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There are 11 objects for which Decoration contains → alternate
2008.7.34 Exterior glazed black overpainted by five horizontal parallel lines on the bottom half of the fragment. Three are brown, two are beige. The colors alternate. Interior glazed black.
25.8.5 The handle is black with a reserved line at the foot of each tier. The surface of the lid shows alternate palmettes and lotuses, four of each, joined by tendrils. Towards the edge of the lip is a thin black line, with a thicker one outside it that goes right to the edge of the rim. The underside of the lid is reserved. 2002.97.0271.jpg
26.2.80 On flat top of mouth, tongues framed by incisions, every alternate one left black, the others red and white alternately. On shoulder, similar tongues similarly arranged. Inside streaky brownish black. 2013.04.0185.jpg
26.2.91 Outside, on red slip, breast and wing of siren or bird with neck and breast reserved, red for base of near wing, body black below it, black for outspread far wing with alternate red and black, marked off by incisions, for wing featers; rosette with two incised circles at centre and applied red on centre and each petal. Inside black. 2013.04.0213.jpg
27.4.11 The interior is black, but reserved at the bottom of the bowl. There is a red line around the lip. The body is decorated with figural scenes. A: Two sphinxes. B: A female figure (Artemis or 'Mistress of animals'?) between two lions (alternate stripes of white and red indicate the ribs and hindquarters of the lions). Beneath each handle stands a water bird (swan?) facing to the right. Rosettes and rows of dots in the field. Below the figural zone are two red lines, then a black band, a frieze of narrow black rays (slightly overlapping the black band above). The ring foot is black on the exterior and resting surface. The central part of the underside is decorated with a black dot at centre, surrounded by a black dircle and, farther out, a red circle. White is used on parts of the lions, necks and breasts of sphinxes and woman, and parts of the wings of birds. 2003.15.0001.jpg
37.11.1 Black, partly fired to brick-red, on brownish-buff. On mouth and shoulder daisy pattern; on handle three bands of vertical zigzags. Main zone: scales, drawn with parallel incised lines with red teardrops occupying angle in alternate rows. Two bands below, then tongues. Base shows one band and a dot in the centre. 2003.32.0002.jpg
39.9.3 Black exterior, except the inner side and beneath handles. Black interior, with gorgoneion framed with red line. The hair of the Gorgon is black and red alternate and the tongue is red. Stem has a red band around it. Foot is reserved on outside with a black band on inside. Base is raised and reserved with black dot and circle in centre. 2013.99.0050.jpg
49.8.9 Rim: There are three narrow, black bands (on a reserved area) between two thicker ones. The side of the rim, the neck and the underside of the handle are all reserved, however there are parallel horizontal bands framed by two thinner vertical lines on the back of the handle. The shoulder is decorated with black tongues. The body is covered with a scale-like motif and each of the scales is rendered with two incised lines at the edge. Additionally, each alternate column has a large purple dot and the columns between have a very small, incised dot. Above and below the scales there are two, broad, black bands, separated by reserved lines. The lower part of the body towards the foot is decorated with tongues (radial-shaped motif). The foot and the base and underside are reserved.
56.8.7 Interior glazed. On top, curved surface, are tongues which alternate black and white, the black ones also framed by black lines. The underside of the rim is black fired reddish brown. Thick stem and wide, with a plastic ring to the joint with the base. Flat base, curving upwards. Resting surface and concave base both reserved. 2008.98.0308.jpg
83.9.35 One side has a single flower on it. If you are looking at the fragment with the flower at the bottom, then above that there is a band which has up-side-down 'U' shapes inside it. The other side seems to have alternate black and terracotta strips on it. One of the terracotta strips appears to be indented. 2006.20.0055.jpg
REDMG:1951.148 Black interior, handles, neck and body except for decoration in panels (black figure in neck panels; red figure in body panels). Upper surface of rim decorated with ivy spray, with 3-dot clusters between ivy leaves; palmettes on tops of handles; ivy spray on lip, with palmettes at tops of handles; wave pattern to right on overhanging lip. Neck panels decorated with double ivy spray, on which 8-dot clusters alternate with leaves. Body panels bordered by rays (above), double rows of dots between black lines (sides), and band of stopt meander (4) alternating with dotted cross-in-square (1) (below). A: Youth wearing hairband, short-sleeved, belted chiton, and mid-calf boots, stands in 3/4-view to the right; he holds a pair of spears upright in his right hand and a wreath in his left hand, held slightly ahead of him; a chlamys is draped over his bent left arm. A warrior is seated 3/4-view to left, on a curvilinear seat (stones?). He is dressed identically to the youth, although with a plumed conical helmet. He holds a large phiale in his outstretched right hand, and his pair of spears in his upraised left hand. Behind him stands a woman in 3/4-view to the left. She wears a belted, sleeveless chiton, a kekryphylon (hair), pearl earrings, a beaded necklace, two bracelets on each wrist, and holds a fillet in her outstretched right hand and a situla in her lowered left hand. In the field above the figures are a four-petal rosette between two boucrania. B: Three draped youths in conversation, the middle one, standing profile to left, leans on a staff with his outstretched right hand; the other two youths face him. Halteres in upper left field and and bull’s-eye in upper right field. Much of the interior and side B are misfired orange. 2003.93.0266.jpg
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