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11.10.3 Squatting satyr, with large phallus, hands across stomach. Whitish/pale yellow clay, with traces of pinkish-red slip all over. Back not moulded. Resting surface curved in a horseshoe shape. Facial features mostly distinguishable. Satyr wears an angry expression. 2002.97.0761.jpg
13.10.11.10 Incised pattern of parallel lines enclosing dots, between these features are undulating lines. There is also an incision around the girth of the bead. 2002.98.0170.jpg
13.10.11.16 Parallel zigzag lines incised on both the bottom and top sides of the bead as well as an incision of one line around the girth of the bead and around each end of the piercing.
13.10.11.3 Spherical bead with an incision around the girth, and parallel lines of 2 or 3 incisions either side of the girth. DSCN0189.jpg
13.10.37 Red wash and some added clay. A dot on the left hand side of the head may be an earring or ear, one on the neck part of a neacklace. 2005.02.0194.jpg
14.9.110B Feeder but with no lid or strainer. Body is black inside and out. The side of the foot ring is grooved and black in patches. The base is flat and reserved around the edge but reddened in the most part with an irregular brown ring in the centre. 2003.97.0480.jpg
14.9.42 Pinkish-buff clay. Exterior surface has poor, dull black paint in a pattern of three linked spirals between broad bands. Interior surface is reserved except for an irregular streak of red top to bottom. No finished edges. 2003.01.0097.jpg
14.9.78 Design in black indicates hind leg of a quadruped, (boar?) To the right of this is an area of black on the right and bottom edge of the fragment, with thin red lines at right angles to this. 2003.46.0069.jpg
14.9.86 Interior black as is handle on top although it is reserved underneath. The design appears to the right of existing handle, and is of a satyr, facing right, with horn in thinned paint. To his right is an eye pattern. Detail is incised. 2003.65.0007.jpg
20.4.1 Resting surface black, base black with cushion mouldings. Inside, remains of an incised pattern showing part of an outer zone of tongues from a double (or triple) rosette. 2003.30.0097.jpg
2002.10.2.1 Head and shoulders of an elderly man facing left
2003.7.18 Part of a base of a bowl/jar. Interior is painted in bla, Exterior: bottom of body, side of rim on base and inside of rim on base is painted in black. Then the underside has a broad band of white, and an inner circle of red/dark brown paint. 2007.03.1214.jpg
2003.7.21 Single rim fragment of an open vessel. The interior is black. Exterior: rim white, between two rows of black dots; two black lines in the middle, with black squares between them. 2007.03.1206.jpg
2003.7.23 Possibly part of the top of a bowl/jar due to the smooth edge at the top. The interior is painted black, and has a smooth texture like the exterior. The exterior has a wide band of white painted on, with a few black marks painted on which are possibly horizontal lines and small blacks squares - similar to other Laconian fragments. Underneath the white is a narrow band of dark red, then an area of black. 2007.03.1200.jpg
2003.7.24 Possibly the top of a jar/bowl due to the smooth edge at the top and way it is curved at the middle. The interior is painted black, with a smooth surface similar to the exterior. The exterior is half painted in white, with narrow, parellel lines of black dots or bands, and a black square inbetween two black lines. There is a line of dark red below this, followed by an overlap of white then a black area. 2007.03.1197.jpg
2003.7.26 Probably part of a jar due to the way the bottom of the fragment juts out at an angle - possibly the body of the jar. The interior is painted black/dark red, although most has rubbed off. The top half of the exterior has been painted white (barely visible), with parallel lines of small black dots, and black squares in between these two lines. The rest of the fragment is painted black. 2007.03.1192.jpg
2003.8.66 Rim of an open vessel, two grooves and rounded, overlapping body.
2005.3.22 Incised decoration, probably part of an image rather than a pattern, added black or red
2005.3.23 Incisions and added black, probably part of an image rather than a pattern
2005.3.28A-B A: Whitish slip with bands of decoration, zigzags in added red and straight lines in brown. Interior has a wide band of red at rim, rest is white slip, possibilty of an interior ornament, circular shape in red visible at edge of fragment. B: exterior and interior same as A.
2006.12.15 One half of outside is grey lines on a white surface, in an unidentifiable pattern; Other half is hatched grey lines on white paint with brown spots in centre and red band just visible at very edge of fragment; all decoration appear faded 2007.30.0050.jpg
2006.12.39 painted brown geometric design with bands that could be concentric circles, chequers and what could be an eye shape 2007.03.0949.jpg
2006.12.44 Three brown painted bands with two lines joining them at right angle, with two small lines at right angle at edge of fragment, possibly an animal's leg 2007.03.0946.jpg
2006.12.46 Red/brown decoration with two parallel lines. Above this is what seems to be a leg of an animal, probably a duck or goose. The division of the foot into two toes is indicative of the geometric style. 2007.03.0938.jpg
2006.12.50 Largely black and white with brown and orange rings. Part of a figure pattern is visible, but not enough to make an analysis 2007.03.0507.jpg
2007.1.2A Soldier with an Attic helmet, holding a cape over his left arm. 2007.7.0002.jpg
2007.10.1.20 Man standing with stick in his right hand and an animal like a scorpion in his left. Cast Number 84
2007.10.2.118 Figure of a naked man touching the skull of an animal which is sitting on top of a column.
2007.10.2.126 Male nude. Profile facing left. The man is sitting down and resting his head on his right hand. He his carrying a sward. On the left side there is an inscription in Greek letters.
2007.10.2.130 Ox facing right. There is an inscription in Greek caracters above the figure.
2007.10.2.143 Female head, profile facing right, elaborate hair stye, possibly with a hair band containing a jewel, near the head is an ear of corn or grain.
2007.10.2.144 Two figures, male and female. Man is standing and is holding shield and sword, naked except for a clothe covering his loins. Woman sitting, naked with a tunic very loosely wrapped round her, holding an object (?)
2007.10.2.147 3 male figures, and a cow. All warriors with shields and armour, the predominent figure bringing cow to an altar, carrying a vessel or bowl.
2007.10.2.151 Young male trying to push away an enormous rock on the left. His cape is risen by the air revealing his naked body tense in the muscular effort.
2007.10.2.154 Warrior on horse-back. He is carrying a long spear and an oval shield and wears a cape. The horse is standing on its two back legs.
2007.10.2.160 Marriage scene. The young wife, wearing a veil over her head, gives her hand to a young man standing in front of her. An older woman, her mother, is accompanying her.
2007.10.2.179 Male head, profile facing right with an unusual hair style
2007.10.2.204 A woman with an elaborate head piece, holding a flag (?)
2007.10.2.210 A naked man kneeling, reaching towards an object on the ground
2007.10.2.213 A naked man pushing an large object uphill
2007.10.2.222 Bust of male in profile facing the right wearing a helmet. Helmet decorated with an animal, possibly a big cat (lion etc).
2007.10.2.223 Standing naked male figure. Looking at what appears to be a small statue. Something has been placed at the foot of the statue, possibly an offering of some description. Detail too shallow to identify.
2007.10.2.237 A group of figures. The centre of the cast is a male figure who appears to be dressed in armour (helmet, shield, and cuirass). He appears to be standing on the deck of a ship. The figure is presenting or showing the head of a bull to a second figure (female) who appears to standing on the quay of a harbour. On the far right of the cast (behind the central male figure) is a second soldier. The scene possibly portrays an encounter between Theseus and Ariadne after the killing of the Minotaur.
2007.10.2.241 Single figure of a young winged (male) child holding a bow and club in his left hand, the club rests over his shoulder. His quivver is possibly depicted on the ground at his feet. The figure is presumably Eros or Cupid, although the club is an unusual addition (possibly indicating the imitation of Herakles, as in examples found at Pompeii).
2007.10.2.242 A tall and slender female figure carrying a bow and depicted with a stag, possibly identifying the figure as Artemis. The unusual dress might suggest that the gem showed an unknown female depicted as Artemis.
2007.10.2.245 A bearded, muscular, and semi-naked seated figure. His clothing is possibly an animal skin (paws seem to be apparent). He appears to be resting as his right arm rests on his knee and his right hand supports his bowed head. He is also holding an unidentified object in his right hand which also rests against his leg. His other hand appears to be holding a further (unidentified) object which rests across his lap. A club rests against his left thigh in the foreground of the scene. There is either a bull or cow depicted by the figure's right leg at the bottom-left of the scene. The figure shown is almost certainly Herakles, possibly resting after one his labours (herding the cattle of Geryon?).
2007.10.2.247 A bearded, extremely muscular, and semi-naked male figure standing and facing to the left. He has a cloak tied at the neck and carries a club in his left hand. His right arm is raised and he is holding an (unidentified) object in his right hand. The figure is almost certainly Herakles.
2007.10.2.254 Bust of an older male figure in high relief. He has a philosopher's beard and curly hair. His high forehead might indicate that he is balding. Clothing is evident draped over his left shoulder.
2007.10.2.260 (A fraction of a gem) a pair of legs are shown with an ancient Greek inscription to the left of them.
2007.10.2.267 The profile of an eagle facing to the left, there is a Greek inscription just below its open beak.
2007.10.2.282 Bust of a man facing to the left, he has pointed ears an a smile on his face, possibly has horns as well, could be a faun.
2007.10.2.283 Profile of a bearded man facing to the right, possibly Zeus with an ancient Greek inscription on his right side.
2007.10.2.297 Naked male figure facing to the right and carrying, or struggling with, an animal (possibly a goat).
2007.10.2.305 A male figure stands over another figure, prostrate on the ground. The standing figure (probably male) is dressed in a cloak and tunic and holds a blade or scythe in his right hand. The standing figure appears to be holding the decapitated head of the second figure in his left hand. Behind the figure prostrate on the ground is an ox whose front legs are raised from the ground. To the right of the cast a tree or bush is depicted with a large bird (possibly a peacock) perched on one of its branches. At the centre of the cast there is what appears to be a standard or post with two serpents coiled about it. The serpent's heads face each other at the top of the post.
2007.10.2.307 A bearded male figure crouches before a large handled urn. The urn is decorated with a simple line pattern. The figure appears to be holding a small hammer in his right hand, which he is possibly in the process of using (his gaze/concentration appears fixed upon it). To the far right of cast a tree is depicted, perhaps to simply denote the scene is an exterior one (rural rather than urban might also be suggested).
2007.10.2.346 At first sight, what appears to be a dual profile of a bearded man and an elephant with their heads attached but facing in opposite directions. At the tip of the elephant's trunk there is a scorpion. When the cast is turned 90 degrees anti-clockwise, there appears to be a second male profile, facing to the right and wearing a hat.
2007.10.2.354 A woman sitting on an elaborate chair, possibly a throne. There are two heads 'decorating' the backrest of the chair, and the woman's head is surrounded by stars.
2007.10.2.357 A sea monster with the torso and head of a woman and many legs, possibly in the form of snakes, with wild beasts emerging from her body. She's carrying an oar like a weapon. There's a person tangled in her tentacle-like legs. She could be a representation of Scylla.
2007.10.2.361 Hephaistos, Aphrodite and Eros. Hephaistos is using an anvil and Aphrodite is in the middle holding a trident and Eros is holding her other hand. By Aphrodite's side is a shield with a face protruding out of it.
2007.10.2.5 Displays a full body profile of a man standing wearing only briefs, holding a stick over his left shoulder and holding a head of an animal on his right hand
2007.10.2.502 Cast is made concave, has the image of possibly outline of a temples fround, with wreath at the top of the arch. There is a figure inside, holding a bow in its left hand and possibly reaching for an arrow from its back with its right hand. This is possibly Apollo.
2007.10.2.55 Bearded male head facing forward. Below the head appears to be two flaming torches. Four cherubs (?) frame the hair, with the top two looking like they're putting a crown on the head. There is an inscription, in Greek, on either side of the head.
2007.10.2.67 An animal, probably a lion.
2007.10.2.69 A discobolus (discus thrower) with an inscription in Greek to his left.
2007.10.2.72 An infant trying on the helmet of a warrior.
2007.10.2.77 An animal, probably a wolf.
2007.10.2.82 Naked male figured dancing with a spear. A vase lies at his feet and it looks like there is an animal skin draped over his arm.
2007.10.2.84 Naked female crouching infront of an amphora, getting undressed. She's looks like she's washing.
2007.10.2.9 Stag with an arrow through its head
2007.10.2.92 Bearded male sitting on a grand looking chair, possibly a throne. He holds a tall stick in one hand and some sort of disk in the other. By his feet is an animal.
2007.10.2.95 Male figure leaning against a wall. Some sort of bird, possibly an eagle, is pecking from his hand.
2007.10.2.96 Naked male figure sitting/leaning against an inscribed chest. In one hand he holds a small pointed stick/dagger and in the other he holds what looks to be a model warrior. Over his arm is draped a cloak.
2007.10.2.97 2 figures, 1 of which appears to be half man and half snake. The hybrid seems to be carrying the other figure. To the left is an inscription.
2007.4.71 Scraps of red-brown paint show a decoration was present, but is too unclear to make an identification of what it was 2007.03.0669.jpg
2007.7.1A-S Rim (A-D) has tongues on the top, a design with dots and traigular shapes on the sides, with palmettes below; Side A (H-K) shows a symposion, with a bearded man (Dionysos?) and possibly the hoof of a satyr; Side B (L-N) shows a battle. A, B, C: Rim with tongues, side design and palmettes below; D: Rim with tongues and side design, no palmettes below; E: Fragment from just below the rim with the palmette design; F: Fragment from below the rim, all black with part of a palmette on the lower left; G: Black on both sides; H: Head and shoulders of a bearded man(Dionysos?) with the circle and triangular motif running vertically on the right; I: Arm and torso of the bearded man on the upper part, on the lower part there is another object which could be his couch; J: Left half is black, right half contains an unclear section of the symposion scene; K: Drapery, most likely from the symposion scene, with a drinking horn in the lower right corner and possibly the hoof of a satyr; L: Top half of the battle scene, with a nude man holding a spear, and probably a tree running vertically along the left side. The scene is bounded by the circle and triangle design; M: Lower half of L, with the lower body of the nude man, drapery on the left side; N: Leg of the nude man, with the lower part of the tree running vertically on the left; O-P: Plain black; Q: Black, with part of the circle and triangle design; R: Black, with part of a design on the top; S: Base, tongue design
2007.9.1.100 Displays a hieroglyphic style human figure holding an ankh.
2007.9.1.104 Displays a human form carrying a staff, either a god with large ears, or a human wearing an elaborate headdress. Two hieroglyphs on the right.
2007.9.1.106 Displays an early modern style insignia, with a double wing-like decoration underneath.
2007.9.1.108 Display an early modern style image of a dragon with a curled tail and outstretched wings stnading on an object which may well be a crown of sorts. Surrounded by a border with a Latin phrase.
2007.9.1.109 Displays an early modern style crest with a flourished border and a simple chessboard design on the main body.
2007.9.1.111 Displays an early modern style crest divided into four sections, each bearing symbols. It is surrounded by a border with writing around it, but due to the gothic style lettering and poor quality of the cast, it is unreadble.
2007.9.1.112 Displays an early modern style crest divided into three sections, one being the left half of the crest and bearing a lion surrounded by three crosses. The crest is topped with a large crown.
2007.9.1.113 Displays an early modern style crown with a number of large feathers emerging from the top, and from these, a bird's claw appears. It is surrounded by a border with latin written on it.
2007.9.1.114 Displays an early modern style crest divided into three sections, the whole right hand side showing a lion surrounded by three crosses. Four more images on lions appear on the left hand side. The crest is topped by a large crown.
2007.9.1.115 Displays an early modern style crest divided into four sections, each bearing symbols, the same as those in 2007.9.1.111. It is surrounded by a border with writing around it.
2007.9.1.18 Displaying three figures, the two foremost of which, a man carrying a shield and an almost naked figure with their back to us, appear to be struggling.
2007.9.1.24 Displaying the head of an older, bearded man, profile facing left.
2007.9.1.29 Displays a coin depicting a large bird, possibly an eagle, with unrecognisable writing around the outside.
2007.9.1.30 Displays an eagle in flight over what appears to be a dead animal on an altar or podium.
2007.9.1.47 Displays a young naked man kneeling with his head bowed, facing left, and holding out and object, possibly an animal.
2007.9.1.54 Displays a kneeling human figure holding a bird in their hand, and with the other arm possibly around an animal.
2007.9.1.66 Displays the figure of an eagle holding a wreath in its claws.
2007.9.1.70 Displays an ant, with the letters C on the left side and A on the right.
2007.9.1.77 Displays a poorly defined human figure kneeling and bending over an unrecognisable object.
2007.9.1.78 Displays a winged human figure holding a thin, curled object in his left hand, and an animal, possibly a dog, lying by his right foot.
2007.9.1.83 Displays a crane or similar bird standing next to an altar or pedestal surrounded by a few plants.
2007.9.1.98 Displays an image of Thoth holding the eye of Horus on possibly an amulet of some kind(?).
2007.9.1.99 Displays a scarab beetle and an Egyptian god, possibly Sobek, but the quality of too poor to tell properly.
2007.9.2.26 Displays the head of a woman with an elaborate, bound-up hairstyle, profile facing right. (Box Index = Head of "Beneficenza" in the deposit of St. Maria Cristina in Vienna).
2007.9.2.5 Displays four human figures. From left to right: a man with his head bowed and a hammer raised in his right hand, whilst holding a spear or an arrow in his left; a seated woman, her head turned away to the right, holding an arrow in her right hand, pointed down into a bowl she is holding in her left; a cherub, holding a long pole, his left arm outstretched and looking upwards at the figure behind him; a naked man wearing a helmet and holding a bundle of cloth and an arrow, and looking down at the cherub. (Box Index = Vulcan, Venus, Cupid, and Mars).Tray 5, Layer 1, gem 5
2007.9.3.134 Animal suckling an infant. Possibly the she-wolf with either Romulus or Remus.
2007.9.3.22 Displays a seated man wearing a cloak, inspecting an object resting on his lap.
2007.9.3.32 Four male figures; One kneeling, two standing and one seated. The kneeling figure is holding a bowl, possibly an offering. The standing male on the left looks to be holding a flaming torch.
2007.9.3.34 The shepherd Faustolus finding Romulus and Remus with the she-wolf. To the right is an olive tree.
2007.9.3.45 A large man wearing Greek attire and a beard, sacrificing a female infront of another female. Possibly the depiction of Agamemnon sacrificing Iphigenia, his daughter, infront of Clytemnestra (carrying an axe).
2007.9.3.46 An L-shaped structure with a man falling from the top. To the left it looks like there are 2 ladders.
2007.9.3.47 Naked male figure - an athlete carrying a discus in his right hand.
2007.9.3.55 Child, probably a slave, pouring water(?) from an amphora onto an older man's feet. There is also a column to the right of the slave.
2007.9.3.59 Male figure riding an eagle.
2007.9.3.61 Male and female figure standing together holding hands. Look to be holding an offering of a plant. Perhaps a marriage.
2008.2.1.102 Profile view of a short haired man facing to the right. Under the profile is a spherical helmet and two daggers on either side. Under the helmet is an inscription: (L or E)ID MAR.
2008.2.1.105 Profile bust of a Female wearing head wear, with an ornate hair style and head band.
2008.2.1.107 Left profile view of an older male figure, with a laurel wreath.
2008.2.1.109 Left profile view of an older male, with short curly hair and a short beard.
2008.2.1.20 Two figures with an animal between them. The figure on the right appears to be standing on a platform above a wheel. Possibly being pulled along by the animal.
2008.2.1.29 Hercules wrestling an animal, possibly the bull from his seventh labour.
2008.2.1.40 A small winged figure (probably male) with a quivver upon its back. The figure is seated, upon what appears to be an upturned helmet, and is facing to the left.
2008.2.1.42 Two small winged and naked male figures. They appear to be fighting. One figure is on its knees on the ground an arm raised to protect its head, which the other figure (to the left) is striking.
2008.2.1.58 A male figure standing on one leg, possibly dancing. His arms are outstretched, over his right arm there is an animal skin and in his left hand he is holding an elaborate staff. His head is thrown back against his left shoulder.
2008.2.1.59 Profile of a female facing to the right, her hair is tied up in an elaborate style.
2008.2.1.60 Three male figures, the left male figure is playing the flute and the middle male figure is playing the lyre whilst seated. The figure on the far right is standing under a tree and restraining an animal, possibly a sheep.
2008.2.1.65 A group of six figures. In the centre of the image are three figures, an older male figure who is seated; there is a female figure to either side of him. The female figure to the left is embracing the seated male. To the left of this central group is a young man holding the reins of a horse, which is on the extreme left of the image. To the extreme right of the image are two elderly male figures standing in the background. There is a temple in the background.
2008.2.1.66 Bust of a male figure facing to the right. Over the figure's right shoulder is a shield with an image of a Medusa upon it. A spear is visible over the figure's left shoulder. Upon the figure's head is a helmet decorated with a griffin.
2008.2.1.74 To the left of the scene is a semi-naked male figure appears to be sitting upon a table, there is a second male figure on his knees in front of the other fully clothes and bearded he seems to be much elder than the first. This figure is grasping the seated figures knees possibly in an act of supplication. Behind these figures two further male figures on look, one of these throws his hand out, he's mouth is open suggesting he is surprised or angry. The background setting is heavily draped so is perhaps the interior of a tent.
2008.2.1.76 Profile of an older male bearded male figure. Appears to have his head tied with a band.
2008.2.1.86 Bust of an elderly male on a plinth with a beard and hair.
2008.2.1.87 An elderly bearded man with an indiscernable inscription on the base of the bust.
2008.2.1.95 An active scene with at least 9 discernible male figures. There are two figures on a raised platform on the far left, one standing wearing armour and the other seated wearing robes. In front of them is a gathering of men, some wearing armour, some only wearing the lower half of their armour, and one, possibly two, who is naked carrying a shield. There appears to be a robed shorter figure among them, possibly a child or adolescent. In the background the outline of a columned building can be seen.
2008.2.1.96 Profile view of a woman sitting in a chair facing left. She is wearing robes and has long hair that is possibly braided and pulled back. At her feet is a vase on a pedestal. Under the illustration is an unreadable inscription.
2008.7.150 Interior: greyish wash. Exterior: greyish wash with 2 diagonal lines forming an 'x' shape etched at either end of fragment.
2008.7.42 Exterior: base has an area of black overpaint, which is followed by 3 thick lines of black overpaint towards the top of fragment; Interior patchy area of black overpaint
2008.7.44 Exterior: faded single overpainted line 7/8's of an inch under rim
2008.7.55 Exterior: two fairly thin, parallel, horizontal bands of an orangish-brown colour with part of a filled-in, curved shape surrounded by smaller circular dots of a similar colour overpainted.
2008.9.1 Interior: brownish wash with a wide band of brownish-grey along 3 of the fragment's edges. Exterior: Black wash with white lines etched depicting an image. 2 leg-like shapes at right-angle to curved edge, joining onto curved lines possibly outling a body.
2008.9.4 Exterior: 2 front legs of an animal, joining onto a body is overpainted in greysh-black. 5 short vertical lines are etched across the body and a few other etched lines define the back legs and chest of the animal. 2 back legs and a tail are partially present. A thick horizontal band and below a thinner band run parallel to the bottom-edge of the fragment. The animal appears to be standing on the thinner band, and there are 2 circle between the front and back legs, and two circles to the right of it.
2009.10.1.10 Shows the image of Goddess Hera sitting down offering water to Zeus as an eagle. Cast Number - 957
2009.10.1.11 Shows the image of a man sitting underneath an arch.
2009.10.1.3 Shows an image of weighing scales. Cast Number - 950
2009.10.1.6 Right profile view of an eagle, accompanied by an inscription. Cast Number - 953
2009.10.1.8 Small winged boy (cupid). He is holding on to an object floating in the wind. The cupid is sitting on an object which appears to be floating on the water. Cast Number - 955
2009.10.2.1 Man holding a sword, seems to be an animal sacrifice (cow). number 1
2009.10.2.10 Figure of a man with wings and a beard, lying down with a cloth draped over his legs, holding and looking at a sword, with an open book next to him. Number 10.
2009.10.2.134 A woman in profile to the left, holding an object (wheat) Number 6.
2009.10.2.151 Figure of a cloaked man holding an object in his left hand and wearing a hat. Number 23
2009.10.2.160 Clothed man with hat standing next to an altar. Number 32
2009.10.2.163 Hermes with cloak and winged sandals bent over an object
2009.10.2.183 Left to right: woman seating on a tree, an other one holding a baby on top of a dog and picking something from the tree. Man holding something. Latin insription.
2009.10.2.2 Man in armour, sacrificing an animal (a lamb), surrounded by small pictures of a man and woman in profile, and other animals including a snake, a crab and a bird. Number 2.
2009.10.2.201 Naked man and woman ride a lion, they appear to be holding a bow and arrow. there is an inscription beneath.
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
2009.10.2.222 Clothed female figure standing in front of an animal wearing a bridle (possibly a horse or dog) Number 12
2009.10.2.225 Nude Aphrodite standing, holding her hair and accompanied by winged Eros holding an object Number 15
2009.10.2.227 Nude female figure (? Artemis) leaning on a pillar and holding a bow in her left hand and an arrow in her right hand. Number 17
2009.10.2.228 Nude female figure reclining on a couch surrounded by drapery, with an inscription on the couch Number 18
2009.10.2.229 Semi-nude female figure seated on a chair with drapery over her lap, holding an object in her right hand. Number 19
2009.10.2.230 Semi-nude female figure with drapery around her waist leaning on a pillar holding an object in her right hand Number 20
2009.10.2.231 Semi-nude female figure sitting on a rock with drapery around her waist, holding an object. Accompanied by two winged children and a basket Number 21
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
2009.10.2.234 Nude female (? Aphrodite) ciewed from behind, leaning on a shield covered in drapery with a spear leaning on her left shoulder holding an object in her right hand. Accompanied by winged Eros handing her a helmet Number 24
2009.10.2.235 Nude female figure with drapery over her shoulders, holding an arrow in her right hand, accompanied by winged Eros and an animal, possibly standing on a snake Number 25
2009.10.2.237 Female figure holding a branch in her right hand, accompanied by a winged child holding an object Number 27
2009.10.2.239 Clothed female figure, walking with flowing drapery holding plants in her left hand and a bow and arrow in her right. Accompanied by a winged Eros holding an arrow and with a quiver. Number 29
2009.10.2.240 Nude Aphrodite with drapery over her legs sat on a rock, wearing a necklace and bracelet and accompanied by a flying Eros. With an inscription. Number 30
2009.10.2.241 Nude Aphrodite standing with drapery over her arms, holding an arrow and accompanied by winged Eros. Number 31
2009.10.2.244 Nude Aphrodite with drapery across her shoulders, holding an arrow in her right hand, accompanied by winged Eros on the right and a quiver of arrows on the left. Number 34
2009.10.2.251 Hare inside a large ring centrally, figure in a four-horse chariot above, helmeted head on the left with an inscription, shiled on the right and a ? grasshpopper at the bottom Number 41
2009.10.2.255 Nude three graces standing one holding an apple above a shield with a helmet resting on it, another holding a wreath above a flaming altar, with a butterfly next to it. Number 45
2009.10.2.262 Nude male wearing a cloak and holding a spear in his right hand, accompanied by a dog and flying winged child holding an object Number 52
2009.10.2.264 Central figure of nude Aphrodite holding an arrow in her right hand and holding a winged Eros' hand in her left, a shield with a face leaning against her left leg and armour on the floor. Winged Eros holding a bow on the right, and kneeling nude Hephaestus on the left with a hammer held above his head and an anvil in front of him. Number 54
2009.10.2.265 Central figure of nude Aphrodite wearing a cloak holding arrows in her left hand, with sitting Hephaestus in front of an anvil on the left holding a hammer above his head,and winged Eros holding a bow on the right. Number 55
2009.10.2.266 Nude standing Aphrodite holding a torch and another object, with a satyr on the right holding an object, and Eros with a bow and a seated Hephaestus on the left holding a hammer above his head with an anvil in front of him. Number 56
2009.10.2.277 Armed Athena wearing an aegis and helmet, holding a spear in her right hand and a shield emblazoned with Medusa's head in her left. Number 67
2009.10.2.279 Two nude male children standing with an arm around each other and holding drapery behind them. Number 69
2009.10.2.284 Central seated figure touching a free-standing skeleton, with a standing figure on the left and a winged child holding an object on the left. Number 74
2009.10.2.307 A scene depicting from left to right: a naked man, Athena, and a clothed woman. The two figures on the outside are looking towards a helmeted Athena who is holding an olive branch and spear.
2009.10.2.33 Portrait of bearded man pictured above an eagle, with two winged children on either side, on ladders placing wreaths into a pot placed on his head. Number 33
2009.10.2.347 Profile of seated figure holding a spear on the left with a standing figure behind, faced by a seated figure on the right, also holding a spear, with a third seated figure on the far right, and an armed figure wearing a helmet and holding a shield and spear between the two. Inscriptions around the edges of the image and between the first and second set of facing figures. Number 3
2009.10.2.348 Frontal image of a nude male, leaning to the left, possibly scraping oil from his right leg with a strigil, with an inscription down the left hand side. Number 4
2009.10.2.349 Nude male figure kneeling with his face upturned and a shield on his left arm, an object at his feet and possibly an inscription to the left of his head. Number 5
2009.10.2.350 Nude male figure kneeling with his face upturned and a shield on his left arm, with a sword at his feet and an arrow or spearhead emerging from his back. Number 6
2009.10.2.380 Standing nude male figure wearing a helmet and a shield on his right arm, holding the hair of a fallen nude male figure. There is a shield, spear and helmet on the right-hand side, and a pillar topped with an (animal?) figure behind the two males. Number 36
2009.10.2.382 Seated bearded male figure holding an object in his right hand with a raised left hand, instructing a standing nude male youth wearing a cloak and leaning on a spear. Number 38
2009.10.2.383 Nude male figure lying on a couch or bed in front of four horses and a smaller standing figure on the right, holding an object in their right hand, and a tree on the left. Number 39
2009.10.2.384 Male figure in a chariot drawn by two large serpents on the left facing a larger seated (deity?) figure holding a spear and another object, and an object or symbol below the figures. Number 40
2009.10.2.387 Male figure driving a plough pulled by two yoked oxen, passing an object to a standing figure behind the oxen. Number 43
2009.10.2.392 kneeling nude male figure wearing a cloak and carrying an unconscious nude female in his arms, with a club at his feet and his cloak flying out behind him. Number 48
2009.10.2.393 Large bull with bearded man's face, with a star above on the left, a symbol on the right and a snake beneath the bull. With an inscription above the bull. Number 49
2009.10.2.400 Bearded male centaur lying down, holding a shield above him with his left hand and pulling an arrow from his side with his right. Number 56
2009.10.2.401 Bearded male centaur carrying an ornate staff over his left shoulder and a lion skin and basket on his right shoulder. There is a faint inscription below the figure. Number 57
2009.10.2.409 Central nude male figure wearing a helmet leaning down towards a jar on the floor, with a nude male holding a staff on the left and an armoured male holding a shield on the right. Number 65
2009.10.2.410 Central male figure wearing a helmet reaching down towards a vase on the floor, with a male figure on the left, an armoured male holding a shield on the right and a pillar with a vase atop behind the central figure. Number 66
2009.10.2.51 An eagle on top of a mountain of rocks with cresent moon and star. Writing at bottom. Number 51.
2009.10.2.57 Figure of a standing man, with an eagle on his left side. Holding an object above his head. Number 57.
2009.10.2.61 There is a gathering of eight male and female figures and an Eros. Two of the males are sitting down and the rest are standing. Number 61.
2009.10.2.67 Zeus is standing with a sceptre, within a temple. There are 2 columns on either side of Zeus and the pediment is adorned with an eagle and a man riding a horse on the top. Number 67
2009.10.2.68 Depiction of an eagle with a wreath in its beak. Number 68
2009.10.2.8 Figure of a man wearing a hat and a cape, holding a round object in right hand. By his feet are two pictures, the left is perhaps a scroll and the right an animal. Number 8
2009.10.2.81 There is a centaur standing with a woman to his right, there is also a man playing an instrument to the back left of him. Number - 13
2009.10.2.93 Naked man standing with a harp, on the right of which there is a small child at his feet, next to whom there is a man who is sitting in front of a tree. There is an inscription: "LAVRAIED" Gem cast number - 25
2009.8.10 Profile of an eagle, looking left. Cast number: DD.76
2009.8.103 Two face profile. Looking right is a young warrior with a helmet. Looking left an older man with a beard also wearing a helmet. Maybe Ianus. Cast number: 47
2009.8.105 Profile of an older man with short hair. The top of his cloak can be seen. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 49
2009.8.124 A vessel with an animal on it. Cast number: 68
2009.8.129 A serpent winded around a tree, an axe in the foreground. Cast number: 75
2009.8.13 A man with a beard and wavy hear wearing a cloak around his waist, sitting on a rock, one arm placed on his knee. Next to him is a cow. On his other side is a club. There is an inscription above the cow. Cast number: n
2009.8.14 Aphrodite wearing a cloak around her waist. Cupid is standing under a tree with a bow in his hand. There is an inscription next to Aphrodite. Cast number: 3
2009.8.148 A young girl feeding an eagle. Probably Zeus. Cast number: 2
2009.8.149 A young man feeding an eagle. Probably Ganymed and Zeus. Cast number: 3
2009.8.150 An eagle abducting a young man. An amphora lying on the bottom. Zeus kidnapping Ganymed. Cast number: 4
2009.8.151 A man with a beard caressing a young man with wings (?). Ganymed and Zeus. There seems to be an eagle on the right side. Cast number: 5
2009.8.152 A young woman with a cloak around her waist, caressing an eagle. Probably Zeus. Cast number: 6
2009.8.168 A woman with a spear riding on an eagle, stars are above her head. Eagle is probably Zeus. Cast number: 22
2009.8.169 A woman with a torch sitting on an eagle, holding a head (?) in her other hand. Eagle probably Zeus. Cast number: 23
2009.8.187 Profile of a woman with curls and a helmet with an owl on it, looking left. Probably Athena. Cast number: 41
2009.8.188 Profile of a woman wearing a helmet with an animal on it, looking right. Cast number: 42
2009.8.19 A woman laying on waves, probably Aphrodite. Above her Cupid. A man wearing an armour and a spear, probably Ares. Cast number: 8
2009.8.209 An owl, probably referring to Athena. Cast number: 63
2009.8.218 Profile of a man, probably a Roman emperor with an aureole and a prominent chin, looking left. On the left side there is an eagle on a globe, probably referring to Jupiter. Cast number: 9
2009.8.220 On the left side, an eagle sitting on the head of a cow, holding a twig in his hand. Probably referring to Jupiter. On the right side, profile of a man with a wreath in his wavy hair, looking right. Cast number: 11
2009.8.24 A dancing woman with a bare chest. Cloak or dress around her waist. Holding a timbrel in her hands above her head. There is also an inscription. Cast number: 34
2009.8.25 A dancing woman with ribbons flying around her, carrying some kind of vessel. There is also an inscription next to her. Cast number: 138
2009.8.26 A woman standing on a pole or tree. One hand placed on the pole bending her head. There is an inscription. Cast number: 39
2009.8.28 A dancing woman with a bare chest. A ribbon or scarf flying above her head. There is an inscription. Cast number: 28
2009.8.29 Profile of a woman with wavy hair and a ribbon or wreath, looking right. There is an inscription on the left side. Cast number: 121
2009.8.31 A man with a beard sitting on a rock and a lion's fur, holding a club in his hand. Probably Hercules. There is also an inscription. Cast number: sn
2009.8.32 A winged horse with a man on its back. Maybe Pegasus with Bellerophon. There is also an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 11
2009.8.34 A woman with wings, holding a twig in one hand. A snake is curled up to her feet. Probably Nike. There is an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 97
2009.8.37 A muscular man holding something in one hand. The other arm is outstretched above his head. Probably an athlete. There is also an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 69
2009.8.51 A young muscular man, shown in contrapposto. Probably an athlete. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 16
2009.8.57 A young girl feeding an eagle, probably Zeus. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number 47
2009.8.60 An old man with a beard holding a role of parchment in one hand. Maybe a philosopher. Cast number: 56
2009.8.63 A man with a beard and wavy hair kneeling in front of an altar, holding a snake. Behind him, stading a young woman. On the other side of the altar, a tree with a ram head. On a pole is a mask. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 116
2009.8.65 A naked young man with wavy hair and with an outstretched arm. Maybe an athlete. Cast number: 2A or 21?
2009.8.66 Profile of a young man with curly hair, an open mouth and a wreath of wine leaves. Probably Dionysos. Cast number: 87
2009.8.70 Profile of a man with a beard an curly hair and a sea shell above his ear. Maybe Poseidon. Cast number: 14
2009.8.85 An old man or a satyr playing a flute. Cast number: 29
2009.8.92 An eagle with a wreath in its beak, one claw standing on a twig. Cast number: 36
2009.9.151 A naked winged child playing with a human head with wild hair and an open mouth, probably a theater mask. Cast number: 85
2009.9.198 A naked winged boy or statue standing on a rostrum with an inscription. On the left side are a half naked satyr who is touching the statues arm and a woman who is touching its wings. On the right side is a warrior but might also be female. Cast number: 33
2009.9.20 A woman sitting on a flower chair holding a scepter and point her hand to her mouth. Opposite her an animal, looking like a lion on standing on its hind legs, streching its front legs out to the woman. They are both in a skiff which has a ram's head on its left end. Cast number: 34
2009.9.203 A woman sitting on a stool holding an opening a box. Maybe Pandora. Cast number: 38
2009.9.215 An old naked man leaning on a cane with a shield on his back. Cast number: 50
2009.9.225 A bearded man sitting on a stool, drinking with an eagle holding a turtle over his head. Cast number: 65
2009.9.230 A bearded man sitting on a stool playing the lyre and opposite to him a herme of a man with an erect penis. Cast number: 70
2009.9.231 A bearded man sitting on a stool playing the lyre in front of a herme of a young man with an erect penis. Cast number: 71
2009.9.247 Profile of a man with a beard and an open mouth looking right. Cast number: 87
2009.9.249 Bust of a half-bald man with a beard and a bare chest, wearing a cloak. There is an inscription at the bottom of the bust. Cast number: 89
2009.9.25 Profile of a man wearing an aureole and some kind of wear. The top of his cloak can be seen, looking right. There is a "C" or a half moon on the right side. Cast number: 39
2009.9.26 A naked man with an aureole, holding a scepter, sitting on a dog, looking right. Cast number: 40
2009.9.28 A monster with a lion's head, a man's chest and two serpent tails wearing an aureole, looking right. Cast number: 42
2009.9.31 A monster with an eagle's head, a man's chest and two serpents instead of legs, holding a shield and a scepter. There is a star and a half moon on its right side. There is also a star underneath it. Cast number: 45
2009.9.32 A monster with an eagle's head, a man's chest and two serpents instead of legs, holding a spear and a shield with Greek letters on it. The serpents are surrounding the monster. There are inscriptions on the left and right side as well as underneath the creature. Cast number: 46
2009.9.35 A naked man with two pair of wings and a bird's tail, holding a scepter, surrounded by spears or sticks, standing on a serpent. There is an inscription with the serpent's circle. Cast number: 49
2009.9.36 A naked man wearing an aureole, holding a scepter, standing next to a fire. There is a half moon on the left side. Cast number: 50
2009.9.39 On the right side an ibis, in the middle a monster with a lion's head and a serpent's body and on the left side a hawk. Cast number: 53
2009.9.40 A monster with a lion's head and a serpent's body sitting on a box with inscriptions. There is also an inscription on the left and right side of the monster. Cast number: 54
2009.9.44 Portrait of a man wearing an egyptian crown looking left. The top of his clothes can be seen. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 58
2009.9.47 An Egyptian double-feather crown, representing Ma'at or Thot. Cast number: 61
2009.9.49 An ibis holding a caduceus and having a human figure sitting on its head which is holding a cornucopia (?). Cast number: 63
2009.9.51 Hieroglyphs. On the left bottom corner a bird, probably an owl. Cast number: 63
2009.9.55 A bird, maybe a hawk, holding a spear or stick in its beak poking in a vessel. Behind the hawk there is the profile of a man with an aureole. Cast number: 69
2009.9.59 A creature with an animal head, maybe a cat, and a male human body, kneeling down, holding a vessel in its left hand. Cast number: 73
2009.9.63 A wolf or jackal with a shaggy fur and an erect penis, standing on its hind legs. Cast number: 77
2009.9.64 A jackal standing on its hind legs with an erect penis. Cast number: 78
2009.9.68 A man lying on his back, face turned to an eagle which is flying above him and hitting him with the beak. Referring to the tale of Prometheus whose liver is eaten by an eagle every day. Cast number: 1
2009.9.70 A herme with the torso of a satyr with an erect penis, an ecstatically dancing half naked woman holding a puppet or little man playing the flute in a hand. On her right side a small man sitting in some kind of basket playing another musical instrument. Cast number: 3
2009.9.71 An ecstatic dancing half naked woman turned to a herme of a satyr. Cast number: 4
2009.9.72 An ecstatic dancing woman. There is a vessel or vase with flowers next to her. Cast number: 5
2009.9.84 A herme of a young naked winged man holding an insect, maybe a butterfly in one hand and some kind of scepter in the other. Cast number: 17
2009.9.85 A naked young man with wings holding a spear or a stick in his hand aiming at an insect sitting in a tree. Cast number: 18
2009.9.99 A herme of a man with beard and an erect penis. Opposite him a naked winged child holding a rope or a twig in his hands. Cast number: 32
22.3.19 Standing youth in himation facing right, behind him part of an uncertain object; tablets hanging on a wall. Outline of hair reserved; relief contour for lower part of the back of the himation. 2003.21.0003.jpg
22.3.20 The upper overhanging section is decorated with an egg pattern; on the broad middle section is a laurel wreath, to left; on the narrow section are is a band of black dots above a thin line. The neck is decorated with a lotus-palmette frieze. The interior is glazed black. 2007.03.1169.jpg
22.3.33 The fragment bears the depiction of a youth in three-quarter face, while drawing a bow. What is illustrated is the face, except for part of the hair (left side), part of an himation over his left shoulder, the arms (the right one before the hands, the left one before the forearm), the chest and the left side of the abdominals?, behind which emerges the ending of the himation. The cheek and the back have been executed with relief contour, whereas thinned brown glaze has been used for part of the hair. The interior is black, with a reserved band ca. 1 cm wide. 2003.93.0233.jpg
22.3.5A-B Glaze fired red throughout. On the body below flanged rim, is key below a broad band, on reserved base an incised spiral. Inside is reserved with a broad band immediately inside the rim and a line below it, at the centre are two concentric circles. Lid: around the rim the pattern consists of leaves surroundered by parallel lines. A broad band separates another pattern of palmettes and decorative tendrils. Another broad band of concentric circles leading up to an acorn shaped knob with ridge at its base. Knob is red around bottom but reserved at top. There are also areas of white and black deposits on knob and inside on the underside of the lid and at base. 2003.97.0895.jpg
22.3.7 Stamped in the centre is a single palmette, surrounded by ring of eight palmettes at irregular intervals, outside an incised circle, and beyond that a similar ring of sixteen palmettes outside another incised cirlcle. Foot ring is black inside and out as is resting surface. Base is flat and ruddled with central black dot. 2003.30.0003.jpg
23.11.31D Profile figure facing lef, wearing a helmet and holding a shield. Appears to have once held a spear. Two prominent wide legs emerge from underneath shield. Lead is an off-colour black-grey. 2005.06.0024.jpg
23.11.31F Profile figure facing right. Face visible through a helmet, with a potential eye socket marked out. Complete shield with an ornate bike spokes formation. Appears to have once held a spear. Two prominent thin legs emerge from underneath shield. Lead is an off-colour white-grey. 2003.96.0001.jpg
23.11.31I Profile figure facing left and wearing a helmet. Holding a shield with a compact bike spokes pattern. Wide legs emerge from underneath the shield. Lead is an off-colour brown-grey. 2005.06.0008.jpg
23.11.31J It is unclear which side is meant to be the front and whether the figure is intened to be in profile. The shield has an ornate bike spokes pattern. Lead is off-colour brown-grey. 2005.06.0064.jpg
23.11.31M Profile figure wearing a helmet and holding a circular shield with a possible bike spokes pattern. Appears to have once held a spear. Thin legs emerge from underneath the shield. Lead is an off-colour brown-grey. 2005.06.0083.jpg
23.11.31OO Profile figure facing the direction right. does not appear to be a Spartan warrior. possibly a Persian warrior or leader? face. helm and armour slightly visible though. defining feature is a ponytail at the back of his helm. not clear whether he is carrying any weaponry. representation of Persian King Darius or Xerxes from the Persian Wars? lead figures part of a large relief commemorating the war? or just used for ritual purposes with the flogging at the Temple of Artemis Orthia? pretty good condition. lead is an off-colour brown grey, similar to 23.11.31h. bears no similarity to the other lead warriors, as it is a lot thinner than them and lacks a shield. 2005.06.0099.jpg
23.4.1 Black inside, with 8 ivy leaves reserved on rim joined by a stem and with groups of white berries. At the base of the inside is a stamped pattern of 5 linked palmettes around a horse shoe pattern with ovules inside, and there are ovules around the outside between bands. Side A is a youth with discus and athlete holding aryballos and side B is an athlete and youth with a discus hanging on the wall. Below each handle is a group of three palmettes. Moulded ridge above foot, which is black all over. Base is reserved in centre with three black bands, two broad and one narrow. 2003.24.0005.jpg
25.8.2 Paint fired red. The rim of the bowl is red. Inside has an eight pointed cross whose spokes reach from the rim to the base. Outside has a red band around rim and a main design of seven long-necked birds facing right with dot rosettes in the field. On bottom is an uneven, eight-spoked wheel with two holes pierced in bottom, one opposite the other. 2003.97.0771.jpg
25.9.3 The vessel bears impressed (stamped) decoration and is black inside, as well as outside. There is a rope-shaped plastic motif above the shoulder of the vessel and the body is ribbed (long, tongue-shaped motives). Below the handle there are ten impressed palmettes (voluted with narrow divisions), arranged in an inverted triangle. The resting surface bears traces of a red line, its shallow inner side bears a black band, the central part is red and there is a black circle with a dot at the centre. 2003.31.0095.jpg
25.9.4 Body, shoulder and neck white ground. Cup mouth is black. Handle black on the back and cream ground underneath. On shoulder are two rows of radiating bars. Body design is an ivy-spray, with circles of dots and heart shaped leaves, between bands of grille pattern, at front only and all in black. Three wet-incised lines below. Side and base of foot heavily ruddled. Footring reserved. 2003.12.0074.jpg
26.12.19 Handle black on outside and reserved underneath. Shoulder: rays and long, thin lotus buds; black band at join with body. Top of bod: two rows black dots bordered by smaller white dots. Body: ram in cauldron set on tripod over a fire, flanked by two females holding wreaths on either side. Below is a broad black band with a thin band between reserved bands either side. Lower step of foot black; base reserved. This is probably the scene in which Medea tricked the daughters of Peleus: she killed an old ram, cut up its body and threw it in a boiling cauldron. Medea, a sorceress, restored the ram's life and made it young. Whereupon Pelias' daughters kill Pelias and toss his body into the cauldron. Medea did not, however, restore Pelias' life and was driven out of Iolcus. 2003.12.0082.jpg
26.12.24A-B Lid: The knob of the handle is flat and circular, the top of which is black, with a small reserved well in the centre. The rim and a band below it is reserved, but the rest of the stem and a thick band surrounding it is black. A reserved zone on the upper surface depicts six palmettes, with an ivy flower after each three. The outer rim of the lid is also black, as is the inside. Lekanis: The resting surface for the lid is black. The two horizontal handles are decorated around the edge with vertical bars. On either side of each handle is a small protrusion, with a black line on each side. The walls, in the handle zone, are decorated with vertical wavy lines. The lower part of the body is black, as is in the interior. The base of the ring foot is reserved. 2002.97.0337.jpg
26.12.26 The vessel bears an uneven black glaze, but it is partly fired red. There is a wide groove at the rim and two more at the upper part of the neck, from which seem to be hanging seven, double, semi-circular, white lines, each one flanked by vertical ones. There are also two grooves that contour the upper part of the vessel's shoulder. The latter bears decoration in white, of a branch with double-leaved (teardropped) motives. There is one last groove below that pattern. 2003.36.0009.jpg
26.2.100 Glaze a rather leaden black outside, chocolate brown inside. A festoon of lanceolate leaves in thinned clay hanging by means of an incised zigzag (debased arcs) from a white fillet. 2013.04.0026.jpg
26.2.14 Outside, on extreme right rim, an incised A, no doubt the first letter of name of dedicator. Inside black except for reserved band at top of rim. 2003.45.0067.jpg
26.2.16 Outside of body streay black carying in part to brown. inside, brick-red bands alternating with groups (six, four six) of thin lines of diluted glaze on a ground lighter still (very pale brown). On the reserved foot an incised N or M. 2003.45.0056.jpg
26.2.19 The underside is all black with a white-red-white band superimposed just below rim, which is reserved. The topside has a cream slip with vertical bars around rim with a band below. Below this is perhaps a sphinx or griffin (rump, tail, tip of wing) facing left with incised detail. Rosette in the field under curl of tail.. Maybe an oblique palmette to the left. 2003.45.0076.jpg
26.2.25 Outside, top and bottom brick red; in the middle a zone of panels, one with an X, one with a silhouette square, brick red on creamy-white. Inside black with a group of bands white-red-white. 2003.45.0092.jpg
26.2.29 Brick red varying to streaky black on a thick white slip. Outside, two bands. Inside, perhaps part of body and beginning of shoulder of an animal facing left; lower part of a pendent triangle; dot and cross ornament in the field. 2003.45.0085.jpg
26.2.44 Above, tongues. Below, tendril and three leaves of an oblique palmette, suspended semi-circular ornament and shapeless blobs in the field. Brick red for black, with superimposed red on one tongue and two leaves. Ground creamy white. 2005.02.0416.jpg
26.2.45 Outside: above tongues, below tendril and 3 leaves of an oblique palmette, small cruciform rosette and suspended semi-circle ornament, purplish black on white slip. 2004.46.0076.jpg
26.2.46 Above, tongues. Below, two leaves and tip of third of an oblique palmette to left, ring and dot field ornaments; on left, part of bird's wing and tail with incisions; soe added red on wing. Black, mostly faded to grey, on crea mslip. 2005.02.0407.jpg
26.2.74-75 Framed tongues, red on black and plain black alternately, with the top part of a tall cap, perhaps belonging to a Persian or an archer. 2013.04.0174.jpg
26.2.86 On rim, between pairs of thin bands vertical wavy lines; below, the back of an animal; applied red between incisions for ribs and shoulder; above back, a row of dots. Pale buff ground. Inside streaky black. 2005.02.0389.jpg
26.4.2 The rim on the outside has a thick black band round it, which stops at the top of the handles. On both sides of the handle, the same images are repeated, showing the figure of a bird in between two palmettes with stems ending in a curling ventril with a pendant pointing down towards the foot. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf with a curled stem. Below these images, is a thin black band, and then a thick one that also encompasses the top side of the foot. The edge of the foot is grooved and reserved, as is the outer rim of the base of the foot. On the base of the foot, there is a well approx 3.8cm wide and 1.5cm deep. The inside of this well and a rim around the edge is fired black, but is mostly red. The inside of the Kylix shows a thin black band that has been extended from the outside. Then there is a thin reserved band, the rest of the inside entirely glazed, except for a small reserved circle in the centre. 2002.97.0264.jpg
26.4.5 On the flat top of the knob, there is a 16 rayed astar in black. On the stem of the lid, are four seperate bands. On the lid, there is an ivy wreath with a faint red stem running through the middle, in between two thin black bands. Outside this, there is a band of leaves and then a plain outer band that reaches the rim. The underneath of the lid is reserved and has a ridge about 1.5cm in. 2003.19.0095.jpg
26.5.1 Inside black apart from a reserved band around rim and disk in bottom. The Handles are black on top and reserved underneath. Both sides are the same, with a bird (duck/swan) on each side between palmette with curling stem. Under one handle is an ivy leaf on a stem. Below are bands. Red band around top of foot. 2003.11.0006.jpg
26.7.2 The interior of the vessel is streaky black (uneven) except for the tondo (reddish brown), that depicts a (shadow of a) man, in a short chiton, facing right and advancing. He is holding a (thorny) club with his right hand and his himation with the left one (using it as a shield?), while his sword is visible at his right side. Exterior: The lip bears a thin, black line. The surface of the body is reserved (up to the point where the scene ends) but bears decoration in black. The scene is repeated on both sides; the myth of Heracles and the Bull. Herakles has captured the Bull from the head. Hanging in the background (above them) there are Herakles' club, cloak and quiver. The scene is flanked (left and right) by fan-shaped palmettes (voluted at the bottom with long, narrow divisions). The lower part of the handles' external surface is black and under either of them there is an ivy leaf (heart-shaped). Below the scene, there is a streaky black line and, after a reserved, thin band, the vessel is (streaky) black up to the end of the foot, whose side surface is reserved, though. The base is reserved but bears a red thin band at the center of the resting surface. No incisions or added colour have been used. 2003.09.0004.jpg
27.10.1 Reddish-brown on pale buff ground. On shoulder, five groups of concentric arcs, three based on outer circumference, one sideways, one base towards neck. Eight black narrow band are nestled between two broad black bands. The pattern repeats itself on the body and base three times, with a variation after the first group where there are three reddish-brown narrow bands in the buff area. The base is buff, with an overlap of a broad black band. 2004.95.0053.jpg
27.4.12 Rim decorated with black lines/petals. Inside of bowl, there is a thick band and then two smaller circles, accentuated by thin black bands. The outer circle contains small black dots, the inner circle, a star shape made out of seven lines with a black dot in the middle. Underside of the rim, shows same line/petal motif as other side, but then there is only a thin band. Inside this is an alternating swastika and dot rosette pattern, and then another thin band. A thick black band is around the neck of the foot, the rim and base of which are not glazed. The foot has a thin black band just inside the rim. 2003.19.0002.jpg
27.4.5 Black band round rim. Handles also have a black gaze, but only on their upper half. Inside the bowl are two seperate thick black bands. On the outside are two more black bands, though roughly half the width of the first, starting just below the handles. The smallest ridge on the foot is glazed as an extention of the band that surrounds it. Heavy fabric. 2003.19.0007.jpg
27.4.9 Grazing goat to left but no trace of added red. Rosettes, with and without an incised circle at centre. Below goat four bands. On bottom two circles, one thin and one thick, round a central spot. 2003.57.0089.jpg
28.6.1 Handle all black, as is neck and back of body. At the front on shoulder is an inverted swirl / wave pattern, consisting of four waves. Below is the main design of an athlete (naked) with a discus standing between two clothed youths, the left of them holding a discus. Robe detail is picked out in black paint. No relief contour. There is an reserved line incised above foot. Foot is black on the top and side but the underneath is reserved and flat. 2011.98.0057.jpg
28.6.2 Mouth, handle, neck and back of body are all black. Main design is of a woman dancing, facing right and standing beside a box. Her right hand has the fingers bent in an ungainly manner. Pair of krotala hanging on wall. Reserved line beneath the picture. Foot is moulded and black on the top and reserved on the side and underneath. 2003.25.0006.jpg
28.6.3 Rim slightly offset. Originally two horizontal handles, now one left. Black inside and out except for the design which is reserved. Side A is an athlete with a strigil and B is a youth with a strigil. Beneath each handle are palmettes with side tendrils. Foot-ring is black inside and out resting surface reserved. Underneath is reserved, with 2 black circles at centre. 2003.97.0651.jpg
29.6.1 Plaster cast of the “Ludovisi Throne” (Original in Museo Nazionale Romano di Palazzo Altemps). Central panel: Aphrodite (Roman Venus) rises from the sea assisted by two Horae (Seasons) on the shore who clothe the lower part of her body.The scene probably represents the birth of the goddess. Alternative interpretations: Persephone’s return from the Hades or Hera emerging from the Kanathos waters (Hera Parthenos). Left panel: Seated naked female figure (hetaira?)wearing a sakkos (hairnet) plays the double aulos. Right panel: Seated crouched veiled woman with a pyxis in her left hand in front of an incense burner (thymiaterion)
34.10.10 Around the base of the neck is a string of tiny round impressions. Below handle are twenty-one stamped eggs arranged in an inverted triangle. Body is ribbed vertically. Moulded groove around foot. Object is black all over, although top half of body is lighter, almost brown. 2003.97.0476.jpg
34.10.13 On front of body is the head of an Amazon facing right. Hair black and wearing head scarf with black dots. Foot ring is reserved. Base is ruddled and the outer circle slopes into the central circle which is convex. 2003.97.0473.jpg
34.2.2 Black glazed except below the neck on the interior, on the friezes (between handles) on the exterior, and on the underside. Just above the handles a short frieze consists of a series of short bars, vertically arranged; below these is a frieze filled with a pair of sideways 7- to 9-petalled palmettes, and either side of upright palm fronds, which enclose an upright 9-petalled palmette. A pair of tendrils emerge from either side of each palmette. 2002.97.0658.jpg
35.4.5 The interior of the rim is reserved except for a black band; lip is black. A band of black vertical leaves decorates the underside of the rim. Front: the profile to the left of a woman's face, she wears a sakkos with two ringlets of hair falling in front of her ear. Back: a large palmette. Reserved circles with black dots in field on both sides. The handles are black with a red ring where they join the body. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf. The base is black with red concentric bands. 2001.99.0031.jpg
35.4.6 Interior: four stamped palmettes, with an egg at the base of each, linked by a small incised circle. Reserved line round body a little way above foot. Whole of foot-ring black. Base reserved and ruddled, with dot and black band. Inside is black as are both circular, horizontal handles. 2003.97.0486.jpg
35.5.10 Inside black with a reserved line at rim. Outside, head and shoulder of boy with his himation pulled up over the back of his head; on the wall tablets hanging vertically; behind his head part of a fillet hanging up. No relief contour; hair contour reserved; brown lines for marking on tablets; surface an unusually deep red. 2003.21.0006.jpg
35.5.34 Inside, reserved line around the rim; in a medallion framed by a key pattern broken by a chequered square, a male in himation leaning on a stick in conversation with an athlete (legs only). Outside, between palmettes an athlete with his arm resting on a pillar over which his cloak falls; on his right a man with a stick, on his left another male (face missing). Relief contour for pillar, walking sticks, and back of neck of all the figures. Hair contour reserved. Added colour, probably red, for fillet of bearded man, white for garland of the clothed figure in the medallion. 2004.10.0083.jpg
35.5.34A-Q (a) fragment, three joins. Decoration on both sides. Band of geometric pattern above which is person's foot and bottom of leg standing to the right, wearing a hymation. On the opposite side: floral pattern to the left of bottom half of a person and to the right of this person the hand and lower body of another. (b) curved, palmette on other side black. (c) large roughened patch to the top right where possibly a handle was attached, floral pattern around this. (d) small fragment, on one side band of geometric pattern, on the opposite side floral pattern. (e) large piece, three fragments joined. Bearded man in the centre facing to the right, left arm raised and holding a long stick, right arm tucked into hymation. To the right of the man, the arm of another person and to the left a floral pattern, inside black. (f) Very similar to fragment a. three pieces joined together. On one side in centre bottom half of a person, feet and lower legs facing left and wearing a hymation, to the right floral pattern. Opposite side, band with geometric pattern. (g) On one side to left part of a hymation, to right an arm. Opposite side band with geometric pattern. (h) On one side the feet and legs of a person standing on a platform with the bottom of a stick he/she is possibly holding to the left, in the right hand corner the edge of a geometric pattern. On the opposite side the feet of someone facing to the left wearing a hymation dropping behind them, to the right of them a floral pattern. (i) Small piece of two fragments joined together. Chest of a male with right arm extending, his hymation drapped over his right arm. (j) Head of a male facing left with hymation over his shoulder and part of large palmette to his right. (k) Small frgment, part of hymation. (l) Small fragment part of hymation (m) Small fragment part of hymation. (n,o,p) small fragments with no detail. 2004.10.0001.jpg
37.11.5 Black gloss covers the entire vessel, except for the underside of the foot. The gloss is not lustrous and on the exterior towards the foot is fired brownish. Inside the bottom of bowl, a brownish band caused by foot of another vase fired within it in the kiln. Inside is stamped design of four palmettes outside two concentric circles with an egg and dot pattern attached to the second one. Red paint is applied on the underside of the foot. It is decorated with a wide black band and a black dot at the centre. Between them, two thin concentric circles of almost invisible thinned glaze. 2008.10.0004.jpg
37.11.8 The decoration is executed in a colour varying from dull black to brown, on pale buff ground. Rim: Concentric circles on the upper surface and spots (tongues) on the side one (stephane). At the joining point of rim and neck there is a band and at the upper part of the neck a horizontal row of spots. Central handle: Decorated with short, thick, leaning lines. Neck: An olive wreath, the ends of which meet at the front where there is a cluster of olives (?) (dots). Shoulder: There is another horizontal row of dots immediately below neck that seem to be hanging from a line. At the join of shoulder and body, there is a broad band in the middle of two thin, concentric lines. Body: In the front, between the two handles, an olive-tree branch, framed by (left and right) a vertical motif of a row of dots, a line, two rows of larger, ovaloid dots and another line. This motif can also be found at the other side of the handles, used to frame a linear pattern (from a short line appear to be emerging three longer ones. On either side a vertical line, which leans slightly towards the motif in the middle. From the centre of this line emerges a long, wavy line. Below: there are two, concentric bands and three more that are not very obvious(?). The handles are ornamented with large dots. The foot is black, but the colour looks uneven. Interior of neck: Two concentric circles. 2003.36.0007.jpg
37.7.3 Long horizontal handles curved and twisted and painted black higher than the rim, which is offset. All black except reserved groove on body just above foot and another in the resting surface. Inside are four stamped palmettes, off centre, in an unusually thin rouletted ring. Base is concave and black. 2003.31.0093.jpg
37.7.5 Black inside and on top and sides of handles. Underside of handles and the body in between is reserved. Lip on outer surface is black with a reserved groove incised below. Two handles, horizontal and one either side curve slightly upwards. Below each is an ivy leaf with three long petals below and on either side of both handles is a horizontal palmette with grapes (?) attached. Both sides have a similar design of a satyr pursuing a woman (possibly a maenad), whose flesh is white. Dot rosette on peplos of A with red tunic and skirt and satyrs tail, beard and hair. Below design is black band, separated from black foot by a reserved band. Foot has black sides, inside and out but reserved resting surface. 2002.99.0044.jpg
38.12.1 Mouth is black inside, outside and on rim, as is handle and neck. Body has black glaze apart from design on front which is a sphinx with face and hind feet missing. Below is an egg frieze. A diluted glaze has been used for fine dots and strolus on wing. Foot is unevenly glazed on side. Resting surface and raised base are ruddled and flat. 2003.25.0094.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
39.9.7 Underneath, between palmettes; A: Two satyrs around an amphora (oxypythmenos), the left satyr leaning towards and pushing the amphora, while the right satyr, also leaning towards the amphora, rests his hands on his left thigh; B: Two satyrs advancing to the right, the one in the rear holding either a branch with a heart-shaped ending, or a rhyton. The right satyr's stance makes him appear to be running. The rest of the vessel's body is black. The interior is also black with a reserved disk, 8.5 in diameter, containing a central dot and two concentric circles, the one close to the dot and broader than the other, which is closer to the edge of the reserved disk. Underneath, part of the base's hollow, conical surface of the stem is painted with a broad circular band. 2003.18.0003.jpg
44.1.1 Rim: There are black tongues around the aperture and dots on the side surface of the rim. On the back of the handle there is a row of dots, framed by two, vertical lines. The neck and the surface below the handle is left reserved. At the base of the neck there are black, petal-shaped spots. Top surface: The aperture in the centre of the ring is black with additional concentric, black lines between reserved areas and a row of dots. Some of the lines have incised diagonal lines across. The reverse side bears a similar decoration but without the row of dots. Side surface of body: The main design is of an Ibex and Lion facing a central rock, made of horizontal bands. Added red is used for some parts of the ibex's body as well as for the some of the bands of the rock. 2003.06.0006.jpg
44.4.1 Mouth and handle are black and beneath it is a palmette flanked by tendrils with campanula flower. Neck has long, black tongues. Main design is a bird with outspread wings and in the field are reserved disks with a black dot. Below this is an uneven reserved band. Side of foot-ring is black and grooved. Base is reserved and depressed. 2003.27.0099.jpg
45.10.10 The interior of the vessel is black apart from the lowest part of o, whose lower part bears a reserved but glazed line. Exterior: a) On the right side, there is the upper part of a seated woman (part below her waist is missing). She is draped and wears a stephane (fillet) on her head. On the left side there is a floral motif whose stem is a wavy line that expands to the left. b) There is the back side of another seated draped female figure. c) The front side of the previous female figure. She is holding an alabastron with both her hands. d) On the lower left part there is the largest part of a voluted palmette with petal shaped divisions, connected with a tendril. The area next to the spring of the one part of the handle is reserved. e) On the bottom right there is the rest of the previous palmette, also connected with a tendril. f) On the bottom right there is the upper part of a palmette and on the upper left there is part of a tendril's volute. The area on the left of teh one spring of the handle is reserved, but glazed (plaster on top). g) Uneven black surface. h) A small part of the volute of the tendril of f and the stalk of a flower. i) Part of an inverted palmette, connceted with (part of ) a tendril, with (occasional) leaves on its sides. j) Small line, part of a tendril. k) Part of a tendril's volute. l) A figure's projected forearm and hand (figure's depicted on n?). m) On the right side, there is the stalk and part of the stem of a flower and a line that seems to be part of a tendril. There is also the spring of a handle. n) Part (head missing, neck and shoulder are scraped off, area below the knees missing) of a draped standing figure that has the left hand around the waist. o) The lowest part of a figure's drapery. p) Base. Inside tondo: seated woman with septre and standing woman holding out box. Exterior: part of floral ornament under handle. Outer and inner side of footring black, resting surface and underside reserved except for central black dot surrounded by three concentric bands. Moulded circle c.1.0 wide houses thickest, central black band. 2010.98.0133.jpg
45.10.13 (i) There is a small part of a motif (partially covered with plaster) that consists of wavy lines. Below it, there are two lines and underneath there are parts of two inverted, palmettes (voluted with petal-shaped divisions) that flank a three-pointed flower with two dots to represent pollen. ii) Between two pairs of lines there is a guilloche (fillets with teardropped terminations interwoven together) with dots among the lines. Below, there is a broad black band, which seems to be interrupted at the right side. (iii) At the left, three parts of vertical, black bands and incisions create part of an object (garment hanging from chair or couch?) In the middle, there is an object- as if it was a grave-stele with a cross-shaped ? ending above which spring two heraldic, white, voluted palmettes (now fadded away), a chiastic motif with dots and horizontal lines on top- but inverted (leg of a bed or couch?). Next to that, there are a figure's part of thighs, knees and calves, close to part of a palmette. (iv) A bearded satyr (seilinos) plays a chorded instrument (lyre), while his himation is hanging in the background. Next to him there is a draped female figure (Demeter?), holding a wreath (black circle) and branches with dots on both sides that surround her. The details on her drapery have been executed with added red and so are those for her head-dress. There are also traces of added white on her neck. On top of the fragment there is part of a motif of tongues contoured with ellipsoid lines and a line that encircles this pattern. v) On the left, there is part of the satyr's lower legs (above the knees towards the feet) and the lower end of his himation. Next to him there is the termination of the female figure's branch, close to a similar inverted grave-stele? and part of an object that resembles an animal paw (lion-shaped foot of chair or couch) . Below these, there is a line on which they seem to step on. Next, a guilloche between two pairs of lines and at the bottom part of a radial-shaped motif with a line that contours it on top. vi) A line and black, teardropped spot. vii) There is a line on whose right top side stands a rectangular object with a rectangular surface in the middle being reserved. Below, part of two lines on top of part of the guilloche. viii) Small part of shoulder and neck: there is a black spot, a thin band, a red line on top of a plastic ring (joining point of neck and shoulder) and part of a tongue-shaped pattern contoured by a line on the shoulder. There is also a part of two lines in the interior. ix) Part of the guilloche, the two lines underneath and the radial-shaped motif at the bottom. x) Tiny bit of the guilloche and the two lines below it and part of the radial-shaped motif. xi) Part of voluted palmette and tongue-shaped motif. xii) Part of the floral motif (of a three-pointed flower)? with lines that form a rhombus with a dot in the middle. xiii) Part of the shoulder and the spring of a handle. On the top there is the tongue-shaped motif, encicled by a line and below it an inverted palmette. The spring of the handle is black and next to it there are short, diagonal incisions. There is also a tiny spot of black colour in the interior. xiv) On the left, part of leaf-shaped (heart-like) motives (part of thyrsos?), close to a band of black colour, of undecipherable shape. Next to that, there is the lower part of a female draped figure, with small crosses on it. At the right side there is black and white colour that forms ovaloid shapes (?). xv) A black band and on the left part of the female drapery.
45.10.22 a: The upper surface of the rim is reserved, although glazed. However, the side surfaces (internal and external) are black (apart from a reserved area that would not have been visible if the handle was not missing). The neck is also black on the inside, however, there is a perpetual motif of palmettes on the external surface. These are double palmettes (5 narrow divisions upwards and 5 similar ones downwards) that look as if chained together by a horizontal row of small rings and each such palmette is separated from the other by a vertical line with wider endings, while thin, curved lines (above and below) frame each palmette. The sides of the handle bear a black band each and there is also a thin line underneath them that contours the end of the neck. On the carination that divides the neck from the shoulder there is a thin line with added red colour. The shoulder bears a motif of tongues, divided by vertical lines, while a line underneath contours them. The motif does not appear under the surface of the handle. At some point underneath this pattern there is the beginning of another motif (black with 3 dots of added red and scale-like incisions). The interior of the rest of the vessel is reserved, since it is an amphora. b: It bears exactly the same motif as the previous neck bit. c: From the branch of a three-peaked floral motif there emerge two curved lines that are downwards and upwards, each forming an ellipsoid-shaped frame from whose lower (in the case of the curved line that goes downwards) or upper (in the case of the other line) endings form one floral motif each. The left one is a voluted palmette with 5 petal shaped divisions and the right one is a three-pointed flower, similar to the central floral motif, but bigger. Although the upper part of this pattern is not preserved apart from the starting point of the motives, it is certain that this would have been the heraldic motif depicted. Underneath this area there is a thin, black line and below that, a pattern of guilloche ( branches with tear dropped endings interwoven together) with a row of dots, framed (above and below) by two pairs of concentric lines. Towards the end of the fragment (which is also towards the end of the vessel) there is a radial-shaped motif, two lines and the rest of the surface is black. d: It is a part of the body's area that bears the guilloche pattern and the radial-shaped motif underneath, but one third of it is not preserved. e: On the left there is the upper part of probably a palmette (two endings of petal-shaped divisions). Next to that there is the depiction of a draped lower body part. The drapery is formed by the incisions on a black surface. There are diagonal incisions and wavy endings to denote the folds of an himation, as well as the lower termination of the chiton, which is suggested by two almost horizontal incisions, a wavy line and another horizontal incision. the drawing is detailed and clear. f: The part between the surface above the knees and a bit below the calf of a male figure that wears a short chiton (incised, wavy folds are visible above the knee), as well as grieves with out curving terminations (Hermes?) of added red colour, now fadded away. On his left there is the upper part of a palmette and on his left there is a diagonal line, with rows of dots on either side (characteristic of Dionysus). Very clear drawing. g: Half of the three-peaked flower, a bit of a black line and two petal-shaped motives. On the side, there is part of the dotted branch and what appears to be part of a figure's drapery (upper right body part ?), with some incisions used to render details. h: Between the lower body part of two figures there is part of the dotted branch. What is preserved from the right figure is incised lines and circles on a black surface. The left figure's drapery (peplos and himation ?) is preserved (below the waist), consisting of incised diagonal and wavy lines to denote the folds. i: A central male figure's (Dionysus) body from shoulder to legs is visible and surrounded by a dotted branch. He is standing between two figures. The male figure (there is part of beard with added red) on the left holds part of the branch with his palm (upper body without the head is preserved). The only visible part of the draped figure on the right is part of the legs. Incisions are used to render details. j: Apollo playing his lyre (kithara). The head (in profile, facing right), right hand and part of the god's front side of the body is visible, as well as the largest part of the lyre. Part of a dotted branch exists in the background. Incisions have been used to render the chords of the lyre as well as for the eye, contour of hair, ear and contour of the god's body, while a taenia (fillet) on his head is in added black colour. k: Only part of a thin, black line is preserved. l: two broad black bands that overlap at some point. Incisions and the ending of a dotted branch (part of draped figure?). 2010.98.0172.jpg
45.10.29 Fragments that join 45.10.23: a)The handle's back is black. On the shoulder there is a voluted palmette with petal-shaped divisions between two male draped figures that are facing it, holding their himatia? with their left hands. b) There is part of a thin line that contours the lower part of the shoulder. c) The upper part of a warrior, wearing a red helmet and carrying a shield. Behind him , there is part of an object? in added red. d) The right part bears the left part of the previous warrior's shield. The left part of the fragment depicts the upper part of another draped male figure holding a spear.
45.10.7A-B Lid: The top surface bears part of a central medallion (dots contoured by double, semi-spherical line), encircled by a black line, a red band, a broader black band and a red line. There is also an ivy spray between the last red line and a similar one. At the rim there is a rather careless tongue pattern, with inner dots (identical to the one of the central medallion, only frammed by thin, black lines). Sides: There is the representation of women pursued by the winged Eros. The naked Eros is flying and his himation with white spots on its top is falling over his forearm. At the level of his face there is an inscription, with white colour KALOS and underneath, KALH, above a bent fillet with thin, short, white lines emerging from its endings. The first of the women is headed right, having extended her right? hand towards Eros and holding and raising slightly her drapery (in order to run faster). Her head is missing, but she is probably looking backwards, to see the advancing Eros. The scene is reproduced again: Anoher Eros pursues another woman, who is running towards an altar? (rectangular, altar-shaped constuction, higher than the figures with a decoration of a large cross and dots in between). Among them there is again the inscribed KALOS, KALH. Many fragments have not survived, however this woman's head is not missing. She is looking backwards and wears a diadema, made of white lines. At the other side of the altar? there is another woman approaching it, having escaped the first Eros, but looking back to see him. She wears a white diadema and the same inscription is between her and the Eros. The scene is framed by two red, concentric lines (above and below the figures). The bottom surface is left reserved. Body: There is decoration of laurel stems and berries around the outer surface with details made of added white. This motif is framed (above and below with red, thick lines). The interior of both pieces is black. The feet have a black band on the side (ca 2 cm below their joining part to the body) and the rest of the surface is left reserved, apart from a black line at the rim. Half way up the inside surface of the feet there is a thin, black band. The base's central part is decorated with a broad black, circular band between thin black lines. 2003.94.0098.jpg
45.6.13 Handles: black on top and reserved underneath. Inside and outside of mouth is black but the top is reserved, with accidental smears of paint. Neck is reserved and there are black tongues on the shoulder. Side A shows 3 mantled onlookers separated by objects like long leaves tapering downwards. Two are facing left and one is facing right. On side B is a runner holding an indistinguishable object. Ivy leaf under one handle and leaves in the field. Below picture is black to foot which is reserved on the side and underneath. 2003.97.0643.jpg
45.6.39 Wide flarred lip, very hollow, flat interior. Flat resting surface with raised base, reserved. Black glaze ciovering only on part of the interior and exterior of the bowl, an elongated semi circle. The bowl is possibly marked from something else or this could be a burn mark rather than remians of a black glaze. 2006.20.0163.jpg
45.8.1 The rim (interior) bears two, concentric circles, the first at the edge and the second at the curve between the neck and the body, where traces of white colour can be found. The neck of the vessel is ornamented with a continuous floral motif (branch bearing two long leafs; laurels?) that covers the whole of the surface. A: Scene of a symposium of four, reclining, male figures; 2 men and 2 youths (in turns), in pairs looking at one another. All of them wear their himatia, loose around their waists, a fact that leaves the upper part of their bodies naked, and are crowned with identical three-pointed diadems, made of added, yellowish and white colour. They also have identical hairstyles. The youth on the left side makes a gesture, pointing left with his right hand, but facing the man on his right who touches his chest with his right hand. The third person looks as if holding a white thread with his right-hand fingers, while the man on his right is trying to put a white, spotted garland on the third figure with his right hand. They all recline on a horizontal sort of bed, supported by three feet, of equal distance between them, but of unequal width. However, the lower parts of the three feet are similar; rectangular and vertical to the stem. Under this construction, in the surface between the two gaps that are left between the feet of the bed, there are two tables, that carry food(?) (fruit and bread ?), painted with added white colour. Both of the tables bear two, broad, black, bands around their edges, the left ones being larger than the right ones. As regards the endings of the tables' feet, they give the impression of a vague rendering of animal paws. B: A youth in the centre of the scene looks at his right, while in either of his sides, another youth is looking at him. All of them are fully-clad with himatia. The left one is holding a strigil (stleggis) with his right hand, while the one at the right side of the scene makes a gesture with his feast. The spring of the handles bears part of a circle (it stops, leaving the surface between the beginning of the two handles undecorated), with small, semi-cercular patterns. Beneath each handle there is a large, complex palmette. A band with maeander-shaped patterns runs through the vessel under the main scenes. The base is in the form of a disk, with a high foot, separated from the disk-shaped surface by a carved, reserved circle, as well as an also circle at the lowest end of the base's foot. 2003.23.0005.jpg
46.9.2 Ivy wreath on rim, dots on ridge below. Decoration on main body consists of an ivy wreath with dots in between ivy leaves. Below: one band of horse shoes, one band of dots, and one band of curved lines. Below is black to the foot, which has one reserved line. Base reserved but with two thin black concentric lines around a small circle in the centre. 2003.19.0003.jpg
47.2.35 Standing female figure. Wheelmade body, moulded head. Woman in veil. Holding at breast level an object now broken off. Traces of black on head and eyes, red on face and clothes. Clay orange. 2008.99.0154.jpg
47.2.4 The vessel's tondo is ornated with impressed (stamped) decoration, of thirteen ellipsoid motives (eggs, some not fully formed) that seem to be hanging from an impressed circle, on whose border rest thirteen palmettes (voluted with narrow divisions) on stalks. There is a reserved, but glazed line at the lowest part of the body and the concave area of the base is reserved, but glazed, apart from two, concentric, reddish brown lines with a dot in the centre. 2010.99.0177.jpg
47.6.1 The Gorgon Medusa, in both shoulder panels. Area under handles is black. Side A: Achilles on black horse, alongside a red horse with an attendant riding on black horse behind. Troilos lies on ground. Side B: Achilles carrying Troilos toward alter made of bricks with incised lines (the altar might also be interpreted as a fountainhouse). Shrub in front of altar (fountainhouse) Pictures are in red, black, white with detail incised. Below shoulder zone are red and black chevron-palmettes; below this, animal frieze with goats, panther, winged creature and lion. Triangles radiating from base, foot is black and base reserved. Zones separated by bands. 2007.01.0060.jpg
47.6.2A-B Lid: Straight sides and a moulded rim at the top and bottom, both red. The plastic ring at the top of the lid black. The top is decorated with a depiction of a male figure, perhaps Dionysus (Ure) or Pan (Boardman) with horns springing from his head. He wears an animal skin (brownish dots) over his shoulders, with a hoof dangling. He seems to be stepping or sitting on another animal skin. In raised left hand he holds an indeterminate instrument (Ure: handleless fork; Boardman: syrinx) and he rests his right hand, brought before his body, on an oar-shaped object (trumpet; Ure: winnowing fan; Boardman: 'lagobolon'). To his left is the forepart of a pig (or dog?), and to his right, a basket with three corn stalks. There is also a red, thin line at the joining point of the plastic ring and the lid. The decoration of the side surface of the lid is a motif of vertical, hanging, wavy tongues, between reddish brown bands. There is also one inverted heart-shaped motif at some point between the tongues. Body: There is a red line at the rim and another one at half the way up the body, both on the inside and the outside. On the interior there are two, concentric, reddish-brown circles. Exterior: There is also a red line at the bottom of the body, while the disk-shaped ring is reddish-brown. Wide rim at base. Underside is reserved and central section flat. 2007.01.0019.jpg
47.7.2 Round, flat body with vertical spout at one end with a flared mouth. Single curved handle stretches from the rim of the mouth to the back of the body. All black apart from two designs. One one side is a panther, with detail picked out in black paint and whose face is in an odd perspective. On the other side is a dog, with black and brown paint used for detail. Reserved line runs asround the body below the animals. The base is red and flat. 2003.24.0002.jpg
48.12.3 Interior black glaze, except a reserved band just inside rim. Upper body reserved with darker red and black decoration; Three horizontal brown lines around the outside rim, six sets of five vertical lines spaced evenly around the upper body alternating with four occurrences of three concentric circles surrounding a central dot. Three horizontal lines below it separate this section from the lower body which is black except for one reserved band in the middle. Handles are a darker reddish brown (2.5YR 4/6). There is an incised cross on the inside of one handle only. The slightly flared foot is also black with a reserved resting surface and underside. 2004.12.0005.jpg
49.1.2 The vessel is covered in black except for decorative bands at the lower part of the neck (red with black vertical lines) and the shoulder (egg-and-dot), the figural scene in the body zone, a frieze (stopt maeanders alternating with cross squares) below the figural zone, narrow bands at the join of body and foot as well as on each step of the foot, and the underside. The scene depicts a nude youth standing in a relaxed pose, 3/4-view to the right. He holds drapery, bunched up, under his left arm, and seems to converse with a drapped woman seated to the left on an undulating rock. She holds a mirror in her right hand. Both are diademed. A small, winged Eros flutters above them, and he has crowned the youth. A single branch emerges from behind the rock. Next comes an older Eros (depicted as an adolescent) seated near profile to the left (the seat is no longer visible), holding an opened box (the type that was used to house alabastra such as that which he decorates, according to Trendall and Cambitoglou 2.605). In the upper left field there is a rectangular motif with a short, black, vertical band on it (perhaps a window), and in the upper right field (behind Eros) a four-part rosette (rodakas) next to a strigil. Below, there is more vegetation. Relief dots detail xxx and added white has been used for xxx. 2013.99.0040.jpg
49.4.2 Woman with a fan and a ball, seated in a naiskos; kalathos on either side. The inner side of the rim bears a broad band (in the middle of the surface). The top surface bears traces of carelessly applied red colour. The edge is also black and its side surface bears a reserved line and a black line underneath, from which seem to be hanging short, vertical lines. The upper part of the neck is reserved, but bears a black band on its lower part. The rest of the neck is decorated with black colour, on top of which there is a tongue pattern in yellow (faded away) that contours the vessel (long, pointed on the bottom tongues). Below, there is a reserved line. Side A: The main scene depicts a female figure seated in a naiskos (monument with pediment, from whose upper part emerge palmettes and tendrils, epistylion, an ionic column on either side an top of a stylobates or crepis, the latter represented with a perpetual pattern of voluted motives and dots in between, framed by white lines, thin, black bands and white bands), on a diphros okladias. The woman is facing left, she is wearing a peplos, holding a fan with her right hand and a round object with the left one, below which there is a row of dots. She also wears a kalyptra and has her hair in a bun, from which emerge two wavy lines with round terminations. Behind her, at the level of her head, there is a window (square object with the middle part riddled). The naiskos is flanked by a kalathos on either side, decorated with black and yellow horizontal lines, tendrils and branches, as well as yellow tongues and yellow meander pattern. There is a row of yellow dots below each kalathos and a rosette on top. Below the row of dots underneath the left kalathos there is another rosette, whereas underneath the row of dots below the right kalathos there is a phiale. The details are executed with added yellow. The handles are black. The reverse is decorated with floral motifs: the area underneath the vertical handle is black, with an H-shaped black motif divided in two by a vertical line, on a round, brown background. The surface below the vertical handle depicts two fan-shaped palmettes, from which emerge elaborate, voluted floral patterns that expand to the surface below the horizontal handles. The lower part of the body is contoured by a wavy-like pattern on a brown background. The area below is black, although streaky on some areas, while the lowest part of the body is reserved but glazed. The foot is black, with a reserved resting surface. 2001.99.0150.jpg
49.8.11 On mouth three concentric black bands; dots on edge. Zigzag pattern on handle. On the shoulder, black tongues. The figure decorated body zone is framed by three thin horizontal parallel black bands. On the body two confronted lions, between which an incized rosette. Dots and irregularly drawn rosettes on the background. Two concentric circles on the underside of the base. 2003.97.0013.jpg
49.8.3 Interior: black with a central red dot. The underside of the rim has a leftwards laurel leaf pattern above a single red band. Palmette and tendril decoration below both handles. Side A: warrior with shield dressed in hoplite attire (but perhaps an Arimaspian, according to Schauenburg; cf. Hdt. 3.116), facing and fighting a griffin with traces of white on tail and mane. Rosettes in field. Side B: three robed women with yellow necklaces and hair decorations, facing left. Rhomboids with central crosses in field. Below the figures is a wave pattern. Stem, foot and base are black. 2004.04.0009.jpg
50.10.4 The mouth is black inside and out with a reserved rim. The neck and underside of handle are also reserved, while the top of the handle is black. The shoulder is decorated with short lines and four palmettes (of which one is upside down) linked with tendrils. The back of the body is black and the front bears the representation of a draped woman in an unnaturalistic posture. She is facing right with her head and chest turned back to her left. She is holding a case (kiste? with drawers?) in her right hand and extends out her left (the gesture is as if holding a phiale). There is reserved line under her feet and the woman looks as if she stepps on it. Additionally, the foot's upper surface is black. There is also a small, concave section at the centre of the base. 2013.99.0031.jpg
50.12.15 Interior is mainly unpainted with a black line (faded to orange) directly on rim, another slightly lower. Exterior has a series of straight and curved lines to left of centre there are two parallel vertical lines and far left two horizontal parallel scalloped lines. To the right a single curved line and at the bottom a small semi-circle adjoining the lower end of the vertical lines with an larged dot in the middle. 2003.98.0088.jpg
51.1.2 Interior and exterior of the mouth, neck exterior of handles black, fired mostly reddish brown. The underside of the rim has a reserved band. Underside of the handles reserved. The body is all black apart from the metope carryint the figure decoration and a reserved band decorated with radial-shaped motif beofre the black foot, decorated with two red concentric bands. Resting surface, underside of the foot. The top surface of the rim is decorated with two, concentric, red lines. Another marks the junction of the neck with the shoulder. The neck is black (reddish brown on the reverse side). The main scene begins from the top of the shoulder (under a red line), down the main part of the body. There are two confronted bulls with their heads bent downwards. Added red on partsof their bodies. Between them, there is an ivy leaf (heart-shaped). They step on a thin, black line, which separates the shoulder zone from the body metope. On the body, two warriors attack other two. All warriors have spears with teardroped terminations (three terminations are visible, the fourth is on a missing area) and wear helmets with coverings for the cheeks (only the right pair's are visible) with details (dots for the first and fillet for the second warrior) in added white (now fadded away). They all held shields as well. All are round, except for one. The right pair's episemata on the shields are visible (upper part of seated lion / tripod, rendered with added white that has fadded away), while the other pair's shields' interior is visible and so the porpax (handle) can be seen on the left warrior. Additionally, they all wear greaves. Added red on the contour of the shields, the interior of the shileds, helmest, one hoplite's greaves. Between the pairs there is an eight-pointed star. There are also two horizontal red lines below running around the body of the vase. Two horizontal red lines frame the reserved lower zone decorated with the linear motif. The foot is black, with two red horizontal lines. The base is reserved. 2010.98.0180.jpg
51.4.10 Offset rim and interior is glazed black but streaky allowing red to show through. The two handles are also black on the top and reserved underneath. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf on a long curling stalk. The main design on both sides is flanked by eyes, which have red centres and white incised bands around them, superimposed onto black. Side A is a seated youth in profile to the rightin chiton and himation (?. Added white on stool and red on chimation and fillet on his head. Side B is a tree (?) with detail added in red-purple . No substantial foot, but a reserved, flat base. 2010.98.0125.jpg
51.4.8 Neck and mouth, inside and outside, are black. Decoration in a panel. The top of th epanel is decorated with small balck tongues. Under them,lotus buds and flowers, purple patch on each flower, with a row of black dots above them. Cock to the right faces swan to the left, with extended wings. Added purple on wings. Above cock, dots and small line, ramines of an unidentified decorative pattern as background decoration? The rest of the body and three handles are black. The resting surface and interior of vessel are reserved. The glazed interior of the neck is decorated with 3 thin purple bands. Under the decorated panel, two thin purple bands, running all around the body of the vessel. Underside of the handles reserved.
51.4.9 The rim is black, both on the inside and on the outside. The back of the handle is also black, but the underside is reserved. The neck is reserved, but glazed apart from a thick purple band on its lower part. On the sloping junction of the neck with the shoulder, black tongues. Both interrupted at the joining point of the handle to the neck. The shoulder is covered with a guilloche (pattern of interwoven fillets) with teardropped terminations. In the middle of two upper and two lower black lines there are two rows of black dots that begin on the edge of the second left figure of the main scene and stop at the edge of the last person. In the centre of the scene, a male figure in profile to the right with as short mantle, a quiver on his back (Herakles) is attacking a kneeling Amazon. With his left hand, he is gradding her from the air and with the right he is holding a sword, with which he is ready to kill her. The Amazon, in profile to the left, is wearing a helmet, holding a very long spear with her arm and her shiled with the left. From his waist, her sword is hanging. This scene is flanked by two other battle scenes. On the left side, an Amazon is attacking a Greek. He is wearing a cuirass, helmet, he is hloding his spear and his shield and he is shown ready to fall down. Tha Amazon has atteacked him with her spear. She is wearing a helmet and a short chiton. On the right, an Amazon and a Greek are shown in profile running towards the left, projecting their spears. The Amazon is wearing a ahsort chiton and a helmet. She is holding her shield, covering large part of her body. A frontal head of a lion decorates the shield. A sword hanging from her waist. The male warrior wears a short chiton and has a shield and a helmet. The Amazons have long hair and wear helmets with longer and bigger crests. Incisions and added red are used for details. Added red: parts of the chitons of the warriors anad the Amazons, hair of the warrior in the middle, fillets on Amazon's heads and the frame of the shield of the running Amazon. Below the scene, there are two lines (not evenly formed at all in their length) and a band of added red. Below that, the vessel is black, with two concentric circles on the surface of the foot. The resting surface is reserved. 2013.99.0155.jpg
51.7.11 The interior and rim are black, except for two reserved bands on the interior, at the top and bottom of the lip. Just under the rim is a laurel wreath, facing to the right. A palmette fills the space beneath each black handle; a series of dots mark each handle zone. The scene on each side is bordered by two tendrils that emerge from the ground, in most cases flanked by two smaller tendrils; at the centre of each large tendril is a volute, from which spring two demi-palmettes. Side A: Wreathed, draped Apollo stands in 3/4-view to the right, holding a laurel branch in his right hand and a phiale and fillet in his upraised left hand. He faces a white-haired, bearded Papposilen, who stands in profile to the left. The Papposilen wears a taenia on his head, an animal skin (nebris) over a shaggy-white body suit, and slippers. He holds a mirror in his upraised left hand and a lyre and a fillet in his lowered left hand. Above him is bust of a goddess, probably Hera (or Leto, or Cyllene?), with her face in profile to the right, enclosed within a window, outlined in white. She wears a high crown and jewellry and holds a sceptre in front of her left shoulder. There are ivy leaves in the field. Side B: Two standing, draped youths, facing each other and wearing wreaths. The left figure has a 'V' drape on his chest and his left hand is barely visible; the right hand of the right figure emerges from his himation; he holds a branch out to his companion. Beneath the scenes is a band of right-facing waves. The lower body and foot are black, except for a reserved band on a groove at the top of the vertical surface of the foot, and the reserved underside. 2010.99.0139.jpg
51.7.2 Lid: The centre of the top of the lid is reserved, surrounded by two concentric bands—one red, one reserved— then a red circle, from which a band of tongues radiates. This is surrounded by a scallopped black band (fired red on one side), then an inverse wave pattern (waves leaning to the right), and finally a reserved band. The outer edge of the flange and the upper part of the body are glazed black. The remainder of the body is decorated with an egg and dot band (for which each eggs is a thick u circumscribed with a thin u), then a black band, then a wave band (with waves leaning to the right). The lower rim is reserved. The interior is glazed black, misfired to red on the underside of the top. Pyxis: Entirely glazed, fired mostly black on the exterior (with some red patches on the flange and the top of the body), and red on the interior. 2003.92.0198.jpg
51.7.5 Interior reserved; black glaze on mouth and upper half of neck, as well as upper half of handle; lower part of neck decorated with tongues that suggest ribbing; shoulder decorated (except under handle) with an egg-and-dot frieze between two black lines; reserved space at lower part of handle and handle attachment (interior) suggest that the mouth and neck were dipped. Body decorated with a frieze consisting of 7 clusters of three white dots at the top of a figural scene (arranged in upside down triangle shapes): a female figure, standing in 3/4-view to the left, in a relaxed posture with her left leg crossing her right, and her left elbow resting on a pillar (the curvy element in added white suggests that this is meant to represent natural rock). She wears a hairband and kekrphylon on her head, triple-dot earrings, two or three necklaces (two strands of white beads beneath a black line), two white bracelets on each wrist; a belted sleeveless chiton, and white slippers. She holds, in her upraised right hand, a mirror surrounded by white dots, and, in her left hand, a phiale that is surrounded by white beads, as well as a beaded sash. A large palmette, with a white dot on the heart and white dots on each volute, fills the space beneath the handle. From each volute emerges tendrils and floral decoration that frame the image of the woman. A 6-petal rosette fills the space to the right of the woman; to her left are a window and a dotted circle (cog-wheel?) in the upper left field, and an olive branch in the lower left field. On the body, beneath the figural scene, are a single reserved band and a thicker black band. The foot is reserved on the top element, and glazed black on the ridge and lower element; the underside and resting surface are reserved. 2008.99.0557.jpg
52.3.4 Interior: black spots on lip; alternating black and reserved bands on interior (restored), surrounding a tondo decorated with sphinx, profile to the right. Exterior: Rim decorated with a band of zigzags, slanted to the right; body decorated with an animal frieze, above two thick black bands; exterior of handles and foot glazed black (restored). The animal frieze shows (from under the preserved handle): a water bird, left wing outspread, profile to the right; billy-goats (4) grazing profile to left, alternating with panthers (3), profile to the right, each with left forepaw raised and head frontal; spots of varying sizes in the field. 2007.99.0153.jpg
53.8.3 Lip and interior glazed black, except a ram protome, profile to right, at the centre of a reserved tondo, outlined with an orange band. Exterior: lotus petals on the rim, interrupted only by the glazed handles and lugs, above a a thin glazed band at the carination (mostly orange-red), an invertedanimal frieze on the body or bowl, above a pair of thin bands above a thick band; bands decorating the foot on exterior and interior vertical surfaces; underside decorated with concentric circles (black between two lighter orange circles, enclosed by two darker orange circles). The animal frieze shows (from just above the black handle): a panther advancing to the right, head frontal, licking the horns of a grazing deer, profile to the left, between two pinecones, with a dotted line above his back; a panther advancing to the left, head turned frontal, a dotted lozenge, a lion advancing to the right, tongue licking the horns of a deer grazing profile to the left, with a row of chevrons above; a dotted lozenge. Below each creature is a dotted bull's eye (comprised of central dot, surrounded by a band, surrounded by a circle of dots). Additional ornaments, including dots and chevrons, in the field. 2010.98.0024.jpg
56.8.1 Reserved inside. Paint on outside is black, lustreless and largely worn towards base of body. Two handles painted black on top but reserved underneath. In handle zone, within a panel framed with bands of dots is an ivy spray (on both sides). Lower band of dots carried round below handles. Bottom of object is black until reserved band just above foot. Flaring foot, black on top and reserved and conical underneath. 2003.97.0946.jpg
56.8.4 Black inside and out except for an egg-and-dot band framed by two black lines at the front of the base of the neck, the figural design, and the reserved underside. Body: A satyr seated between two similar palmettes (the left one larger; each is comprised of a flower in the middle of two volutes framed by a short half-heart-shaped pattern on either side). The satyr is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a rocky mass that is spotted (perhaps it is covered with an animal skin). He looks profile to the left and he wears a taenia or band on his head, as well as a long, beaded necklace over his left shoulder and across his chest. He holds a phiale (its rim is marked with yellowish dots) in his left hand and a fillet in his right hand. The fillet is purple. The taenia, necklace, and rim of the phiale are coloured white with yellow wash. On the back a drip of (probably accidental) white paint. 2003.59.0004.jpg
56.8.8 On the exterior of the rim, S pattern. A fight of three warriors between onlookers; on the left, an onlooker between two runners, on the right, a runner between two onlookers and at the back a floral motif (lotus-palmette cross?): Two semi-spherical palmettes chained in the middle by circular bands, dotted in the centre, and held on a columnar motif with similar (only more conical) palmettes as endings (top and bottom) by black strips. Many of the figures appear to be holding spears (in the case of warriors) or have in front of them the same attribute (long, thin, vertical or diagonal lines). There are variations in the rendering of armour, hairstyles and drapery, mostly executed by incisions. The scene is framed by bands, top and bottom. Above the top band is a reserved circle, a thin, red, circular band and then the vessel is black up to the base where there is another red circular band. The interior of the footring is black. The broad, reserved base has a black circle inside a black band in the centre. Additionally, there are six dots (four are bigger) placed randomly on the reserved area of the bottom. Interior: The surface is black from the rim to the tondo, except for two, red, concentric bands approximately 1 cm within the carination, and a similar red band framing the tondo. Inside the tondo is a representaion of a cock in profile to the right with a flower-bud emerging in the background. Red paint: tail, wings. Moreover, incised over the red ring surrounding the tondo there is a mercantile graffito (?). The handles are black but reserved within. The underside of the foot decorated with black dot at the centre, surrounded by black band and 6 black dots around it, uncanonically placed 2003.95.0104.jpg
59.6.1 Glazed black on interior, except for a reserved concentric band in the middle of the bowl. Exterior: Black-glazed rim, exterior of handles, lowest part of body, stem, and upper part of foot. The lower part of the body is decorated with a floral frieze, consisting of (on either side) three palmettes. On side A, and the right palmette on side B, each palmette is dotted on either side of the central petal. The right-most palmette on side A has a vertical band (drip?) to its right. The left-most palmette on side B has a vertical worm on either side of it. Under each handle is an upright ivy leaf. Below this frieze are two narrow black bands. 2010.98.0333.jpg
62.5.1 Decoration is dark (brownish-black fading to red) on a light ground. The interior is decorated with bands around the rim and in the bowl (with an ill-made join). The exterior is decorated with a band around the rim, brown fading to red on the exterior of the handle, and another band where the cup tapers to the base, beneath which six narrow bands in dilute glaze are evenly spaced to the foot, the exterior of which is red. 2003.94.0035.jpg
67.7.3 Long aulos (probably the right half of a double aulos, a wind instrument played through [missing] reeds) which appears to have an inner surface of wood (?) with a bronze sheath and silver mounting (in four sections). Mouth is silver and has two grooves towards rim. Neck has small hole below mouth and no silver. Bulbous section to neck with bronze section between two silver sections below. Four holes down the length of the body, one apart from the lower three with a fifth on the reverse side in the gap. The hole of the reverse has a small thumb plate around it. Bronze section below which may have originally been silver, with a grooved silver section flaring slightly to end. Hollow inside. 2016.99.0285.jpg
68.12.3 Black glaze on the exterior of the upper element of the knob, with two rows of short vertical bars on the globular lower element. The attachment of the knob is surrounded by a thick band and a thin line, then tendrils atttaching 5 evenly spaced vegetal elements, namely a lotus bud, an 11-leaf palmette, a 5-leaf palmette, a 10-leaf palmette, and a 6-leaf palmette. This frieze is surrounded by a thick band, a row of dots, and a thicker band. The bevel and underside are completely reserved. 2008.99.0609.jpg
70.3.3 Applied red wash except lower body, foot and base, which are reserved. Black glaze is applied to the interior in a swirl and the rim is also black. Handles and large semicircular spaces under each handle were also treated with black glaze. Both sides depict an owl flanked by olive sprays. 2008.98.0449.jpg
71.6.1 Relief decoration consists of a double frame inscribing the upper rectangular part and, below, the face of a satyr, with an ivy wreath, furrowed brow, upraised eyebrows, large eyes, pointed nose, and long, rectangular beard, striated. 2002.97.0627.jpg
78.12.1 Shoulder decorated with egg pattern, three moulded rings around the edge of the discus. Moulded design of a oak ? garland on the discus. Pale buff wash. Marianne's corrections: Not an oak garland, it is a laurel victory wreath with ribbons. I don't see a wash. 2008.99.0677.jpg
78.12.12 Moulded rings around the edge of the discus, in the centre stands an eagle with outstretched wings and head turned to his left. Single volutes on both sides of the nozzle. Red wash inside and out. 2005.01.0110.jpg
78.12.15 Moulded ring around the discus, moulded decoration of an oak garland on the discus. Single volutes on both sides of the nozzle. Red wash all over, certain patches are darker than others. 2008.99.0794.jpg
78.12.19 Shoulder is decorated with a moulded pattern of a vine, on the discus is a standing figure orientated with head towards the nozzle, holding a hydra in right hand and to the left is an amphora. Above the figures head, on the decline of the discus is a pattern of rays. Pale yellow wash. 2008.99.0699.jpg
78.12.8 On shoulder is an egg and dart pattern, interrupted by the handle and the nozzle. on the discus is a moulded design perhaps of Odysseus under a ram. Red wash all over exterior. 2008.99.0064.jpg
79.1.15 Handle is the stem of the moulded bunch of grapes, extended from the grapes, to the left, are four round circles resembling fish scales; extended from them are five long, thin leaves resembling feathers. Top right of grapes is an opening; a purpose built hole. 2005.01.0091.jpg
79.1.5 Single band incision along the handle, both on the top side and the underside. A band across the handle at the highest point which does not reach all the way around the handle but does have an incision along it. 2005.01.0336.jpg
80.7.1 Interior glazed black, except a reserved band around the bottom of the bowl. Lip, lugs and exterior of handles also glazed black. Exterior: a band of lotus leaves on the rim, and a figural frieze on the body, with black bands above and below it; another black band just above the foot; the exterior and interior sides of the foot ring are black, while the resting surface is reserved; the underside is reserved, except for a black dot with black and red circles (one each) around it. The figural frieze shows: two confronting sirens, in profile, on either side of an inverse lotus bud; a water bird, profile to the left, turning its head profile to the right, back over its bod; two confronting panthers, both turning their heads to the front, on either side of an inverse lotus bud; another water bird, similar to the first except its beak touches its back. A 6-pointed star decorates the field beneath each creature. 2010.98.0222.jpg
83.9.31 One side of fragment is glazed black with a palmette design. Flowers are situated around a small, indented circle with six tiny indented 'U' shapes inside it. The other side of the fragment is mostly rserved, with a black band at the rounded part of the piece. Near the pointed part of the fragment there is an outer black circle, followed by a smaller black inner circle. Inside the inner circle there is a black dot. 2006.20.0139.jpg
83.9.6 An almost round, single fragment of a foot to a pot. Base of foot is reserved, with a black indented inner ring; inside this are three more reserved rings, surrounded by thin black circles. In the middle of the rings is a tiny black dot. There is a thick black band all the way round the sides of the foot. The side of this fragment which would have been the inside of the pot, is black and details four flowers grouped together. 2006.20.0121.jpg
E.2003.9.1 The jar has a small but quite pronounced neck leading to an ovoid body that descends to the pointed base. One part of the body is flattened. 2002.98.0036.jpg
E.23.40.1-4 One is a complete ring with an oblong panel on the top / front. The second piece is half a ring with what appears to be a crocodile (?) moulded on to the front. The third piece presumably was the top of the ring and is an oblong panel with incisions. All three are blue and glazed.
E.23.54 Green shabti, arms folded, shoulders are indicated by the drawing of the figure 'A' on either side of the upper body, there is an inscription in hieroglyphs. The figure is carrying a sack indicating that it is a worker, this is painted on the back of the right shoulder in black. 2008.08.0050.jpg
E.23.55 Light green in colour, arms crossed, details painted in black: eyes, the shoulders ('A' shapes), a basket indicating a worker on the back of the right shoulder, an inscription vertically down/up the front of the body. 2002.98.0980.jpg
E.23.56 Light green in colour, arms crossed, black pigment gives the details of the eyes, the shoulders ('A' shapes). a basket on the back of the right shoulder indicating a workman, an inscription running up/down the centre of the body. 2008.08.0098.jpg
E.62.3 Fragment of Memphite stele with figure worshipping and offering to Ptah, god of Memphis. The God can only be seen in the form of an arm and the crook he holds. The offering table between them holds a vase and two loaves. The underside of the frament appears to have rough inscriptions like some kind of practice work. 2002.98.0246.jpg
E.62.33 For grinding malachite, an antiseptic face paint. Double-bird design; tip of one 'wing' broken off (not missing). Hole for threading in top centre. [Other palettes represent deer, turtle, fish] 2002.98.0120.jpg
E.62.44 At base of shoulders and top of body are incised diagonal bars between bands. Five panels go around the body and are separated by incised chevrons between bands. Two panels show designs of leaves - possibly palm leaves. Two other panels show a collection of pictures which appear to consist of three leaves or feathers, an ear of corn perhaps and other agricultural objects (?). The fifth panel shows similar things to the last two described with the addition of a triangle with horizontal incised lines through it. None of the panels is next to a similar one. There is a flat ridge at the base. Painted to almost have a wood effect.
E.63.16 Small blue scarab on a flat base. The beetle has a line running down its thorax and little detail around the 'mouth'. The base is decorated with an ankh and two other symetrical unidentified symbols. 2002.98.0930.jpg
E.63.9 Light green pendant. The image is the goddess of Hathor, goddess of music and dance. Here she is depicted in the form of a highly stylized cow. At the top of the pendant is a loop for threading. The pendant is flat and has the cow-head engraved in the centre with an arch of concentric lines above the head Below the head on either side are parallel vertical lines divided by one horizontal line on both sides. 2002.98.0219.jpg
E.79.2 Such an offering plate was placed in a tomb to provide food for the deceased after death. The plate is oval in shape made with clay and a red slip. Offered here are two loaves of bread, a trussed bull and a leg of beef. The cross channel on the plate allowed the water that was ritually placed in the bowl to drain away down the hole. The water was placed there to moisten the food and provide a kind of magical soup for the deceased. 2005.88.0074.jpg
L.2005.7.8 Obv: Head of Athena, wearing an un-crested Corinthian helmet over a leather cap. Rev: Pegasus prancing to left. 2006.98.0010.jpg
L.2011.1.36 Image of a winged Eros holding a shell in left hand and an object in the right hand (alabastron?). Volute patterning between body and nozzle. 2011.97.0307.jpg
L.2011.1.53 Red glaze. Two figures in low-relief: on the right a human figure with legs outturned, on the left a human face (mask) with a sort of base or plate on the head; above the plate two legs of an incomplete human figure. On the sides of this composition two vertical patterns, composed by short horizontal signs with below a six-ends star. 2011.97.0356.jpg
L.2012.9.1 The discus contains a frontal, bearded figure of Zeus Sarapis behind an eagle with outstretched wings. A continuous border of volutes, possibly foliate, interspersed with dots with volutes enclosing the round nozzle. Three swastikas evenly spaced around the underside of the lamp. 2013.99.0097.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.1 Black glaze except for reserved band at join with foot and underside, including resting surface. At the front of the body, the shoulder is decorated with an incised ovolo grieze between two incised lines; this frieze is accentuated with white inscribing the eggs and white dots between the eggs. Beneath is another pair of incised lines between two rows of white dots. The body is decorated with a red band from which emerges, above and below, (ivy) sprays, in added white ‘gilded’ with yellow; two clusters of grapes (again white ‘gilded’ with yellow) hang from this band. Some clusters of three red dots on lower part of body. 2005.99.0060.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.25 Black except for the figural design, with friezes above and below it; reserved but ruddled resting surface. A. Horizontal friezes on neck and below figural scene, consist of two vertical bars alternating with circles, reserved bands above and below. Scene: nude satyr, standing profile to right, with his left foot raised on a rock, faces a draped woman, seated 3/4-view to right, with her head turned profile to left. He raises his right hand towards her, and rests his left arm on his knee. She holds a mirror in her upraised left hand. Five ivy leaves in field between them. B. Horizontal friezes on neck and below figural scene consist of chevrons to left, between reserved bands. Scene: Two draped youths in conversation, face each other on either side of a stele. Yellow and white details: white fillet on satyr, bracelets and necklace on woman, and spots on the mirroron Red wash on reserved areas suggests imitation of Attic red figure. A pair of incised lines run horizontally across side A, and another line runs horizontally across side B; further incised lines around the upper body of the woman indicate that these might be an artist’s guidelines. 2005.89.0068.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.29 Heavy fabric. Black all over except underside which is reserved and ruddled. Two handles, one either side are black all over. Stamped inside with four palmettes set crosswise, standing up in relief with an impressed frame.
REDMG:1935.87.3 Black inside, outside and rim. Handle is black all over as is top half of neck. Lower half of neck has an umbrella pattern with 12 tongues on top. Large palmette with tendrils under handle on body and tendrils either side of scene. Scene is a woman standing, facing right, holding mirror in right hand and a box in left looking at seated Eros who is holding a mirror in his right hand. Added yellow over white, and white on Eros's wings, mirrors, box and headresses. Traces of miltos. Reserved band beneath scene. Black foot but reserved resting surface and base. (Modern) red cross drawn on base.
REDMG:1935.87.30 Reserved interior. Pattern consists of three red bands on an almost white ground. Remainder of pyxis is reserved, as is the base, which is flat.
REDMG:1935.87.31A Red rim; two handles, coloured black. In the handle zone pomegranate pattern in three rows, the middle row red; below, one red line between two black; a broad black band with a pair of superimposed red lines at top and bottom; one red line an done black immediately above foot. Foot-ring black outside, two black rings on resting surface; inside of foot-ring red; on the bottom a central dot and pair of small thin rings, near the circumference a broad ring, all black. The edge of the flange supporting the lid, red. Handles black. Inside of bowl originally black with traces of one pair of red circles. 2006.20.0076.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.34 Inside is reserved except for inside of mouth. Top of mouth is red with black wave. Black palmettes on top of handles protrusions. Handles are made of two bars with large square at top. Black between handles and all down body. Side A has an arrow pattern on rim, ivy leaf and dot rosette pattern on lower half of neck, black tongues, warrior in the centre leading two prisoners. Warrior has shield helmet. Rosettes and fillet in field. Double row of dots either side and wave pattern underneath. Side B has an 'SSS' pattern with dots on rim, lower half of neck has ivy leaves with dot rosettes, black band, black tongues, scene of three youths in conversation with crossed circles in field, double row of dots either side and 'SSS' pattern with dots at bottom. Black body, reserved stem, black foot with reserved groove, resevred band at base. Reserved conical base. 2003.93.0007.jpg
REDMG:1947.13.1 Black mouth inside and out, otherwise reserved inside. Below the rim, on the lip, is a white laurel wreath, to right. On neck, between black handles, a 9-leaf palmette, with a black dot for heart and black dot on either side of central petal; black ridge between two black lines; frieze of vertical bars beneath each handle; beneath each handle a large palmette above a pair of volutes, from which emerge vegetal ornament. A: Attenuated ovolo frieze between two black lines; white ribbing (painted); two reserved bands; floral frieze with white head, to left, at centre, emerging from a calyx from which emerge also tendrils, berries, volutes, and blossoms; reserved frieze; scene. B: Continuous maeander to right, between two pairs of lines; black ribbing (painted) between two black lines; flanked by vegetal ornament, from which emerges quarter palmettes and volutes, a female head, profile to left, wearing white stephane, and white sakkos, from which emerges curly black hair, at front and black; white drop earring on an inverted triangle. Below the body zone, around the entire vase, is a decorative band consisting of dotted cross squares (1) alternating with stopt maeanders to left (3) between two reserved bands; black below. Scene, A: A woman, standing in 3/4-view to the right, with head profile to right, hair emerging from the back, a sleeveless, belted chiton, a himation draped over her left arm, a pair of white slippers, holds a palmette fan, with white detail, in her upraised left hand, and a branch (similar to a thyrsos) in her left hand, at a diagonal. She also wears a white stephane and a sakkos with black and white detail, from the back of which emerges a tuft of hair, a white beaded necklace between two thin chains (rendered by black lines), and white snake bracelets on each arm. She faces a naiskos enclosure, decorated in gilded white, with thin Corinthian columns and a black pediment, on a podium decorated with a simple continuous maeander to right, between a two pairs of white lines. Enclosed within the naiskos is a warrior, rendered in white with yellow details, seated in 3/4-view to the left, on a himation, with his legs crossed, and his left elbow resting on the back of his seat. He holds a crested helmet in 3/4-view to the right, at which he stares, and a diagonal spear in his left hand. On the ground below him is a small shield. To the right is a nude youth, standing in a reclining pose, 3/4-view to the left, wearing a white fillet in his hair, and white slippers. He holds a himation, bundled up around his left arm, and an opened box as well as a dotted, fringed sash, in his right hand. A thin rectangular element, perhaps a dagger, emerges from the opened box. A (heart shaped) ivy leaf hangs in the field above him. White dotted lines indicate the groundline between all figures. Details on the shoulder rays and, ornaments in the field, and all figural scenes are rendered in added white, sometimes 'gilded' with yellow wash. 2003.93.0004.jpg
REDMG:1951.131.1 Black rim and neck, except for a thin reserved band just above the join with the body; body decorated with three reserved bands above an egg-and-dot band and another reserved band; row of white dots at top of figural scene. Below, band comprised of stopt maeanders (3) alternating with cross-in-square (1), between two reserved bands; broad reserved band at join of body and foot; reserved band on lowest ridge of foot as well as resting surface and underside. A: A draped woman runs in 3/4-view to the right but looks back, profile the left. She holds in her lowered right hand a wreath from which a garland hangs and in her upraised left hand a box (decorated with bands, chevrons, and zigzags, as well as white dots above the box), while drapery falls over her left arm. She wears a stephane and a kekryphylon with dangling ribbons, beaded earrings and double necklace (indicated by white dots), double bracelets on each wrist, a belted, sleeveless chiton, and slippers. In the field are a fillet (upper left), a rosette with five white dotted petals and a yellow centre (upper right), and a shrub with berries (lower centre), as well as a white dotted groundline rising slightly to the right. B: Eros, holding a beaded necklace in his extended right hand, is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a flower. The leaves and buds of the same plant elaborately fill the field beneath and around him. He wears attributes that are similar to those of the woman on A: stephane, kekryphylon, earring, double beaded necklace, double bracelets, and slippers. He also wears a beaded baldric diagonally across his chest and ankle bracelets (3 on each ankle) and a baldric comprised of a row of white dots arranged diagonally across his chest, over his left shoulder. Added white is used for details of Eros' wings as well as the jewelry, box decoration, slippers, vegetation and groundlines, as well as the centre parts of the eggs on the egg-and-dot band. 2003.94.0080.jpg
REDMG:1951.141 Black on interior except for a reserved band just below the lip. Black on exterior, except for a frieze of tongues underneath the rim on both sides, but not above handles; figural scenes on body. A: Partridge profile to the left; tendrils in lower left field; circle and tendrils in upper right field. B: Satyr head, profile to left; tendrils in lower left and right fields; quarter palmette in upper left field; single palm leaf in upper right field. Although female heads are more popular in such contexts, the large red element in place of the ear is probably a horn and indicates that this is a representation of a satyr. The decoration in the lower left field of the B side indicates the addition of a second layer of black glaze, in a manner than changes the image (from a large tendril to a small tendril below an L-shaped element.
REDMG:1951.143.1 Shoulder decorated with yellow ivy wreath from which dangles an actor's mask at centre: white face to left with yellowish-brown hair, head and features. On either side, a pair of purple-red fillets with white dots and white strings at the bottom, inside long yellow dotted branches. White line around shoulder, above vertical ribbing. Otherwise black glazed except for reserved areas in uneven band around join of at bottom of ribbing, foot and underside. 2001.99.0005.jpg
REDMG:1951.147.1 Entirely black, except reserved on the inside of the spout and the underside including resting surface, and red figure decoration: line at middle of neck; ray band at lowest part of neck, above dots; figural scene between two sideways palmettes, enclosed, from the outside bottom of each emerges tendrils; short ray band at interior of lower handle attachment; 10-leaf palmette at exterior of lower handle attachment; flange decorated with egg-and-dot band, beneath a black line; the sides are decorated with an ivy design, effected through incision (tendrils) and added white (leaves). Reserved line band just below join of body and foot. The figural scene on the shoulder depicts seated youth seated profile to the right, facing a woman, seated profile to the right, but turning profile to the left. The youth, nude except for a hairband, sits on drapery, alongside which he hangs his left arm, and reaches a wreath, held in his left hand, towards the woman; she, wearing a crenellated stephane and a belted chiton, is seated perhaps on a cushion (comprised of dots), helds her right arm, slightly lowered, towards the wreath, and holds a box in her slightly raised left hand. A four-petal rosette is beneath her right arm. 2005.99.0048.jpg
REDMG:1951.153.1 Decorated with geometric designs in medium brown paint: stripes in two directions on the head; two horizontal bands around neck, above vertical bands; scalloped designs on chest of bird; wings delineated with two bands on either side, filled with s-pattern; horizontal bands on neck; bands on either side of an ‘x’ behind the handle; top of tail filled with tall zigzags. Reddened inside mouth and around the neck 2005.90.0025.jpg
REDMG:1951.158.1 Black except for the underside and an oblong panel at front, which encloses a palmette with a chevron heart and a raindrop in the field on either side. A row of14 black dots fills the top frame. Reserved areas ruddled, except for the underside. 2004.99.0782.jpg
REDMG:1951.159.1 On neck, between black handles, an enclosed palmette (11 petals on A and 9 petals on B; with two concentric arcs for heart on A, black dot for heart on B), black dot on either side of central petal, and black dot in the upper corners; black ridge below black line; frieze of vertical bars below each handle attachment; beneath each handle two superimposed palmettes, with a pair of volutes between, from which emerge tendrils, sprouting quarter palmettes. A: egg-and-dot frieze, between two black lines; white ribbing (painted); two reserved bands; floral frieze on shoulder (four volutes from which emerge flowers, tendrils and secondary volutes) emerging from the lower right; two reserved bands; scene. B: Continuous maeander to right, between two black lines; black ribbing (painted) between two pairs of black lines; a female head, profile to left, wearing a sakkos, from which emerges curly black hair, at front and back. Below the body zone, around the entire vase, is a decorative band consisting of dotted broken stopt maeanders to left (pattern doesn’t match up on side B, to the left) between two reserved bands; black below. Scene, A: A naiskos comprised of two Corinthian columns supporting a tapered epistyle and black pediment, on top of a podium (white maeander on a brown background, between alternating black and white horizontal bands). Two white female figures stand within the naiskos. The figure at left, standing in 3/4-view to the right, wears a himation over her left arm and hips, over a peplos (decorated with two vertical purple bands on the chest). Her hair is bound in a sakkos from which emerges hair at front and back; her jewelry includes a beaded necklace and two bracelets on each wrist. She holds a fan in her raised left hand as well as a wreath in her lowered right hand. She faces another woman (probably the deceased) who is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a stool (diphros) and rests her feet on a footrest (hypopodion). She wears a short sleeved chiton and a purple himation that she holds above her right shoulder in an unveiling gesture (anakalypteria). Her hair too is bound in a sakkos, from which emerges hair at the back; she wears two necklaces, one beaded, and two bracelets on each arm. A small ornament (or pures) hovers in the field between the two women. On either side of the naiskos is a kalathos (basket), below a rosette (red with added yellow and white), above a pair of white balls interspersed with clusters of three white dots, and above a double line of white dots. Each basket (both are identical) is decorated with a cross-square with intervening triangles (top) and alternating bands of zigzags, and white and black lines, as well as a band of vertical bars. 2005.89.0030.jpg
REDMG:1951.160.1 within. Interior and mouth glazed black with two reserved bands at top and bottom of rim. On exterior, below rim, a frieze of tendrils, with lotus buds above and below. Black handles, with reserved bands between attachments, and enclosed half palmettes below, from the sides of which emerge tendrils with volutes that encroach in the figural scenes. Below the figural scenes is a band of slanted ‘z’s, between two reserved bands. Black below, except for the recessed element at the top of the foot, which is reserved, a narrow band at the bottom of the foot on the exterior, and the reserved underside. The reserved parts of the volute frieze and figural scenes are reddened. Scene, A: A woman standing in 3/4-view to the right, wears a black beaded necklace, a sleeveless belted chiton, and two black bracelets on each wrist. Her hair is tied in a ponytail. She holds a torch in her advanced left hand, while her right hand, downturned, is also slightly raised. She faces a youth, nude except for a chlamys draped over his left arm and slippers, who stands in 3/4 view to the left, reaching toward the woman with his right hand. Between the figures, in the upper field, is a window frame, while a large tendril, with volute, emerges from the ground, between them. In the field behind him is a leaf. B: Two robed youths, standing profile, with their right legs advanced, face eachother across a narrow stele. Above them is a circle with a black line vertically through the centre and an 'H' drawn on top (probably halteres). 2003.95.0072.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.105 Upper part of female(?) figure with bouffant hair-do with traces of pink. Traces of red on lips. Figure is wearing white tunic with vertical red stripes, and green belt with large buckle. Perhaps holding an eagle on right arm. Made of white plaster and is coarse. Back plain. 2006.20.0433.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.20 Black glazed (but fired red in places) except for reserved underside including resting surface. Shoulder: six narrow red bands between two pairs of narrow white bands. On widest part of body, two red bands between white lines, with an intervening white line. Broad red band on exterior of foot.
REDMG:1953.25.26 Black mouth, interior and exterior, with a red band on lip; handle black on exterior. Shoulder: inner band of black tongues and an outer circle of daisy petals. Black body and upper part of foot; black band on resting surface; otherwise reserved. 2003.93.0394.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.27 Handle black on exterior. Shoulder: inner band of black tongues and an outer circle of rays, black alternating with white. Black body and upper part of foot; two red lines, one at top of body and one 2/3 down the body. 2005.99.0085.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.28 Handle black on exterior. Shoulder: inner band of black diagonal lines and an outer band of longer black diagonal lines. Body: reserved band decorated at front with a pair of black lines above a simple maeander to right; broad black band; reserved band decorated at front with a band of black sloping ‘z’’s between two black lines; black on lower part of body and upper part of foot; otherwise reserved. 2003.93.0396.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.29 Handle black on exterior. Shoulder: inner band of black vertical bars and an outer band of black diagonal lines. Body and upper part of foot black; otherwise reserved. 2001.99.0095.jpg
REDMG:1953.41.1 Decorated entirely in black glaze except for the decorated tondo, the reserved resting surface (and perhaps also reserved handle zones which are, however, unclear because it is obscured by deposits). The centre of the bowl is decorated with a reserved circle in which is seated an abstracted human figure, perhaps a Scythian (wearing a mitra), holding a drinking horn. 2005.99.0133.jpg
REDMG:1964.1653.1 Thin neck and wide body with thin stem and base. Traces of an uneven black colouration around shoulder. Moulded rings around base. Although broken, base seen to be wider than stem. Black, circular discolouration on base and on shoulder. 2003.93.0155.jpg
REDMG:1964.1719.1 Cylindrical shape - the lower half of an alabastron. Heavy object. Patterning appears to be naturally formed into lines, giving different colours and texture. Rounded base means the object does not stand. 2006.20.0107.jpg
REDMG:2004.95.1 Interior of mouth black; lip reserved; exterior of mouth black, as is handle (repainted); vertical bars at the bottom of the neck; lotus-dot chain on the shoulder; Dionysos riding on a mule, between two satyrs, one holding a maenad. Below the figural scene is a black band, a reserved band, and then a black zone extending to the foot, which is black on the top, reserved on the convex surface and the underside. Figural scene: A nude satyr (in a crouching pose) runs profile to the right, holding a maenad on his shoulder; the maenad, who turns her head profile to the left, stretches her arms to either side and holds a rhyton in her slightly upraised left hand. She wears a kekryphylon (red), necklace (incised) and himation. Dionysos, seated on a mule, rides profile to the right; the god, wearing a red and blck ivy wreath and a himation decorated with red dots, holds a red keras (horn of plenty) from which emerge ivy tendrils that serve as a backdrop for the entire scene. Leading the mule (through use of a white rein, of which a ghost remains) is another nude satyr, running profile to the right, while he turns his head profile to the left. Other details include red on the beards and tails of satyrs and a red fringe for the foremost satyr. Incision is used extensively for anatomy and drapery. An unusual effect is created through the use of incision for the forearm of the leading satyr, which he lays across his torso, which is not incised save for two small circles to indicate his nipples. 2004.99.0868.jpg
TEMP.2002.7.1 Bowl with two handles, the rim has a black band around the top which goes both inside and outside the bowl. Below this on the inside, is a very thick black band that stops to leave an empty circle in the centre of the bowl. The handles begin about an inch below the rim on the outside of the bowl, but curve up and out to finish roughly on level with the rim. They are painted with black glaze only on the underside. Above the base of the handles there is a subtle ridge, below which there are three lines of pattern, which look like petals. Below these, there is a thin black band, a small space, and then a thick black band which goes down to the ridge of the foot. The foot itself appears to consist of two flattish disks, the lower with a black band round it. On the bottom of the foot, there is another black band part way in, and then a smaller one with a black dot in the middle. 2002.97.0223.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.2 Larger piece (1) is made of three fragments and shows the top of the front panel with a pattern of horizontal palmettes with dots in field above a scene of a woman, with head covered, facing a youth wearing a long tunic and holding a long stick (?). The vertical panel pattern on the left hand side is of two dots, staggered and joined by a line. Detail picked out in watery glaze and black. The inside surface of both pieces is almost ribbed and the glaze is streaky. The smaller piece (2) has remains of a thick handle with a palmette pattern below it. The design on the front has the same horizontal and vertical panels as the other piece but has an old (bearded) man facing left also in long tunic. Both pieces bend upwards to what would have been the mouth and there is a possibility this would have been trefoil shaped.
TEMP.2003.6.12 The internal surface of all the fragments is black. External: a) The rim is black, however,it appears red on an area. The back of the handle is black (the inner surface is reserved), but the area between the two parts of the handle creates a horizontal, reserved band. Below that, there is part of a black band and part of a reserved area. b) the rim is black. Below, on the left, there is part of a wavy? vertical black band, while on the right there are two small, black spots, parts of a motif. c) There is part of the black band that decorates the rim. d) There is a black band on a reserved area and part of a motif that resembles a ribbon? below which spring thin lines. 2006.20.0466.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.17 The interior of the vessel is black apart from the lowest part of o, whose lower part bears a reserved but glazed line. Exterior: a) On the right side, there is the upper part of a seated woman (part below her waist is missing). She is draped and wears a stephane (fillet) on her head. On the left side there is a floral motif whose stem is a wavy line that expands to the left. b) There is the back side of another seated draped female figure. c) The front side of the previous female figure. She is holding an alabastron with both her hands. d) On the lower left part there is the largest part of a voluted palmette with petal shaped divisions, connected with a tendril. The area next to the spring of the one part of the handle is reserved. e) On the bottom right there is the rest of the previous palmette, also connected with a tendril. f) On the bottom right there is the upper part of a palmette and on the upper left there is part of a tendril's volute. The area on the left of teh one spring of the handle is reserved, but glazed (plaster on top). g) Uneven black surface. h) A small part of the volute of the tendril of f and the stalk of a flower. i) Part of an inverted palmette, connceted with (part of ) a tendril, with (occasional) leaves on its sides. j) Small line, part of a tendril. k) Part of a tendril's volute. l) A figure's projected forearm and hand (figure's depicted on n?). m) On the right side, there is the stalk and part of the stem of a flower and a line that seems to be part of a tendril. n) Part (head missing, neck and shoulder are scraped off, area below the knees missing) of a draped standing figure that has the left hand around the waist. o) The lowest part of a figure's drapery.
TEMP.2003.6.25 Fragment of the middle segment of a plate(?) chalice(?) with the stem that would have held it up broken off. Exterior, white, interior black with two slightly faded relatively thin white lines that would have made a circle, with a white blob (part of an X?) and a red dot on and in between the lines of the possible X within the circles.
TEMP.2003.6.4 a) The top surface of the rim is black and so is the interior, apart from a reserved area at the end of the rim that bears a thin, black line. The neck is decorated with a vague representation of a brach with laurel leaves. The joining point of neck and body that is preserved bears part of a black, thick line. b) The interior and top surface of the rim is black, with the exception of a reserved band on the end of the rim (interior) that bears a thin, black line. c) The handle is black, except for the surface that would not have been visible if it was attached on the vessel, which is reserved (but glazed). Around the spring of the handle there is a motif between two thin lines that resembles the ionic cyma (egg-and-dot). The rest of the vessel is black, both on the outside and the inside. d) The handle is black, apart from the surface that would not have been visible, where there are two dots. Around the spring of the handle there is part of the ionic-cyma motif. e) There is part of the ionic cyma motif that the handle bears around its spring and the rest of the surface is black (interior and exterior), apart from part of a small chess-shaped motif, framed by a line above and two below. f) It is black apart from an area that bears a small part of the motif that contours the springs of the handles, a small, diagonal, reserved band (exterior) and a reserved band (interior). g) The surface is black (interior and exterior) except for three thin lines that are reserved. h) The interior is black. Exterior: Above a double-meander pattern, placed on a reserved band and between two lines, there are two heraldic lion paws, even though the details have fadded away. i) The interior is black. Exterior: The lower part of the drapery and the foot of a figure, surrounded by black colour. j) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of a vertical, reserved thin band is standing on a broad, reserved band that bears between two black lines part of a pattern that consists of a meander and a cross on its right. The cross is contoured by a reserved area (around its sides), while its is executed on a black background. k) The interior bears a thin, reserved band. Exterior: The back part of a male figure's head and shoulder, as well as part of the drapery. l) Black interior. Exterior: The male figure's shoulder and part of his draped body. On his right there is the outer part of the motif that contours the springs of the handles. m) Part of the male figure's leg, knee and tibia, which is projected, as if he is ready to take a step. On the left top side there is part of a vertical, thin, reserved band (upper part of a walking-stick). n) Black interior. Exterior: The lowest part of the figure's drapery and a vague representation of his feet ? He appears to be standing on a pattern that consists of a chess-like motif close to two, double-meander ones, framed by two lines above and one below. o) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of the figure's walking-stick that seems to stand on the double-meander pattern. On the left of the walking-stick, there is part of the back side of another draped figure (male), with the same careless rendering of the feet. p) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the walking-stick and drapery of the second figure. q) Black interior. Exterior: Small part of the second figure's drapery. r) Black interior. Exterior: Small part of the second figure's drapery. s) Small part of the second figure's drapery. t) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the lower termination of the second figure's drapery as well as his right foot? On the left, part of his walking-stick. He seems to be standing on part of the double-meander pattern. u) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the pattern that consists of the chess-like motif, next to part of a double-meander one, on top of which there is the lowest part of a figure's foot? (clumsily rendered). v) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of the drapery and right foot of another similar figure that satnds on the double-meander pattern. w) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. x) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. y) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. z) Black interior. Exterior: Part of a male figure's arm and hand. aa, ab and ac) Part of the rim and neck. The exterior bears a broad black band and the interior bears a reserved area between two black bands. ad) There is a reserved line on the interior, while the exterior is black, apart from a reserved spot of unclear shape and another, similar one that bears a thin, black line. 2006.20.0469.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.8 The interior is black, apart from a reserved line on the upper part of the rim. a) The rim bears a black band. Below, there is a palmette on the left of the fragment (an almost round centre from which emerge petal-shaped divisions), as well as part of a carelessly rendered curving line. On the left there is the right part of a figure next to three barnches with dots on either side. There are also four large dots on the background. b)The rim bears a black band. The rest of the surface appears to be reserved. c)The rim bears a black band. On the right side there is the largest part of a palmette (round center, rendered with added red and petal-shaped divisions). There is part of a black line that contoured the handle (partially covered with adhesives and plaster). On the left, there is another figure (carelessly rendered, between three similar branches (on the right) and part of an (undecipherable) object that consists of black colour, incisions and added red colour. There are also four large dots on the background. d) The rim bears a black band. There is part of the object on the left side of c and on its left there is part of a black dot. e) On the left side there is part of a curving line with a voluted ending (tendril?), which is connected to a palmette (voluted, with round center and petal-shaped divisions). Next to that there is an object that consists of three parts. The upper is round and the details are rendered with incisions and added red, the middle part is a small dotted branch and the lowest part is a short, vertical, thin band (thyrsos?). From its middle part emerges another dotted branch. There are five large dots on the background. On the right side of the fragment there is the left part (small part) of a figure? (carelessly rendered). f) The part of the lowest body that is preserved bears the terminations of palmettes? depicted on the body (short, clumsily rendered bands are preserved). There is also a reserved thin line between two broad brown bands. The foot is also brown and so is the inner sude surface of the foot. The rest is reserved, with the exception of five thin, concentric circles on the base. g) The fragment bears the lowest part of a palmette (the left volute and part of the round center)on the left and part of the reserved area between the two brown bands.
TEMP.2003.7.31 Small figurine, possibly an animal, because the nose/mouth is pointed like a snout. Has two small holes for the eyes, and three holes above them. The neck is thinner than the head, and the arms are clearly defined, although are broken. The figure is of a red colour, with remants of black paint on the head and lower back.
TEMP.2003.7.32 Small figurine, possibly an animal. Pinkish colour, with remnants of black paint on the back, on the left arm and on the main body. Appears to be scratching head with the right arm, and the feet are distinguishable from the legs because they are at an angle.
TEMP.2003.7.36 Fragment, clay beige colour. Side b has a small area of black at the bottom. Side a has a small area of black at the top, and a little at the bottom, with an area of red int the middle.
TEMP.2003.7.48 Obverse: Augustus' name inscribed around SC. Reverse: an anvil, surrounded by the inscription 'AAAF III VIR'. 2008.02.0106.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.76 Terracotta fragment, shaped roughly like an arrowhead. Black gloss on both sides, slightly shiny. 2006.20.0553.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.
TEMP.2007.3.52 Obverse: head of Apollo; Reverse: Numa before an altar about to sacrefice a goat 2007.99.0202.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.59 Obverse: head with cloth headress and moustache Reverse: male in toga with people behind, at an altar? 2008.02.0121.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.73 Obverse: head of a young boy (Caracalla) with laurel DRPD Reverse: Caracalla standing dressed as a soldier holding an orb and a spear
TEMP.2007.3.80 obverse: Head of Constantine reverse: A building or an ornament 2008.02.0058.jpg
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