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There are 10 objects for which Decoration contains → burnt
26.12.34 Burnt; dull greyish black; where glaze has flaked off, dull grey beneath. Ring handle with triple grooves, groove round lip; flat wide lip. Sharp bend between upper and lower part of body. Large flat resting surface. Underneath reserved. 2003.35.0093.jpg
26.2.23 Key pattern and plain bands in black on dirty very pale buff slip. Probably from a burnt vase. Inside black with two thin bands near the top and two at the bottom, now greyish white. 2005.02.0425.jpg
29.11.3 The vessel is grey (burnt), apart from the rim, the back of the handle, the lower body and upper foot surface, which are black. There is added white on the lower neck, shoulder and upper body surface. There is also a row of black dots and pointed tongues on the shoulder, as well as the motif two rows of black dots between dividing lines (three), interrupted at the back side of the vessel. The scene depicted is that of a charioteer (woman) ridding a chariot of four horses (quadriga). There is a woman at the horses' tails, another standing on the far side of the horses and another seated at the right of the scene. Added red has been used for the faces of the women and for the ornament of the horses' harness. Below the scene, there is a broad, black band between carelessly executed lines and the rest of the vessel is black, apart from the side surface of the foot and the resting surface, which are reserved. 2004.07.0097.jpg
34.8.10 Body black all over. Probably burnt. Reserved resting surface. 2002.97.0538.jpg
45.6.4 Brownish-grey in colour, apparently from burnt deposit. Shape is of a normal Corinthian kothon except that the handle is abnormally thick with no side projections. Inside, black bands in center. Turned in rim has black bands as does the top surface with four bands alternating thick and thin. Band near to foot. Base is raised and has two central circles. 2003.35.0088.jpg
61.6.1.4 Grey clay (burnt?). Surface left very rough all over. 2008.99.0481.jpg
67.7.1 Standing male youth, nude. Grey, apparently from burnt grave; small depression in base. Traces of white slip, colour lost, but probably once red. Standing with arms by sides, elbows pressed back, legs apart, right knee slightly bent. Rectangular base. Paper slip marked 'Thebes' on back. 2002.97.0444.jpg
74.7.5 Female protome, burnt. Brown clay, covered with white slip. Suspension hole in top. Label on back 'Thebes' in P.N. Ure's writing. 2002.97.0398.jpg
83.11.6 Female head from figurine, burnt. Wearing stephane. Hair centrally parted, curled back at sides. 2005.02.0235.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.50 Eight berries which appear to have been burnt, with burnt pieces of corn.
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