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There are 18 objects for which Decoration contains → chair
2007.10.2.153 Three figures. A man, naked, is sitting on the floor. Behind him a woman (naked as well?) is sitting on a chair touching his shoulders with one hand and carrying something in the other. Above the man's head a winged-child is pouring water from a vase.
2007.10.2.201 A woman wearing a peplum, sitting on a chair holding a mirror (?) and looking down to it.
2007.10.2.354 A woman sitting on an elaborate chair, possibly a throne. There are two heads 'decorating' the backrest of the chair, and the woman's head is surrounded by stars.
2007.10.2.92 Bearded male sitting on a grand looking chair, possibly a throne. He holds a tall stick in one hand and some sort of disk in the other. By his feet is an animal.
2008.2.1.96 Profile view of a woman sitting in a chair facing left. She is wearing robes and has long hair that is possibly braided and pulled back. At her feet is a vase on a pedestal. Under the illustration is an unreadable inscription.
2009.10.2.135 Figure of a woman sitting on a chair, holding 2 stalks of wheat.
2009.10.2.229 Semi-nude female figure seated on a chair with drapery over her lap, holding an object in her right hand. Number 19
2009.8.49 A young woman sitting on a chair, one arm put on her knee, the other holding a vase. A wreath is hanging on the wall. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 44
2009.8.69 Temple with three gods. Probably Hera (left), Zeus (middle) and Athena, she is sitting on a chair (right). Cast number: 13
2009.8.84 A naked man or satyr sitting on a chair playing cithara. Cast number: 28
2009.9.18 A woman sitting on a flower chair, holding a scepter, wearing some kind of flower crown or feather, sitting in a skiff, looking left. Inscription in Greek letters around her. Cast number: 32
2009.9.20 A woman sitting on a flower chair holding a scepter and point her hand to her mouth. Opposite her an animal, looking like a lion on standing on its hind legs, streching its front legs out to the woman. They are both in a skiff which has a ram's head on its left end. Cast number: 34
2009.9.5 A woman sitting on a chair, looking right. A feather on her head, probably Ma'at. Cast number: 19
34.10.18 Satyr, seated in chair. Completely hollow from bottom. Back slightly curved, traces of white slip. Front, red on white. Paper no. 22 on back. 2002.97.0441.jpg
45.10.13 (i) There is a small part of a motif (partially covered with plaster) that consists of wavy lines. Below it, there are two lines and underneath there are parts of two inverted, palmettes (voluted with petal-shaped divisions) that flank a three-pointed flower with two dots to represent pollen. ii) Between two pairs of lines there is a guilloche (fillets with teardropped terminations interwoven together) with dots among the lines. Below, there is a broad black band, which seems to be interrupted at the right side. (iii) At the left, three parts of vertical, black bands and incisions create part of an object (garment hanging from chair or couch?) In the middle, there is an object- as if it was a grave-stele with a cross-shaped ? ending above which spring two heraldic, white, voluted palmettes (now fadded away), a chiastic motif with dots and horizontal lines on top- but inverted (leg of a bed or couch?). Next to that, there are a figure's part of thighs, knees and calves, close to part of a palmette. (iv) A bearded satyr (seilinos) plays a chorded instrument (lyre), while his himation is hanging in the background. Next to him there is a draped female figure (Demeter?), holding a wreath (black circle) and branches with dots on both sides that surround her. The details on her drapery have been executed with added red and so are those for her head-dress. There are also traces of added white on her neck. On top of the fragment there is part of a motif of tongues contoured with ellipsoid lines and a line that encircles this pattern. v) On the left, there is part of the satyr's lower legs (above the knees towards the feet) and the lower end of his himation. Next to him there is the termination of the female figure's branch, close to a similar inverted grave-stele? and part of an object that resembles an animal paw (lion-shaped foot of chair or couch) . Below these, there is a line on which they seem to step on. Next, a guilloche between two pairs of lines and at the bottom part of a radial-shaped motif with a line that contours it on top. vi) A line and black, teardropped spot. vii) There is a line on whose right top side stands a rectangular object with a rectangular surface in the middle being reserved. Below, part of two lines on top of part of the guilloche. viii) Small part of shoulder and neck: there is a black spot, a thin band, a red line on top of a plastic ring (joining point of neck and shoulder) and part of a tongue-shaped pattern contoured by a line on the shoulder. There is also a part of two lines in the interior. ix) Part of the guilloche, the two lines underneath and the radial-shaped motif at the bottom. x) Tiny bit of the guilloche and the two lines below it and part of the radial-shaped motif. xi) Part of voluted palmette and tongue-shaped motif. xii) Part of the floral motif (of a three-pointed flower)? with lines that form a rhombus with a dot in the middle. xiii) Part of the shoulder and the spring of a handle. On the top there is the tongue-shaped motif, encicled by a line and below it an inverted palmette. The spring of the handle is black and next to it there are short, diagonal incisions. There is also a tiny spot of black colour in the interior. xiv) On the left, part of leaf-shaped (heart-like) motives (part of thyrsos?), close to a band of black colour, of undecipherable shape. Next to that, there is the lower part of a female draped figure, with small crosses on it. At the right side there is black and white colour that forms ovaloid shapes (?). xv) A black band and on the left part of the female drapery.
45.10.3 Upper part of bowl decorated with roller-stamped frieze, with three ridges above and one below. High stem, ridge moulding under top and bottom. Wide flaring foot. Stamp (apparently): figure seated to right in high-backed chair, standing female with win 2003.34.0006.jpg
71.6.3 Inside is streaky black showing red through. Handles and outside are also black. Side A: A woman standing with her back to a chair, holding out a fillet in her right hand. Side B: A youth in himation holding two spears (?) of which heads are not visible, being too tall for space avaliable. The detail on both figures is picked out in black paint. Two ruddled bands run around base of pot below figures. Foot is black on top and side and inside foot ring; resting surface and underside reserved. Base is ruddled and has three black bands and a central black dot. 2008.99.0717.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.7 The interior is entirely black apart from a, which, although black, bears a reserved band on the interior of the rim. a) The rim is black. Below that, the vessel bears the depiction of a symposium scene. On the left, there is the upper part of two draped male figures facing each other. Between them there is a carelessly rendered figure (background); a servant? and a branch with dots on either side. Another, identical branch can be found behind the person on the right. Next to that, there is the upper part of another figure (servant?) from whose arm another branch is hanging. He is facing right, towards a palmette (voluted with petal-shaped divisions), from which the beginning of a tendril seems to spring. There is also part of the bad that covered the back of the handle. b) The lower part of the male figures that face each other. They are draped and seated on similar chairs (diphros okladias). Below them there is a thick line and underneath, the beginning of a band. c) The lower part of another seated (on a similar chair), draped figure, with part of the thick line and the band below. d) The back of the handle is covered with black colour (carelessly rendered at some areas and streaky). The rest of the surface is reserved (but glazed), however, there are some spots on the handles's inner surface. e) The back of the handle is black, but the black colour is streaky at some areas, There is part of a branch on the right side. f) The back bears black colour. g) The back of the handle is black, although streaky on some areas. 2006.20.0406.jpg
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