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13.10.6 Flat bronze heart-shape piece, flaring at the pointed end, with a spool-shaped element (reel-shaped, according to Catling, as recorded in the Ure archives), horizontally arranged and attached at the centre of the upper part; Each end of the spool comprises a flat disk, while at the centre the surface is curved and narrower, so that a vertical space is revealed between the heart and the spool. 2010.99.0112.jpg
14.9.106 Small bowl, 'later and light', according to Gill 1986; shallow bowl with incurving rim and torus ring foot with concave inner face 2003.97.0523.jpg
47.2.9 Small bowl, 'later and light', according to Gill. Cf. Reading 14.9.106 Shallow bowl with incurving rim, concave on inner face, torus ring foot, circular ridge in middle of underside before convex centre. 2003.37.0007.jpg
REDMG:1951.151.1 According to Trendall and Cambitoglou, RFVA 1.278.149, this is a special lekythos shape. Cup mouth, slightly flaring at the top, with a broad rim, convex on the upper surface; the mouth is offset from a short cylindrical neck that broadens toward the bulbous squat body; short ring base, rounded in profile, with narrow, flat resting surface and recessed underside; strap handle rises from the upper part of the shoulder, along the side of the neck and curves to rejoins at the lowest part of the shoulder.
TEMP.2005.8.1 Fragment of an opened vessel, form 'Dragendorff 29' (according to M. Fulford) 2007.03.1160.jpg
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