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There are 3 objects for which Decoration contains → cocks
27.4.10 On neck and bottom daisy pattern. On front of body, two cocks facing; between them a small swan. At back (very faded) above cocks' tails inverted lotus, below small duck. Field rosettes of early type. Incisions, added red. 2003.03.0092.jpg
45.3.1 Decorated on top of mouth and neck with black tongues. Handle with two dots (rows?). Body decorated with two figural zones with plain bands framing and between. Top: two facing cocks and a long-billed bird to the right; incised rosettes in field. Bottom: two panthers facing a long-billed bird; incised rosettes in field. Incised details on birds and rosettes (divided into four, six, or eight sections). Traces of purple on all animals. Bottom: small ring inside two concentric bands. 2003.39.0002.jpg
50.5.3 Shoulder: two cocks facing each other, heads downwards. Purple for comb and wattles. Body: two swans facing each other with their heads down and wings open: Added red on wings. It has faded on the left one. Added white bands on wings of swand and cocks that has mostly faded. The rest of the body is black, fired to brown. Ring on the junction of neck and shoulder, foot and handle black. Underside of the foot reserved. 2007.01.0012.jpg
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