Ure Museum Database

There are 8 objects for which Shape_description contains → inner
11.10.21 If the foot is restored correctly this is a variant of Ure's type K 2 (Ure 1927, 68), which is the most common Haemonian skyphos, as judged by the Agora material: cf. Agora 23, 60, esp. no. 1516, pl. 103 (with the same type of foot); ABV 565-71, 598-710 Slightly concave black rim; shallow bowl with flat underside; moulded ring foot, with concave inner surface. 2008.99.0780.jpg
14.9.106 Small bowl, 'later and light', according to Gill 1986; shallow bowl with incurving rim and torus ring foot with concave inner face 2003.97.0523.jpg
2004.10.4 Wide circular rim, inner surface is vertical, outer edge tapers inward.
34.10.12 Top closed, perforated with two concentric rings of holes (six inner, nine outer) around pointed knob. 2002.97.0598.jpg
47.2.9 Small bowl, 'later and light', according to Gill. Cf. Reading 14.9.106 Shallow bowl with incurving rim, concave on inner face, torus ring foot, circular ridge in middle of underside before convex centre. 2008.98.0431.jpg
50.10.2 Slightly everted lip with nearly flat rim, on a cylindrical bowl with concave sides, divided with a a sharp carination from a convex lower that smoothly curves into a short stem on a rounded foot ring, with rounded resting surface, tapering inner wall, and nearly flat underside. Two suspension holes are arranged horizontally just below the rim on one side. 2008.98.0344.jpg
L.2011.1.14 Round. Slightly convex surface, with a central stem protruding in the middle of the inner part, with a wider slightly convex tip. 2011.97.0195.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.34 The vessel presents a rounded belly with a very narrow neck, which ends in a flat rim with a inner lip that would prevent the liquid from falling. 2005.02.0007.jpg
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