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There are 4 objects for which Decoration contains → arc
2006.12.73 Black paint on both inside and outside; outside has four white paint arcs that could be concentric white circles, inside has single white paint arc; decoration worn 2007.03.1148.jpg
2007.4.208 Two parallel white lines with a white arc in corner
50.12.1 A thick clay fragment showing below the rim and in line with the area of the handle zone; a pattern of joined arc-shaped bands and immediatly before the handle a vertical line joining the horizontal lines that surround the arc motif. On top of rim there is a single narrower curved painted band. 2006.20.0161.jpg
REDMG:2004.98.1 Black on interior and exterior of mouth; reserved upper lip; restored neck; handle black on exterior; shoulder: band of vertical bars above black rays pointing toward the carination. Body: double lotus-palmette frieze, bilaterally arranged, on either side of a 'chain' (row of dotted circles inscribing incised circles. Incisions also used for palmettes; attenuated white lines (side leaves of lotuses) arc over the palmettes. Below the main zone is a thin black band, a thick black band, and a black zone that extends to the top of the foot. The foot is also decorated with a black line at the lowest part of the vertical edge of the foot, and is reserved on the underside and resting surface. 2004.99.0924.jpg
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