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There are 10 objects for which Decoration contains → butterfly
14.9.72 Fragment with no finished edges. The interior surface is reserved. The outer surface has a cream slip and much detailed drawing. On the left are the head and front leg of a goat grazing to right. There is, perhaps, the hind leg of another goat in front. A butterfly type design in the field above what appears to be a band with dashes either side with fewer strokes below. There are also parts of a rosette and a curled cross in field. Black glaze is fired red in patches. 2003.46.0072.jpg
2007.10.2.194 Cupid looking at a butterfly
2007.10.2.71 A winged infant holding a butterfly in 1 hand and some sort of stick in the other.
2009.10.2.243 Standing female figure leaning on a pillar, atop of which is a herm, holding a torch in her right hand. Accompanied by a butterfly and a winged Eros Number 33
2009.10.2.250 Hare inside a large ring centrally, figure in a chariot drawn by two birds above and a butterfly on the right hand side. ? flaming torches on either side and inscription below Number 40
2009.10.2.255 Nude three graces standing one holding an apple above a shield with a helmet resting on it, another holding a wreath above a flaming altar, with a butterfly next to it. Number 45
2009.8.102 Profile of a young woman. A cithara and a butterfly on her right side. Cast number: 46
2009.9.82 A naked winged child trying to catch a butterfly. Cast number: 15
2009.9.84 A herme of a young naked winged man holding an insect, maybe a butterfly in one hand and some kind of scepter in the other. Cast number: 17
56.8.3 Exterior of handles black, interior reserved. resting surface reserved. Underside of foot reserved apart from black dot at the centre, surrounded by black thin band. Body black apart from handle zone, a reserved band c. 1cm below the main design and a reserved band at the junction of the body with the foot. Handle zone decorated with Protocorinthian black butterfly pattern three times front and back, recesses filled with chevrons. One butterfly recesses with leaves. Interior of the vase black. 2004.03.0017.jpg
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