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There are 11 objects for which Decoration contains → angle
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
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
2006.12.55 Black and brown lines on white background running parallel; near edge of fragment others at perpendicular angle to other lines; worn decoration 2007.03.1119.jpg
2008.7.28 Exterior: beige glaze overpainted by black horizontal line just under the rim, also four (three thin, one thick) parallel black lines running at a steep angle down from the rim. Rim: five thick black lines parallel to each other and perpendicular to the rim.
2008.7.48 Exterior: two thick brown parallel horizontal lines, the upper of which has two thin brown parallel lines coming off at a shallow angle.
2009.10.1.5 Oblique angle to the left of bearded male figure, wearing a helmet. Cast Numbers - 952
37.11.1 Black, partly fired to brick-red, on brownish-buff. On mouth and shoulder daisy pattern; on handle three bands of vertical zigzags. Main zone: scales, drawn with parallel incised lines with red teardrops occupying angle in alternate rows. Two bands below, then tongues. Base shows one band and a dot in the centre. 2003.03.0010.jpg
E.23.49.5 Triangular, serrated on longest edge; right angle where held, slight notch for gripping. Underside flat, word 'Scraper'written on otherside, light brown in colour. 2002.98.0145.jpg
E.63.13B Fragment preserves part of the lip and also the base of what was a shallow bowl. There is is a darker blue curved line following the angle of the bowl suggesting that there was a decoration at the bottom of the bowl. The piece comes from a spoilt lot from the lower levels of the city, which is suggested by the extra thick layer of glaze that is present on the lip. 2002.98.0959.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.21 Trefoil mouth with thickened rim and flattened lip; broad neck joining bulbous body in a continuous curve (except for a slight ridge around base of neck [CHECK]), down to the low ring foot. A vertical strap handle slopes down slightly from the mouth and turns at a right angle back to rejoin the broadest part of the body. Black gloss except on underside. 2003.93.0037.jpg
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.
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