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There are 11 objects for which Shape_description contains → except
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.
27.4.11 Corinthian shape. Pale fabric, darkened except under handles and foot. 2003.15.0001.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
34.8.5 Chimney mouth. Base flat except for a central concave section. 2003.97.0434.jpg
45.6.26 Shallow with incurved rim, round body on a high stem and a ring in centre of stem. Convex foot with a central groove and flat resting surface except for central concave circle. 2010.98.0276.jpg
49.8.12 Flaring mouth, flat rim on the top; single strap handle curves down from top of neck to shoulder; body tapers to thick disk foot; flat base except for concave central circle. Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p48, pl. 16 nos. 18.52 & especially 18.62 (feet missing so cannot be compared) 2008.99.0528.jpg
50.4.13 Attic type skyphos (cf. Agora 12, no. 341) except for plain underside, size (somewhat smaller than Attic examples), and perhaps breadth of handles. Rounded rim, below which are two horizontal round handles, horseshoe shaped. Walls continuously curve into a deep bowl, divided from the short torus ring foot by a groove. 2003.97.0646.jpg
73.10.1 Tall knob, circular in section, flat at top except for a grooved section; knob which narrows then widens to a carination towards the bottom, and narrows again to the join with the concave lid. Flanged rim. 2005.89.0024.jpg
78.12.8 Circular body, small convex shoulder with a slightly concave discus, two small holes on the discus, one on the central axis, the other just slightly off to the left. The nozzle is small and flat with a rounded tip and a circular wick hole, just off centre. Vertical handle extending towards the base at the back with a small hole though the centre. Demarcated base is flat except for a small depression. 2008.99.0064.jpg
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
REDMG:1997.209.4 Cup mouth; exterior surface of foot, slightly convex, broadens towards the base, with has a flat underside except for a conical indentation at the centre. 2004.99.0919.jpg
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