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There are 36 objects for which Shape_description contains → head
13.10.28 Seated female figurine of Kourotrophos holding child on lap, with raised head. Seated on chair with flat back. 2008.99.0087.jpg
13.10.30 Male head, with oval eyes and marked smile. 2008.99.0019.jpg
13.10.31 Male head with oval eyes and slight smile. 2007.12.0026.jpg
13.10.32 Female head with prominent ears, oval eyes and slight smile. 2008.03.0021.jpg
13.10.33 Female head, broken at neck, with oval eyes, prominent ears and slight smile. 2005.02.0173.jpg
13.10.34 Round male head with oval eyes, flat nose and slight smile. 2007.12.0012.jpg
13.10.35 Rectangular male head with flat back. Round eyes, flat nose and no smile. 2008.03.0029.jpg
13.10.37 Fragment of female (?), handmade head, with distinctive pointed nose. 2005.02.0194.jpg
13.10.38 Female (?) handmade head wearing a fillet. Pointed distintive nose. 2008.01.0003.jpg
14.9.119 Female head, appearing to wear sakkos, but now broken at back with a row of curls at the front. 2003.98.0183.jpg
2004.10.2 Bull's head rhyton 2002.97.0049.JPG
2004.5.1 Frontal head of Medusa. 2007.01.0057.jpg
2005.9.2 Head of woman with veiled head (veil over bunched-up hair). 2006.20.0430.jpg
2005.9.3 Head
2006.12.126 Fragment of figurine? heavily worn, but head shape visible
2007.4.94 Axe head like shape, could be broken off handle 2007.03.0681.jpg
23.11.31NNNN Single fragment consisting of the head and shoulders of a figure facing right. Wearing a large knobbed headdress which is decorated with tall vertical loops with a central line, over long styled hair
23.11.31ZZ Female facing right, wearing a long skirt marked with horizontal bands. The straight line of the back projects above the head. One arm is raised in front of the body, and the other is held at waist level. 2005.06.0161.jpg
29.11.13 Tortoise with slight protrusion for head and four triangular protrusions at the bottom for legs. Back divided into slight humps to resemble shell 2002.97.0755.jpg
34.10.26 Fragment of head and neck of large figuring (female). Inside is completely hollow. 2002.97.0426.jpg
47.2.30 Cylindrical, wheelmade with moulded head and handmade arms. Holds offering (bird?) in arms, although damaged so identification uncertain. 2010.99.0188.jpg
50.4.22 The bowl is a variant of Hoffmann's shape III (see H. Hoffmann, Tarentine Rhyta [Mainz 1966] 2) but the bowl is unusually aligned with the animal head. The Reading example corresponds to Hoffmann's 'main group' of Tarentine ram's-head rhyta, and particularly to his group E, which is 'the first wholly naturalistic representation of the ram-head', which he ascribes to the 'hand of Coroplast Beta' 2003.92.0306.jpg
50.4.4 Female mask (hollowed at back), with gaping mouth, hollowed eyes, hair arranged in thick ridges, at side of head and above brow (fringe). 2004.07.0007.jpg
57.3.11 Fragment of a female head from large figurine, hollow inside. 2003.98.0069.jpg
57.3.12 Head and part of body with right arm and hand of Atthis figurine, holding pan-pipes. He wears a Phrygian cap with long ear-pieces, long-sleeved tunic, and cloak. 2005.02.0076.jpg
57.3.14 Head of Atthis wearing a Phrygian cap, with top of cap bent over to left. 2005.02.0079.jpg
59.2.7 Mummified head of a cat in a glass jar. Nearly cylindrical jar, tapering to base; wide mouth with straight sides.
E.13.5 8 stalks of various lengths, one with remains of dried flower head.
E.23.14 Slate palette, flat and smooth in the shape of a birds head (?). More recognisable in the shape of a 'boomerang'. The palette thins towards the edges. Hole in the arc for suspension. Edges are not sharp but curved. 2006.20.0111.jpg
E.62.17 Stone scarab. The beetle is sat on a flat base. The upper body is flat. The antenna and 'head' of the beetle are also detailed. 2002.98.0982.jpg
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
L.2016.3.31 Ceramic figure of a camel, with raised head and straight posture. He is slightly craning his straightened head upwards, so that his broad neck is a little bent backwards. His eyes appear to be triangular but the iris is round. The mouth is slightly open. The saddle is just schematically depicted with a broad band surrounding the humps, both slightly tapering; the back hump is bent to the left, the front hump to the right. The tail leads down closed to his left leg. His legs are long and thin. There is a hole at the bottom of his rounded belly.
L.2016.3.32 Small, relatively heavy metal horn; hollow inside. Moulded bulges line up along the curved body, probably to sketch the natural form, and lead to the rounded tip. Four holes surround the upper part of the horn (actually the end attached to the head). The horn ends with a flat rim.
REDMG:1935.87.35 Female head with melon coiffure, broken off a stone statuette of a woman.
REDMG:1953.25.104 Male head, with oval eyes, large nose and faint smile. 2008.99.0093.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.86 Fragment. Head of woman. Hair centrally parted, waves and ringlets hanging over and below ears. Stephane and veil. Neck with Venus rings. Large eyes. 2002.97.0581.jpg
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