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There are 7 objects for which Shape_description contains → feet
26.12.27 Body narrows slightly towards top. At the bottom of the body there is a wider ledge attached to which there are three moulded lion paws as feet. 2002.97.0543.jpg
26.4.1A-B Lid: central 'pagoda-like' knob. Pyxis: feet are grooved horizontally; raised base is slightly convex. 2003.17.0001.jpg
45.10.7A-B Tripodic pyxis (three-legs) with a lid, of cylindrical shape. There is a flat, disc-shaped, plastic ring that joins the body with the feet. 2003.94.0098.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
E.23.34 Seated figurine of Horus on a solid square base. Horus' two arms run parallel to the thighs and the feet; his plaited side lock over his right shoulder denotes childhood. The base has a short nodule attached to the back of it. 2008.08.0072.jpg
E.62.44 Lid is oval with a central circular knob and traces of an incised band on top. (Lid is missing!) Body has a flat rim, same shape and size as lid so they sit together, but with a central circular opening. Thin neck leading to shoulders. Four oblong feet at each 'corner' and the base between is flat. Flat rim on top of body is reserved. The inside is a cylindrical well, not matching the contours or shape of the outside. Heavy object.
E.63.15 The god Horus seated, with plaited side lock and finger on his chin. The figure is completely naked. A uraeus adorns the head. The feet of the figure are attached to a solid, square copper base. 2007.01.0108.jpg
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