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14.9.47 Panel decoration. Broken wave band on neck; below this the end of a broad band and the beginning of a thinner vertical line bordering the panel on the right; within this frame a network composed of papyrus motives, horizontal and facing left with circles in the blank spaces. Inside a broad band extends from the top of the fragment (and presumably from the top of the vase) to the level fo the top of the band on the outside, the rest reserved. 2003.01.0082.jpg
2006.12.31 Black on white pattern, very rough and imprecisely drawn. On base lozenges fan out from blank circle, on sides rays emanating from base 2007.03.0970.jpg
26.8.2 Top of mouth broad band between two pairs of lines with two bands on side. Grazing goat to right, body framed in dots. Added red on hindquarters. Field rosettes with incised circle at centre. Below goat three bands with the middle one broader. Behind goat is a heart shape within a circle. Large area left blank in the 'white style' on opposite face to goat. On base is three bands with a dot in the centre. 2002.97.0057.JPG
34.10.5 Inside, is black but partly misfired red around the rim. Outside, from top to bottom, red and black depending on how it was fired. Traces of two red bands, blank band with leaning vertical lines down to base. Red foot and on base black, red, black lines. 2003.02.0069.jpg
E.23.17 Face comprises top third of piece, angular. Detail on face uses black pigment (beard. eyebrows and what may be hair). Face and clothing in light coloured pigment, green is used around the eyes, the upper body decoration consists of a large red band, a smaller black band of dashes, a blank band, a light blue band, another black dash band, a thick black band, another dash band, another thick red band, another dash band, another blank band, another thin dash band, and finally a thick band made of black tear shaped vertical stripes. There is also some black pigment on what appears to have represented the shoulders. 2007.99.0037.jpg
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