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There are 6 objects for which Decoration contains → breasts
13.10.10 White-painted, with black linear patterns. At front of neck, female figurine, to hip level. Beak-face, prominent breasts, arms curled round them, hand on mouth. Black linear decor, painted circles resembling eyes, black dots or rings on breasts resembling nipples, zigzag decoration within border at base of figurine. 2008.03.0032.jpg
2007.10.2.91 Female torso facing forwards. In her hair is a wreath and she clasps her hands together under her breasts. To her right appears to be hanging a bunch of fruit.
2007.9.3.42 Female bust in 3/4 profile, facing right. She has short/tied up hair and her breasts are exposed.
2009.8.131 A wolf with swollen breasts. Probably the wolf that brought up Romulus and Remus. Cast number: 77
2009.9.9 A woman with a flowery crown covering her breasts with her arm, wearing a robe around her legs and a naked winged child is standing beside her, maybe Cupid. Cast number: 23
27.4.11 The interior is black, but reserved at the bottom of the bowl. There is a red line around the lip. The body is decorated with figural scenes. A: Two sphinxes. B: A female figure (Artemis or 'Mistress of animals'?) between two lions (alternate stripes of white and red indicate the ribs and hindquarters of the lions). Beneath each handle stands a water bird (swan?) facing to the right. Rosettes and rows of dots in the field. Below the figural zone are two red lines, then a black band, a frieze of narrow black rays (slightly overlapping the black band above). The ring foot is black on the exterior and resting surface. The central part of the underside is decorated with a black dot at centre, surrounded by a black dircle and, farther out, a red circle. White is used on parts of the lions, necks and breasts of sphinxes and woman, and parts of the wings of birds. 2003.15.0001.jpg
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