Ure Museum Database

There are 40 objects for which Shape_description contains "almost"
13.10.12 Body almost cylindrical, pointed at bottom. Short neck, trefoil lip, handle that joins the shoulder an the lip. 2007.99.0135.jpg
13.10.25 Broad, flat, rim; short neck; long body, widening towards base; almost conical base with small circular indentation in centre 2008.03.0033.jpg
13.10.7 Flared rim; tall neck; two ear-lug handles protruding from base of neck in right-angle shape; almost spherical body and base 2010.99.0086.jpg
2006.12.100 A small, almost certainly non functional aryballos
2007.9.7 Four-sided, almost rectangular except for one side which slopes down more genlty, resulting in a noticeably acute point at one corner.
2007.9.9 Two straightish sides meet at an almost right-angle. Depending whether one looks at the outside or the inside of the fragment, there are a further one or two sides, due to the very uneven nature of the edge.
2008.2.1.100 Oval, almost circular
2008.7.130 Long rim fragment, slightly curving but steeply angular on exterior of fragment. Almost a long pyramid in shape, with a curved base.Small rounded handle on one broken edge.
2008.7.144 Rectangular fragment, curves almost 90 degrees at centre towards flat rim.
2008.7.4 An almost pentagon shaped fragment preserving some of base and a steeply curved side.
26.4.2 The handles are almost a rectangle shape, and are shaped to angle straight out from the edge of the Kylix, turning up slightly at the end. 2002.97.0264.jpg
27.10.1 Shape A (BSA xlii, p.15). Neck and handles modern, undecorated. Body almost spherical, base flat. 2004.95.0053.jpg
35.4.5 Wide overhung rim; handles come up to beneath the overhang in a right-angle shape; body tapers to small thin stem; very thick footring; underside recedes in almost conical shape. 2001.99.0031.jpg
38.4.7 One vertical and two horizontal handles. Mouth tapers to long, wide neck. Vertical handle from top of shoulder almost to top of neck. 2003.95.0088.jpg
39.9.7 The body is supported by a low-stemmed, ring-shaped base, gradually widening out to the foot. The handles are handmade, almost circular and they rise a bit higher than the rim. 2003.18.0003.jpg
45.6.33 Outturned rim; tall thin neck leading into broad shoulder with two lugs opposite each other; almost vertically-sided body; flat base surrounded by very slight ridge. 2003.98.0028.jpg
48.12.1 Deep bowl; almost vertical sides; two rounded handles progress straight upwards from the middle of the body; slight groove before small foot; concave base 2003.92.0247.jpg
50.12.51 Fragment almost cylindrical, but pointed at both ends.
50.4.7 Small dimensions. Flaring mouth. Tall cylindrical neck, strap hanlde connecting the lower part of the neck with the shoulder. Almost flat shoulder. 2008.99.0535.jpg
52.3.1 Wide mouth with flat, reserved rim. Two strap handles, one on each side, curve up from top of neck then down to shoulder. Body is inverted pear shape, tapering to very small foot with groove in middle.Ring on the junction of the body and the foot. Underside almost conical up to small, central, convex circle 2007.02.0023.jpg
56.8.5 Conical, almost acorn shaped knob sits on rounded ring; lid curves down to a ridge; broad, flat edge 2003.92.0217.jpg
56.8.8 The body is conical, widening towards the top. The rim has horizontal sides and a small lip at the top. The band handles are almost ellipsoid, with peaked terminations. Ribbon handles. The base is in the shape of an inverted echinus (a conical stand?). 2003.95.0104.jpg
60.8.2 Rim of the mouth is a little bit wonky, with a ridge on the flat top. Cylindrical short neck. Almost flat shoulder. A single rounded handle curves down to the shoulder from the rim, and two horizontal, horseshoe shaped handles emerge from the top of the body. Body tapers down to small torus foot 2002.97.0710.jpg
70.3.3 Ian McPhee describes it as a Kotyle rather than Skyphos type c (?). Tapering ring base, rounded at the bottom, from which the body rises in a sharp diagonal, curving sharply approximately at the halfway point, from which it rises near vertically and eventually flares slightly to a plain, rounded rim, just below which are attached two horse-shoe shaped handles, almost round in cross section. 2008.98.0449.jpg
78.12.1 Deep circular body, almost flat shoulder, leading to a deep concave discus with two small holes, the frontal one is slightly off centre. Very small rounded nozzle with a large circular wick hole. Vertical handle opposite the nozzle, flat base with no delineation. 2008.99.0677.jpg
79.1.17 'Bird-head' lamp, shallow body with one hole nearly at the centre of the discus. nozzle is flat with a splayed tip and concave sides, the smoke hole is circular and almost in the centre of the nozzle. the handle is transverse and has a hole in the centre. The holes all appear to be of the smae size and are all just of centre to the left. 2005.01.0321.jpg
E.62.1 Heavy, wide bracelet, almost circular. Naturally formed twist appears in side.
E.62.22 Oblong in shape and is almost flat except at the ends of the teeth which taper. Double edged with narrow teeth, close fitting at one end and wider teeth with larger gaps at the other. There are 42 narrow teeth and 10 wide teeth. 2005.89.0039.jpg
E.65.5 Almost circular, underside rounded, surface smooth and very slightly convex. 2002.98.0117.jpg
L.2011.1.36 Almost complete, with handle and nozzle, only one shoulder missing. 2011.97.0307.jpg
L.2011.1.37 Lamp fragment, with part of one shoulder and of the nozzle; filling-hole in central discus almost complete. 2011.97.0258.jpg
L.2016.3.20 Oblong microlith blade, rectangular, with one serrated long side. Flat ventral surface and two almost parallel grates on dorsal surface.
L.2016.3.22 Triangular and very coarsely worked artifact. Almost flat ventral surface and triangular elevated dorsal surface.
L.2016.3.23 Almost pyramidal, very coarsely worked artifact, not symmetrical. The 'underside' slightly tapers to a point.
L.2016.3.8 Wide opened mouth with rounded everted lip. The broad, concave neck curves into an almost diagonal shoulder. The body is slightly angled at mid-section and leads directly to the ovoid base.
REDMG:1934.26.1 Small cup with rounded rim on a flaring lip that sharply joins a shallow bowl with bulging profile; two horizontal round handles, canted up, join at the broadest part of the bowl. The bowl has almost no stem but attaches directly to a raised ring base with diagonal profile, slightly convex resting surface, and slightly pointed underside. 2004.99.0896.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.39 Flanged rim and tapering body, to which are attached broad horizontal strap handles (rounded but almost oblong in shape), slightly canted upwards, with spurs on either side. The lower body is offset from the handle zone, rounded in the lower part where it attached to thick stem broadening to a moulded foot, with spreading upper part, slightly concave, and a broader, rounded lower part, broadening towards the base, with a conical depression on the interior, and a narrow resting surface 2005.99.0148.jpg
REDMG:1964.1606 Small circular body with wick hole almost in the shoulder, just protruding slightly to form a lip. Large circular filling hole, small oval wick hole. raised circular foot with rough edge. At the bottom of the reservoir is a lump, probably from the patrix ? 2005.01.0324.jpg
REDMG:1964.1607.1 Very small almost circular body, convex shoulder with large circular filling hole. Nozzle affects the circular shape of the body, almost forming a lip to the lamp, oval wick hole is pierced though lip and shoulder. Large circular foot, base is unturned and has wire cutting marks. Small kick in the base of the interior. 2005.01.0137.jpg
REDMG:1964.1619.1 Rough oval shape, straight sides, slightly upward sloping shoulder, raised rim that runs from the wick hole, around an almost circular discus area and then returns to the wick hole, this rim forms a slight rim for the wick hole too. In the centre of the discus area is small filing hole, the nozzle is deep and in the same form as the body with a large wick hole. Small circular ring base with slight depression. Lamp leans towards the left on the base. 2003.93.0121.jpg
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