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Accession_Number E.63.13C
adlib_title Egyptian fragment of a bowl
Shape Bowl
Shape_description
Material Terracotta
Fabric Egyptian
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Munsell_color
Decoration Blue glaze fragment, once the lip of a flat dish or bowl. The top of the bowl was apparently decorated with two sculpted concentric lines, one following the lip of the bowl one just below. The interior is flat.
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Condition Single fragment. The blue glaze is well preserved, and there is very little visible damage to the surface although it is quite rough to the touch.
Technique/Style
Provenance Memphis, part of a spoilt lot found in the lower levels of the city.
Period Roman
Date 30 BC - 212 AD
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Image
2002.98.0954.jpg
2002.98.0954.jpg
Top view of the exterior of a terracotta Egyptian fragment of the lip of a flat dish or bowl, decorated with blue glaze.
2002.98.0958.jpg
2002.98.0958.jpg
View of the exterior of a terracotta Egyptian fragment of the lip of a flat dish or bowl, decorated with blue glaze.
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Beazley_DB
Height 3.2
Diameters 6.2
Handle_height
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Location 11.1.13
Edited_by Leigh; Liz; Joana Varela
Date_edited 26.09.2002; 27.06.2007; 19.04.2017
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