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There are 5 objects for which Decoration contains → continues
2008.7.186 Exterior: beige/white slip, overpainted by one horizontal maroon lines, traces of black decoration on the very bottom of the fragment. Base(?): continuation of the beige/white slip from the side. Interior: black glaze; continues down onto the interior of the base(?) as well.
65.6.1 The mouth (exterior and interior), larger upper part of the neck and the handle are black (uneven and at most areas reddish brown) apart from the upper surface of the rim, which is red. There is a grey line on the neck and the surface of the shoulder bears decoration of voluted palmettes with narrow divisions and tendrils, widely spread to fill the space. The upper part of the body bears a meander pattern between two pairs of brown lines (above and below). Every fourth meander the pattern is interrupted by a saltive cross with a dot on each one of the triangular surfaces around it. The meander pattern continues as far as the scene below it is depicted. Main scene: A young man, wearing underwear? is seated on his himation, at the left side of a two-stepped tomb or pedimental funerary monument (grave-stele). At the right of the scene, a woman wearing a black and red peplos is bringing offerings. There is a brown line below them and the rest of the vessel is black, with the exception of two exteremely thin lines that are reserved at the joining point of the foot to the body and the side surface of the foot that is red, although the slip has not been evenly applied on the whole of the surface. Lastly, the resting surface is reserved. 2003.95.0173.jpg
83.9.30 One side of fragment has two patches of black, which continue off the piece. This side has a reserved patch in between the black and two small back dots. The other side is black and appears to have two small flowers on it. Also there is a third half of a flower, which continues off piece. 2006.20.0136.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.33 Rim has terracotta concentric circle around the centre, leading to with a continous olive leaf pattern underneath. A: Satyr in diadem and shoes, carrying flaming torch and situle, follows woman carrying barrel of grapes and ornamented box (cista). Goats skull and rosettes in field. B: two youths with sticks in conversation. Three rosettes can be found on either side of the youth. Palmette design can be found under each handle and a dash pattern circles around every handle. Yellow and white colour can be found added to the pieces especially the picture of the satyr. Underneath each figure is a continous wave pattern which continues around the base of the krater. 2004.07.0003.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.22 Grey surface. The mouth is flared out. At around the middle of the neck, there is a white band. This pattern continues down the Lacrymaterion every 2 cm. The base is grooved and curves inward until it connects with the stem.
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