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11.10.12 Ribbon handle with projecting ends. Inside is black with two red bands at centre. On turned-in rim, one black band (level with the bottom of the handle) and one red band. The body is decorated with black lanceolate leaves bordered on the outside by five lines alternating black and red, on inner by two lines and band in black. The foot is decorated with black band and, on the base, a wide red band, two thin black bands, two central bands and a dot. 2003.97.0241.jpg
2007.4.132 Both sides painted black, slightly damaged, with a large black cross painted across the front, bordered by black lines 2006.78.0040.jpg
2007.4.135 Two black lines painted across, bordered by red, slightly worn 2006.78.0043.jpg
2007.4.139 Black painted rim bordered by red stripes, very worn
2007.4.143 Drak red lines on one side, bordered by orange lines
2007.4.145 Thick orange band bordered by two red bands, slightly worn
2007.4.155 One thin red line around the middle of the fragment, a thicker red line at the bottom, both bordered by darker red lines
2007.4.162 Painted red on one side, slightly worn. On the other side, red stripes bordered by orange
2008.9.15 Interior: greyish-black wash with a band of unfinished terracotta running parallel to longest edge of fragment. Several narrowly and irregularly spaced parallel horizontal lines overpainted on the wash and unfinished section. Exterior: greyish-black wash overpainted, covering roughly half of exterior of fragment. Next to this is a band of unfinished terracotta bordered above and below by parallel lines overpained in a brownish-red colour.
2008.9.28 Interior: greyish-black wash covers half of the interior, the other half is left unfinished. Exterior: A wide pinkish-red strip is overpainted across the centre of the exterior. Above this is the remains of a parallel greyish-black line with 4 greyish black vertical lines attached to it. Below are 2 unfinshed circles, bordered by a greyish-black outline.
22.3.5 Body: below the flanged rim, key; below, a broad band. On the reserved base a spiral incised when the vase was leather-hard. Inside reserved with a broad band immediately inside the rim and a line below it; at the centre two small concentric circles. Lid: knob reserved with a broad painted band between two mouleded fillets round its base; main zone, palmette-lotus band bordered above and below by a pair of fine lines and a broad band. Round the rim leaf and bar pattern. Inside reserved. 2011.03.0009.jpg
22.9.2 Black interior. Exterior body decorated with tall lotus bordered with dots, between upright palmettes framed with tendrils. Ivy leaf beneath each handle. 2003.18.0002.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
26.2.24 Interlaced lotuses and palmettes with details in red and incision, bordered above and below by lines of thinned black, on yellow-ish buff ground; buff black zone with two thin red bands along the top. Inside black. 2003.45.0070.jpg
26.2.24A-B Interlaced black lotuses and palmettes with details in red and incision, bordered above and below by two lines of thinned black less than a half centimeter apart, on yellowish buff ground. Underneith the second red line on the bottom there are three .1 width lines, with the bottom line bleeding into a broad black zone which contains two 2 thin .5 width red bands .5 apart from each other, the first starting immediately under the last of the three small black lines, while everything underneith and between the red lines is black. Inside black. 2013.04.0055.jpg
26.2.33 Black (partly fired red) on thin creamy-buff slip. Outside, on edge of rim blobs; on body bands. Inside, on flat rim solid triangles and dots bordered by narrow bands of diluted black, on body key pattern; between this and the rim two bands, the outer and broader red, the inner black with thin, almost golden, inner edge. 2013.04.0078.jpg
26.2.97 On shoulder, small bit of tendril. Round top of body triple pomegranate band bordered by pair of lines above and below. Head of horse with applied red on mane. 2013.04.0226.jpg
26.8.1 Interior black and exterior decorated with black ornament. Black band on handle extending down each side, with horizontal bars between. On the body are panels or vertical strips of check pattern, herring-bone, cross-hatched lozenges and (bordered above by a row of dots), chevrons flanked by horizontal zigzags and at each end a vertical zigzag and this pattern is repeated on the other side. The lower part of body is black to base, which is reserved and flat. 2003.97.0768.jpg
50.5.2 The interior and rim are black, except for two red bands just inside the rim. The underside of the rim is decorated with a leaf-like band of design. The spaces between the attachment points of the handles are reserved. Palmettes occupy the spaces beneath each handle. On either side the figural scene is bordered right and left with tendrils spouting two quarter palmettes from volutes. Side A: A nude youth, standing profile to the right, with his left leg stepping on a rock, holds a stemmed plate in his upraised right hand (supported by his left hand). He faces a satyr, standing in 3/4-view to the left, who holds a bell in his right hand and a thrysos in his left; a himation is draped over his left shoulder and arm. Side B: Two standing, draped youths with walking sticks face each other. A reserved band, a reserved line, and a band of waves appear below the figural zones. The lower part of the body and base are black. Added white and yellow are used for details on both sides. 2004.04.0004.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. 2004.80.0002.jpg
73.9.4 Figure of a dog or goat (head missing), stands under missing handle, bordered with spots. Behind the dog's tail, we can see the edge of a palmette. The figure of the dog stands on a black band, below this, there is the edge of a black circle. Rosette and palmette decoration. 2002.97.0214.jpg
85.3.1 All around the neck (except where the handles would have been attached) is a band of chained together, inverted teardrop shapes and dots within two black lines. Main decoration on body consists of two bordered figural scenes; Side A: Dionysus on donkey led by boy; Side B: Hephaistos (Dionysos, according to Mannack) on donkey led by boy. Both scenes are bordered by two lines of vertical dots between three vertical black lines at the sides, and a series of alternating thick and thin vertical black lines above. At the bottom of the body is a band of upward pointing rays. 2007.01.0097.jpg
REDMG:1951.148 Black interior, handles, neck and body except for decoration in panels (black figure in neck panels; red figure in body panels). Upper surface of rim decorated with ivy spray, with 3-dot clusters between ivy leaves; palmettes on tops of handles; ivy spray on lip, with palmettes at tops of handles; wave pattern to right on overhanging lip. Neck panels decorated with double ivy spray, on which 8-dot clusters alternate with leaves. Body panels bordered by rays (above), double rows of dots between black lines (sides), and band of stopt meander (4) alternating with dotted cross-in-square (1) (below). A: Youth wearing hairband, short-sleeved, belted chiton, and mid-calf boots, stands in 3/4-view to the right; he holds a pair of spears upright in his right hand and a wreath in his left hand, held slightly ahead of him; a chlamys is draped over his bent left arm. A warrior is seated 3/4-view to left, on a curvilinear seat (stones?). He is dressed identically to the youth, although with a plumed conical helmet. He holds a large phiale in his outstretched right hand, and his pair of spears in his upraised left hand. Behind him stands a woman in 3/4-view to the left. She wears a belted, sleeveless chiton, a kekryphylon (hair), pearl earrings, a beaded necklace, two bracelets on each wrist, and holds a fillet in her outstretched right hand and a situla in her lowered left hand. In the field above the figures are a four-petal rosette between two boucrania. B: Three draped youths in conversation, the middle one, standing profile to left, leans on a staff with his outstretched right hand; the other two youths face him. Halteres in upper left field and and bull’s-eye in upper right field. Much of the interior and side B are misfired orange. 2003.93.0269.jpg
REDMG:1951.155 Brownish-black band on inside of mouth; purplish-red band on top of lip; black band on rim; three black dots in a vertical row, on and just below handle. Purple tongues extend over shoulder; main body zone, comprised of hare-hound chase (one hare, two hounds, profile to right) bordered framed by two sets of purplish-red bands between black band. 2005.99.0096.jpg
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