Ure Museum Database

There are 4 objects for which Decoration contains → composed
14.9.47 Panel decoration. Broken wave band on neck; below this the end of a broad band and the beginning of a thinner vertical line bordering the panel on the right; within this frame a network composed of papyrus motives, horizontal and facing left with circles in the blank spaces. Inside a broad band extends from the top of the fragment (and presumably from the top of the vase) to the level fo the top of the band on the outside, the rest reserved. 2003.01.0082.jpg
49.8.2 It has a central knob handle with moulded ridges that bears a red spoked wheel and a red band with a reserved rim. Additionally, it has a black and red down moulded handle with two bads at the bottom. Both sides depict a female head with ornate head dress, made of whitish thin bands and dots, shorter and thinner yellow ones, as well as of ovaloid or curving mottifs. A lock falls over, accross the neck. A spiral pattern is used to fill the surface between the end of the kalyptra (hair dress) and the beginning of another motif; a palmette, used as decoration on either side, while a floral pattern fills the space between the chin and the other side of the palmette. One of the heads wears a neclace made of yellow beads, while her earing is painted over the hair with big round spots. Between the two heads there are palmettes (fan-shaped ornament composed of narrow divisions) with added yellow for few details. Around the bottom of the rim there is a wave pattern to the left. The underside is completely reserved. 2003.94.0065.jpg
L.2011.1.53 Red glaze. Two figures in low-relief: on the right a human figure with legs outturned, on the left a human face (mask) with a sort of base or plate on the head; above the plate two legs of an incomplete human figure. On the sides of this composition two vertical patterns, composed by short horizontal signs with below a six-ends star. 2011.97.0356.jpg
L.2011.1.65 Pink, red, black and white tesserae (one line for each colour) with a curving pattern inside black tesserae background surrounded by white band composed by three tesserae (width), forming a square or a rectangle. 2011.97.0050.jpg
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