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There are 9 objects for which Decoration contains → coiled
14.9.37 Fragment of thick clay with rim attached. Buff clay with black paint. Inside is painted black. The Outside has a black narrow band at rim with a coiled leaf pattern below, followed by blurry bands. 2003.01.0008.jpg
2007.10.1.3 Possibly Hercules on the left, holding a club and Aphrodite on the right. Tree behind Aphrodite with snake coiled round.
2007.10.2.249 The large profile of a bearded male face. Much of the top and back of the head is cut-off by the edge of the cast. To the left of the face is what appears to be a pole with a snake coiled around it.
2007.10.2.290 A man, possibly a soldier, with a shield and a helmet on, he is standing next to what appears to be a pillar with a snake coiled around it, at the foot of the pillar is a lamb and perched on top of the pillar is a bird.
2007.10.2.305 A male figure stands over another figure, prostrate on the ground. The standing figure (probably male) is dressed in a cloak and tunic and holds a blade or scythe in his right hand. The standing figure appears to be holding the decapitated head of the second figure in his left hand. Behind the figure prostrate on the ground is an ox whose front legs are raised from the ground. To the right of the cast a tree or bush is depicted with a large bird (possibly a peacock) perched on one of its branches. At the centre of the cast there is what appears to be a standard or post with two serpents coiled about it. The serpent's heads face each other at the top of the post.
2007.10.2.306 At the centre of the cast is a naked young male, he is seated on what appears to be a large smooth rock. A large serpent is coiled beneath the male figure and to the right a lyre is placed on a stand or podium. On the far right of the cast a second stand or podium is carved, this one has what appears to be a tripod standing upon it. To the far left of the cast stands a clothed female figure. She is holding a rod or staff. Her attention is not upon the central scene, she appears distracted by something which is occurring further left as her gaze is directed that way.
2008.2.1.67 Profile of the left side of a female face. The hair is intricately curled and there appear to be snakes coiled within it.
2008.2.1.69 portrait of female face, with elaborate hair possibly snakes coiled with the hair. the figure can possibly be identified as Medusa.
2008.2.1.71 Nude male figure leans on a stone column topped with a bores head, cloak wrapped round shoulders and coiled round right arm. Dog stands next to figure.
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