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There are 6 objects for which Shape_description contains → bsa
14.9.45 Shape E of BSA xiii, p.15 2003.01.0006.jpg
27.10.1 Shape A (BSA xlii, p.15). Neck and handles modern, undecorated. Body almost spherical, base flat. 2004.95.0051.jpg
29.11.2 Cup mouth. The top of the rim slightly curving upwards. Cylindrical neck. Strap single handle connecting the beginning of the neck with the shoulder. Shoulder curves slightly down to straight body. Broad torus ring foot. Underside flat except conical center. Cf. Smith 2003, BSA 98, p.360, footnote 26, pl. 59 a-b (see also 'Comments'). 2003.97.0743.jpg
38.4.2 Squat, shape D of BSA xlii p.15
48.12.10 Long tall neck from the top of which handle loops up and then down to join edge of broad shoulder, curning slightly upwards. Straight body; sturdy, flat foot; concave base. Cf. Smith 2003, BSA 98, p349, footnote 24, pl. 58 d-f (see also 'comments'). 2003.97.0425.jpg
50.10.1 Coldstream (79) classes this amphora as part of the 'plump and ungainly group' of LG IIb amphorae whose potters modelled amphora bodies after those of pitchers (see J.M. Cook, BSA 42, 151). Flaring mouth with rounded, thickened rim; two vertical strap thick handles extend from the top of the decorative zone on the neck down to the bottom of the decorative zone on the shoulder; rounded body tapers to a ring foot. Flat underside 2003.95.0091.jpg
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