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There are 3 objects for which Decoration contains → alone
26.2.64 Exterior creamy ground white with a pattern of nearly parallel brown curves that get increasingly shorter, creating a pie slice shape (perhaps the folds of skin on the neck of a bull, fracing right), along with part of a lower eyelid. Interior black with a red line alone one edge. Right above the red line is a white line. There are also a few other splotches of white, probably white outline of lotus flower (or two) with a red centre. 2013.04.0152.jpg
35.5.4-5 Inside, 8, meander border, part of head and shoulder of a woman wearing saccos, chiton (a very small part of the neck border alone remains), and himation; 9, bottom of himation with one foot. Outside, surface destroyed, leaving only a tiny piece of tendril. Relief contour for foot; relief lines for ear, saccos, folds, and ankle; thinned brown glaze for bottom edge of himation and line of dots ornamenting saccos. 2003.21.0091.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.4 Five sided fragment. Exterior white with a pattern of parallel brown curves that get increasingly shorter, creating a pie slice shape. Interior black with a red line alone one edge. Right above the red line is a white line. There are also a few other splotches of white.
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