Ure Museum Database

There are 20 objects for which Shape_description contains → jar
14.9.46 Fragment of stirrup jar consisting of handles and false neck. 2003.01.0091.jpg
14.9.52 Two fragments forming an irregular shaped piece from handle zone of three-handled jar, with the stump of broken handle. 2003.01.0002.jpg
50.12.11 Jar fragment with part of handle 2003.98.0112.jpg
50.12.33 Fragment of a small jar, handmade, with broken stump of handle 2006.20.0154.jpg
50.12.41 A slightly curved fragment of a large jar. 2003.98.0219.jpg
59.2.7 Mummified head of a cat in a glass jar. Nearly cylindrical jar, tapering to base; wide mouth with straight sides. Fragment of a large jar. 2006.20.0160.jpg
E.2003.9.1 Wide-mouthed jar, with a pointed base 2002.98.0035.jpg
E.23.19 Tall pointed jar with flattened, narrow base. Wide mouth with narrow lip and wide neck. Lugs at either side, perforated with thread holes. 2002.98.0025.jpg
E.23.20 Tall jar with a wide mouth, long neck and small flat base. 2002.98.0026.jpg
E.23.23 Pear shaped jar with a pronounced lip, short neck, and pointed base, widest point has a ridge which is uneven. 2002.98.0182.jpg
E.23.24 Squat jar with rounded everted lip, short neck, and rounded base. 2003.92.0089.jpg
E.23.27 Broad shouldered jar with thin lip, broad neck, and body that tapers down to a conoidic foot which is slightly raised from the rest of the body. 2002.98.0191.jpg
E.47.6.7 Tall jar, tapering to base. 2002.98.0093.jpg
E.47.6.8 Tall jar tapering to base. 2002.98.0094.jpg
E.62.20 Possibly for holding a small jar. DSCN0183.jpg
E.63.24 Wide necked jar with a large lip and a small neck. 2006.20.0091.jpg
E.63.28 The lip is narrow, no neck and a weak shoulder. The body flares to the widest point in the lower half of the jar just above the foot. The widest point tapers to the foot, which is approximately 1cm in height with a flat base. 2002.98.0180.jpg
REDMG:1934.53.5 Belly-handled jar. High outturned rim narrowing to a short neck; ovoid body, in the centre of which are attached two vertical round handles, canted; flat base, slightly concave. Cf. larger examples of this shape are in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 918.3.77 (Hayes 1984, 47, no. B29, ill.) and Orvieto, Querce inv. 398 (Camporeale 1970, 126 no. 136, fig. 59, pl. 32b). 2004.99.0331.jpg
REDMG:1964.1668.1 Unguent Jar. Miniature amphora with an everted rim, long and narrow neck, and foot with a concave base. Handles on either side and completely attached to the upper body. 2003.93.0254.jpg
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