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There are 18 objects for which Decoration contains → breast
14.9.77 Decoration of a swan facing siren, breast overlapping, added colours still preserved with white for face, neck and breast of siren and red for base of wing, indented outlines for wings of both creatures, for eye and beak of swan. 2013.04.0012.jpg
14.9.82 Head and part of body of woman and siren, both facing left. Shapeless rosettes in field. Red for hair, breast and base of wing of siren and large spot of breast of woman. On top of the rim there are two uneven rows of black dots. The interior is black with a red band along the bottom half of the fragment. 2003.08.0096.jpg
14.9.83 Interior black, with two concentric red circles; flat rim is decorated with three uneven rows of black dots; exterior decorated with a black band, just below rim; in figural zone, two confronting sirens with rosettes in field; below, two horizontal lines, above rays. Red for breast and base of wing of both and for streak across body of siren on left. Incisions. 2003.08.0099.jpg
2007.10.2.215 Bust of middle-aged or older woman. Possibly smiling or laughing. Frontal aspect possibly revealing her left breast. Elaborate hair-style.
2007.9.3.64 Female figure, with Eastern jewellery and dress. A snake is biting her breast. Likely to be Cleopatra.
2008.2.1.32 Bust of a woman with her face turned slightly to her left. Her hair curly and covered by a head-dress. One breast is exposed.
2009.8.189 Profile of a woman with wavy hair wearing a helmet. One breast is exposed, looking right. Cast number: 43
2009.8.283 Profile of a woman with a tiara, holding a spear, looking left. Clothes and breast can be seen. Cast number: 14
2009.8.81 Profile of a young woman with wavy hear and one breast exposed, holding something in her hand, looking left. Cast number: 25
26.2.48 Above, paw and breast of couchant feline to right, incised details,in the field a shapeless blob. Below, hind quarters of animal to left, the belly indicated by a reserved band with a row of dots bounded above and below by a line of thinned black. Typical Camiran field ornaments and suspended groups of elongated dots. No traces on either zone of applied red or white. Between these zones a band, now simply streaky, but perhaps originally white-red-white on black. 2003.46.0057.jpg
26.2.91 Outside, on red slip, breast and wing of siren or bird with neck and breast reserved, red for base of near wing, body black below it, black for outspread far wing with alternate red and black, marked off by incisions, for wing featers; rosette with two incised circles at centre and applied red on centre and each petal. Inside black. 2013.04.0213.jpg
47.2.35 Standing female figure. Wheelmade body, moulded head. Woman in veil. Holding at breast level an object now broken off. Traces of black on head and eyes, red on face and clothes. Clay orange. 2008.99.0154.jpg
83.10.1 Standing female figure in cloak, with halo-shaped hat (or hair style). Rectangular hole in back. Hollow. Right leg bent, right arm across breast. White slip on clothes and face, pink on head, and shoulders of garment. 2006.20.0913.jpg
E.23.38 The Djed sign, a sign of stability, which was held in one of hands crossed on the breast. This probably represents a lopped cedar or four pillars in perspective. 2002.98.0077.jpg
E.62.53 One of four hawks from corners of a sarcophagus. Disk on head is missing. The minat (counterpoise) hangs at back of collar. Painted all over in dark red pigment; traces of white pigment on face and breast. 2002.98.0074.jpg
L.2016.3.14 The dancer wears a short chiton, only fixed on the right shoulder; left breast and shoulder are bare. Those characteristics are associated with a Maenad. Her hair is tied together to a long plait.
REDMG:1935.87.31B Lid: on the rim of the knob, black silhouetted triangles pointing outwards; below teh knob, black rays; four circles, the second and fourth red; round the edge below the animal zone a black band between two black lines; on the vertical rim a red band, and again a black band between lines. In the animal zone, on one side a palmette-lotus complex, flanked by a pair of sirens; on the other a siren flanked by a panther on the left and a lion on the right. Small incised circles on the body of teh panther, incisions on the lion. Field ornaments include rings of dots with or without a circle at the centre, scattered dots, amorphous and cruciform rosettes with incisions crossing at centre, rosettes with incisions forming small arcs facing away from the center. Some remains of added red on neck, breast, and tail of sphinxes, heart of palmette and petals of lotus. Inside of lid reserved. 2003.97.0277.jpg
REDMG:1958.39.1 Headdress with decorative segmented fillets reaching to shoulders. Hand-made thick club-like arms with individual fingers, right hand lost, probably held offering. Area object covered suggests it was larger than a tambourine. Traces of red paint, especially on right lower body and one breast painted red. 2009.99.0123.jpg
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