facing, standing by a cushioned stool; hanging on the wall a shield and sheathed sword; 20a, tendril and corner of drapery; 21, tendril and part of himation; 22 and 23, bits of himation. No relief contour; brown for border of himation on 12 and 22, markings on seat of stool, cushion, and sword sheath. 2003.21.0096.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.23 Mouth black outside; reserved neck; black on exterior of handle; band of black vertical bars above band of black rays on shoulder. Body (at front, only): black line; two rows of black dots alternating with white dots; two black lines; figural scene. Body, below: black band, black line, broad black band, black line, black to foot and on top of foot; black band on lower part of concave element; otherwise reserved. Figural scene depicts a male figure wrestling a bull. The figures are flanked by trees with black and white fruits and thin vines. The hero’s clothes hang on the left tree and his quiver hangs above him. While this scene might depict either Herakles with the Cretan bull or Theseus with the (same) bull of Marathon, the incisions on the head covering (slightly stippled) suggest that this is a schematic rendering of Herakles’ lion-scalp helmet. Added white is used for the rendering of details such as fruit on trees, as well as the forepart of the bull, and his tail, while incision is used to indicate the drapery, quiver, and musculature of the hero, as well as his head covering. On attribution, cf. CVA Cambridge 1, pls. 22, 21. 2005.99.0080.jpg
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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