Ure Museum Database

There are 7 objects for which Decoration contains → break
2008.2.1.75 The image depicts two male figures fighting. the figure on the right stands nude with sword raised with his left hand he is pulling the head of the second figure back. The second figure is facing away from the first figure, on his left knee. In his left hand is a shield. His right hand is held back over his head. He appears to be trying to break the hold the right-hand figure is trying to hold.
22.3.39 Black glaze but slightly silvery front and back. Bands of decoration from top to bottom; white 'v' shapes and dots, two thin bands, white 's' shapes facing right, two narrow bands, blocks of red and white, two bands, white dots with swirls and circular leaf pattern, red band, indistinguishable circular pattern due to break. 2003.98.0138.jpg
65.6.2 Head and shoulders of a Neolithic deity. Square head and oblong arms. The top part has three holes bored through down either side and two partly bored holes near the top representing eyes and three partly bored holes representing the mouth in a horizontal line above 'neck'. Single partially bored hole on neck and one just above the break. Bored hole at the end of each arm. The other side is flatter than the side with the visible holes. Very smooth and highly polished object, creamy-yellow colour with naturally formed pattern.
84.8.2 Amphora stamp. Stamp is rectangular and letters are in relief and takes up most of the handle. There is a small hole in the break of the handle. 2002.97.0611.jpg
84.8.3 Amphora stamp. Stamp rectangular and takes up most part of the handle. Letters are still visible but worn. Small hole in break of handle. 2002.97.0614.jpg
84.8.4 Amphora stamp. Round circular stamp, with words around the outside of the circle and a picture or symbol which is difficult to make out in the centre. Stamp is on lower part of handle. There is a small hole on the break of the handle. 2002.97.0619.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.81 The piece consists of half of a foot, which is broken about halfway down its length. The half remaining includes all five toes, with slightly curling little toes and a rather stumpy big toe. The foot sits upon a thick sandal. Under this is a chunk of unworked marble, presumably part of the original base of the statue, which takes up about the same amount of mass as the carved foot does. This underside is rough and worn. The break halfway through the foot in fairly clean, leaving a rough, but planar surface. 2002.97.0588.jpg
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