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There are 11 objects for which Shape_description contains → disk-shaped
26.7.2 The handles are riddled, of ellipsoid cross-section and incurving. The stem is high and thick and the foot is disk-shaped, while the concave area of the base forms a conical center. 2003.09.0004.jpg
29.11.3 The mouth is chimney-like, the handle banded, the body is conical and the foot is disk-shaped. 2004.07.0097.jpg
29.5.3 Ball aryballos with a disk-shaped wide rim, a vertical banded handle and a spherical body. 2003.57.0088.jpg
33.4.3 The mouth is tall and conical, the back of the handle is inflated and the foot is disk-shaped. 2003.13.0089.jpg
34.8.12 The lid is three-stepped, with a flat disk-shaped surface on top of which there are two, concentric, conical areas and the handle, which is pear-shaped, with a button-like ending. The body is amphi-conical? But the upper surface is rounder and of a smaller diameter. The stem is slim and high, the foot is three-stepped and its bottom is a larger ring-shaped surface. Underneath, the surface is concave and conical. 2005.88.0067.jpg
44.1.1 Ring-shaped aryballos. The rim is disk-shaped, the handle is banded and the body is inflated and there is no base. 2003.06.0006.jpg
47.6.2A-B Powder pyxis (with slip-on lid); for another Sam Wide powder pyxis see London, British Museum E 814 (from Tanagra), showing Herakles at the fountain.T he lid is cylindrical with a plastic ring on the top. The body is conical and the base is a broad, disk-shaped, flat ring. 2007.01.0019.jpg
48.12.6 Disk-shaped mouth with flat rim; cylindrical neck; flat strap handle reaches from rim down to middle of shoulder; body is a slightly flattened ball, round on the bottom. 2003.97.0245.jpg
49.4.1 The mouth is conical, with a large aperture, the handle is banded and the foot is two-stepped and disk-shaped, with a small central concave dot underneath. 2005.88.0081.jpg
49.8.9 Scale aryballos (pointed/piriform). The vessel has a flat, wide, disk-shaped rim, a banded handle and a slim, cylindrical neck. The body is ovaloid (inverted egg) and the base is ring-shaped.
50.10.4 Cup mouth, a vertical, banded handle and a disk-shaped base. 2013.99.0031.jpg
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