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2009.10.2.198 Three quarter profile to the right of a woman with a man standing behind her, he is holding a spear. Number 70.
11.10.12 Ribbon handle with projecting ends. Inside is black with two red bands at centre. On turned-in rim, one black band (level with the bottom of the handle) and one red band. The body is decorated with black lanceolate leaves bordered on the outside by five lines alternating black and red, on inner by two lines and band in black. The foot is decorated with black band and, on the base, a wide red band, two thin black bands, two central bands and a dot.
11.10.13 Black on buff, there are leaves around the inside and outside of the rim. Below the rim on the outside is a band of horizontal v shapes. On the main area of the fragment are three redish/black bands, the middle thicker than the other two. On the broad black band, Greek key pattern in applied white paint is still visible. On the lower edge of the fragment is the edge of a black circle. The back of the fragment, except for the rim, is red.
11.10.14 Black all over, but glaze is lacking luster and brownish.
11.10.2 Cup mouth originally black inside and out with lip reserved. Shoulder had rays and lotus buds. On back, long verticle smear of paint below handle. Main zone is palmettes and lotus buds on cable, perhaps with white outer continuous lines. Bottom of body was orignally black, as is top of foot. Side of foot is reserved as is base.
11.10.21 Black glaze covers the interior. Exterior of the rim black; black ground line at bottom of figural scene; black on lower part of body and exterior of foot, except for two reserved grooved lines on the top and lower part of foot. Reserved resting surface. Underside decorated with black circle at the center, surrounded by a thin black band. Interior of the foot black . Scene is similar on both sides: between palmettes a charioteer driving a quadriga, or two-horse chariot, to the right. Incised detail on all figures. Careless design, no details.
11.10.4 Wide mouth with flat rim with one band followed by two thin bands. Single handle with one horizontal bar. On the shoulder is a thin daisy pattern. Body has eight bands, the fifth from top is broad. On bottom are two small circles.
11.10.6 Cup mouth with deep flange with six bands in two groups of three. Side band is continued across top of handle but otherwise it is plain. Three warriors, heads left, feet right. Spears slope left and shields are red in centre but have a black rim with white dots. The six band pattern is in two groups of three again on the base.
13.10.11.10 Incised pattern of parallel lines enclosing dots, between these features are undulating lines. There is also an incision around the girth of the bead.
13.10.11.5 Incisions and dots on the surface. Pattern is such that the dots are in between two parallel, vertical lines. Incision around the girth too.
13.10.12 Decorated with three groups of horizontal lines around the body, rays on shoulder, a wavy line round neck. The handle is painted on either edge with a black stripe and a wavy one on its surface. all in black. Edge lip painted in black.
13.10.17 The interior of the lip has a thick black line about 1.0 cm from the top, with black painted on the rim. The neck is painted with alternating red and black thick lines. The handle appears to have been painted in black on the top and sides, but reserved underneath. Around the middle, vertically to the handle there is a pattern of black cross-hatched lozenges. The rest of the body has a pattern of thin black and thick red concentric bands, ending in a circle with a black Maltese cross on either side of the vase.
13.10.21 The body is unpainted, beige-grey colour with a few red patches.
13.10.4A-B The mirror (A) is decorated on the underside with six concentric circles, arranged in three pairs, and a raised boss at the centre, pierced at the centrepoint.
13.10.5 Perforations at the lower end, of which three out of four remain, two on each side, the upper two level to each other, both just below the widest part of the spear. This is presumably where the dagger was attached to a shaft. The width of handle tapers on each end. While the centre of the fragment is thicker, raised on one face, the thickness diminishes towards the sides, which are rounded at the thicker (upper?) end.
14.9.108 Inside and outside is black glaze. Curved foot is black on outside. Resting surface is reserved. Inside foot ring is black. Base, from middle to outside, has central dot and circle in thinned glaze and broad band in black, then a reserved band.
14.9.110B Feeder but with no lid or strainer. Body is black inside and out. The side of the foot ring is grooved and black in patches. The base is flat and reserved around the edge but reddened in the most part with an irregular brown ring in the centre.
14.9.119 Wreath around head. No evidence of painted decoration or metal attachments. She may have been smiling, although there is considerable erosion of the facial features. Ring-shaped decoration covers her ears.
14.9.14 The ground of the clay is pinkish inside and creamy outside. No finished edges. Patterns in dull black, curvilinear, on both sides. The pattern is curved on both surfaces.
14.9.15 Part of base and side of vessel with a white core. The interior surface is pink. Exterior surface is white with horizontal stripes on right half in red, and red line at base of side all on a white slip. What is the base is apparently reserved.
14.9.16 Core of this fragment is white with the interior surface painted red. The exterior surface is white with a bold red zigzag. No finished edges.
14.9.17 Red core with both surfaces covered in white. The fragment is curved in two directions suggesting it is part of the neck of a vessel. Convex curve white and the concave curve is white with a red zigzag. No finished edges.
14.9.18 Coarse ware with a white core. Inside is white, with red curved line around fracture. Outside is also white with red bands and dentate band (see drawing on card). Fragment is angled suggesting that part of it may have been the base of the vessel.
14.9.19 Inside is white with wavy red line. Outside is also white with red chevrons and slanting line.
14.9.21 Two fragments joined. Core is reddish-brown. Inside is white with two wavy lines in red. Outside is white as well with two thick and two thin straight lines in red. Curves as though it may have been part of the neck of the vessel.
14.9.22 Red clay with white slip on both sides and decorative red stripes, angled like very open chevrons, on outside. Inside, trace of red across on corner perhaps evidence of lost interior design. No finished edges so it is a middle piece.
14.9.23 Red with white slip on both sides and traces of red decoration on the exterior surface with a band and then a band with design attached to it. On the interior surface is a red line down one side with a whte 'S' on it. No finished edges.
14.9.24 Pink with white slip on both sides. Thick wavy stripes on both sides which have points and almost look like very close zigzag.Bands of red are uneven and irregular as they were drawn by hand. One finished edge which is thinner, denoting a rim.
14.9.29 Pink surface with white slip on each side. Linear decoration in red. Outside is horizontally striped and inside is half red with half the surface with white diagonal stripes. The fragment is a middle piece as there are no finished edges.
14.9.30 Sherd with fragment of handle attached. Interior surface is reserved showing the pale clay. The exterior is covered with dull black paint and has superimposed bands of white with the suggestion that there is some pattern inside the band. Small section of handle is black as well. No finished edges.
14.9.31 Fragment of rim of vase. Interior is reserved except for a black band around rim. The exterior is painted dark brown with four horizontal bands of red covered with white dots. There is a narrow band of orange just below rim. The walls thin at the rim.
14.9.32 Fragment with part of handle, probably belonging to a large vase. Interior is coarse and coloured red although undecorated. The exterior surface has a design of dull black with bands of white. There is a heavy white band round base of handle. Handle round in section. Surfaces are most uneven.
14.9.37 Fragment of thick clay with rim attached. Buff clay with black paint. Inside is painted black. The Outside has a black narrow band at rim with a coiled leaf pattern below, followed by blurry bands.
14.9.38 Pinkish-buff clay with brick red paint. The exterior surface has a band at rim above a spiral with linking lines with small petal-like crescents between them. Inside, the surface is red.
14.9.39 Clear buff clay with brownish-black paint. Outside broad band at rim with some red showing through. Below, on body are linked spirals with red glaze appearing through black. Inside the rim is black with the lower part of the fragment reserved. There is however, the start of a line running downwards at right.
14.9.4 One-handled jug, black and blue background. Mouth very small, with a thick lip to which the black handle joins. The neck is very short and black. The shoulder is predominantly black with suggestions of circles around the circumference in black and blue bands. The body has a thick black band overlapping from the shoulder, but the rest is deep blue colour and undecorated. The foot is small and undecorated.
14.9.40 Buff clay with dull black paint. The outer surface has a band at the rim with a double foliate band on body with another plain band below. The inside surface is chocolate brown faded from black.
14.9.42 Pinkish-buff clay. Exterior surface has poor, dull black paint in a pattern of three linked spirals between broad bands. Interior surface is reserved except for an irregular streak of red top to bottom. No finished edges.
14.9.43 Buff clay. The interior surface is black and the exterior surface is cream with dull black painted design. There is a band at the rim and the pattern on the body below is of buds and spiral leaves.
14.9.44 Top edge of rim is painted black. Buff clay with black paint. Outer surface has a ripple pattern based on horizontal band. Inside has similar but the ripple pattern does not extend below the rim, and sits on two bands inside bowl.
14.9.45 Bottom of false neck has a broad red band. Shoulder has two broad red bands with several narrower bands in between them. The body is squat, with same pattern as the shoulder. Decoration is brick-red on pinkish-buff ground. Smaller band of red near and on the edge of the base, which is undecorated and slightly convex in shape (?). Blackening around hole where true neck has broken off suggests usage as a lamp.
14.9.46 Black decoration on the outer side of the handle finishing in a V shape at the false lid. The lowest part of the false neck also is decorated with black paint which has discoloured in fierinf process. False lid has a black disk surrounded by three concentric circles with reserved areas separating them.
14.9.48 Brick red paint on pinkish buff clay. Interior surface has Two red bands, on on top of rim and one just below. Main scene is a chariot with three passengers facing to right. The broad band below rim has practically obliterated the heads and shoulders. On outer surface is a red band just below rim.
14.9.49 Brick red paint on pinkish-buff clay. On the exterior surface is a band around the rim and one just below, but broader. Design is a little unclear but perhaps shows the heads and shoulders of two men (perhaps in a chariot ?) wearing clothing patterned with dots. On the underside is a red band around rim leaving the rest reserved.
14.9.5 Inside of mouth and rim are black but remainder of interior is reserved. Handles, black on top and reserved underneath. Slight lip to mouth with black band below and then another at base of neck (white spots superimposed on front only). At base of handles are wavy lines and below is a decoration of three black bands. Base is reserved. Graeco-Phoenician.
14.9.50 Shiny red-brown paint on pale buff clay. On outside is a broad band under rim with a loop with cross-piece in centre hanging from it. Both parts have transverse bars. Below and along fracture is a curved line. The interior surface is reserved in the lower part but has as broad band covering rim at the top.
14.9.51 Underside is reserved. Chocolate brown on whitish-buff. The topside has the lower part of a bird including a leg and foot at top with two broad bands below. The bird may be a duck or the like and appears to be running to the right.
14.9.52 Black paint has faded to brownish-orange. Between two pairs of painted bands on the lower-side of the top band and the upper-side of the lower band there is a three tiered fish-scale design. In between there are painted circles that are surrounded with little dots. A band of faded black paint frames the place where the handle might have been.
14.9.56 Brownish black paint on buff clay. Design of connected spirals, with chevrons in the spaces between. Underside is reserved.
14.9.57 Central circular knob with painted black cross and sides filled with lines. Side has bars and the stem of the handle is black. Three black bands, two roes of staggered bars, black bands, diagonal lines with dots above and below, black bands, horizontal bars in two rows but are entwined, black bands. Inside is reserved and with a rim so it sits inside the base section.
14.9.59 Series of banded sections on pale buff background. Top section plain painted band faded to brown, followed by band of small black dots between two lines, then thick black band and 2 thin black lines then another black band that has faded to red and finally a thin black line with one further band that covers the corner and is visible on the bottom. The rest of the bottom is the pale buff of the clay. Inside has traces of brown paint particularly near the top.
14.9.60 Series of bands; 1 thin followed by a thick red band with several darker lines through it, 2 rows of dots set between three faint red lines followed by a thick darker band and 2 thin bands all on pale buff surface. Outer edge has traces of painted line and underside is reserved.
14.9.61 Outer edge has row of dark brown dots. On top, first band is same dark brown colour which is followed by 3 redder bands, a row of dots the same colour and 3 more reddish bands. All the bands are approx. the same width.Background is pale buff. Underside is reserved.
14.9.63 Dark reddish band then three rows of dots set between lines with a lighter red band immediately after and then 1 thin red line which is touched by the tip of a red triangle, all on mid buff background. Underside is reserved.
14.9.66 Yellow band, followed by brown band, then black irregular shape (possibly a flower) with a thick S shape next to it both partially obscured by red band. This is followed by three pale bands and 7 black line at right angles to these, 6 of which reach down to the 2nd pale band passing over the 3rd and the last only reaches the 3rd band. Background is pale buff. Inside painted black.
14.9.69 Black painted design. 2 thick lines diverging from medium-sized black section. 1 curves round, the other is straight with a subsidary line curving away. Over the top of the main black region is a largely worn away blob of red paint and there is wavy incised line through the bottom. More incised lines cross the black lines with most falling on the curved one. Pale buff Background. Inside painted black
14.9.7 Core is grey and the surface is red. Both sides have a linear pattern formed into rectangular shapes. The interior surface has lines with adjoined rectangles with lines inside them too. A similar pattern is reflected on the outside but less clear.At one end remains part of a bored hole, perhaps for suspension.
14.9.71 Black floral rosette, small central circle with circle round that and 11 petals marked with incised lines, every other petal marked with red spot. This is surrounded by black vines and several small leaves, 2 of which are marked with incised lines. Background buff. Inside reserved.
14.9.75 At the top is a triangle of black, with a smaller triangle below leading to a dark brown line. There is a similar line parallel to this one on the left. Both lines are at right angles to a braoder dark brown line. Nestled between two faint brown lines are five white circles with black circles in the centre. There is just a small area of dark brown/black on the bottom right hand corner. Other side is reserved.
14.9.80 exterior: top and right, black frame or panel; in panel black-figure decoration consisting of horse (only part of mane with added red and part of right ear remaining), to right. The other side is reserved.
14.9.82 Head and part of body of woman and siren, both facing left. Shapeless rosettes in field. Red for hair, breast and base of wing of siren and large spot of breast of woman. On top of the rim there are two uneven rows of black dots. The interior is black with a red band along the bottom half of the fragment.
14.9.83 Interior black, with two concentric red circles; flat rim is decorated with three uneven rows of black dots; exterior decorated with a black band, just below rim; in figural zone, two confronting sirens with rosettes in field; below, two horizontal lines, above rays. Red for breast and base of wing of both and for streak across body of siren on left. Incisions.
14.9.85 Interior black and glazed. Exterior is black above the scene of a youth riding a horse. Only top third of horse is visible. Added red on hair, horses mane, tail and flank.
14.9.86 Interior black as is handle on top although it is reserved underneath. The design appears to the right of existing handle, and is of a satyr, facing right, with horn in thinned paint. To his right is an eye pattern. Detail is incised.
2002.9.4 A reconstruction of a barbiton comprised of a heart shaped wooden frame with a horizontal bar at the top to which the seven strings are attached. The strings are arranged vertically and are attached at the bottom where there is a tortoise shell with some sort of drum skin drawn taught across the top. A red ribbon has been added for decoration to the left at the bottom.
2002.9.5 A reconstruction of a kithara. Similarly to the barbitos, wooden frame with a horizontal bar resting across the top to which the seven strings are attached. Ornate carving and curls down each side. The lower part is a thicker section of wood with a bridge (as on our stringed instruments of today) to hold the strings taught. Zig zag carving at base for decoration and a red ribbon for the musician to hold attached to bottom right.
2003.6.18 Base fragment of a small pot, decorated with three straight lines at the base, two of which are black; the middle one is of a faded purple colour. Above the lines is a large black pattern which takes up nearly all of the space left on the fragment. The interior is decorated with a black gloss.
2003.7.15 Piece of fragment made of red clay with pattern both sides. Fragment is slightly curved, with a small rim at the top suggesting it could be part of a decorative plate or bowl. Side A, which is possible the interior, has a broad black line at the bottom - possibly this was the colour of the interior, with five rough circles in a row, alternating black and red from the left hand side, painted on top of a white background. Side B has a similar broad black line at the bottom, with a broad white line painted at the top and several faded black vertical lines painted over the white. The shape of the fragment is rectangular, and it slopes to a point at the right hand side.
2003.7.16 Curved fragment with rim and stump of handle suggests it was a bowl or cup due to how it open it appears as a shape. The interior is painted entirely in black, with a hint of red (fading?) near the top. The exterior has two black bands, one on the rim and one below the rim which also covers the handle stump. Beneath the handle there is a strip of faded white paint, followed by a red/dark brown stripe, then the rest is white with a thin horizontal black line and possible a thicker vertical black line dividing the white decoration in half.
2003.7.17 Base of a pot/bowl/cup. Interior is decorated in black. Exterior has signs of vertical black stripes on the body, and narrow black circular bands painted on the base.
2003.7.18 Part of a base of a bowl/jar. Interior is painted in bla, Exterior: bottom of body, side of rim on base and inside of rim on base is painted in black. Then the underside has a broad band of white, and an inner circle of red/dark brown paint.
2003.7.19 Possibly part of rim and body of a bowl/jar, due to the smoothness of the top of the fragment. Side is shows indication of being the interior, due to the plain black colour painted on. The exterior, side B, has been painted in white with a narrow area of black at the bottom. There is indication of two parallel lines of small black dots, in between which are two narrow parallel black bands with squares of black between them.
2003.7.20 Fragment of rim, body and stump of handle of a bowl/jar. Interior is painted in black. Exterior has the rim painted in a broad band of white, with signs of parallel lines of black dots at the edge of the white. There are also indications of two narrow parallel lines, with black squares in between them. The body/shoulder and handle are painted in black.
2003.7.21 Single rim fragment of an open vessel. The interior is black. Exterior: rim white, between two rows of black dots; two black lines in the middle, with black squares between them.
2003.7.22 Possibly top part of a bowl/jug due to smooth edge of rim and the way it curves half way down. The interior side is painted in black. The exterior has the top half painted in white, with two lines of small black dots parellel to each other at the edges of the white paint. There are two dark brown/faded blakc parellel lines which have two black squares at either end of them. There is a narrow red line beneath the white, with a black area beneath that. The clay is quite smooth.
2003.7.23 Possibly part of the top of a bowl/jar due to the smooth edge at the top. The interior is painted black, and has a smooth texture like the exterior. The exterior has a wide band of white painted on, with a few black marks painted on which are possibly horizontal lines and small blacks squares - similar to other Laconian fragments. Underneath the white is a narrow band of dark red, then an area of black.
2003.7.24 Possibly the top of a jar/bowl due to the smooth edge at the top and way it is curved at the middle. The interior is painted black, with a smooth surface similar to the exterior. The exterior is half painted in white, with narrow, parellel lines of black dots or bands, and a black square inbetween two black lines. There is a line of dark red below this, followed by an overlap of white then a black area.
2003.7.25 Very small fragment, interior (side a) is painted black. The exterior, side b, has a narrow red band at the top, with a white background beneath it and two narrow black bands, a strip of small black dots and a black filled in shape at the bottom.
2003.7.26 Probably part of a jar due to the way the bottom of the fragment juts out at an angle - possibly the body of the jar. The interior is painted black/dark red, although most has rubbed off. The top half of the exterior has been painted white (barely visible), with parallel lines of small black dots, and black squares in between these two lines. The rest of the fragment is painted black.
2003.7.27 Small fragment, possibly part of a jar. Interior (side a) is painted black and curves slightly at the top - possibly a rim? The rest of the fragment has been painted in white, with four black narrow parallel lines, and a black square nestled inbetween the first two lines. There is also a dark red line at the bottom of the fragment.
2003.7.28 The interior is painted a solid black. The exterior has a black band at the top. There is a white background painted on, with three black parallel lines. Between the first two lines is a row of small black dots, the second and third line has a black circle lodged between them and there is a small black dot at the very tip of the fragment.
2003.7.77 On the outside trace of a groundline in black glaze followed by a narrow line in reserve, a stripe of 0.5 cm in black glaze, another narrow line in reserve and black glaze for the remaining surface. Inside is unadorned with 3 horizontal wheel marks.
2003.8.66 Rim of an open vessel, two grooves and rounded, overlapping body. Entire artefact is overall the same shade of grey.
2004.5.1 The face is moulded, with ringlets at forehead, beaded hair at sides, and wavy locks as a beard, tongue protruding from mouth. The face is encircled in a u-shaped element terminating in volutes; petals on the outside. The face and other decoration are painted brown; a painted band beneath the face indicates the top of the dress.
2004.8.3 Nine, black palmettes in a fan arrangement, with unidentified black object to the right, which has a reversed 'z' incision. The reverse side is black in colour.
2004.8.4 The rim is decorated with a thin black band, with a reserved band below and another black band below this. Two youths (black in colour) stand facing each other, with the figure on the right presenting a white cock, of which, elements remain (painted over the figure). Behind each figure the tail and part of a sphinx can be seen. The sphinx behind the right figure has incised lines dividing the wing feathers. The centre of the sphinx's wing appears purple in colour. There are faint, incised lines that give the outline of the youths' heads (where paint has been worn away). The reverse of the fragment is black with a reserved circle on top of the rim.
2004.8.5 Eleven, black palmettes in fan arrangement, two of which are joined at the stems. Left of the palmettes there is a verticle black line with a series of small black dots, parallel, either side (ten left of the line and eight right of the line) which is believed to be a branch of a tree. Right of the palmettes there is a solid, thin black line (L. 3.8).
2004.8.6 Six, black palmettes (two only partially visible), set against a reserved background. Left of the palmettes is a verticle, thin black line. Above the palmettes there is a thick black band around the rim, with black paint on the rim itself too.
2005.2.4 Black glazed all over, except on resting surface, and underside, which is, however, decorated with two black concentric circles at centre, and black on the interior of the ring foot. Perhaps also ruddled on underside
2005.3.13 Black glaze fired to dark brown, fingerprint is visble on one side of the vessel
2005.3.17 Black on dark brown clay, possibility of band and fill ornament, interior is black
2005.3.19 Black on exterior and interior, white slip is also visible on exterior
2005.3.24 Black figure with added red, on the body is a siren with added red and incision dor the details. foot is black with base a combination of black and reserved circular bands
2005.3.25A-C A: foot and base reserved, stem and exterior of kylix black, with reserved band. A second band has floral ornament with a chain-like band below. Interior is black except for a reserved circle in the middle, two small black circular bands mark the centre. B: Floral ornament on this fragment joins up with fragment A, pattern as before, interior and rim/lip black. C: interior, rim, lip and majority of exterior black, patterned floral band as before
2005.3.26 Base is reserved, foot and section of body preserved are balck
2005.3.28A-B A: Whitish slip with bands of decoration, zigzags in added red and straight lines in brown. Interior has a wide band of red at rim, rest is white slip, possibilty of an interior ornament, circular shape in red visible at edge of fragment. B: exterior and interior same as A.
2005.3.31 Rim is black, below leaf shaped spots in black, another black section is visible at the edge of the fragment
2005.3.8 Surviving section of rim has bands, handle is painted although pattern is unclear, traces of paint around edge of fragment suggests that main body of the vase also carried decoration.
2006.12.105 Black paint over much of the outer surface, although it is worn and chipped.
2006.12.15 One half of outside is grey lines on a white surface, in an unidentifiable pattern; Other half is hatched grey lines on white paint with brown spots in centre and red band just visible at very edge of fragment; all decoration appear faded
2006.12.18 Chequered pattern on rim with large squares; brown glaze over main body of fragment. There is a thick layer of red/brown glaze on the inside.
2006.12.32 Inner side painted black. Outer side decoration is very faded, consisting of black, white and red painted bands.
2006.12.34 Inner side likely painted black, although is now mostly gone. Outer side has black ring in center with concentric white ring. Black rays extend out from white circle.
2006.12.4 Inner surface painted black with unpainted band near rim; outer surface painted black near rim, area below unpainted but with curved line suggesting part of larger design. Paint is worn near rim
2006.12.46 Red/brown decoration with two parallel lines. Above this is what seems to be a leg of an animal, probably a duck or goose. The division of the foot into two toes is indicative of the geometric style.
2006.12.50 Largely black and white with brown and orange rings. Part of a figure pattern is visible, but not enough to make an analysis
2007.1.10.38 A profile of head of a man with curly hair and beard in front of a profile of a head of a woman both looking right, to the right is some Greek letters
2007.1.10.59 Portrait in profile of man facing right, baring his arms, his left hand is holding part of the loin's skin draped from his head. His right hand is holding a club.
2007.1.10.60 Portrait of man from waist up, facing left. Lion's skin is draped over his right shoulder, as well as a club.
2007.10.2.100 Bearded male head in profile facing right. He is wearing a helmet and to his left is a small naked female figure.
2007.10.2.102 Naked male figure leaning on a column to his right. In his hand he carries a bow and on the floor is a lyre leaning against the column.
2007.10.2.103 Man riding a horse. Under the horse is a wild boar which the man looks to be trying to spear.
2007.10.2.104 Naked male figure facing left. He is carrying something, possibly a small child, in his arms.
2007.10.2.106 Head of a bearded male in profile facing left. He is wearing a hat.
2007.10.2.107 Male figure holding a bow. To his right is a column with the bottom half in the shape of a female.
2007.10.2.110 Naked figure lying down facing away from the viewer. By the feet is a winged infant. There appears to be a serpent/snake entwined around the figure.
2007.10.2.111 2 warriors with shields and a naked male figure standing between them (he may also be a warrior but he isn't wearing any armour and he isn't carrying a shield). The warrior on the right is moving behind a wall so only 1 leg and his shield is visible.
2007.10.2.113 Two men talking to a warrior. There is a pot on the floor and one of the men is bending over to put something into the pot.
2007.10.2.117 Four figures sitting on a wall. To the left is a tree.
2007.10.2.118 Figure of a naked man touching the skull of an animal which is sitting on top of a column.
2007.10.2.125 Woman's bust. Profile facing left. The woman is wearing a veil over her head.
2007.10.2.126 Male nude. Profile facing left. The man is sitting down and resting his head on his right hand. He his carrying a sward. On the left side there is an inscription in Greek letters.
2007.10.2.127 Woman's bust. Frontal view. The woman is wearing a veil over her head and a necklace. On the right of the figure there is a "cornucopia"
2007.10.2.130 Ox facing right. There is an inscription in Greek caracters above the figure.
2007.10.2.140 Male, sitting down, bare chested, caring a cornucopia in one hand and a branch with leaves (possibly olive), iconography suggests figure is a god.
2007.10.2.143 Female head, profile facing right, elaborate hair stye, possibly with a hair band containing a jewel, near the head is an ear of corn or grain.
2007.10.2.144 Two figures, male and female. Man is standing and is holding shield and sword, naked except for a clothe covering his loins. Woman sitting, naked with a tunic very loosely wrapped round her, holding an object (?)
2007.10.2.146 Male figure reclining on a carrage, surrounded by winged children one pushing the wheel, the other holding reigns and a whip, the third being embraced by the male figure, who is half naked. A tree trunk on the fair right of the cast, with branches stretching above the figures.
2007.10.2.150 Two warriors, naked with helmets. The first is facing left and carries a sward in one hand and a shield in the other; he is on his knees. The second is facing right and he seems to be holding back something with his spear.
2007.10.2.151 Young male trying to push away an enormous rock on the left. His cape is risen by the air revealing his naked body tense in the muscular effort.
2007.10.2.152 Three figures. A man, visibly fatter and older than the others, is bound to a tree. A second man is standing in front of him and has a small vessel in his left hand (offering it to the other man?). Finally a woman is sensually reclining in the foreground, showing her naked back to the audience.
2007.10.2.153 Three figures. A man, naked, is sitting on the floor. Behind him a woman (naked as well?) is sitting on a chair touching his shoulders with one hand and carrying something in the other. Above the man's head a winged-child is pouring water from a vase.
2007.10.2.154 Warrior on horse-back. He is carrying a long spear and an oval shield and wears a cape. The horse is standing on its two back legs.
2007.10.2.158 Young male standing in profile. He wears only a cape and carries a stick in one hand and a woman's head in the other. At his feet there is a sort of small container open.
2007.10.2.159 Two figures. A man wearing a cape is on his knees and is holding the naked body of a woman. At his feet there is a club suggesting that he is probably Heracles (killing the Amazon Hippolyte?)
2007.10.2.160 Marriage scene. The young wife, wearing a veil over her head, gives her hand to a young man standing in front of her. An older woman, her mother, is accompanying her.
2007.10.2.180 Cupid is on the back of a bearded centaur, and has his hands tied up.
2007.10.2.188 Woman sitting down and touching her left bare foot with a hand. She is wearing a Peplum draped around her body.
2007.10.2.190 Older man, bold and overweight, standing with the help of a staff. He is in front of a boy who is pouring water on his feet. The man only has a cloth draped around his legs and the boy is naked.
2007.10.2.192 Frontal view of a male's face.He has two small wings on his head; therefore he probably is Hermes.
2007.10.2.197 A God, possibly Zeus, pondering. A bull is in the background
2007.10.2.198 Europa being abducted by the bull (Zeus) the image is cut in half
2007.10.2.2 Displays a man wearing robes and holding a spear falling down. There is also a small snake to the right of the man's face.
2007.10.2.208 Two figures: one bearded, naked, sitting down with his hand resting on the second figure, which is standing, also naked
2007.10.2.219 2 male figures, one seated (left figure) and one standing (right figure). Seated figure carrying a staff, possibly denoting older age or social class. Standing figure is wearing a cape, possibly suggesting that he, or both figures, are travellers. He also appears to be stirring a pot at the feet of both figures. On the far right of the scene there is a pole with a serpent wrapped around it.
2007.10.2.224 Bust of figure facing to the right wearing what appears to be a 'Phrygian Cap' or possibly a helmet. Clothing suggests that the figure might be female (possibly Athena if the head dress is in fact a helmet). Not enough of hair-style visible to conclusively decide gender.
2007.10.2.226 Seated male figure, bearded and naked from the waist up. He is holding what appears to be a scythe (possibly identifying him as Kronos). Elaborate seat, possibly a throne. Detail at bottom left of cast is possibly a temple on the summit of a hill or mountain.
2007.10.2.230 A bust of a figure's profile facing right showing the back of the shoulder, possibly a woman. She is touching her long hair with her right hand and wearing some form of headpiece.
2007.10.2.235 Two figures, both facing towards us, one standing behind the other. The one on the foreground is a warrior, possibly a Greek soldier (because he's naked) carrying a spear and shield and wearing a helmet. Behind him is a fully clothed figure, possibly a goddess.
2007.10.2.236 A powerfully built male figure kneeling with one arm (right) raised, his hand making a fist. The other arm is lowered and appears to bound (possibly) behind his back. His head is bowed. The figure appears to have a small winged figure upon his back. It is not clear if he is carrying the second figure or if there is some sort of struggle in process.
2007.10.2.237 A group of figures. The centre of the cast is a male figure who appears to be dressed in armour (helmet, shield, and cuirass). He appears to be standing on the deck of a ship. The figure is presenting or showing the head of a bull to a second figure (female) who appears to standing on the quay of a harbour. On the far right of the cast (behind the central male figure) is a second soldier. The scene possibly portrays an encounter between Theseus and Ariadne after the killing of the Minotaur.
2007.10.2.238 Naked male figure (athlete) holding a discuss. He has his left arm raised with the discuss held low in his right hand. Presumably he is in the process of throwing the discuss.
2007.10.2.239 Bust of young female figure facing to the right. Her hair is gathered in a pony tail.
2007.10.2.240 Bust of a female figure facing to the right. Her hair is tied up. There is possibly a double-headed (battle) axe represented at her back.
2007.10.2.241 Single figure of a young winged (male) child holding a bow and club in his left hand, the club rests over his shoulder. His quivver is possibly depicted on the ground at his feet. The figure is presumably Eros or Cupid, although the club is an unusual addition (possibly indicating the imitation of Herakles, as in examples found at Pompeii).
2007.10.2.243 Depiction of a slender figure (almost certainly female) with right arm raised and hand possibly reaching towards the back of the head or hair. Behind the figure is what appears to be a 'Capricornus'. Both figures are facing to the right.
2007.10.2.244 A female figure in short knee-length dress is depicted resting against something in the background of the scene, however, it is unclear whether it is vegetation or a structure. The figure appears to have a quivver on her shoulder, possibly identifying her as Artemis.
2007.10.2.245 A bearded, muscular, and semi-naked seated figure. His clothing is possibly an animal skin (paws seem to be apparent). He appears to be resting as his right arm rests on his knee and his right hand supports his bowed head. He is also holding an unidentified object in his right hand which also rests against his leg. His other hand appears to be holding a further (unidentified) object which rests across his lap. A club rests against his left thigh in the foreground of the scene. There is either a bull or cow depicted by the figure's right leg at the bottom-left of the scene. The figure shown is almost certainly Herakles, possibly resting after one his labours (herding the cattle of Geryon?).
2007.10.2.246 Profile of a male with curly hair facing to the left. There is a laurel wreath upon his head.
2007.10.2.247 A bearded, extremely muscular, and semi-naked male figure standing and facing to the left. He has a cloak tied at the neck and carries a club in his left hand. His right arm is raised and he is holding an (unidentified) object in his right hand. The figure is almost certainly Herakles.
2007.10.2.248 A slender female figure is depicted playing a lyre. She faces to the right and is clothed in a long flowing dress.
2007.10.2.249 The large profile of a bearded male face. Much of the top and back of the head is cut-off by the edge of the cast. To the left of the face is what appears to be a pole with a snake coiled around it.
2007.10.2.250 A young male figure is depicted standing and facing to the left. He is naked from the waist up. The figure is holding a sword which he appears to be examining. The point of the blade is pointed towards the figure's body, the hilt away from the body.
2007.10.2.251 A sphinx is depicted with wings spread. She is scratching her head or neck with her hind left paw.
2007.10.2.252 The bust of what appears to be a woman in rear 3/4 aspect with her head turned back and to the right so that her face is presented in profile.
2007.10.2.253 Two figures are depicted. The figure to the left of the scene is a seated semi-naked female. Her dress or cloak lays across her lap and is gathered up in her left hand. Her head is bowed slightly. In the centre of the foreground is a semi-circle which crosses the female figure's left ankle or calf. It is unclear what this might represent. The second figure (to the right) is a smaller winged male facing to the left and the larger figure. He appears to be carrying a bow and stands under a tree. The two figures are almost certainly Aphrodite and Eros.
2007.10.2.254 Bust of an older male figure in high relief. He has a philosopher's beard and curly hair. His high forehead might indicate that he is balding. Clothing is evident draped over his left shoulder.
2007.10.2.255 Three figures, one on a chariot, pulled by two horses. Another figure, a man, wearing a helmet is being handed some sort of cloth by the other figure who appears to be a woman.
2007.10.2.261 Two figures, one is a naked and bearded man standing, the other is a female sitting down. He is holding what looks like a staff or club, which could identify him as Heracles and she is balancing something on her knee. There are trees and vines in the background.
2007.10.2.262 A naked man sits in front of and is looking at, a small statue.
2007.10.2.264 Two figures, a half-nude female seated, with her hand outstretched toward Eros, who is half hovering in the air before her, his arms outstretched towards her hand as if reaching for her. She is possibly Aphrodite.
2007.10.2.265 Three male figures positioned under a tree, two sitting and the one in the middle who appears to be younger is standing on a rock. They are possibly shepherds as one is holding a staff.
2007.10.2.267 The profile of an eagle facing to the left, there is a Greek inscription just below its open beak.
2007.10.2.268 A male head, with lots of curly, wild hair covering the face. In the top right there is what appears to be a pointed ear or a horn, it could possibly be the god Pan or a faun.
2007.10.2.269 A female standing holding a lyre, behind her is a small statue raised on a pillar.
2007.10.2.273 Perseus is standing, resting his shield on a pile of what appears to be stones, the shield shows the reflection of Medusa.
2007.10.2.285 Three figures, a woman and a man semi-nude, and beside the man is Eros. Possibly Eros, Ares and Aphrodite.
2007.10.2.289 Two, decorated griffin-like creatures, leading a chariot. Eros is holding onto the one in the foreground.
2007.10.2.29 Two cherubs with birds and a column in the middle, one of the cherubs is holding a feather
2007.10.2.290 A man, possibly a soldier, with a shield and a helmet on, he is standing next to what appears to be a pillar with a snake coiled around it, at the foot of the pillar is a lamb and perched on top of the pillar is a bird.
2007.10.2.291 Profile of a man facing to the left, there is a Greek inscription to the left of him.
2007.10.2.292 Two figures riding on a wild cat of some sort. One is a female and is riding side-saddle with her back to us, the other is male, sat behind her.
2007.10.2.293 A man standing, in one hand there is a pile of cloth and in the other is some sort of long stick.
2007.10.2.294 A young winged figure seated on the ground (probably Eros). The figure's body is facing to the left while the head is turned back looking to the right. The figure is possibly looking at a stand to its right which has a complete set of armour placed upon it.
2007.10.2.295 Naked male figure facing into the scene of the cast, his back to the 'viewer'. The figure appears to be holding a staff which is mostly obscured behind his body. The attention of the figure is on something in the bottom left of the scene; however, the detail is not clear enough to reliably identify what it is.
2007.10.2.296 Winged female figure driving a chariot drawn by two horses which are rearing up giving the impression of fast movement. The figure is possibly either Nike or Selene.
2007.10.2.298 Naked male figure seated and playing a lyre. The figure is surrounded by armour and weaponry: a helmet to his left, a shield with a face at its centre at his feet to the right, and a sword hanging from some kind of frame or resting against it. The figure is possibly identified as Achilles as he was found by the embassy from Agamemnon at the beginning of book IX of Homer's Iliad.
2007.10.2.299 Semi-naked female figure with a robe draped over her outsretched left arm. The figure is standing next to a plinth upon which a large bird is standing (probably a peacock).
2007.10.2.302 Three female figures, two figures to the left standing, semi naked figure on the right is seated, middle figure also semi naked, two figures on either side appear to be helping the middle figure bathe left figure holding her hair and right figure touching her back
2007.10.2.303 Possible battle scene, containing five horses and two men, figure to the far left(only wearing a cloak) is on horse back and figure to the right is falling from a chariot (naked), pot at the bottom with contents spilling out, possible bird to its left
2007.10.2.304 A male figure wearing a skin (possibly a lion skin) struggles with a bull. The bull's head is lowered perhaps indicating that it is charging. Behind the bull, to the right of the cast, there is what appears to be a statue (possibly of female form) with two faces in profile, one facing left and the other right. The animal skin (if it is lion) perhaps identifies the male as Herakles. The scene might be a representation of one of Herakles tasks (yoking of the bulls).
2007.10.2.305 A male figure stands over another figure, prostrate on the ground. The standing figure (probably male) is dressed in a cloak and tunic and holds a blade or scythe in his right hand. The standing figure appears to be holding the decapitated head of the second figure in his left hand. Behind the figure prostrate on the ground is an ox whose front legs are raised from the ground. To the right of the cast a tree or bush is depicted with a large bird (possibly a peacock) perched on one of its branches. At the centre of the cast there is what appears to be a standard or post with two serpents coiled about it. The serpent's heads face each other at the top of the post.
2007.10.2.306 At the centre of the cast is a naked young male, he is seated on what appears to be a large smooth rock. A large serpent is coiled beneath the male figure and to the right a lyre is placed on a stand or podium. On the far right of the cast a second stand or podium is carved, this one has what appears to be a tripod standing upon it. To the far left of the cast stands a clothed female figure. She is holding a rod or staff. Her attention is not upon the central scene, she appears distracted by something which is occurring further left as her gaze is directed that way.
2007.10.2.307 A bearded male figure crouches before a large handled urn. The urn is decorated with a simple line pattern. The figure appears to be holding a small hammer in his right hand, which he is possibly in the process of using (his gaze/concentration appears fixed upon it). To the far right of cast a tree is depicted, perhaps to simply denote the scene is an exterior one (rural rather than urban might also be suggested).
2007.10.2.308 A large ox or bull is represented to the left and centre of the scene taking up most of the space within the cast. The beast's head is turned as if it is looking towards the viewer. To the right a figure (probably male) is seated beneath a tree holding a staff. At the figure's feet there appears to be a second (much smaller) creature.
2007.10.2.309 Bust of a figure (male?) in profile facing right. The figure has long hair and wears a wreath (which type is not clear). He is dressed in a tunic which is fastened at the right shoulder, although the right side of the chest is revealed and appears quite muscular. There is some vague detail at both his back and chest. These appear to be a quivver and a bow, which would almost certainly identify the figure as Apollo.
2007.10.2.310 A bearded male crouches in front of a large handled urn. He appears to be holding a small hammer in his right hand which he is possibly using (gaze/concentration are directed towards it). The urn is decorated with what is possibly a sphynx. Very similar image to cast no.597.
2007.10.2.311 A large female figure reclines in the centre of the scene. She is dressed in robes and is wearing either a helmet or a cap (Phyrigian cap?). Her left arm is resting on a disembodied (bearded male) head and her left hand holds a staff which rests against her upper-arm or shoulder. Beneath the large female figure and to the left of the male head are two shapes which possibly represent boats or ships. These shapes might indicate that the portion of the scene below the female figure is in fact a river or the sea. In turn this might suggest that the disembodied head is emerging from the water (possibly identifying it as a river god). To the left of the scene a very small figure appears to be presenting the large female figure with something, possibly a basket or urn. A slightly larger figure, leaning on a stick, looks on from beneath a tree. Above the very small figures head are two animals (presumably intended to appear to be further off in the background). One at least of these animals is certainly a horse. To the right of the large female figure's head there is a representation of a stag. At the top of the scene in a central position are three shapes. It is unclear exactly what these are (possibly huts or houses of some description?).
2007.10.2.322 Man holding a goat by the head, he is possibly a shepherd. There is a tree in the background.
2007.10.2.336 A male centaur, possibly a shepherd, holding a staff with a sheep beside him. There is a cherub (possibly Eros) hovering over the sheep.
2007.10.2.342 A woman wearing a chiton, in one hand she is holding a stick and in the other potentially a leafy branch.
2007.10.2.343 A naked soldier wearing a helmet raised on his head so his face is visible and he is carrying a shield and a spear. He is reaching for a statue of a woman in armour, possibly Athena.
2007.10.2.346 At first sight, what appears to be a dual profile of a bearded man and an elephant with their heads attached but facing in opposite directions. At the tip of the elephant's trunk there is a scorpion. When the cast is turned 90 degrees anti-clockwise, there appears to be a second male profile, facing to the right and wearing a hat.
2007.10.2.347 A human skull surrounded by indistinct objects, though one of them is definitely a pot, possibly representing burial.
2007.10.2.348 Two figures, one sitting and one standing, in front of them is a skeleton and nearby is Eros who appears to be holding a torch.
2007.10.2.354 A woman sitting on an elaborate chair, possibly a throne. There are two heads 'decorating' the backrest of the chair, and the woman's head is surrounded by stars.
2007.10.2.359 A centaur wearing a lion's skin, balancing a big pot on his shoulders. In his left hand he is holding a staff.
2007.10.2.360 A naked, young male figure, holding what appears to be a piece of cloth and he is leaning against some sort of post.
2007.10.2.361 Hephaistos, Aphrodite and Eros. Hephaistos is using an anvil and Aphrodite is in the middle holding a trident and Eros is holding her other hand. By Aphrodite's side is a shield with a face protruding out of it.
2007.10.2.43 Two seated women conversing, one has a cherub on her lap with a staff and the other is holding a large leaf or fan
2007.10.2.45 Three women, Left hand one is poking a stick in a tree, centre one is seated, right hand one is catching babies that fall out of tree from poking.
2007.10.2.496 Semi naked man, his head facing to his right (our left), leaning on what is possibly a harp on his left hand side. A smaller figure is situated at his right, a possible statue possibly wearing a helmet and holding a spear in its right hand.
2007.10.2.499 Muscular,bearded naked man sitting on a rock, facing to the the left where a much thinner figure is hunched over standing. The sitting figure has his right arm on the stading figures left shoulder
2007.10.2.500 Cast is very worn, figure appears to be half man and half of the sea, holding a trumpet in his left and and a net in his right. Posiibly Posiedon
2007.10.2.502 Cast is made concave, has the image of possibly outline of a temples fround, with wreath at the top of the arch. There is a figure inside, holding a bow in its left hand and possibly reaching for an arrow from its back with its right hand. This is possibly Apollo.
2007.10.2.55 Bearded male head facing forward. Below the head appears to be two flaming torches. Four cherubs (?) frame the hair, with the top two looking like they're putting a crown on the head. There is an inscription, in Greek, on either side of the head.
2007.10.2.58 Female torso in profile facing left. She appears to be putting on lipstick and holding a cosmetics pot. Her hair is tied up.
2007.10.2.64 Naked male figure holding a short staff and a cloak draped over his arm. He is bearded and very muscular.
2007.10.2.70 2 winged infants. 1 is carrying a lantern.
2007.10.2.75 2 figures - 1 seated female and a naked male standing. There is a statue in the background.
2007.10.2.8 Two centaurs facing right. Centaur on right is holding a bowl and something else over his shoulder
2007.10.2.81 Female bust facing right. She is holding a male head up to her face. Presumably she has cut it off.
2007.10.2.82 Naked male figured dancing with a spear. A vase lies at his feet and it looks like there is an animal skin draped over his arm.
2007.10.2.91 Female torso facing forwards. In her hair is a wreath and she clasps her hands together under her breasts. To her right appears to be hanging a bunch of fruit.
2007.10.2.92 Bearded male sitting on a grand looking chair, possibly a throne. He holds a tall stick in one hand and some sort of disk in the other. By his feet is an animal.
2007.10.2.95 Male figure leaning against a wall. Some sort of bird, possibly an eagle, is pecking from his hand.
2007.10.2.96 Naked male figure sitting/leaning against an inscribed chest. In one hand he holds a small pointed stick/dagger and in the other he holds what looks to be a model warrior. Over his arm is draped a cloak.
2007.10.2.97 2 figures, 1 of which appears to be half man and half snake. The hybrid seems to be carrying the other figure. To the left is an inscription.
2007.4.200 Very rough areas of brown-red paint; at edge of fragment is part of a geometric design.
2007.4.22 Two stripes parallel to one another; one a brown colour while the other is black.
2007.4.5 Painted lines, some a reddish-brown colour while others are grey. Lines are quite distinguishable even though fragment is worn.
2007.4.71 Scraps of red-brown paint show a decoration was present, but is too unclear to make an identification of what it was
2007.7.1A-S Rim (A-D) has tongues on the top, a design with dots and traigular shapes on the sides, with palmettes below; Side A (H-K) shows a symposion, with a bearded man (Dionysos?) and possibly the hoof of a satyr; Side B (L-N) shows a battle. A, B, C: Rim with tongues, side design and palmettes below; D: Rim with tongues and side design, no palmettes below; E: Fragment from just below the rim with the palmette design; F: Fragment from below the rim, all black with part of a palmette on the lower left; G: Black on both sides; H: Head and shoulders of a bearded man(Dionysos?) with the circle and triangular motif running vertically on the right; I: Arm and torso of the bearded man on the upper part, on the lower part there is another object which could be his couch; J: Left half is black, right half contains an unclear section of the symposion scene; K: Drapery, most likely from the symposion scene, with a drinking horn in the lower right corner and possibly the hoof of a satyr; L: Top half of the battle scene, with a nude man holding a spear, and probably a tree running vertically along the left side. The scene is bounded by the circle and triangle design; M: Lower half of L, with the lower body of the nude man, drapery on the left side; N: Leg of the nude man, with the lower part of the tree running vertically on the left; O-P: Plain black; Q: Black, with part of the circle and triangle design; R: Black, with part of a design on the top; S: Base, tongue design
2007.9.1.10 Displaying the head and shoulders of a woman who has her hair tied back and is wearing a necklace and earrings, profile facing right.
2007.9.1.110 Displays a modern style lion on its hind legs (although only the top half is visible) holding a cross with a large crown above its head. Surrounded by a simple lined border.
2007.9.1.56 Displays a very thin human figure in a walking pose, facing right. There is a large, unidentifiable shape behind the figure, but this may be due to a fault with the plaster cast or the original gem.
2007.9.1.62 Displays two roosters pulling a chariot, which is ridden by another animal, possibly a mouse, all facing right.
2007.9.2.1 Displays a winged woman in flight, holding flowers in her hands, and carrying a naked child on her back who is holding a torch aloft in his right hand. (Box Index = Personification of Morning/Day). Tray 5, Layer 1, Gem 1
2007.9.2.10 Displays a man, wearing armour and a wreath and carrying a spear, and a winged woman who is leaning forward, riding in a four-horse chariot. All horses are rearing up. Surrounded by a leafy border. Layer 5, Layer 1, Gem 10
2007.9.2.13 Displays a seated woman writing on a tablet, a lyre at her feet, whilst a winged figure, a small owl sitting behind his left foot, holds a small jug above a burning oil lamp. A latin inscription is beneath them. (Box Index = Virtue assissted by Genius)Tray 5, Layer 1, Gem 13
2007.9.2.18 Displays a winged man who is holding onto a mostly naked woman who is reclining on the ground and whose arms are held up around his head. Similar to the statue of Cupid and Psyche by Canova. (Box Index = Amore, e Psiche / Love and Psyche).
2007.9.2.19 Displays a seated woman, bent over, her head resting on her right hand. A bird with a long beak is visible in the background. (Box Index = Goddess of Friendship crying for the dead friend).
2007.9.2.28 Displays Heracles with curly hair and a beard pulling up from behind him another man by the ankle and hair, who is clutching at a lionskin on the ground. (Box Index = Herakles and Lichas).
2007.9.2.34 Displays a soldier wearing only a crested helmet, holding a club in the air, his other hand around the throat of a centaur, who is lying nearly defeated on the ground, his upper body bent backwards. (Box Index = Theseus killing a Centaur).
2007.9.2.5 Displays four human figures. From left to right: a man with his head bowed and a hammer raised in his right hand, whilst holding a spear or an arrow in his left; a seated woman, her head turned away to the right, holding an arrow in her right hand, pointed down into a bowl she is holding in her left; a cherub, holding a long pole, his left arm outstretched and looking upwards at the figure behind him; a naked man wearing a helmet and holding a bundle of cloth and an arrow, and looking down at the cherub. (Box Index = Vulcan, Venus, Cupid, and Mars).Tray 5, Layer 1, gem 5
2007.9.2.6 Displays a mostly naked woman, her lower half draped in cloth, who is seated and holding the right arm of a cherub standing in front of her. A small flowering plant, a bee and two birds are also visible. (Box Index = Venus with crying Cupid who has been stung by a bee). Tray 5, Layer 1, Gem 6
2007.9.3.10 Displays two winged human figures in a boat that is being pulled by four dolphins.
2007.9.3.104 Two male heads in profile facing right. The male in the foreground is older and bearded while the male behind is younger and beardless with wild hair.
2007.9.3.113 Male head in profile facing right. The cast is missing the neck of the man.
2007.9.3.114 Female head in profile facing right. She has her hair in a bun, implying that she is a respectable woman.
2007.9.3.118 Male head in profile facing right. The cast is missing the neck of the man.
2007.9.3.120 Male bust in profile facing right. He is wearing a helmet.
2007.9.3.126 Female head in profile facing right. Her hair is tied up.
2007.9.3.127 Male bust in profile facing right. He is wearing armour and has a wreath in his hair.
2007.9.3.128 Male head in profile facing right. His long hair is tied up.
2007.9.3.131 Male head in profile facing right. He is bearded and wears a cloak. Probably uniform of the army.
2007.9.3.132 Male head in profile facing left. He is bearded and wears a cloak. Probably uniform of the army.
2007.9.3.140 Female head in profile facing right. Her hair is tied back.
2007.9.3.141 Female head in profile facing left. Her hair is tied back.
2007.9.3.142 Female head in profile facing left. Her hair is tied back.
2007.9.3.145 Female head in profile facing right. Her hair is tied up.
2007.9.3.147 Female head in profile facing left. Her hair is worn loose.
2007.9.3.150 Male head in profile facing left. He is a mature man with a beard.
2007.9.3.153 Female bust in profile facing right. Her hair is tied up.
2007.9.3.154 Male head in profile facing right. He is a mature, bearded man.
2007.9.3.157 Female bust facing forward. Her hair is worn loose. There is a column in the background.
2007.9.3.161 Two heads in profile facing right. Figure in foreground is male, figure in background is female.
2007.9.3.2 Displays a three-quater view of the head of a man, who has a beard and is wearing a wreath, facing right.
2007.9.3.31 Two naked men, possibly wrestling. The figure on the left is wearing a helmet.
2007.9.3.32 Four male figures; One kneeling, two standing and one seated. The kneeling figure is holding a bowl, possibly an offering. The standing male on the left looks to be holding a flaming torch.
2007.9.3.34 The shepherd Faustolus finding Romulus and Remus with the she-wolf. To the right is an olive tree.
2007.9.3.38 Profile of male to the right. He is resting his chin on his hand, in a thoughtful looking pose.
2007.9.3.39 Bust of Athena in profile facing left. She is wearing her characteristic armour, including her aegis.
2007.9.3.54 Naked male figure holding a sword and a bow. He is embarking or disembarking a boat.
2007.9.3.55 Child, probably a slave, pouring water(?) from an amphora onto an older man's feet. There is also a column to the right of the slave.
2007.9.3.56 Female head in profile, facing right. Her head is covered and complex hairstyle indicates she's a women of the upper class.
2007.9.3.57 Partially naked male figure. A lyre and tripod are also present, indicating that he is perhaps Apollo.
2007.9.3.58 Seated female holding bowl in her hand from which she is feeding a lizard.
2007.9.3.63 Male head in profile to the right, with a band tied around his head. Underneath is the word 'STRATO'.
2007.9.3.64 Female figure, with Eastern jewellery and dress. A snake is biting her breast. Likely to be Cleopatra.
2007.9.3.7 Displays a standing woman (left) and a seated man (right) who is possibly wearing a crown.
2007.9.3.70 Male head in profile facing left. Doesn't appear to look very young but is beardless.
2007.9.3.71 Female head in profile facing left. Her hair is tied up.
2007.9.3.79 Male head in profile facing right. He is beardless.
2007.9.3.8 Displays the head of a woman with hair that is plaited and tied up, profile facing right.
2007.9.3.80 Female bust in profile facing left. Her hair is tied up. She looks to be wearing some sort of headband.
2007.9.3.83 Male head in profile facing right. He is beardless but wrinkly.
2007.9.3.87 Female head in profile facing right. Her hair is tied up with plaits.
2007.9.3.88 Young female bust in profile facing right. Her hair is up and she appears to be wearing some sort of crown.
2007.9.3.9 Displays the head of a woman, her hair tied in a bun, below which is the image of what may be a bird.
2007.9.3.90 A figure standing under a shelter/frame. A winged boy, most likely Cupid, is to the left.
2007.9.3.91 Two male heads in profile facing left. The male in the foreground is a mature man while the male behind him looks to be younger. Both men are beardless.
2008.2.1.102 Profile view of a short haired man facing to the right. Under the profile is a spherical helmet and two daggers on either side. Under the helmet is an inscription: (L or E)ID MAR.
2008.2.1.103 Profile view of a short-haired older, chubby man. He is either wearing a skull cap or is perhaps balding.
2008.2.1.104 2 youthful male figures on the left, look at 1 other on the right.all have short curly hair. on the left there is a vase, on the right there possibly a scroll.
2008.2.1.110 Left side profile of a younger male, he is wearing a head shawl and a head band.
2008.2.1.3 Two birds (ostriches?). The one on the right is pecking at the ground.
2008.2.1.31 Two figures in profile facing right. In front is a bearded male and behind, a woman.
2008.2.1.32 Bust of a woman with her face turned slightly to her left. Her hair curly and covered by a head-dress. One breast is exposed.
2008.2.1.33 Female figure with back to the 'viewer' her head is turned to look over her right shoulder. The figure appears to be undressing as she is lifting her dress up towards her head, exposing her bottom.
2008.2.1.34 Naked female figure facing to the right her right arm raised above her head. The figure is leaning on a column and looking at a small winged boy who is seemingly presenting the standing figure with a wreath.
2008.2.1.35 Naked female figure seated and resting against a column. To the right of the figure is a small winged boy who seems to have his hands cupped round his mouth, suggesting that he is shouting at the female figure. It is possibly a representation of Eros waking Psyche.
2008.2.1.37 Naked male figure holding a spear. The figure is leaning against a column. At the foot of the column is a small animal (probably a dog) partly obscured by the column. The animal is looking up at the male figure.
2008.2.1.38 Semi-naked female figure kneeling on a plinth and facing away from the 'viewer'. The figure is struggling with two snakes,and her head is thrown back perhaps indicating pain. There is a third snake at her feet to the left of the scene, and a vase with flowers in it at her feet to the right.
2008.2.1.39 Frontal depiction of a small winged male figure with wings spread. The figure is holding what appears to be a container in his left hand. The figure seems to be dangling what is possibly a bunch of grapes over a bird (possibly a goose).
2008.2.1.40 A small winged figure (probably male) with a quivver upon its back. The figure is seated, upon what appears to be an upturned helmet, and is facing to the left.
2008.2.1.41 A small naked and winged male figure in frontal aspect facing slightly to the right. The figure is holding a bow and a club (which is resting upon his left shoulder)in his left hand. At the feet of the figure on the right side of the cast is a quivver.
2008.2.1.42 Two small winged and naked male figures. They appear to be fighting. One figure is on its knees on the ground an arm raised to protect its head, which the other figure (to the left) is striking.
2008.2.1.43 Three naked and winged figures, two of which are certainly male. Two figures on the left appear to be dancing or struggling. One is positioned behind the other forming a chiastic pattern. The third figure is on the extreme right of the cast, apparently walking away from the scene and carrying what appears to be a lantern.
2008.2.1.44 The profile of a young woman, from the waist up. She has a band around her head and her hair is tied up. She appears to be looking at a small bouquet of flowers which she holds in her left hand.
2008.2.1.45 The bust of a female figure front on with her head turned slightly to the right. Her hair is tied up and there appears to be a band around her head. The figure appears to winged.
2008.2.1.5 Two figures. A bearded male stands. He is winged. A younger male sits hunched over in front of him, holding a club (?) in his hand.
2008.2.1.52 Seated robed woman focused on something in her left hand, possibly reading a piece of parchment. Her right hand is held upright.
2008.2.1.54 Robed woman standing next to a pillar. Her right hand is resting on the pillar and is holding two long, straight objects connected near the top, possibly a scroll.
2008.2.1.56 Seated chubby male figure facing forward holding a long stick in each hand. Figure is naked and is either sitting on a cloth and wearing a faint crown or has the horns and tail of a satyr.
2008.2.1.58 A male figure standing on one leg, possibly dancing. His arms are outstretched, over his right arm there is an animal skin and in his left hand he is holding an elaborate staff. His head is thrown back against his left shoulder.
2008.2.1.59 Profile of a female facing to the right, her hair is tied up in an elaborate style.
2008.2.1.60 Three male figures, the left male figure is playing the flute and the middle male figure is playing the lyre whilst seated. The figure on the far right is standing under a tree and restraining an animal, possibly a sheep.
2008.2.1.61 There are a large group of 10 figures, 5 are standing and 5 are seated. They are engaged in festivities; the second and third figures from the left are holding bowls and appear to be offering them. Behind the seated figures are two standing women who appear to be balancing baskets of fruit on their heads. The two figures on the far right of the scene appear to be playing musical instruments. The scene is framed by two trees, with their branches intertwined above the group of figures. Above the figures there are two small winged figures, possibly cupids.
2008.2.1.62 A bull from the left side, appears to be standing on a long staff. The bull seems to have something tied around its chest, possibly vine leaves. It's head is bowed and it's front right leg is raised from the ground.
2008.2.1.63 There are seven figures depicted, one the far right there appears to be a winged figure possible Eros. The male figure on the right next to the winged figure is sitting naked on a donkey, he is holding his right arm in the air above his head possibly in celebration. On the far left there is a male and a female figure possibly dancing, the female figure is holding what appears to be a cup. The third figure on the left is sitting on the floor and appears to be eating or drinking from a cup or bowl. The fourth figure from the left is playing a flute, on the right to this figure there is a woman holding a cup up in the air in her right hand and in her left hand she is holding a staff. They appear to be engaging in a celebration, possibly a drunken procession. The naked male figure riding the donkey is possibly identified as Dionysus.
2008.2.1.64 A semi-naked female figure stands before a branch, upon which is a disembodied male head. At the foot of the branch is a helmet and a shield. The figure appears to be making some sort of offering from a bowl like object.
2008.2.1.65 A group of six figures. In the centre of the image are three figures, an older male figure who is seated; there is a female figure to either side of him. The female figure to the left is embracing the seated male. To the left of this central group is a young man holding the reins of a horse, which is on the extreme left of the image. To the extreme right of the image are two elderly male figures standing in the background. There is a temple in the background.
2008.2.1.66 Bust of a male figure facing to the right. Over the figure's right shoulder is a shield with an image of a Medusa upon it. A spear is visible over the figure's left shoulder. Upon the figure's head is a helmet decorated with a griffin.
2008.2.1.67 Profile of the left side of a female face. The hair is intricately curled and there appear to be snakes coiled within it.
2008.2.1.73 At the center of the scene two horses pull a chariot one figure drives the chariot whilst another figure wearing armour holding a spear and shield stands in the chariot. Another figure is depicted up-side-down next to the chariot possibly knocked over the chariot or fallen out of the chariot. In the bottom right of the scene another figure depicting leaning on a shield. In the center at the top of the scene a figure is shown with their hands aloft possibly celebrating. to the right of this central figure is another clad in armour, it is unclear what this figure is doing.
2008.2.1.74 To the left of the scene is a semi-naked male figure appears to be sitting upon a table, there is a second male figure on his knees in front of the other fully clothes and bearded he seems to be much elder than the first. This figure is grasping the seated figures knees possibly in an act of supplication. Behind these figures two further male figures on look, one of these throws his hand out, he's mouth is open suggesting he is surprised or angry. The background setting is heavily draped so is perhaps the interior of a tent.
2008.2.1.75 The image depicts two male figures fighting. the figure on the right stands nude with sword raised with his left hand he is pulling the head of the second figure back. The second figure is facing away from the first figure, on his left knee. In his left hand is a shield. His right hand is held back over his head. He appears to be trying to break the hold the right-hand figure is trying to hold.
2008.2.1.77 Bust of a clothed older male figure. The figure is bearded with a band tied in his hair.
2008.2.1.78 Profile of a older male figure. The figure is bearded with a band tied round his head
2008.2.1.79 Bust of a older male figure. The figure is bearded and has his hair tie with a band. There is a robe covering his left shoulder.
2008.2.1.8 Male head in profile facing right. Ram's horn in head indicates this is Apollo Karneois, the ram god.
2008.2.1.85 Profile of a man facing to the right. The man is bearded with curly hair and wearing robes.
2008.2.1.88 Profile of a curly haired woman facing right. Her hair is elaborately styled with what appears to be ribbons.
2008.2.1.89 On the right there is a standing woman holding a spear in her right hand and a shield on the ground with her left. She is wearing a type of headdress (possibly a helmet) and could either be robed or naked. to her right there is a standing animal, possibly a sheep, on top of whom is standing a winged cherub holding a bow and arrow, possibly cupid. On the far left of the cast there is a large stalk of corn.
2008.2.1.93 Profile of a young male looking right with short curly hair and a band around his head that is tied in the back. The top of his robes can be seen at the base of the neck.
2008.2.1.94 Profile of a woman facing to the right. She is wearing fabric covering her head and just a small part of her hair is visible at her forehead. Her robes are visible on her shoulders.
2008.2.1.95 An active scene with at least 9 discernible male figures. There are two figures on a raised platform on the far left, one standing wearing armour and the other seated wearing robes. In front of them is a gathering of men, some wearing armour, some only wearing the lower half of their armour, and one, possibly two, who is naked carrying a shield. There appears to be a robed shorter figure among them, possibly a child or adolescent. In the background the outline of a columned building can be seen.
2008.2.1.96 Profile view of a woman sitting in a chair facing left. She is wearing robes and has long hair that is possibly braided and pulled back. At her feet is a vase on a pedestal. Under the illustration is an unreadable inscription.
2008.2.1.97 Standing male-possibly female-figure facing right with curly hair wearing a laurel wreath and playing a lyre. He is wearing robes.
2008.2.1.99 Profile view of a bald man facing right. He is wearing some kind of fabric around his neck that ties or hangs in the front.
2008.7.139 Interior: small spots of a darker colour are over painted. Exterior: 6 diagonal lines, forming a diamond pattern are etched. A narrow horizontal groove forming a lip is etched towards top of fragment.
2008.7.166 Interior: remnants of black wash/overpaint; Exterior: line of emall black overpainted dots underneath rim, beneath this is a parallel line of larger black overpainted dots beneath that sit between two thin parallel overpainted lines, beneath this is another line of parallel small overpainted dots
2008.7.18 Light brown exterior glaze with darker reddish-brown decoration. Seven parallel lines perpendicular to three other lines, all of the reddish-brown color. Also the edge of a rounded design, also reddish-brown. The interior is glazed reddish-brown, but a redder hue than the color from the exterior decoration.
2008.7.187 Exterior: possible brown slip, entire surface is a series of parallel ridges.
2008.7.19 Exterior is glazed red; interior is glazed brown.
2008.7.20 Exterior light-brown glaze. Overpainted by eleven dark-brown (black?) vertical lines that end in two parallel brown lines. There are six further brown horizontal lines parallel to these. All of the lines are of roughly the same thickness (ca. 0.2). Interior is reddish-brown glazed.
2008.7.22 Exterior is half natural baked color, half brown. Four parralel brown and reddish-brown horizontal lines overpainted of uniform thickness (ca. 0.1), one on brown half and three on natural half. Interior dark-brown or black glaze, nine brown and reddish-brown overpainted parallel horizontal lines of varying thickness.
2008.7.3 9 parallel lines of brown slip beside which there is black glaze. Brown slip on sides of fragment
2008.7.35 Exterior: one horizontal dark brown line running along the approximate intersection of shoulder and body. Just below this are two small dark brown dots of similar but different sizes. Above the line is a thick, wavy, erratic, dark brown line that dominates the fragment from the line up utn il just under the rim. Interior: two horizontal parallel dark brown lines. The top one is right up on the edge of the rim, the other slightly removed below it.
2008.7.42 Exterior: base has an area of black overpaint, which is followed by 3 thick lines of black overpaint towards the top of fragment; Interior patchy area of black overpaint
2008.7.63 Exterior: 6 fairly thick, black, parallel, horizontal bands overpainted. Between the 2nd and 3rd there is a pattern of short vertical lines. Below this there is a pointed shape of the same colour.
2008.7.76 Interior: black overpaint on entire side of fragment; exterior: across centre of fragment a set of five parallel horizontal overpainted lines, the central line is slightly thicker and a dark red/brown, the adjacent lines are a lighter red/brown colour
2008.7.80 Interior: black overpaint; exterior: along one side of fragment are parallel black lines of overpaint with a spot of black overpaint between them in the centre, on one side of the parallel lines is a parallel line of overpainted black dots
2008.8.2 Exterior: Greyish-black overpainting depicting 2 standing birds with curved necks. The bird on the right has wings spread and short horizontal lines on the wing and tail suggesting feathers. There is a reddish stripe overpainted across the body and across the tail. The bird on the left is cut off half-way across the body, but the same red body stripe and feather markings are present. Above the birds is a semicircle of thin bulb-shaped parallel vertical lines and around the birds are several circles of varying sizes.
2008.9.13 Interior: greyish-black wash. Exterior: wide greyish-black band overpainted, taking up roughly half the exterior. Above this is a narrower parallel strip of unfinished terracotta containing 14 small dots in a horizontal line towards the top if it. And above this, half of another parallel band overpainted in greyish-black is present.
2008.9.15 Interior: greyish-black wash with a band of unfinished terracotta running parallel to longest edge of fragment. Several narrowly and irregularly spaced parallel horizontal lines overpainted on the wash and unfinished section. Exterior: greyish-black wash overpainted, covering roughly half of exterior of fragment. Next to this is a band of unfinished terracotta bordered above and below by parallel lines overpained in a brownish-red colour.
2008.9.16 Interior: greyish-black streaked wash. Exterior: horizontal line overpainted in greyish-black. Underneath is a semi-circular line with a solid circle attached to its interior and a small diamond-shape underneath this. there is another curved line along the left-hand edge.
2008.9.19 Exterior: 5 parallel horizontal lines of differing thicknesses are overpainted accross one corner of the fragment. The bottom three are narrower and overpained in brownish-grey, above these is a pinkish-red wider line and above this another greyish-brown line.
2008.9.22 Interior: reddish-black wash with a narrow strip of unfinished terracotta across longest edge. Same colour overpainted in the top of the rim. Exterior: 1 thick horizontal band overpainted in a reddish-black colour just underneath the rim.The space below this is left unfinished.
2008.9.26 Interior: greyish-black wash. Exterior: 3 thin narrowly-spaced lines run parallel to one of the edges of the fragment. The upper of these is overpainted in a greayish-black colour, the 2 lower are a redish-brown. Below these lines are three greyish-black dots interspersed by vertical thick greyish black and thinner redish-brown lines.
2008.9.28 Interior: greyish-black wash covers half of the interior, the other half is left unfinished. Exterior: A wide pinkish-red strip is overpainted across the centre of the exterior. Above this is the remains of a parallel greyish-black line with 4 greyish black vertical lines attached to it. Below are 2 unfinshed circles, bordered by a greyish-black outline.
2008.9.3 Exterior: back half of a quadraped animal is painted black with ribs, muscles, and tail inscribed on the object but unpainted. Animal is standing on a thin black line, below which is a thick black line. One other thin black line above the animal, and various round black decorations underneath the animal but above the black line base.
2008.9.34 Edge of rim is molded into a bluntly serrated pattern.
2008.9.4 Exterior: 2 front legs of an animal, joining onto a body is overpainted in greysh-black. 5 short vertical lines are etched across the body and a few other etched lines define the back legs and chest of the animal. 2 back legs and a tail are partially present. A thick horizontal band and below a thinner band run parallel to the bottom-edge of the fragment. The animal appears to be standing on the thinner band, and there are 2 circle between the front and back legs, and two circles to the right of it.
2009.10.2.103 Two figures a man and a woman, she is holding a length of cloth. Number 35.
2009.10.2.107 Portrait of a woman in profile, turning to the right. Her hair is tied back. Number 39.
2009.10.2.11 Figure of a man with wings and a beard squatting over another man who is crouching down dangling a club from his hand. Number 11
2009.10.2.13 figure of a man walking, holding a sickle in his right hand and holding a cloth to his mouth with the other. He is unclothed. Number 13
2009.10.2.136 Figure of a woman sitting, a child is presenting her with wheat. Number 8.
2009.10.2.146 Figure of Hermes holding sceptre upside down in right hand and a reed or feather in this left. A small animal is at his feet. Number 18.
2009.10.2.168 Naked Hermes caduceus, he is seated on a sheep.
2009.10.2.180 A figure standing in a temple. Probably this is a cult statue between two columns.
2009.10.2.182 3 woman starring on a baby in the floor who is holding staff and is haloed. Roman inscription.
2009.10.2.194 A naked soldier with shield and helmet is holding what might be a bunch of grapes over the head of Eros who is attempting to cease them. A deer tugs at the soldier's shield from behind. Number 66
2009.10.2.199 Left profile view of a woman and man, she is wearing a head adornment and he a headband. Number 71.
2009.10.2.200 Two figures draped with cloth, male and female appear to be dancing he is holding a basket of fruit. Number 72.
2009.10.2.201 Naked man and woman ride a lion, they appear to be holding a bow and arrow. there is an inscription beneath.
2009.10.2.214 Aphrodite leaning on a wall looking around her shoulder from behind. Cupid is in the left hand corner. Number 4
2009.10.2.215 Figure of Aphrodite from behind, with a cloth draped around her legs. She is holding a pot. Number 5
2009.10.2.22 Ornate woman sitting on throne wearing crown and holding scepter . In the background there is a symbol of an S, perhaps delta. Number 22
2009.10.2.243 Standing female figure leaning on a pillar, atop of which is a herm, holding a torch in her right hand. Accompanied by a butterfly and a winged Eros Number 33
2009.10.2.274 Nude male figure on the right with drapery (? and a spear) on the right, passing a spherical object with a nude (?) female figure on the left, with a pillar on the far left. A small child is stood between them holding a bow. Number 64
2009.10.2.276 Standing nude male figure wearing a helmet and a cloak, holding a spear in his right hand and embracing a semi-nude female figure with his left. Female figure has drapery over her legs and is resting her right foot on a ball. Number 66
2009.10.2.285 Depicts Hercules standing to his right. He is naked and carrying the skin of a lion, there is a club to the right of the image. Number - 1
2009.10.2.296 Image depicts front view of Hercules facing slightly to the left, he is wearing lion skin around his neck. Number - 11
2009.10.2.307 A scene depicting from left to right: Hercules , Athena, and a clothed woman. The two figures on the outside are looking towards a helmeted Athena who is holding an olive branch and spear.
2009.10.2.310 A scene showing Herakles facing left. In his right hand he carries his club and the head of the nemean lion. The lion's skin is draped over his back
2009.10.2.311 Herakles is depicted facing left. With his right hand he rests his club upon his shoulder whilst with his left he holds the skin the nemean lion.
2009.10.2.317 A scene depicting two figures. Herakles is holding his club on the right, standing next to a bound woman (on the left).
2009.10.2.320 A scene depicting two warriors attacking a giant. The central warrior is wearing a helmet and holding a spear and shield.
2009.10.2.323 A scene showing a man, possibly the titan Crius, facing left. He is holding a ram's head.
2009.10.2.328 A scene depicting Herakles with club. The Basket on the left hand side is possibly the container of the golden apples from the garden of hesperides.
2009.10.2.343 A man (possibly Herakles) is shown crushing a Antaeus's chest.
2009.10.2.345 figure of a man seated he is bald with a beard, and working on a bust ontop of a pedistal. Number 1.
2009.10.2.346 The image shows the left side of a man making a statue, which has a head and a torso. There is a sheep looking on from the left and a horse looking on from the right. Number 2
2009.10.2.359 A lion, with two heads; one is a goats head coming out of its back, Chimera it has a snake tail
2009.10.2.360 Lion, lying down with two heads, one is a goat's head, Chimera (?) has a snake tail number 16
2009.10.2.361 Standing lion with two heads, one is a goat's head, Chimaera it also has a snake tail number 17
2009.10.2.362 Pegasus flying above a male figure, possibly Bellerophon (?) who is running, holding a spear and drapery. Number 18
2009.10.2.367 Male figure covered with drapery, holding object in his right hand and drapery in his left. His foot is resting on a rock. number 23
2009.10.2.368 Male figure wearing a cloak and helmet, standing near a pillar with a bird on top. There is also a snake wrapped around the pillar and a dog at his feet. There is a Latin inscription 'POTITI' number 24
2009.10.2.369 Male figure wearing a cloak and helmet, holding a bow and arrow. He stands near a pillar with a bird on it and a snake wrapped around it. A dog stands at his feet and there is a star above his head. Number 25
2009.10.2.370 Male figure wearing a cloak and helmet, holding a bow and arrow. He is standing near a pillar with a bird on top and a snake wrapped around it. A also dog stands at his feet. Number 26
2009.10.2.372 Nude Aphrodite with drapery over her legs, holding object in her hand. There is a tree in the background and a helmet and shield at her feet. One foot is resting on a stone. Number 28
2009.10.2.373 Male figure is being attacked by a sphinx, possibly showing the sphinxs attacking Thebes (?) number 29
2009.10.2.374 Male figure is lying on the floor, a sphinx is on top of him, male figure is being attacked (?) Possibly attacking the people of Thebes (?). Number 30
2009.10.2.379 Male figure wearing a hat leaning over a sphinx. He is holding the head of the sphinx with his right hand, with a knife in his left hand held at the sphinx' head. Number 35
2009.10.2.380 Standing nude male figure wearing a helmet and a shield on his right arm, holding the hair of a fallen nude male figure. There is a shield, spear and helmet on the right-hand side, and a pillar topped with an (animal?) figure behind the two males. Number 36
2009.10.2.381 Seated semi-nude bearded male with a female figure on the left leaning over him with her hands on his shoulders. A male figure with his left hand raised and leading a horse is on the left of the figures, and a standing female figure on the right holding drapery. There is a temple behind the figures and a tree on either side, with two bearded male figures under the right-hand tree. Number 37
2009.10.2.384 Front view of a gem cast showing Medea driving her chariot pulled my her drakones, and there is a male figure in front of them . Number 40
2009.10.2.401 Bearded male centaur carrying an ornate staff over his left shoulder and a lion skin and basket on his right shoulder. There is a faint inscription below the figure. Number 57
2009.10.2.408 Figure in a tower on the right reaching out to a nude male figure in the sea, above whom is a flying Cupid holding a torch, with two heads blowing the winds on the left. Number 64
2009.10.2.411 Semi-nude female (Venus?) with drapery across her legs and holding drapery behind her seated on ram which is flying over the sea, and accompanied by a winged Cupid on the left. Number 67
2009.10.2.44 A large cast with a depiction of the zodiac signs as a border. Four men are pictured, on the far left a man with winged shoes and hat (Hermes), with a cockerel standing next to him, bearded man on throne(Zeus) who is standing on Poseidon, on the right another man with a helmet and sheild (Ares). Number 44.
2009.10.2.56 Man with scepter standing on ball with two figures on his left, one above the other. one is a woman and one is sitting down. Number 56.
2009.10.2.59 Figure of a bearded man with a scepter, there is a child to his left who he is shielding with his cloak. Number 59.
2009.10.2.61 There is a gathering of eight male and female figures and an Eros. Two of the males are sitting down and the rest are standing. Number 61.
2009.10.2.64 This cast portrays Zeus, with the scepter in his left hand and the thunderbolt in his right one, in the act of driving a chariot and thunderstriking two Giants with snakes for legs, prostrate on the ground, one of whom is brandishing a torch (?).
2009.10.2.67 Zeus is sitting with a sceptre, within a temple. There are 2 columns on either side of Zeus and the pediment is adorned with an eagle and a man riding a horse on the top. Number 67
2009.10.2.71 Facial view of a man looking to his left, he has curly hair and part of his clothing is shown. Number - 3
2009.10.2.72 Profile view of the right side of a woman, she has curly hair and is wearing a head garland. A part of her clothing is shown. Number - 4
2009.10.2.75 Left side profile view of a woman with curly hair wearing a head garland and a part of her dress is showing. Gem cast Number - 7
2009.10.2.78 Right side view of a man with curly hair and wearing a head garland. His torso is partially naked. Number - 10
2009.10.2.8 Figure of a man wearing a hat and a cape, holding a round object in right hand. By his feet are two pictures, the left is perhaps a scroll and the right an animal. Number 8
2009.10.2.81 There is a centaur standing with a woman to his right, there is also a man playing an instrument to the back left of him. Number - 13
2009.10.2.86 Figure of naked man holding a harp and a bow, standing behind Eros, who is to his right and holding arrows. Gem Cast Number - 18
2009.10.2.93 Naked man standing with a harp, on the right of which there is a small child at his feet, next to whom there is a man who is sitting in front of a tree. There is an inscription: "LAVRAIED" Gem cast number - 25
2009.10.2.94 Naked man standing with a harp, on the right of which there is a small child at his feet, next to whom there is a man who is sitting in front of a tree. Gem cast number - 26
2009.2.1.91 Profile of a female facing the right with a scarf knotted at the front. Her hair is held back in a type of band.
2009.8.103 Two face profile. Looking right is a young warrior with a helmet. Looking left an older man with a beard also wearing a helmet. Maybe Ianus. Cast number: 47
2009.8.115 Profile of a man with wavy hair and a wreath. Head is above a scale and beside it are two ears of wheat. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 59
2009.8.116 Profile of a man. Head is on a pole with two cornucopiae on both sides. At the bottom next to the pole are two dolphins. Cast number: 60
2009.8.126 Two cows beside a blooming tree. The one on the left is still standing, the other one is lying. Cast number: 69
2009.8.13 A man with a beard and wavy hear wearing a cloak around his waist, sitting on a rock, one arm placed on his knee. Next to him is a cow. On his other side is a club. There is an inscription above the cow. Cast number: n
2009.8.134 Profile of a man with a beard ans wavy hair wearing a hat, looking left. Gem cast is red. Cast number: 71
2009.8.14 Aphrodite wearing a cloak around her waist. Cupid is standing under a tree with a bow in his hand. There is an inscription next to Aphrodite. Cast number: 3
2009.8.166 A woman wearing a dress with a stick and holding/offering a ball or apple to the young man. He is naked also holding a stick and a ball or apple in his hand. Beneath her a scorpion, beneath him a crab. Cast number: 20
2009.8.168 A woman with a spear riding on an eagle, stars are above her head. Eagle is probably Zeus. Cast number: 22
2009.8.172 A woman sitting on the back of creature that is half horse and half serpent. Cast number: 26
2009.8.179 Poseidon, naked and with a beard, riding on a chariot pulled by four horses, holding a trident in one hand. His cloak is blowing in the wind. Cast number: 33
2009.8.183 A naked man with a beard holding a stick and putting one foot on a rock. There is a tree in the middle. On the other side of it a woman wearing a dress and a helmet. There is a serpent at her feet and another one behind her. Maybe Athena and Hercules.
2009.8.189 Profile of a woman with wavy hair wearing a helmet. One breast is exposed, looking right. Cast number: 43
2009.8.201 A woman wearing a dress holding a spear and a shield. There is a snake at her feet. Probably Athena. Cast number: 55
2009.8.203 Athena wearing a helmet and holding her shield on which is the head of the gorgo Medusa. Cast number: 57
2009.8.208 A temple with 4 columns, in the middle the statue of a god or goddess wearing a helmet and holding something in her hand. Next to the temple is a tree. Cast number: 62
2009.8.21 Four male profiles with wavy hair. Two looking left, the other two looking right. They look at each other. The ones in the front is concealing a bit of the ones in the back. Cast number: 10
2009.8.213 Profiles of three men, two looking right overlapping each other, one looking left. Their hair is curly and on the left side behind the heads is a vessel. Cast number: 4
2009.8.218 Profile of a man, probably a Roman emperor with an aureole and a prominent chin, looking left. On the left side there is an eagle on a globe, probably referring to Jupiter. Cast number: 9
2009.8.24 A dancing woman with a bare chest. Cloak or dress around her waist. Holding a timbrel in her hands above her head. There is also an inscription. Cast number: 34
2009.8.25 A dancing woman with ribbons flying around her, carrying some kind of vessel. There is also an inscription next to her. Cast number: 138
2009.8.259 Profile of a man with short hair and a bare chest, looking right. A cloak is hanging on his shoulder. Cast number: 50
2009.8.26 A woman standing on a pole or tree. One hand placed on the pole bending her head. There is an inscription. Cast number: 39
2009.8.272 Two cows, one is lying down, the other standing behind it. Cast number: 3
2009.8.279 Profile of a woman with a slightly lavish hairstyle, looking right. The top of her clothes can be seen. There is a symbol on her right side. Cast number: 10
2009.8.28 A dancing woman with a bare chest. A ribbon or scarf flying above her head. There is an inscription. Cast number: 28
2009.8.281 Profile of a woman with a lavish hairstyle, maybe a tiara, looking left. The top of her clothes can be seen. There is a symbol or some kind of musical instrument on her left side. Cast number: 12
2009.8.29 Profile of a woman with wavy hair and a ribbon or wreath, looking right. There is an inscription on the left side. Cast number: 121
2009.8.30 Dying Gaul. Man with wild hair and moustache, a rope around his neck. There is a wound on his chest, lying on his shield. Cast number: 70
2009.8.31 A man with a beard sitting on a rock and a lion's fur, holding a club in his hand. Probably Hercules. There is also an inscription. Cast number: sn
2009.8.32 A winged horse with a man on its back. Maybe Pegasus with Bellerophon. There is also an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 11
2009.8.34 A woman with wings, holding a twig in one hand. A snake is curled up to her feet. Probably Nike. There is an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 97
2009.8.35 A man with a beard standing on a globe and holding another above his head. There is a lion's fur around his waist. Probably Hercules carrying the earth for Atlas. Cast number: s3
2009.8.36 A woman holding a stick in one hand, the other holds the hand of a young boy who is nacked apart from the cloak around his neck. She is probably a goddess. Cast number: 128
2009.8.37 A muscular man holding something in one hand. The other arm is outstretched above his head. Probably an athlete. There is also an inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 69
2009.8.41 A young woman wearing a dress is sitting on a rock and holding a ball. One arm is put on her knee. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 141
2009.8.49 A young woman sitting on a chair, one arm put on her knee, the other holding a vase. A wreath is hanging on the wall. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 44
2009.8.56 Athena wearing the aegis and a helmet, holding a cup in her hand. A snake is curved around her arm. Inscription on the left side. Cast number: 94
2009.8.63 A man with a beard and wavy hair kneeling in front of an altar, holding a snake. Behind him, stading a young woman. On the other side of the altar, a tree with a ram head. On a pole is a mask. Inscription on the bottom. Cast number: 116
2009.8.69 Temple with three gods. Probably Hera (left), Zeus (middle) and Athena, she is sitting on a chair (right). Cast number: 13
2009.8.98 Three warriors with spears, shields and helmets. The one on the left side is kneeling or falling. Cast number: 42
2009.8.99 A young warrior with a helmet and a sword sitting on a rock balancing a staff in his hand. There is a shield on the bottom. Cast number: 43
2009.9.102 A naked winged child sitting in some kind of vessel, a quiver is hanging from his back. Cast number: 35
2009.9.104 A winged child wearing a cloth around the waist is leaning against a rake. Cast number: 37
2009.9.105 A naked winged child with crossed legs is leaning against a rake. Cast number: 38
2009.9.106 A naked winged child with crossed legs is leaning against a rake or a trombone. Cast number: 39
2009.9.109 A naked winged child holding some fruits in his hand, a quiver is lying to his feet. Cast number: 42
2009.9.110 A naked winged child only wearing a robe around his shoulders is holding a bow. A quiver is lying to his feet. Cast number: 43
2009.9.111 A naked winged child is talking to a warrior holding a spear and a shield. Might be refering to Cupid and Mars. Cast number: 44
2009.9.112 A naked winged child is sitting in front of a warrior who is fully armed. Cast number: 45
2009.9.115 Two naked winged men. One is standing next to the other, the other is sitting down. Cast number: 48
2009.9.117 Two naked winged children. The one on the left is holding a lyre, the other a mask. Cast number: 50
2009.9.118 Two naked children. The one on the left side has wings and is holding a spear. The other one is holding a stick. Both have cloaks around their shoulders. Cast number: 51
2009.9.119 Two naked winged children with cloaks around their shoulders. The one on the left side is laying one arm around the other. The one on the right side is holding a scepter. Cast number: 52
2009.9.12 Four column temple with a pointed gable. In the middle is a statue of a naked man leaning against a tree or pole. Cast number: 26
2009.9.120 Two naked children wearing cloaks. The one on the left side is winged and holding a snake (?) in his hand. The other one holds some kind of scepter or a cornucopia. Cast number: 53
2009.9.122 A naked winged child holding a stick in his hand, riding on a lion which is playing with a goat's head. Cast number: 56
2009.9.123 One figure sitting on a bear holding a stick and wearing a cloak around the shoulders. Another is standing in front of the animal. Cast number: 57
2009.9.124 One child sitting on a bear, another with wings standing in front of them, he is aiming with his bow at the animal. Cast number: 58
2009.9.125 One naked child sitting on a bear or a boar holding a whip or a stick, wearing a cloak. Another child is sitting in front of the animal, pulling its tongue and holding a torch in his hand. Cast number: 59
2009.9.133 A naked winged child standing in a chariot pulled by two horses. Beneath the horses is a dog. Cast number: 67
2009.9.141 Two naked winged children are fighting over / holding some kind of vessel or flower. A third naked winged child is riding a dolphin in the water. Cast number: 75
2009.9.142 A naked winged man is riding a sea-horse (horse torso, serpent body). Cast number: 76
2009.9.145 A naked winged figure is sitting on a dolphin and playing the lyre. Above them is a crescent moon and two stars. Cast number: 79
2009.9.150 A man wrapped in a robe, grimaced in pain, standing on two human hands is poked by a naked winged child. Cast number: 84
2009.9.155 On the left side, two naked boys wrestling, one is holding a torch. On the right a naked winged child tiptoeing away from the others, holding a vessel. Cast number: 89
2009.9.156 Three naked children with wings playing around a tree or gathering fruits. One is sitting in the tree, the others are on the right and left side of the stem. Cast number: 90
2009.9.157 Three naked children playing around a tree or gathering the fruits. One is sitting in the tree, the others standing on the left and right side of the stem. Cast number: 91
2009.9.158 Profile of a young woman with a ribbon in her hair. One hand is playing with her dress, the other holding a twig. Looking left. Cast number: 92
2009.9.159 Procession of four naked winged children and one wearing a dress. The one on the left side is trying to sit down on a daybed, the one behind him is carrying a torch, they are both looking over their shoulders to the last two children. The third child is accompanied with a child wearing a dress, they are standing very close together. The last child is carrying a basket with fruits over his head. Cast number: 93
2009.9.160 Two naked winged children, looking at each other, playing musical instruments. The one sitting, plays the lyre, the one standing a flute. A dressed person with a plait is looking at them. Cast number: 94
2009.9.162 Two naked children with wings, facing and embracing each other. The one on the left side is wearing some kind of robe. Cast number: 96
2009.9.164 A naked man with wings, a quiver and a bow are lying next to his feet, is kissing a winged half naked woman. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 98
2009.9.165 A naked boy with wings is embracing and kissing a winged half naked girl. Cast number: 99
2009.9.169 A naked young man with a cloak and club (?) in his right hand, with the other he touches the shield which lays on a pile of arms. On the shield is the head of the gorgo Medusa. Maybe Perseus. Cast number: 4
2009.9.170 A young naked man holding a cloak in the right hand and with the other he touches a shield lying on a rock with the head of the gorgon Medusa. On his right side, there is a pile of arms. Maybe Perseus. Cast number: 5
2009.9.174 A young woman leaning on a rock, touching a young man's face. The young man is touching her arm and putting one hand behind his back in which he is holding a human head. Maybe referring to Perseus and Andromeda. Cast number: 9
2009.9.176 A young naked man wearing a cloak, holding the reins of a horse with wings standing next to him. There is a tree on the right side. Maybe Perseus and Pegasus. Cast number: 11
2009.9.190 A naked man sitting on his cloak, next to his head is a boar's head, to his feet a dog. Maybe referring to Meleager and the Calydonian Hunt. Cast number: 25
2009.9.191 A two face head. The one looking to the right is a human face, the other is the head of a boar. Refering to Meleager and the Calydonian Hunt. Cast number: 26
2009.9.192 A young naked man wearing a cloak, putting one hand behind his back, the other resting on a boar's head on a pole. On his right side, there is a dog. Referring to Meleager and the Calydonian Hunt. Cast number: 27
2009.9.193 A fighting scene. The man in the middle is rising his sword to kill the man in front of him who is already falling down. The man on the right side is holding up his shield. There is a crescent moon on the left side above the dying man. Cast number: 28
2009.9.197 A man is kneeling next to a naked winged man. Cast number: 32
2009.9.198 A naked winged boy or statue standing on a rostrum with an inscription. On the left side are a half naked satyr who is touching the statues arm and a woman who is touching its wings. On the right side is a warrior but might also be female. Cast number: 33
2009.9.200 A naked young man standing between two poles, taking of the robe. On the right side, there is a statuette standing on the pole. Cast number: 35
2009.9.201 A warrior in armour sitting on a rock holding his weapon, his shield lying to his feet. He is struck by lighting or caught in a web. Cast number: 36
2009.9.204 A naked man wearing only a cloak, holding a sword is fighting against a snake. Cast number: 39
2009.9.205 A couple. A man wearing a helmet and holding a stick or spear, behind him a snake and a shield. He is holding hands with a woman wearing a dress, behind her there is also a snake. Above them is a crescent moon and between them a star. Cast number: 40
2009.9.206 Four naked winged children. One is flying, two are sitting on poles on the right and left side, the last one is sitting and leaning against the left side pole. Cast number: 41
2009.9.21 There is a box with a snake on it on the bottom, on the box a globe with Greek letters, and coming out of the ball a dog's head, looking right. Inscriptions around and on the globe. Cast number: 35
2009.9.212 A griffin attacking a woman with one of his claws. She is falling down. Above them a cresent moon. Cast number: 47
2009.9.216 A man in armour holding a shield, standing on a barque. There is crane on his left and on his right side. Cast number: 51
2009.9.218 A creature half woman, half bird playing the lyre. In the left corner, there is a star. Cast number: 53
2009.9.222 A naked man lying on the ground, a chariot pulled by two horses is fleeing the scene. Probably Phaeton after his fall from the chariot. Cast number: 57
2009.9.232 A man with a beard leaning on a cane, to his feet lies a theater mask and a flower is growing. Cast number: 72
2009.9.237 Profile of a man with short hair. Only the upper half of his face is still visible. Cast number: 77
2009.9.241 Profile of a man with wavy longer hair and a ribbon, looking right. The hair on his forehead is moved, reminding of a anastole and Alexander the Great. Cast number: 81
2009.9.244 Profile of a woman wearing a cloth, looking right. The top of her dress can be seen. There is a tendril surrounding her. Cast number: 84
2009.9.249 Bust of a half-bald man with a beard and a bare chest, wearing a cloak. There is an inscription at the bottom of the bust. Cast number: 89
2009.9.25 Profile of a man wearing an aureole and some kind of wear. The top of his cloak can be seen, looking right. There is a "C" or a half moon on the right side. Cast number: 39
2009.9.256 Profile of a man with a wreath in his hair, looking right. The top of his cloak can be seen. There is a letter on each side of him, in front of his face a twig.
2009.9.281 A bearded man in full armour holding a spear, putting one hand on a ball or globe carried by a man or child sitting next to his feet. A winged creature is standing on the bearded man's hand, maybe Nike. Cast number: 19
2009.9.283 A warrior with a beard wearing a helmet and holding a spear and a shield, receiving a wreath from a woman with wings, probably Nike. On the left side next to Nike is a cornucopia, on the right there is a basket with fruits and wheat ears as well as a bird. Cast number: 21
2009.9.286 Profiles of a couple, looking left. The woman is in the foreground wearing a ribbon and a hood and the top of her dress can be seen. The man is behind her, has wavy hair and a ribbon. On the right side behind the heads a cornucopia can be seen. Cast number: 24
2009.9.3 A girl holding a stick with a jackal sitting on it in her right hand, and a chrysalis in the other. She is wearing a crown and is surrounded by stars. Cast number: 17
2009.9.30 A man with a rooster's head, holding a basket in one hand, on the other hand the fingers look like feathers. Beside him lays a head of a bearded man. The monster is standing on a box on which are Greek letters. Cast number: 44
2009.9.31 A monster with an eagle's head, a man's chest and two serpents instead of legs, holding a shield and a scepter. There is a star and a half moon on its right side. There is also a star underneath it. Cast number: 45
2009.9.33 A naked man with wings and a crown, holding two spears in his right hand. There are two stars on his right side and a half moon on his upper left side. He is standing in a skiff. Cast number: 47
2009.9.35 A naked man with two pair of wings and a bird's tail, holding a scepter, surrounded by spears or sticks, standing on a serpent. There is an inscription with the serpent's circle. Cast number: 49
2009.9.36 A naked man wearing an aureole, holding a scepter, standing next to a fire. There is a half moon on the left side. Cast number: 50
2009.9.37 A ball or a globe from which two grow two serpent heads. On the head on the left side stands a man turning to the monster in the middle, on the head on the right side stands a woman also facing the monster. The monster in the middle has a male human body but two dog's heads, one facing the woman, the other the man. The scenery is enclosed by a serpent biting in its own tail. There are letters on the serpent heads. Cast number: 51
2009.9.40 A monster with a lion's head and a serpent's body sitting on a box with inscriptions. There is also an inscription on the left and right side of the monster. Cast number: 54
2009.9.43 A man holding a tambourine (?) in his left hand and a sistrum in his right hand. He is naked except for the cloth around his waist. Cast number: 57
2009.9.45 A naked man holding some kind of vessel in his left hand and two ears of cereal in his right hand. On his left side is a naked child or a small woman holding a cornucopia. Cast number: 59
2009.9.49 An ibis holding a caduceus and having a human figure sitting on its head which is holding a cornucopia (?). Cast number: 63
2009.9.50 Two cranes looking for food. One is bending its head down, the other is clapping its wings. Cast number: 64
2009.9.55 A bird, maybe a hawk, holding a spear or stick in its beak poking in a vessel. Behind the hawk there is the profile of a man with an aureole. Cast number: 69
2009.9.6 A two column temple with a portrait of a woman wearing a crown in the middle. There is a disc surrounded by snakes and wings in the gable. Cast number: 20
2009.9.68 A man lying on his back, face turned to an eagle which is flying above him and hitting him with the beak. Referring to the tale of Prometheus whose liver is eaten by an eagle every day. Cast number: 1
2009.9.72 An ecstatic dancing woman. There is a vessel or vase with flowers next to her. Cast number: 5
2009.9.75 A young naked man with wings holding a bow. A quiver is leaning against a rock behind the man. Probably Cupid. Cast number: 8
2009.9.8 A woman holding a basket in her left hand, offering some kind of vessel to the naked winged child in the middle or the man on the right. The man and the woman are wearing what looks like a crown. The man is offering a ball or a fruit to the woman and holding a stick in his left hand. Cast number: 22
2009.9.87 A boy holding grapes in his hand, beside him is a goose or duck trying to reach for them. Might be referring to Dionysus. Cast number: 20
2009.9.9 A woman with a flowery crown covering her breasts with her arm, wearing a robe around her legs and a naked winged child is standing beside her, maybe Cupid. Cast number: 23
2016.3.1 Moulded ring around the discus; there is a moulded decoration of a corpulent bearded male figure (satyr), riding a goat, on the discus. The satyr is grasping the animal's horn with the right and the tail with the left hand. Scene is depicted in left side view. Three punched dots decorate the shoulder in the section of the nozzle. Incised ring around the base with Greek inscription at centre.
2016.3.2 The lamp is decorated with two moulded rings, surrounding the filling hole, and a stylized palm branch around them. A further stylized palm branch or menorah decorates the nozzle.
2016.5.2 The body of the vase and the interior of the foot is reddish painted. The centre of the body is decorated with a black horizontal band. The interior, the rim, the bottom of the body and the foot walls are black painted. A black band decorates the rim. The interior of the rim has a reddish reserved band.
2022.7.8.a the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.b the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.c the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.d the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.e the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.f the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.g the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.h the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.i the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.l the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
2022.7.8.m the inside of fragments is painted with black and opaque paint; the external surface of the fragment is decorated with black and shiny paint; the first big ring of the base is painted with a brownish paint
22.11.1 Handles and flase lid are red and there is a band around the top and bottom of spout. Red decoration on body is broad and narrow bands.
22.3.1 A: Between sphinxes, both facing right, Athena attacking a giant. Branches and grape clusters in the field. B: Similar, but mainly missing. Under each handle is the tail of a sphinx. Interior, reserved band at lip. Medallion very worn, but seems to depict a figure. Added white.
22.3.10 inside of the fragment is undecorated. The outside of the fragment is decorated with part of teardrop and coil pattern.
22.3.2 Inside is black apart from reserved rim. Two oblong handles, black on top and reserved underneath. Black rim runs around outside of the rim which is slightly offset. Main design is a satyr and maenad with tree between flanked by palmettes. Thin black band and black stem. Foot is black on top and reserved side. Resting surface is reserved and inside is half black and half reserved. Small central dot and circle.
22.3.20 The upper overhanging section is decorated with an egg pattern; on the broad middle section is a laurel wreath, to left; on the narrow section are is a band of black dots above a thin line. The neck is decorated with a lotus-palmette frieze. The interior is glazed black.
22.3.22 There is a red line on the joining point of the rim and body (the bit of rim that is preserved is reserved). In the middle of the scene, there is a draped youth facing part of a second draped figure (on the right), who is holding a walking-stick. The details of the drapery are rendered with thick and thin lines. In the left bottom corner of the fragment there is the lowest right part of a palmette or tendril. There is also a double-meander pattern beneath, with a saltive square (cross with dots) and the rest of the fragment is black. The interior is also black.
22.3.23 Figural scenes are separated by tendril patterns. A: woman seated on ground, holding tray. B: Eros kneeling on one knee holding tympanum and mirror. Circular incised patterns in field. Brown for womans girdle and border of himation. White (now lost) for some detail. Underside of lid is black. Central knob handle has circular tendril pattern with a black band around.
22.3.24 Clay greyish. Inside, with reserved circle, woman running with tray in one hand, uncertain object in other. Rocky ground shown by black spots on reserved surface. Around the inside rim of the kylix are heart and flower shape patterns attached to long flowing lines.Added white, sometimes touched with yellow. On deep rim, ivy beneath. Outside A: two men facing each other holding different uncetain objects there are three circular objects around them, two with a dot in the middle and the other with a cross. Three palmette patterns surround each of the men, but as some of the kylix is missing these patterns are not all complete, the patterns also change slightly when under the handle. The lower quarter of presumably similar picture of the men can also be seen.
22.3.25 Rim has black wave design. Two female heads separated by palmettes. Knob has whole palmette design. And white, and yellow residue colouring around the whole of the pyxis. Central knob with rays and circle in middle. Inside and outside of rim on knob is black but top is reserved. Underside is reserved.
22.3.26 The edge of the rim bears short, thick black lines. The interior of the plate is decorated with two rows of white lotus leaves (heraldic), separated by a reserved, thin line. Next, there is, a black, thick line, followed by a wave pattern around a reserved line that contours the central scene of a female head,in profile, facing left with a head dress (kalyptra) showing white details and her hair in a bun. Above her head, there are two ivy leaves and behind her is a tendril and small, fan-shaped palmette. In front of her there is a circular motif divided in four parts. The exterior is black apart from the edge of the rim , which is reserved and the lowest part of the body snd short stem. The foot (interior and exterior) is also black, with the exception of the reserved resting surface. The concave area is reserved, but bears a large, black round motif on the centre.
22.3.27 Black inside. Wave pattern around rim. Outside shows winged Eros on his knees (all above his waist is missing), garland in right hand, ribbon in left. Added yellow and white. At each handle is a palmette flanked by tendrils. Attached to tendril on left is a serrated leaf. Foot has ruddled band, black side and inside and a ruddled, flat base.
22.3.30 Upper part of draped female figure looking right, holding a box (cista), wearing sleevless gown, bracelet, necklace, earrings, headress. There is part of another figure at the upper right. Added white is used on jewellery.
22.3.33 The fragment bears the depiction of a youth in three-quarter face, while drawing a bow. What is illustrated is the face, except for part of the hair (left side), part of an himation over his left shoulder, the arms (the right one before the hands, the left one before the forearm), the chest and the left side of the abdominals?, behind which emerges the ending of the himation. The cheek and the back have been executed with relief contour, whereas thinned brown glaze has been used for part of the hair. The interior is black, with a reserved band ca. 1 cm wide.
22.3.34 Upper part of neck and handle dipped in black. On lower part of neck are 16 narrow tongues and these are repeated on base of handle. Handle is enclosed in a heavy black loop. Egg and dot pattern on shoulder between thin bands. Enire body covered with net pattern with white dots in intersections. Heavy black band above and around the foot, with a reserved band in between. Resting surface and base are reserved and slightly convex.
22.3.35 Upper part possesses a unique pattern that could be intended to mimic a type of plant, consisting of a single white dot in the centre with six triangular shapes surrounding it, each with a white spot upon them, and a white line on each of their ends; both above and below this pattern are two straight lines, brown of colour. At the bottom is another unique pattern consisting of three white dots above what could be a type of pot drawing, with several straight lines upon it. Both these unique decorations are likely part of a larger pattern upon the original artefact's exterior.
22.3.37 Around the middle there is a painting of what appears to be a sort of vine, with numerous flowers pods protruding out of it, and several other flowers that have blossomed. At the bottom there is a small part of what appears to be from a larger pattern upon the original artefact. The exterior of object in which the paintings are upon is itself painted black.
22.3.4 Glaze fired partly to red and partly to greyish-black. Inside is reserved. Two high, curved handles black on top and reserved below. Under handles are crosses between pairs of vertical lines. On each side are four palmettes standing on four larger, inverted palmettes all joined with a chian and half a palmette at each end. In some areas are groups of very short incised vertical grooves. Below pattern are three bands and then black (faded to red) to foot and including top and side of foot. Resting surface is reserved as is base.
22.3.41 Painted exterior decoration in dark brown and dark red on a cream ground. Below a broad brown band is a red band, between two white lines, and then another brown band. The lower body is decorated with a series of vertical brown lines, between pairs of red and brown bands, all between two curvilinear patterns each comprised of two concentric circles around a single dot. This entire motif is enclosed in a lens-shaped space, between dark brown patches, underlined by more red bands between white lines. The flat bottom is decorated with a curvilinear diamond crossing a cross, both in dark brown, inscribed in a dark brown circle.
22.3.43 Mouth is black and neck has long black tongues. On front is a female head, wearing a sakkos, or scarf bound around her hair. Her head is flanked by tendrils. Barely visible white paint for radiated stephane and necklace. Bow and ribbons from bun at back of head are black. Ring foot is black, which is unevenly carried on to base.
22.3.5A-B Glaze fired red throughout. On the body below flanged rim, is key below a broad band, on reserved base an incised spiral. Inside is reserved with a broad band immediately inside the rim and a line below it, at the centre are two concentric circles. Lid: around the rim the pattern consists of leaves surroundered by parallel lines. A broad band separates another pattern of palmettes and decorative tendrils. Another broad band of concentric circles leading up to an acorn shaped knob with ridge at its base. Knob is red around bottom but reserved at top. There are also areas of white and black deposits on knob and inside on the underside of the lid and at base.
22.3.6 Black inside and out. Two superimposed red lines just below level of handles. Painted black on the outside and inside is left reserved. Just above foot is left resereved with black vertical lines serving as rays. Outer foot ring is black, as is resting surface. Base is red with two bands in centre.
22.3.7 Stamped in the centre is a single palmette, surrounded by ring of eight palmettes at irregular intervals, outside an incised circle, and beyond that a similar ring of sixteen palmettes outside another incised cirlcle. Foot ring is black inside and out as is resting surface. Base is flat and ruddled with central black dot.
22.9.1 Black lines decorate the body in geometric patterns. Front, from bottom to top: vertical rays, two horizontal bands, 7 vertical rays; two horizontal bands; 6 vertical zigzags; 2 horizontal bands; 12 or 13 short rays; one horizontal band (across maximum width, where 'arms' are extended); necklace consisting of horizontal band with pendant (disk with line extending from bottom). Head decoration is limited to wavy hair (5 vertical zigzags all around), 7 rays on the polos, 3 horizontal bands on the coil; and two eyes, on either side of the 'nose'. Otherwise reserved.
22.9.8 Horse and rider - man (?monkey). Solid. Clay pinkish, decorated in black stripes, both vertical and horizontal on horse. Man has a band round waist, arms and back. The top of his head is black.
23.11.31C2 The waistband of the figurine is striped, and the skirt is patterned with four vertical bands of alternating stripes and diagonal crosses.
23.11.31D Profile figure facing lef, wearing a helmet and holding a shield. Appears to have once held a spear. Two prominent wide legs emerge from underneath shield. Lead is an off-colour black-grey.
23.11.31F Profile figure facing right. Face visible through a helmet, with a potential eye socket marked out. Complete shield with an ornate bike spokes formation. Appears to have once held a spear. Two prominent thin legs emerge from underneath shield. Lead is an off-colour white-grey.
23.11.31G Profile figure facing right and wearing a helmet. Holding a small shield with a compact bike spokes formation. Lead is off-colour white-grey.
23.11.31H Profile figure facing right wearing a flat helmet. The face is visible, and a marking shows a potential eye socket. He carries a shield which is intact, with no defining pattern. Appears to have once held a spear. Small wide legs emerge from underneath the shield. Lead is off-colour brown-grey.
23.11.31I Profile figure facing left and wearing a helmet. Holding a shield with a compact bike spokes pattern. Wide legs emerge from underneath the shield. Lead is an off-colour brown-grey.
23.11.31J It is unclear which side is meant to be the front and whether the figure is intened to be in profile. The shield has an ornate bike spokes pattern. Lead is off-colour brown-grey.
23.11.31M Profile figure wearing a helmet and holding a circular shield with a possible bike spokes pattern. Appears to have once held a spear. Thin legs emerge from underneath the shield. Lead is an off-colour brown-grey.
23.11.31OO Profile figure facing the direction right. does not appear to be a Spartan warrior. possibly a Persian warrior or leader? face. helm and armour slightly visible though. defining feature is a ponytail at the back of his helm. not clear whether he is carrying any weaponry. representation of Persian King Darius or Xerxes from the Persian Wars? lead figures part of a large relief commemorating the war? or just used for ritual purposes with the flogging at the Temple of Artemis Orthia? pretty good condition. lead is an off-colour brown grey, similar to 23.11.31h. bears no similarity to the other lead warriors, as it is a lot thinner than them and lacks a shield.
23.4.1 Black inside, with 8 ivy leaves reserved on rim joined by a stem and with groups of white berries. At the base of the inside is a stamped pattern of 5 linked palmettes around a horse shoe pattern with ovules inside, and there are ovules around the outside between bands. Side A is a youth with discus and athlete holding aryballos and side B is an athlete and youth with a discus hanging on the wall. Below each handle is a group of three palmettes. Moulded ridge above foot, which is black all over. Base is reserved in centre with three black bands, two broad and one narrow.
25.6.2 Black on the inside except for a reserved disk in the centre approx 6.0 cm diam. Small handles moving straight out from side, black underneath but reserved on top. On the main zone; A and B. Man leaning on stick listens to a seated lyre player. Handle palmette behind musician has lotus attached to it on left. Between listener and other handle palmette a tall thin lotus bud. Beneath each handle is a small clover leaf. Beneath the main zone is a black disk leading down the stem to the foot. The rim and base of the foot are reserved except for a black band on the base.
25.6.3 Top of neck, back on handle, base of body, top of foot and edge of lower step of foot all black but have a streaky glaze. Rim of mouth reserved. Shoulder design is two rows of bars, the first shorter than the second. Body from top to bottom is three rows of black dots separated by lines. Symposium: Man reclining, woman lyre-player seated at foot of couch. At each side, woman on animal (perhaps mule [looks like llama]). Incised detail on drapery (black robes) and on lyre. Below are reserved bands on black glaze. Foot black on top and on lower edge, reserved in the middle. Base reserved.
25.6.8 Black line along rim. 2 small black possibly floral designs with 2 thin wavy lines between them, which have faded from black, on a reserved background. Inside is black with small bits of paint chipped away.
25.8.1 Black inside and out but lip reserved. Neck is reserved as is underside of handle. Top of handle was once black with a ridge running down the centre. Shoulder has short bars at base of neck above a lotus bud chain with interlaced stems above a black band. Body shows a hoplite putting on greaves, facing right to a woman holding spear and shield. Two onlookers left and one on right, all facing him. Colour worn but corselet originally red and possibly hair too. Below is black to base, including top of foot, but not side, which is reserved. Base is reserved and concave.
25.8.2 Paint fired red. The rim of the bowl is red. Inside has an eight pointed cross whose spokes reach from the rim to the base. Outside has a red band around rim and a main design of seven long-necked birds facing right with dot rosettes in the field. On bottom is an uneven, eight-spoked wheel with two holes pierced in bottom, one opposite the other.
25.8.4 On top of mouth is a daisy pattern and there is one band on the side. In upper animal zone, ram facing lion (?) with head turned back. In lower, hare between two dogs. Centred circles in field. Bottom daisy pattern round small sunk centre. Zones separated by thin parallel bands.
25.8.5 The handle is black with a reserved line at the foot of each tier. The surface of the lid shows alternate palmettes and lotuses, four of each, joined by tendrils. Towards the edge of the lip is a thin black line, with a thicker one outside it that goes right to the edge of the rim. The underside of the lid is reserved.
25.8.6 Lip inside and outside black. Shoulder: five lotus buds separated by spots, body- probably a runner facing left between youthfull onlookers; the figures in the center and on the left completely repainted. Below, thick black band. Rim of foot missing, but remainder is reserved.
25.9.1 Inside is black with a reserved band below where mouth begins to flare. The mouth is wide and flares outwards. On the exterior surface at the top is a patterned band of two rows of 'cccc' shapes, one row above the other. Two handles, one each side are black and it is hard to distinguish what is on the body behind the handle (maybe a panel with dots?). On side A, Eros flies towards a woman who retreats towards youth seated naked on a folding garment and holding alabastron. Side B shows 2 youths, clothed, the one on the right holding a stick. Brown for feathers at top of Eros' wing. White garland, neckless, bracelet of woman and fillet held by Eros. Below them is a reserved panle with egg shapes with dits in between. Stem and top of foot black, reserved band at top of foot. Base reserved.
25.9.2 The inside is black at the base and reserved up the interior walls. On the upper surface around mouth are alternating black and red tongues surrounded by double row of dots between lines. Outside these is black around the curved body down the stem to the foot. Black glaze badly fired revealing many colours. Side of foot is reserved as is resting surface and central base section which is flat but raised a long way inside the footring which is black inside.
25.9.3 The vessel bears impressed (stamped) decoration and is black inside, as well as outside. There is a rope-shaped plastic motif above the shoulder of the vessel and the body is ribbed (long, tongue-shaped motives). Below the handle there are ten impressed palmettes (voluted with narrow divisions), arranged in an inverted triangle. The resting surface bears traces of a red line, its shallow inner side bears a black band, the central part is red and there is a black circle with a dot at the centre.
25.9.4 Body, shoulder and neck white ground. Cup mouth is black. Handle black on the back and cream ground underneath. On shoulder are two rows of radiating bars. Body design is an ivy-spray, with circles of dots and heart shaped leaves, between bands of grille pattern, at front only and all in black. Three wet-incised lines below. Side and base of foot heavily ruddled. Footring reserved.
26.12.1 On mouth two concentric circles. Three horizontal bands on the handle. No shoulder decoration. On body, six (or seven?) thin bands above three thick ones. Base is slightly concave and reserved.
26.12.10 Inside black with reserved line at top. Two handles are balck on top but reserved underneath. Outer surface top to bottom, black band on offset rim, ivy leaves, black line, inverted ivy leaves, black band, thin band, main design, three black bands, alternating red and black tongues, red ridge, black foot. Main design is similar both sides and shows a wedded pair in chariot with many onlookers or attendants of both genders. On far side of chariot is a bearded man between two women. Onlookers appear to be mostly in pairs. Women originally had white painted flesh. Clothing detail is incised. Foot is black on top but lowest point of side is reserved. Inner foot ring is black and base is reserved except for a black band in the centre.
26.12.11 Inside black with reserved line round lip and reserved disk with one black circle in the bottom. Handle is black on top and reserved underneath. Outer surface, from top to bottom has black band, ivy leaves, black band, inverted ivy leaves, two black bands, main design, three black bands, broad black band, three narrow bands, red and black alternating bars, black band, red ridge, black foot. The main design is similar both sides of Amazons fleeing a quadriga (four horse chariot). Four sphinxes, facing handles, one each side. Horses are black with detail in red and white. Lower part of side of foot reserved, as is resting surface. Inner foot ring black with base reserved except for a central dot and two rings in black.
26.12.12 Inside is black with reserved line at lip. The rim isblack on the outside. The object is reserved apart from the design of two boxers between two seated men who are facing them. On each side of the scene are the tips of the wings of sphinxes, who were presumably facing the handles. Red is used for hair and folds in garments. Detail is incised.
26.12.13 Lip, handle, neck and back of body all black. Reserved panel in front with main design and two sets of parallel, vertical black lines either side of a double row of dots. Horizontal row of tongues at top. Main design of Amazon on horseback with pelta (shield) and two spears, wearing helmet. At the bottom of the panel, running all the way around is a painted red line, now hardly visible. Foot is black on top and side but reserved on resting surface and underside.
26.12.14 Lip, handle, neck and back of body all black. Horizontal row of nine tongues at top, just below neck, above main, reserved panel, with two parallel, vertical black lines either side of panel (shields ?). Main design of warrior facing right, with helmet, shield, and spear. Ivy leaves on stems in field. Foot is black on top and side, but reserved on resting surface.
26.12.15 Inside is black with a reserved line halfway down rim and a reserved centre circle with a black band and a central dot. The rim is vertical and offset slightly. Two handles are black all over. Outside design, from top to bottom is, black rim, lotus bud and dots linked with chain, black band with narrower bands either side, alternating buds and dots slighlty diagonal, black band with narrower bands either side, rays. At top is a red ridge that then leads to a ribbed and reserved stem. The lower half is black as is the top of the foot and the side. The foot has a thicker ridge around the edge resulting in a channel effect going all the way around it. The resting surface and conical base are reserved apart from the inner ring of the foot which is black.
26.12.16 Probably Kleinmeister type. Forepart of horse?, woman to right in mantle decorated with purple, white and incisions, facing man to left in black mantle. Lower part only of figures preserved. Below a black band. Interior is black.
26.12.17 Inside is black except for a reserved rim and a medallion at the center with a dancing woman inside and with bands around the edge. Two handles, black on top and reserved underneath. Side A is a charioteer mounting quadriga, beside horses is a lyre player and at handles is a satyr pursuing woman. Side B is similar, but woman and satyr have changed places. Dots and branches with dots along in the field. Under each handle is a single ivy leaf. Black band, then black stem to foot. Top of foot is black but side is reserved as is the base which is flat except for a central concave black circle.
26.12.18 Inside is black with reserved rim and central medallion outlined with bands and has a picture of a man with a staff. Figures in black with incised detail. Two handles, one on each side, are black on the top and reserved underneath. Below each handle is a single ivy leaf. The outer surface has a similar picture both sides of a satyr attacking a maenad between two palmettes. Branches with fruit in the field.
26.12.19 Handle black on outside and reserved underneath. Shoulder: rays and long, thin lotus buds; black band at join with body. Top of bod: two rows black dots bordered by smaller white dots. Body: ram in cauldron set on tripod over a fire, flanked by two females holding wreaths on either side. Below is a broad black band with a thin band between reserved bands either side. Lower step of foot black; base reserved. This is probably the scene in which Medea tricked the daughters of Peleus: she killed an old ram, cut up its body and threw it in a boiling cauldron. Medea, a sorceress, restored the ram's life and made it young. Whereupon Pelias' daughters kill Pelias and toss his body into the cauldron. Medea did not, however, restore Pelias' life and was driven out of Iolcus.
26.12.20 Heavy fabric. Cup mouth (with vertical sides) and neck are black. The shoulder is decorated with a ring of dots. Below the rim, is a frieze of radiating leaves. Body zone is covered with a white ground and is decorated with diagonal lines criss-crossing one another (net pattern), with thin bands at the top and bottom. Below where the handle would have been the body is reserved. Below is black, except for the reserved foot.
26.12.24A-B Lid: The knob of the handle is flat and circular, the top of which is black, with a small reserved well in the centre. The rim and a band below it is reserved, but the rest of the stem and a thick band surrounding it is black. A reserved zone on the upper surface depicts six palmettes, with an ivy flower after each three. The outer rim of the lid is also black, as is the inside. Lekanis: The resting surface for the lid is black. The two horizontal handles are decorated around the edge with vertical bars. On either side of each handle is a small protrusion, with a black line on each side. The walls, in the handle zone, are decorated with vertical wavy lines. The lower part of the body is black, as is in the interior. The base of the ring foot is reserved.
26.12.25 Top reserved with seven, hand drawn black spirals. The rest of the object is black with the exception of the base which is reserved.
26.12.26 The vessel bears an uneven black glaze, but it is partly fired red. There is a wide groove at the rim and two more at the upper part of the neck, from which seem to be hanging seven, double, semi-circular, white lines, each one flanked by vertical ones. There are also two grooves that contour the upper part of the vessel's shoulder. The latter bears decoration in white, of a branch with double-leaved (teardropped) motives. There is one last groove below that pattern.
26.12.27 The inside is streaky black, the outside is unpainted except the ledge at the bottom of the body which is streaky black. The flange supports the lid. The lid fits over the body to rest on the flange. The top of the lid is also flanged. From the middle of this flange rises a cut-off, grooved cone. The main surface of the lid is decorated with a streaky glaze with a repetitive pattern: two reserved vertical lines followed by a reserved oval. This seems to have been repeated around the whole body but one half of the glaze/pattern is missing.
26.12.2A-B Two handles, round with projections. Base has concave sides. Red band on rim. In handle zone are black zigzags, on body black and red bands. Flat base reserved. Inside is a black band below rim and then a black band in the base. Lid: Central circular knob with bands on top and down lid itself; rim set back to allow the lid to sit in pyxis.
26.12.3 Handle with hole for suspension. On top of mouth are three concentric circles. On side is a band. Neck has daisy petal pattern. Body: bands above and below the main design of a man attacking a lion. At back large black circle with black centre. In field rosettes with incisions intersecting at centre and dots. Added red for decoration. Many bands on base.
26.12.30 The inside of the cone is reserved. Bottom of bowl inside is brown, probably because another base was placed inside it for firing. Heavy faine (?).
26.12.33 Decorated with black slip inside and out; dipped. The base is reserved except at the edges where drip marks extend over it.
26.12.5 On top of mouth, very broad band between two thin ones and a band on the side. Shoulder design is radiating lines with a band below, double row of dots, another band. Body: Lotus-palmette design (with traces of red/purple) flanked by two ducks whose tails overlap. Rosettes, one with double incised circle at centre, others with cross incisions in field. Below design are bands. Foot is black and base has three bands.
26.12.6 Pale greenish clay once decorated with black paint, now brown. Two handles left reserved. Mouth black and on shoulder is a daisy-petal pattern. Just above the widest part of the body is a single row of dots and the rest is banded.
26.12.7 Lip decorated with black vertical lines. Interior: Three concentric bands of red, each approximately 1.3 wide. There are three narrower concentric red bands at centre. Four small, round handles, arranged symetricaly, are decorated with the same vertical lines as on the rim. The body is decorated on with three bands: (1) vertical lines in red; (2) triangles filled in with cross-hatching alternating with small loops, each made up of three concentric semi-circles around a dot; (3) triangles inscribed with smaller triangles. Each band of decoration is separated by a triglyph compased of two thin red bands on either side of a thicker red band. There is a thicker red band towards the bottom of the foot. The edge of the foot is decorated with red vertical lines. Inside the flat resting surface are two concentric red bands.
26.2.24A-B Interlaced black lotuses and palmettes with details in red and incision, bordered above and below by two lines of thinned black less than a half centimeter apart, on yellowish buff ground. Underneith the second red line on the bottom there are three .1 width lines, with the bottom line bleeding into a broad black zone which contains two 2 thin .5 width red bands .5 apart from each other, the first starting immediately under the last of the three small black lines, while everything underneith and between the red lines is black. Inside black.
26.2.31 The underside is reserved except for both sides of the foot ring which are black. The upper part is reserved apart from the decoration. This consists of a red band with three red, narrower ones below it. This forms the outline to the central medallion of black lotus buds and goups of palmette leaves which radiate from (missing) centre.
26.2.32 Red painted designs on cream-buff slip on orange red clay. On the underside on the rim there are four .5 wide dashes at one side and a 2 horizontal bar at the other while on the underside body there are four red bands following the contours of the dish all between 1 and 3 apart. On the topside, from top to bottom are four verticle bars alternating with 9 dot rosettes on rim, of which survive from left to right two verticle lines, nine dots, four verticle lines, and nine dots before the fragment ends. On the top of the face of the dish itself is a ca. 1.5 broad red band and below this is a zone of lotus flowers and buds with a final 1 broad band below.
26.2.35 No finished edges. The underside has broad streaky black bands on pale buff slip with slightly raised moulding that must have encircled top of stem with a thin and feint band around it. Inside the dish, on pale buff slip, from top to bottom is the lower part of animal zone showing two hooved feet and grass. Below is a red zigzag between two white-red-white on black bands. Below and in centre of dish (now missing) is a rosette made of leaves with dots and spokes bewteen.
26.2.36 No finished edges. The underside is reserved but there is a small trace of a band in the lowest corner. The topside has possible traces of creamy slip. In the centre are six red on black alternating tongues and these are between two stalked and dotted rosettes. Above is the remains of a band with superimposed white and red on black and a similar band is below.
26.2.39 No finished edges. On the underside of the dish fragment, on creamy-buff slip, are the slight remains of floral(?) zone above a black band thinned to golden brown at bottom with black rays and rough dots below that. The topside is onate with a meander pattern inside two bands at bottom of fragment with black above with white-red-white band superimposed. Above this band are red and white swirls surrounded by dots.
26.2.64 Exterior creamy ground white with a pattern of nearly parallel brown curves that get increasingly shorter, creating a pie slice shape (perhaps the folds of skin on the neck of a bull, fracing right), along with part of a lower eyelid. Interior black with a red line alone one edge. Right above the red line is a white line. There are also a few other splotches of white, probably white outline of lotus flower (or two) with a red centre.
26.2.66 Exterior cream ground with two golden-brown bands running lengthwise, between two golden-brown lines. The interior shows two white bands running lengthwise on a brownish-black ground. One of the white bands is dashed, while the other is complete.
26.2.68 Exterior white with one small red/brown section of a pattern at the highest point and one thick almost 1 red/brown line abour half way from the top. Interior is black/brown with a pair(?) of thin faded white lines 0.5 cm from the top edge; below, a repeating pattern of black teardrops, and below that a pattern of white lotus buds interspliced with red dots.
26.2.72 Clay the usual grey, but the white ground of the outside is more stony and less milky than normal. Outside, back hair in three tresses and a spiral curl and part of wing of sphinx. Inside streaky black with one band of better preserved black due to disappearance of superimposed red or white.
26.4.1A-B Lid are palmettes and tendrils, three ridges painted black and bars to edge which is slightly raised. Underside is black around edge and reserved in the centre. Body is black inside and on outer rim. Design on sides comprised of alternating palmettes and lotuses (three of each) joined by tendrils. Below is a broad black band, ridge with red either sid eand rays. Inset tripod foot which is black at top and red on outside but black inside feet. Base ruddled
26.4.2 The rim on the outside has a thick black band round it, which stops at the top of the handles. On both sides of the handle, the same images are repeated, showing the figure of a bird in between two palmettes with stems ending in a curling ventril with a pendant pointing down towards the foot. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf with a curled stem. Below these images, is a thin black band, and then a thick one that also encompasses the top side of the foot. The edge of the foot is grooved and reserved, as is the outer rim of the base of the foot. On the base of the foot, there is a well approx 3.8cm wide and 1.5cm deep. The inside of this well and a rim around the edge is fired black, but is mostly red. The inside of the Kylix shows a thin black band that has been extended from the outside. Then there is a thin reserved band, the rest of the inside entirely glazed, except for a small reserved circle in the centre.
26.4.3 Lid is decorated with palmettes, and black vertical bars on the rim. Stamnos-pyxis also has black vertical bars, on the shoulder. Body: two thin black bands, four palmettes, stems rising from a thick black band below them. The base is reserved.
26.4.3A-B Lid has small knob for handling. Shoulder (lid surface) is decorated with four palmettes seperated by lotus's, the rim of the ld is black as is the inside of the vessel. The underside of the lid is reserved. A wave pattern decorates the body whilst the underside and foot are black. The base is reserved.
26.4.4 The rim of the mouth has a thin redish band round it, below is reserved, and then there is another thin reddish band. The handles begin just below this band, but rise above the mouth of the pot. The outside of the handles are black, the inside reserved. On either side of each handle are small blunt spurs (four in total). The main zone of the body is decorated, on either side, with lotuses between palmettes. Between the spurs and the handles are ivy leaves (three with stems, one without). Beneath each handle, there is a palmette. Below the main zone are three red bands, a thin one on either side of a thick one. There is then a reserved space, before another thin band, below which is a thick one. The molded foot has reserved ridges on either side of a reddish-black one. The base of the foot is also reserved. The inside of the pot is red.
26.4.5 On the flat top of the knob, there is a 16 rayed astar in black. On the stem of the lid, are four seperate bands. On the lid, there is an ivy wreath with a faint red stem running through the middle, in between two thin black bands. Outside this, there is a band of leaves and then a plain outer band that reaches the rim. The underneath of the lid is reserved and has a ridge about 1.5cm in.
26.5.1 Inside black apart from a reserved band around rim and disk in bottom. The Handles are black on top and reserved underneath. Both sides are the same, with a bird (duck/swan) on each side between palmette with curling stem. Under one handle is an ivy leaf on a stem. Below are bands. Red band around top of foot.
26.5.2 Inside is reserved except for two bands in centre. On top is a double row of black dots between red lines. Below are three black bands. Turned in rim is black on inside. Foot ring is black. On bottom is a central dot and two circles. Black but largely fired red. Handle is reserved.
26.7.1 Handles have a mixed pattern of horizontal lines at the top and bottom with vertical lines in the middle with the underneath reserved. Inside is almost ribbed in texture and painted black/brown with convex circle at centre. Outside is reserved apart from pattern which is similar both sides. Central design is a four-spoked wheel within two circles flanked by two horizontal patterns of crossed lines and three vertical lines. Below is two bands then brown almost to bottom except for a thin reserved band at base. Underneath is flat and reserved.
26.7.14 Fragment. The top of the fragment has a black line around it, below which is a handle. Shape of the handle is completely round, with a flick on one side. To the right of the handle are two lines of dots that run one above the other. Below the handle are two parallel lines. The inside of the fragment is black, fired red.
26.7.15 On main zone, both A and B show a spray of leaves in applied white. There is a long stem leading down to the foot, the base of which has a thin wash of glaze on it.
26.7.2 The interior of the vessel is streaky black (uneven) except for the tondo (reddish brown), that depicts a (shadow of a) man, in a short chiton, facing right and advancing. He is holding a (thorny) club with his right hand and his himation with the left one (using it as a shield?), while his sword is visible at his right side. Exterior: The lip bears a thin, black line. The surface of the body is reserved (up to the point where the scene ends) but bears decoration in black. The scene is repeated on both sides; the myth of Heracles and the Bull. Herakles has captured the Bull from the head. Hanging in the background (above them) there are Herakles' club, cloak and quiver. The scene is flanked (left and right) by fan-shaped palmettes (voluted at the bottom with long, narrow divisions). The lower part of the handles' external surface is black and under either of them there is an ivy leaf (heart-shaped). Below the scene, there is a streaky black line and, after a reserved, thin band, the vessel is (streaky) black up to the end of the foot, whose side surface is reserved, though. The base is reserved but bears a red thin band at the center of the resting surface. No incisions or added colour have been used.
26.7.6 On top of mouth three bands and on the side are dots. Two vertical lines border the back of the handle. On shoulder is a daisy pattern. Main design is of three grazing deer, facing right, with three bands framing them above and below. On bottom small circle and round sunk centre.
26.8.1 Interior black and exterior decorated with black ornament. Black band on handle extending down each side, with horizontal bars between. On the body are panels or vertical strips of check pattern, herring-bone, cross-hatched lozenges and (bordered above by a row of dots), chevrons flanked by horizontal zigzags and at each end a vertical zigzag and this pattern is repeated on the other side. The lower part of body is black to base, which is reserved and flat.
26.8.2 Top of mouth broad band between two pairs of lines with two bands on side. Grazing goat to right, body framed in dots. Added red on hindquarters. Field rosettes with incised circle at centre. Below goat three bands with the middle one broader. Behind goat is a heart shape within a circle. Large area left blank in the 'white style' on opposite face to goat. On base is three bands with a dot in the centre.
26.8.3 Mouth black inside and out with a reserved rim. Shoulder bars at base of neck, lower buds which have almost degenerated into rays. At top of body is a debased checker board in three rows. Main design is of Athena attacking a giant who is beaten to his knees, between trees. Below are reserved bands and rest of body is black. Top of foot is black as is lower step. Base has traces of black paint.
27.10.1 Reddish-brown on pale buff ground. On shoulder, five groups of concentric arcs, three based on outer circumference, one sideways, one base towards neck. Eight black narrow band are nestled between two broad black bands. The pattern repeats itself on the body and base three times, with a variation after the first group where there are three reddish-brown narrow bands in the buff area. The base is buff, with an overlap of a broad black band.
27.3.1 Greenish ground. Inside is purple/red band then brown paint inside. Outside from top to bottom; black, white, red, white, brown, white, red. Eight black rays radiating from bottom. On base are three concentric black circles, the outermost is the broadest.
27.3.3 Fine thin fabric of pinkish-buff ground. Inside is purple/black with traces of red bands. Rim flares out and on it is a black band with two thin red bands. Below this are vertical bars in two groups, some longer. One broad black band then three narrow red bands. Five pronged triangular lines radiating from base. Two bands on foot and three on base.
27.3.5 Decoration faded brick-red. On lip five concentric circles, on handle is a vertical zigzag between two thin lines. On shoulder are two dogs running to the right. On body are a group of four lines, between two bands, then six lines, below which are four bands. The base is reserved and concave with a small central protrusion.
27.3.6 On rim, four concentric circles. On handle, three horizontal bars (bottom two somewhat slanted). On shoulder three dot rosettes comprised of seven dots each. From top to bottom; two lines, three rows of dots, twelve lines, and finally a band of six rays. The base is only slightly concave, with a slight protrusion in the middle, and is circumscribed with two black bands.
27.3.7 On lip rays and a circle around the outer edge. Rays on shoulder. Five broad reddish-purple bands on the body, each with two thin black lines superimposed. Between bands there are double rows of black scales. Triangular rays radiate from bottom upwards. Slightly concave base. Object is top heavy.
27.3.9 The decoration above the shoulder is unclear. A fish is probably depicted on the shoulder. On the body, black bands of varying thicknesses, range from top to bottom. The base is reserved and almost flat. Shallow groove between slight footing and central flat disk.
27.4.1 Glazed black on the interior, except for a reserved band within 0.4 cm of the top edge. Exterior black glazed except, in the handle zone, a frieze decorated on each side with a pair of eyes between 5-petalled palmettes, above another reserved band. Each palmette is joined to the corresponding handle by a tendril. Each eye consists of a white circle within a black eye shape, surmounted by a black eyebrow decorated with white dots, and above a plain black curving line that mirrors the shape of the eyebrow. Between each pair of eyes is a straight vertical band, indicative of a nose, decorated with a row of white dots. Between the handle attachments and below each handle is a set of four sloppy spots arranged in a diamond form.
27.4.11 The interior is black, but reserved at the bottom of the bowl. There is a red line around the lip. The body is decorated with figural scenes. A: Two sphinxes. B: A female figure (Artemis or 'Mistress of animals'?) between two lions (alternate stripes of white and red indicate the ribs and hindquarters of the lions). Beneath each handle stands a water bird (swan?) facing to the right. Rosettes and rows of dots in the field. Below the figural zone are two red lines, then a black band, a frieze of narrow black rays (slightly overlapping the black band above). The ring foot is black on the exterior and resting surface. The central part of the underside is decorated with a black dot at centre, surrounded by a black dircle and, farther out, a red circle. White is used on parts of the lions, necks and breasts of sphinxes and woman, and parts of the wings of birds.
27.4.12 Rim decorated with black lines/petals. Inside of bowl, there is a thick band and then two smaller circles, accentuated by thin black bands. The outer circle contains small black dots, the inner circle, a star shape made out of seven lines with a black dot in the middle. Underside of the rim, shows same line/petal motif as other side, but then there is only a thin band. Inside this is an alternating swastika and dot rosette pattern, and then another thin band. A thick black band is around the neck of the foot, the rim and base of which are not glazed. The foot has a thin black band just inside the rim.
27.4.2 Large part of one side smeared(?). The paint is fired red throughout. On the rim is a red band, the inside of the pot is completely red, though the glaze appears black towardes the centre. On the outside, a thick red band lies above two rows of leaves, separated by a thin band. Below the second row of leaves is another thick band, which reaches nearly to the rim of the foot. The foot rim and base are reserved.
27.4.4 Paint is red-brown. Single handle with incised line down back creating two halves. Trefoil mouth with short bars around, leading to long straight neck. On neck are two parallel bands at the top, above four groups of three tongues with a red bar across top. Three bands separate neck design from shoulder design of three grazing deer facing right with zig-zag fill ornaments above shoulders and a small bird (?) on extreme left. On body is one zone of checks and then bands to base. Base is flat and reserved.
27.4.5 Black band round rim. Handles also have a black gaze, but only on their upper half. Inside the bowl are two seperate thick black bands. On the outside are two more black bands, though roughly half the width of the first, starting just below the handles. The smallest ridge on the foot is glazed as an extention of the band that surrounds it. Heavy fabric.
27.4.7 Main design, framed, shows a baby with amulets slung around him and a thread on his ankle, leaning his hands on a table. Facing him is a duck, behind him a chous on the ground, over the table a bunch of grapes. Above the panel egg pattern part of the way around the neck. Otherwise the surface is black, except for the reserved resting surface and raised base.
27.6.75 Fragment, showing the very top of a man's head. Has a thin stripe around the edge and the main picture is curved inwards, both suggesting that the fragment is part of a plate or similar item. Some writing is visible around the inside of the stripe. The other side is also black, with lots of small chips
28.6.1 Handle all black, as is neck and back of body. At the front on shoulder is an inverted swirl / wave pattern, consisting of four waves. Below is the main design of an athlete (naked) with a discus standing between two clothed youths, the left of them holding a discus. Robe detail is picked out in black paint. No relief contour. There is an reserved line incised above foot. Foot is black on the top and side but the underneath is reserved and flat.
28.6.2 Mouth, handle, neck and back of body are all black. Main design is of a woman dancing, facing right and standing beside a box. Her right hand has the fingers bent in an ungainly manner. Pair of krotala hanging on wall. Reserved line beneath the picture. Foot is moulded and black on the top and reserved on the side and underneath.
28.6.3 Rim slightly offset. Originally two horizontal handles, now one left. Black inside and out except for the design which is reserved. Side A is an athlete with a strigil and B is a youth with a strigil. Beneath each handle are palmettes with side tendrils. Foot-ring is black inside and out resting surface reserved. Underneath is reserved, with 2 black circles at centre.
28.6.4 Black inside and out. Main design is similar both sides and is of a youth facing right. Beneath each handle is a palmette with side tendrils reaching from the palmette to the figure. Ruddled band below design above foot-ring which is black inside and out whilst the resting surface is reserved. Underneath ruddled with 2 fine black circles at the centre.
28.6.5 On top, the helmeted head of Athena Parthenos in relief, very worn. Body grooved around the relief. Handle grooved and rises above body. Piece is black glazed throughout, including base. Surface pitted with a good deal of flaking of the glaze.
28.9.1 Black inside rim but reserved in body. Neck is black. Shoulder is reasonably flat and has red and black tongues above a combat scene of seven warriors. Incised white and added red detail. Two horizontal handles all black, as is back of body. Front has panel belween two rows of ivy leaves. Scene is of horses and warriors facing right. Warriors are not mounted on horses but stood behind. Below this is a panel showing a lion facing a boar between palmettes. Bands above and below this. Black band to rays at foot. Side of foot is black half way with bottom half reserved. Base reserved.
29.11.1 Mouth black inside and out with a reserved rim. Neck and underside of single curved handle are reserved. Shoulder has bars at base of neck with a ring of lotus buds on edge - circular mistake between rows. Thin black band around edge of shoulder. Body design has two men each leading a horse to right. Both wear cloaks, first helmet, second petasos. Red for beards, manes, tails and peytrels. White on helmet and design on horses, but badly faded. Black band followed by reserved band, then black stem. Disk foot is black on top but reserved on the edge with a flat, reserved base with a central circular concave section.
29.11.2 Main zone of body cream ground. Mouth black inside and out, lip reserved. Handle black underneath reserved. Shoulder is decorated with two rows of rays or buds (the lower row is slanted to the right). The body is decorated with a symposium scene: a man reclines and a seated woman plays the lyre, framed by two seated women and branches. Above the panel are two irregular rows of dots. Below the main scene are two uneven black bands, then the bottom of the body and top of the foot are black. Side and base of foot reserved.
29.11.3 The vessel is grey (burnt), apart from the rim, the back of the handle, the lower body and upper foot surface, which are black. There is added white on the lower neck, shoulder and upper body surface. There is also a row of black dots and pointed tongues on the shoulder, as well as the motif two rows of black dots between dividing lines (three), interrupted at the back side of the vessel. The scene depicted is that of a charioteer (woman) ridding a chariot of four horses (quadriga). There is a woman at the horses' tails, another standing on the far side of the horses and another seated at the right of the scene. Added red has been used for the faces of the women and for the ornament of the horses' harness. Below the scene, there is a broad, black band between carelessly executed lines and the rest of the vessel is black, apart from the side surface of the foot and the resting surface, which are reserved.
29.11.4 Inside black with reserved disk within one black circle in bottom. Reserved band at lip, just inside. Offset rim is black on outside. Two handles are black on the top and reserved underneath. Main design is similar on both sides and shows a seated man between standing women and youths, and a sphinx facing away from the group on eiach side. All the standing figures are facing the seated one: this is perhaps Zeus at the centre of the Pantheon of gods. Footring is black inside and out and the resting surface and lower third of outer edge is reserved. Base within footring is reserved and convex.
29.11.5 Inside is black, as is the outer rim and the outside of the two oblong handles, although the inside is reserved. Thin red band runs under black rim on outside of pot. The main design is the same on both sides and is of two cattle (bulls ?) one grazing between palmettes. Possible traces of coloured bands on black portion. Black band beneath and then the stem is also black. The foot is black on top, side, resting surface and part of underneath, although centre is reserved.
29.11.6 The vessel is divided in three horizontal zones by lines of unequal width. There are also very thin, vertical lines at the sides of and beneath the handles. A (above): A youth (servant?), making a gesture as if offering something (perhaps a branch, which extends from the servant's wrist) to a bearded, draped man (possibly Dionysos), at centre. He holds a large kantharos and leans against a rock. Behind him is another youth, who is perhaps supporting the rock. On either side of the scene there are palmettes that seem to have sprung from the handles. B (above): Similar to side A, except that the man reclines on a couch, and the vessel is offered to him by a (servant?) woman in front of him. The youth behind him looks to the left. The scene is framed vertically on both sides by a series of dots as well as the same palmettes as on side A. A-B (below): A band of palmettes, every second one inverted; two lines; a band of of tongues; reserved band. Base black, with black concentric circles on the underside. Interior: reserved band within lip. At centre, tondo decorated with the winged horse, Pegasus, advancing to the right.
29.11.7 The rim turns sharply out and has a thick black band round it, below which is a thick reserved band. The interior is mostly black with a well (approx 3.7 cm) in the centre of the dish that has a thin reserved band just outside it, and a small reserved disk in the centre. The handles are rounded at the far end, and have black tips. On the main zone; A: Curling tendril and leaf between upright palmettes. B to A, with addition of vertical wavy line between palmette on right and handle. Below is a thin coloured band, a reserved band, and then colour down to and including the stem of the foot. The edge of the foot has two ridges on it, the lower of which is black, the upper one reserved. The base of the rim is also reserved. The base of the foot slopes inwards, the walls of the slope are red, then the centre is reserved except for a thin red band and a red dot in the centre.
29.5.1 Black inside and out with a red rim. Handle is black on top and reserved underneath. Red line, drawn unevenly around base of neck. Shoulder has five-leaved palmette (red and black alternating) between two onlookers dressed in black but holding red objects. Body has a hoplite between two pairs of onlookers. Red for hair, folds of himatia, helmet and greaves. White for shield device which is of a leaf and spots (now faded) on palmette. Bands beneath picture, black to foot and on top of foot. Resting surface and base are reserved.
29.5.2 The outer edge of the rim has a thick black band. Below this, is the main zone and the handles. The handles finish above the height of the kylix, and are black on the outside, reserved on the inside. On the main zone: A. Nike flying with garland; B. Pegasus. Either side of each figure, are palmettes which end in a curling vendril with a pendant. Below this is a thin black band, then a reserved one. The rest of the body is black, until two thirds of the way down the edge of the foot. The lower ridge of the foot is reserved. On the base of the foot, the edge is reserved. Most of the base is black except for a thin reserved band near the ridge and two bands on the inside of the well in the foot. Except for a reserved band around the inside rim, inside the body is entirely black.
29.5.3 The decoration is executed with red colour and incisions. Rim: There are petal-shaped tongues on the top surface and dots at the side one. The back of the handle bears three, almost vertical (the central one is wavy) lines. Below the handle on the body there are five (the one smaller) rosettes (leaved rodakes), with incisions intersecting at the centre. The main design is a swan with outspread wings, facing right. Details are incised and there is some added red on its wings and tail. The swan appears to step on a row of petal-shaped spots that contours the sunk centre of the vessel, serving as a base.
30.11.1 On mouth, daisy pattern between two pairs of circles; cross-hatching on one edge of rim. Daisy petals on neck. Main zone: In front large lotus cross with incised outline, small field rosettes, at back large rosettes with single or double incised circles at centre. Above and below main zone, seven thin bands with double row of vertical line patterns in the middle. On the base, band of leaves and a dot in the very centre, which is indented.
30.11.2 Handles turn outwards and end in small knob where they join body. Inside from top to bottom, vertical lines in groups, circular pattern of brown with some red showing through. Sides concave and decorated with groups of straight or wavy lines in four rows between bands of two or three. Base is plain.
30.11.3 Central knob painted red. Paint red for black. On upper surface, band of lanceolate leaves framed by two thin lines, between two thick painted bands. Underside is reserved.
30.11.4 Interior surface has horizontal bands around rim and then black bands to centre . The space in between is reserved. Two horizontal handles, one on each side, are semi-circular with projections and each has a black line running along topside. On exterior surface from handles to base is a row of dots linked by lines, three black bands, leaves with lines inside, black bands, dots around shallow foot. Base is flat and has four triangles with hatching, four leaves in a cruciform shape attached to a central band and dot.
31.6.1 Inside is black with a reserved band around rim and a central reserved circle with a black band and a black dot in the centre. Two rounded handles, black on the top and reserved underneath. Offset rim, is black and a small ridge separates this from the first bands of lotus and palmettes linked by chains with dots between. Below this is a band with group of narrow bands either side. Next band has animals (panther and horse / deer / goat / boar) some standing, some sitting and some appear to be fighting. Finally there is a red band with a group of black bands either side. Final band has rays, alternately oblique and outlined. Bands then red band around top of stem and black foot on top and side. Resting surface is reserved and the base is conical with a black band around rim.
33.4.3 The mouth, neck, and handle are black, with some reddish patches. There are two reddish brown lines above the shoulder carination and two below it. The body scene depicts a naked youth in profile to the right, offering a bird (duck?) to Charon (the ferryman who conducts souls to Hades). The latter, standing on his half-moon shaped boat, wearing reddish-brown clothing and a dotted ovaloid headdress, is accepting the offer. Below, there is a reddish brown line on a reserved (but glazed) area. The rest of the vessel is black, with the exception of a red line on the upper part of the foot and its reserved (but glazed) vertical element.
34.10.10 Around the base of the neck is a string of tiny round impressions. Below handle are twenty-one stamped eggs arranged in an inverted triangle. Body is ribbed vertically. Moulded groove around foot. Object is black all over, although top half of body is lighter, almost brown.
34.10.13 On front of body is the head of an Amazon facing right. Hair black and wearing head scarf with black dots. Foot ring is reserved. Base is ruddled and the outer circle slopes into the central circle which is convex.
34.10.2 On rim, one broad then three narrow bands and one band inside opening. Single band on lower part of rim, above handle. Main design is a cinquefoil, with each leaf joined by a stalk to circumference of central four-spoke wheel. At back below handle is a six-spoke wheel. Three-line spiral incised around body. Rest reserved.
34.10.23 Figure is decorated on the front and the back of the head with a white slip, previously coloured.
34.10.24 Standing female (Leda), left leg slightly bent. Naked with cloak over left leg and held up behind by left hand; swan, with neck stretched upwards, held against right hip. Clay light brown. White slip, blue on cloak. Large rectangular opening in back. On the back of the base is a piece of paper with the number 140 written on it.
34.10.5 Inside, is black but partly misfired red around the rim. Outside, from top to bottom, red and black depending on how it was fired. Traces of two red bands, blank band with leaning vertical lines down to base. Red foot and on base black, red, black lines.
34.10.6 Black, partly fired to red, all over inside and out, including base. Base is raised. Foot is a grey colour. Paint is very streaky all over.
34.2.1 Rim and inside black, except for reserved disk in centre. On the outside, a black band which stops at the top of the handles. Main zone shows palmettes and lotus buds standing on degenerate cable. Palmette, or degenerate lotus, of three leaves under each handle. Tall stem to the foot and band around it is black, with thin reserved band around it. Side of the foot and resting surface is reserved; on bottom of foot, broad black band. Well is also reserved.
34.2.2 Black glazed except below the neck on the interior, on the friezes (between handles) on the exterior, and on the underside. Just above the handles a short frieze consists of a series of short bars, vertically arranged; below these is a frieze filled with a pair of sideways 7- to 9-petalled palmettes, and either side of upright palm fronds, which enclose an upright 9-petalled palmette. A pair of tendrils emerge from either side of each palmette.
34.8.1 Originally black inside, outside and on rim, as was handle and neck. Small ridge at base of neck. Back of lekythos is black and the design on the front is reserved and is of Nike (winged victory), flying with her hands outstretched presumably holding a wreath which is now lost. In front and below her is a swirling tendril. The detail on her clothing is drawn out in black. The foot is black on the top and reserved on the side and underneath, which is flat in the centre.
34.8.12 The vase is black, both on the inside and the outside, with the exception of few, red lines. A sloping rim allows the lid to sit over the aperture. There is a reserved line on topside of the body, a red, carved circle and a groove around. There are also two, concentric carvings, one in the middle of the body's upper surface and the other one at its side. At the level where the body is divided in two areas there is a reserved line, while another one is apparent at the point where the body is narrower, above the point where it connects with the stem. The latter is divided in two areas by two, plastic, thin, red rings. Below, there are vertical ridges, one third the way down, wider towards the upper surface of the foot, whose larger part they cover with their moulded, tongue-shaped terminations. There is also a carved circle, surrounding these terminations. The foot is grooved and reserved in places. The surface underneath is irregularly painted black, with the central part reserved.
34.8.14 Green glaze shabti, black pigment detail. There is a head-dress and the figure appears to be holding something in each hand which is depicted as a straight line going to each shoulder and meeting around the back of the neck.
34.8.2 Winged Eros stepping tort and approaching something to the right. Under Eros there is a decorative chain composed of “u" shapes. 
34.8.3 Black mouth (despite flat reserved rim), exterior of handle, lower part of body, and top of foot. Neck reserved, as is underside of the handle. Two bands of tongues on shoulder. Body covered with firm white slip with Greek 'key' / meander to right at top of body, between two pairs of lines; single line. Side of foot reserved in groove at top.
34.8.4 Lip reserved. The neck, side and base of foot are coloured with red. Shoulder has two rows of radiating bars, the first row are shorter. On front of body only are bands of decoration, separated with a single black line, alternating with black grille, black key, grille, key, grille, black 'zzzzz'. Three reserved bands on black to base. Foot is black on top.
34.8.5 Mouth black on inside and out but with a reserved rim. Neck and underside of single handle are reserved. Shoulder design is of rays and long, thin buds. Body, from top to bottom, double row of dots joined by zig-zags on white background, black bands, main design, 'key' pattern on white background, black bands and black stem. Main design is, from left to right, a chariot being driven right, a woman facing right, four horses facing right with attendant behind, seated figure facing left, holding a spear. Detail is incised and some parts are picked out in white. Foot is black on top and half the side is black, the rest reserved. The base is reserved.
34.8.6 Lip reserved. Inside is black. Single curved handle is black on top and reserved underneath. Shoulder has bars at base of neck with lotus buds at edge. Main zone of body is drawn on cream ground. Part of the way around the body is a double row of black dots. Charioteer driving four (?) horses to right at speed with a person (possibly Athena ?)running beside in the background. Below are black bands. Foot steps down twice and the lower step is black. Base is reserved and concave in the center.
34.8.7 Cup mouth black inside and out and reserved on the rim. Single handle is black on outside and reserved underneath. Shoulder has inner ring of spots and outer ring of rays. Body has two rows of dots at top above the main design of a chariot with horses galloping right (heads of two horses, five hind legs). Beyond horses is Athena running left. Added white for Athena's flesh and helmet. Bands below and bottom of body os black. Foot is stepped with the side of the lower step reserved. Base reserved.
34.8.8 Mouth red on inside and outside, with lip reserved. Single handle which is red on top and reserved underneath, as is neck. Shoulder design is a cockrel with red on is facing right between stemmed ivy leaves. Black band around shoulder, faded to red. Body design is, from left to right, a standing man facing right, a seated man facing right, a standing man with robes draped over shoulder, facing left, a man standing facing left. All men have spears. Men are balck faded to red but eith red headbands. Detail is incised. Irregular black band then balck stem. Foot is balck on top and reserved on side and base which has central concave circle.
34.8.9 Quatrefoil with side hatching and central zigzag. Below, three petals below zigzag. Six-pointed star on back (very faint). On top of mouth four bands, the second from edge is broader. Dark brown patterning and yellow-buff clay.
35.4.1 Inside is black with a reserved band below offset rim and a reserved circle at the centre. On the outside is black rim, band of lotus buds and dots linked by a chain, two narrow bands, thick black band, another two narrow black bands, wave pattern with dots between bands, black band, rays. The top part of stem is reserved and the bottom is black; the top of the foot is black as is the side. The resting surface is reserved as is the conical base. The inside of the footring is black.
35.4.3 The top of the rim is reserved with a black line round the edge. The outside is decorated with two vertical bars between two horizontal lines; below which there is a line of black dots. The pot slopes inwards towards the foot and shows a black band. The rim of the foot itself, also has a thin black band round it, which is repeated on the inside of the rim. In the middle of the base of the foot is a roughly drawn black circle. The inside of the pot is completely black.
35.4.4 The vessel is decorated with impressed (stamped) decoration. Shoulder: there are six inverted palmettes (voluted with narrow divisions), linked with incised curving lines. There is also a ridge at the junction of the shoulder and body, below which there is the motif of ellipsoid tongues (eggs) contoured by a line each. Body: At about the middle, there are six, widely spread double-leaved motives (teardropped leaves) and a continuous, incised line that goes through them. The joining point of the body and foot is reserved and so is the edge of the foot and the resting surface.
35.4.5 The interior of the rim is reserved except for a black band; lip is black. A band of black vertical leaves decorates the underside of the rim. Front: the profile to the left of a woman's face, she wears a sakkos with two ringlets of hair falling in front of her ear. Back: a large palmette. Reserved circles with black dots in field on both sides. The handles are black with a red ring where they join the body. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf. The base is black with red concentric bands.
35.4.6 Interior: four stamped palmettes, with an egg at the base of each, linked by a small incised circle. Reserved line round body a little way above foot. Whole of foot-ring black. Base reserved and ruddled, with dot and black band. Inside is black as are both circular, horizontal handles.
35.5.27-29 (27) Interior, remnants of black background, geometric border at the bottom. Exterior, clothes of a human, possibly male to the left, with signs of another human beside the person to the right. (28) Interior is reserved, with a line around the rim. Exterior, head and shoulder of youth; tablets hanging on wall, strings in added red; also a head of another youth. (29) Interior black, with signs of a border in red at the bottom left. Exterior, pattern of swirls and leaves iin red - covers entire fragment.
35.5.34A-Q (a) fragment, three joins. Decoration on both sides. Band of geometric pattern above which is person's foot and bottom of leg standing to the right, wearing a hymation. On the opposite side: floral pattern to the left of bottom half of a person and to the right of this person the hand and lower body of another. (b) curved, palmette on other side black. (c) large roughened patch to the top right where possibly a handle was attached, floral pattern around this. (d) small fragment, on one side band of geometric pattern, on the opposite side floral pattern. (e) large piece, three fragments joined. Bearded man in the centre facing to the right, left arm raised and holding a long stick, right arm tucked into hymation. To the right of the man, the arm of another person and to the left a floral pattern, inside black. (f) Very similar to fragment a. three pieces joined together. On one side in centre bottom half of a person, feet and lower legs facing left and wearing a hymation, to the right floral pattern. Opposite side, band with geometric pattern. (g) On one side to left part of a hymation, to right an arm. Opposite side band with geometric pattern. (h) On one side the feet and legs of a person standing on a platform with the bottom of a stick he/she is possibly holding to the left, in the right hand corner the edge of a geometric pattern. On the opposite side the feet of someone facing to the left wearing a hymation dropping behind them, to the right of them a floral pattern. (i) Small piece of two fragments joined together. Chest of a male with right arm extending, his hymation drapped over his right arm. (j) Head of a male facing left with hymation over his shoulder and part of large palmette to his right. (k) Small frgment, part of hymation. (l) Small fragment part of hymation (m) Small fragment part of hymation. (n,o,p) small fragments with no detail.
35.5.37 Interior side plain black. Exterior black with a red leaf or shield on the left hand side, with a red oval shape to the lower right. There is a curling s-shape red figure work, with a large red area to the right of this - possibly part of a human clothing?
37.11.2 Top of mouth has one thick then one thin band. The handle has vertical zigzag (much worn) between bars. The shoulder has a daisy pattern above three bands. Bottom four circles round central spot. Over front of whole vase and covering part of bands is a large double palmette shape with projecting lines and groups of dots at one end and a circular pattern with dot at the other. Random dots over back area of body. Bands around base.
37.11.3 The lip is decorated with five bands, of which the middle one is broad. On body, quatrefoil design, where all four leaves have red centres. On back, below handle, eight-rayed star. Bottom patterned with three arches (cf. RM.25.53.42).
37.11.5 Black gloss covers the entire vessel, except for the underside of the foot. The gloss is not lustrous and on the exterior towards the foot is fired brownish. Inside the bottom of bowl, a brownish band caused by foot of another vase fired within it in the kiln. Inside is stamped design of four palmettes outside two concentric circles with an egg and dot pattern attached to the second one. Red paint is applied on the underside of the foot. It is decorated with a wide black band and a black dot at the centre. Between them, two thin concentric circles of almost invisible thinned glaze.
37.11.6 Black glaze except resting surface. Red paint applied. Black dot at the centre surrounded by two black concentric bands. Distance 0,4. The external is wider. Stamped inside with four small palmettes set crosswise.
37.11.8 The decoration is executed in a colour varying from dull black to brown, on pale buff ground. Rim: Concentric circles on the upper surface and spots (tongues) on the side one (stephane). At the joining point of rim and neck there is a band and at the upper part of the neck a horizontal row of spots. Central handle: Decorated with short, thick, leaning lines. Neck: An olive wreath, the ends of which meet at the front where there is a cluster of olives (?) (dots). Shoulder: There is another horizontal row of dots immediately below neck that seem to be hanging from a line. At the join of shoulder and body, there is a broad band in the middle of two thin, concentric lines. Body: In the front, between the two handles, an olive-tree branch, framed by (left and right) a vertical motif of a row of dots, a line, two rows of larger, ovaloid dots and another line. This motif can also be found at the other side of the handles, used to frame a linear pattern (from a short line appear to be emerging three longer ones. On either side a vertical line, which leans slightly towards the motif in the middle. From the centre of this line emerges a long, wavy line. Below: there are two, concentric bands and three more that are not very obvious(?). The handles are ornamented with large dots. The foot is black, but the colour looks uneven. Interior of neck: Two concentric circles.
37.7.3 Long horizontal handles curved and twisted and painted black higher than the rim, which is offset. All black except reserved groove on body just above foot and another in the resting surface. Inside are four stamped palmettes, off centre, in an unusually thin rouletted ring. Base is concave and black.
37.7.4 Reserved resting surface and reserved and ruddled band around outside of foot. The interior of the bowl is black with four stamped palmettes set roughly crosswise in centre with rouletted ring.
37.7.5 Black inside and on top and sides of handles. Underside of handles and the body in between is reserved. Lip on outer surface is black with a reserved groove incised below. Two handles, horizontal and one either side curve slightly upwards. Below each is an ivy leaf with three long petals below and on either side of both handles is a horizontal palmette with grapes (?) attached. Both sides have a similar design of a satyr pursuing a woman (possibly a maenad), whose flesh is white. Dot rosette on peplos of A with red tunic and skirt and satyrs tail, beard and hair. Below design is black band, separated from black foot by a reserved band. Foot has black sides, inside and out but reserved resting surface.
38.12.1 Mouth is black inside, outside and on rim, as is handle and neck. Body has black glaze apart from design on front which is a sphinx with face and hind feet missing. Below is an egg frieze. A diluted glaze has been used for fine dots and strolus on wing. Foot is unevenly glazed on side. Resting surface and raised base are ruddled and flat.
38.4.2 Reddish-brown on pale buff ground. The false neck is decorated predominantly in a black band, with a narrow and broad black circular band in the centre of the false neck. The underside appears to be reserved, with a single thick black line at the base on the false neck. The true neck has a faded broad back band around and overlapping the lp. There is a broad black band at the base of the neck, and also a black blob on the side facing the false neck. On the shoulder there are six groups of narrow black lines painted horizontally. There is one group of either side of the true neck, both have eight horizontal lines, the one on the left has two rings of black to either side of it. The groups of lines on the other side, if faced with the true neck at the top, have groups of 6, 7, 9. 8 horizontal lines, all with a small ring of black in between them. The shoulder is outlined with a broad ring of black. The body has four broad black lines, which have faded to a reddish brown. Adjacent are narrow red rings; four above the first band, two within the first band, two within the second band, two or three below the second band. The fourth band does not overlap the base, which is slightly concave in shape, and has the suggestion of a foot ring.
38.4.3 Black detail faded to brown on pale buff background. Interior of mouth has faded remains of a 0.6 cm thick black circular band. The rest of the interior is reserved. The lip has indications of one, possible two extremely narrow black bands around the circumference. The neck shows signs of either having a very thick black band or several narrow black bands painted closely together. On the shoulder there are two narrow bland bands, then an 1.5 cm area of cross hatching which is surrounded on both sides by a broad black band. The handles appear to have been painted in black on the top and side, and reserved underneath. The main body of the pyxis consists of two narrow brown bands separated by the reserve, then a black band, the pattern is repeated once to the base. The base itself has a black band which overlaps from the body, then two groups of concentric rings, three in the inner circle, and four in the outer circle.
38.4.6 Two holes pierced in horizontal rim for suspension. The rim is slightly lower than the top of the shoulder and is reserved. The shoulder is black, herring-bone between four bands, thick, hatched meander, herring-bone between four bands, black to bottom of cone. Inside is reserved.
38.4.6A Top of lid has eight, black rings on it. There are two small rings on knob of lid. Top, flat surface of lid has six rings on it. Going from the knob to the rim of base; inbetween the third and fourth ring there is a pattern. This pattern seems to be lots of small 'y' shapes, which have been joined together. Going from knob to rim of base; there are two small holes on the fifth ring, opposite eachother.
38.4.7 Inside is reserved with black rim inside and with crosses on the outside. Handle has horizontal bars and crosses. On neck, grazing horse with degenerate long-legged bird between each pair of legs. From shoulder to base bands, lozenge and other ornaments in the field, flanked by vertical lines, slanting bars and horizontal zigzags. Horizontal handles, attached halfway down body, decorated with vertical bars. Lower part of base is black to foot. Base is concave and reserved.
38.4.8 Mouth black inside and out with red lip. Shoulder has ivy leaf at front upright between two inverted lotus flowers. Body has a siren between two draped (male) onlookers, the right one holding a spear upright. No added colour, no incisions. Beneath figural zone is a horizontal band and then solid back to the top of the foot. Side of foot and underside reserved.
39.8.2 Picture inside is of a bearded satyr, with his left hand on his side and his 4th and 5th figures bent under. He is stooping and reaching forward with his right hand. His long ear reaches well above the top of his bald head.
39.8.5 The inner surface is framed by a reserved line. Design shows part of a left arm and body of male seated on cushioned stool and playing a lyre. Relief contour, diluted glaze, very pale, for marking on arm and less pale for pattern on cushion and hatching. Outer surface is black and shiny.
39.9.1 Short narrow neck of jug is glazed black. Handle begins at top of neck and carries on to top of the body. The part of the jug joining the neck and the body, has a palmette design on it, in a circle. This circle is broken for the black part of the handle. There is a large palmatee decoration underneath the handle, where it ends on the body of the jug. Body of jug has red-figures on it. Starting from right-hand side of the handle, going from left to right: First figure looks like a women in traditional Greek clothing, kneeling down. She is facing right. The figure to the right of her looks like a naked man with wings. He is standing on one leg and facing right. He is reaching one of his arms out. Underneath that arm there appears to be a duck. To the right-hand side of the duck, there is a man sitting on a stool. He is in traditional Greek cloting and is holding a large box. This figure is also facing right.Underneath the box there seems to be another object, but it is unclear. Perhaps it is a head? Or perhaps it is where the black glaze has been rubbed away, to reveal a patch which looks like decoration on the jug. He has a winged man kneeling in front of him. This man is facing left, towards the sitting figure. The next figure looks like a women in traditional Greek clothing, kneeling down. She appears to be holding something in her hand, perhaps a mirror. She is facing right. Inbetween her and the next figure there is a bird, facing right. The next figure looks like another women in traditional Greek clothing. She is standing on one leg, with her right arm reaching out. She is facing left. Behind her is a 'T' shaped object, perhaps a stool?. Rim of the base is a red/terracotta colour. underside of base is slightly concaved, with many black rings inside. There is a black dot in the centre of the bottom of the base.
39.9.2 Inside is reserved in body but black fired to red on rim with a reserved band near top. Two handles with vertical grooves to make three section - black on top and reserved underneath. Neck has two rows of palmettes (lower inverted) and lotus buds on cable. Shoulder has framed tongues with ivy leaf and dot at each join. Body has similar scene either side. Side A shows combat of three warriors, with white detail on spear, helmet, shield and armour. Side B is similar but there are no spears, instead they appear to only have shields. Below is a broad band with narrower ones either side. Rays to foot. Foot is black and moulded with a reserved band around side. Base is reserved and conical.
39.9.3 Black exterior, except the inner side and beneath handles. Black interior, with gorgoneion framed with red line. The hair of the Gorgon is black and red alternate and the tongue is red. Stem has a red band around it. Foot is reserved on outside with a black band on inside. Base is raised and reserved with black dot and circle in centre.
39.9.6 Ground varies from cream to buff. Inside is coloured black. The mouth is red. Two handles are placed vertically on top of shoulder and under each is a goose (?) From top to bottom there is a band with the shoulder design below. Pictures are of a stag and a panther facing right (A) and panther and a goat (?) facing each other (B). Separating this from the main design are two rows of dots between bands. Main zone: Griffin-bird between two panthers (A) and two panthers facing a pattern of a palmette complex(B). Various incised rosettes and dots in field. Below main zone is seven bands and a red base.
39.9.7 Underneath, between palmettes; A: Two satyrs around an amphora (oxypythmenos), the left satyr leaning towards and pushing the amphora, while the right satyr, also leaning towards the amphora, rests his hands on his left thigh; B: Two satyrs advancing to the right, the one in the rear holding either a branch with a heart-shaped ending, or a rhyton. The right satyr's stance makes him appear to be running. The rest of the vessel's body is black. The interior is also black with a reserved disk, 8.5 in diameter, containing a central dot and two concentric circles, the one close to the dot and broader than the other, which is closer to the edge of the reserved disk. Underneath, part of the base's hollow, conical surface of the stem is painted with a broad circular band.
42.9.1 The rim (stephane) is decorated with a double horizontal bulleted strap. The neck of side A has a broad band ornamented with elleipsoid lines with lotus leaf-shaped endings. Body: Side A: Dionysos holding leafless vine branch and kantharos between 2 dancing maenads, one of whom wears a spotted skin over her drapery. The scene is surrounded (left and right) by vertical, bulleted zones in the form of antae that seem to support a horizontal band with tongues over the heads of the figures, making the scene look as if under a building. B: 3 youths (but with beards?) wrapped in himatia, with a pair of halteres hanging between the second and third youths, relief contour on A none on B, outline of hair (and beards?) reserved. The same decoration surrounds the 3.
44.1.1 Rim: There are black tongues around the aperture and dots on the side surface of the rim. On the back of the handle there is a row of dots, framed by two, vertical lines. The neck and the surface below the handle is left reserved. At the base of the neck there are black, petal-shaped spots. Top surface: The aperture in the centre of the ring is black with additional concentric, black lines between reserved areas and a row of dots. Some of the lines have incised diagonal lines across. The reverse side bears a similar decoration but without the row of dots. Side surface of body: The main design is of an Ibex and Lion facing a central rock, made of horizontal bands. Added red is used for some parts of the ibex's body as well as for the some of the bands of the rock.
44.1.2 Black lip above reserved neck which has black tongues below fine ridge at base. Single handle is black on top and reserved underneath. Black lotus flowers with white outer petals alternating with black buds border the flat shoulder. The body has shiny black glaze with two red lines at top and another just above bottom of body. Disk foot is reserved around edge. Base reserved.
44.4.1 Mouth and handle are black and beneath it is a palmette flanked by tendrils with campanula flower. Neck has long, black tongues. Main design is a bird with outspread wings and in the field are reserved disks with a black dot. Below this is an uneven reserved band. Side of foot-ring is black and grooved. Base is reserved and depressed.
44.6.1 Clay and surface of vase ferruginous buff, black glaze fired in parts to a pale orange brown. Inside is black with traces of red bands and there are red bands on the inner rim. The upper surface has circular patterns of dots (lotuses?) alternating with vertical rows of dots. Below these and above the handle are three bands, red between two black. Below handles are two bands and another around foot. Three bands on base with central dot.
45.1.1 Mouth has rays from outer to inner edge. Handle is black (perhaps horizontal bars?) and on that side are three rings, middle one purplish. Five rows of dots join the two sides. The triple band pattern is repeated on opposite side.
45.10.10 The interior of the vessel is black apart from the lowest part of o, whose lower part bears a reserved but glazed line. Exterior: a) On the right side, there is the upper part of a seated woman (part below her waist is missing). She is draped and wears a stephane (fillet) on her head. On the left side there is a floral motif whose stem is a wavy line that expands to the left. b) There is the back side of another seated draped female figure. c) The front side of the previous female figure. She is holding an alabastron with both her hands. d) On the lower left part there is the largest part of a voluted palmette with petal shaped divisions, connected with a tendril. The area next to the spring of the one part of the handle is reserved. e) On the bottom right there is the rest of the previous palmette, also connected with a tendril. f) On the bottom right there is the upper part of a palmette and on the upper left there is part of a tendril's volute. The area on the left of teh one spring of the handle is reserved, but glazed (plaster on top). g) Uneven black surface. h) A small part of the volute of the tendril of f and the stalk of a flower. i) Part of an inverted palmette, connceted with (part of ) a tendril, with (occasional) leaves on its sides. j) Small line, part of a tendril. k) Part of a tendril's volute. l) A figure's projected forearm and hand (figure's depicted on n?). m) On the right side, there is the stalk and part of the stem of a flower and a line that seems to be part of a tendril. There is also the spring of a handle. n) Part (head missing, neck and shoulder are scraped off, area below the knees missing) of a draped standing figure that has the left hand around the waist. o) The lowest part of a figure's drapery. p) Base. Inside tondo: seated woman with septre and standing woman holding out box. Exterior: part of floral ornament under handle. Outer and inner side of footring black, resting surface and underside reserved except for central black dot surrounded by three concentric bands. Moulded circle c.1.0 wide houses thickest, central black band.
45.10.11 Offset rim is black inside and out and the handle that originally existed just below rim appears also to have been black. Exterior walls are black as is interior except for the main design which is reserved. This picture is of a youth reclining, seen from behind. Detail is picked out in black paint and the figure is painted inside a circle. On the underside, there was originally a stem which was also black.
45.10.13 (i) There is a small part of a motif (partially covered with plaster) that consists of wavy lines. Below it, there are two lines and underneath there are parts of two inverted, palmettes (voluted with petal-shaped divisions) that flank a three-pointed flower with two dots to represent pollen. ii) Between two pairs of lines there is a guilloche (fillets with teardropped terminations interwoven together) with dots among the lines. Below, there is a broad black band, which seems to be interrupted at the right side. (iii) At the left, three parts of vertical, black bands and incisions create part of an object (garment hanging from chair or couch?) In the middle, there is an object- as if it was a grave-stele with a cross-shaped ? ending above which spring two heraldic, white, voluted palmettes (now fadded away), a chiastic motif with dots and horizontal lines on top- but inverted (leg of a bed or couch?). Next to that, there are a figure's part of thighs, knees and calves, close to part of a palmette. (iv) A bearded satyr (seilinos) plays a chorded instrument (lyre), while his himation is hanging in the background. Next to him there is a draped female figure (Demeter?), holding a wreath (black circle) and branches with dots on both sides that surround her. The details on her drapery have been executed with added red and so are those for her head-dress. There are also traces of added white on her neck. On top of the fragment there is part of a motif of tongues contoured with ellipsoid lines and a line that encircles this pattern. v) On the left, there is part of the satyr's lower legs (above the knees towards the feet) and the lower end of his himation. Next to him there is the termination of the female figure's branch, close to a similar inverted grave-stele? and part of an object that resembles an animal paw (lion-shaped foot of chair or couch) . Below these, there is a line on which they seem to step on. Next, a guilloche between two pairs of lines and at the bottom part of a radial-shaped motif with a line that contours it on top. vi) A line and black, teardropped spot. vii) There is a line on whose right top side stands a rectangular object with a rectangular surface in the middle being reserved. Below, part of two lines on top of part of the guilloche. viii) Small part of shoulder and neck: there is a black spot, a thin band, a red line on top of a plastic ring (joining point of neck and shoulder) and part of a tongue-shaped pattern contoured by a line on the shoulder. There is also a part of two lines in the interior. ix) Part of the guilloche, the two lines underneath and the radial-shaped motif at the bottom. x) Tiny bit of the guilloche and the two lines below it and part of the radial-shaped motif. xi) Part of voluted palmette and tongue-shaped motif. xii) Part of the floral motif (of a three-pointed flower)? with lines that form a rhombus with a dot in the middle. xiii) Part of the shoulder and the spring of a handle. On the top there is the tongue-shaped motif, encicled by a line and below it an inverted palmette. The spring of the handle is black and next to it there are short, diagonal incisions. There is also a tiny spot of black colour in the interior. xiv) On the left, part of leaf-shaped (heart-like) motives (part of thyrsos?), close to a band of black colour, of undecipherable shape. Next to that, there is the lower part of a female draped figure, with small crosses on it. At the right side there is black and white colour that forms ovaloid shapes (?). xv) A black band and on the left part of the female drapery.
45.10.14.1 Interior: Black, apart from a thin band at the joining point of the rim and neck, and the top surface of the rim, which are reserved. Exterior: The rim is black and there is a thin reddish brown line below it. Neck: There is a thin, black line. Below, there is a fan-shaped palmette (three divisions, a central rectangular part, and the details have been rendered with incisions), between two parts of motifs. The left one may be a palmette (a petal-shaped division in the middle and below, two round? or voluted? motifs almost faded away. The right one could be part of a similar motif.
45.10.14.2 Interior: The rim is reserved and the neck is black. Exterior: There is a red line on the plastic ring that joins the rim with the neck. Neck: There is a black line, below which, on the left of the fragment, there is the right part of a fan-shaped? palmette (three, short divisions and a rectangular central part, the details rendered with incisions). On the right, there is part of a floral motif: part of a petal (vertical) and part of another one (horizontal).
45.10.16 Originally covered in a black slip. The top of the mouth is a darker brown, the inside and outside of the walls of the mouth are a darker colour.
45.10.20 i) Part of a voluted palmette with petal-shaped divisions seems to be connected to part of a three-pointed floral motif by a thick, black, curving line. On the left there is another, identical three-pointed flower, only bigger and illustrated inverted and vertically and at the left end of the fragment another curving line. Below these, there is part of a perpetual meander pattern and the upper part of continuous, teardropped motives. Some form of greyish (light) brown plaster has been applied to the surface around the voluted palmette. ii) Small part of guilloche (thin fillets with tongue-shaped endings interwoven together) with dots among the lines. Below, there are traces of thin, black lines (but not visible because of burning). Underneath, radial-shaped motif. iii) Underneath two thin lines there is a meander pattern. iv) Part of the upper ending of a radial-shaped motif. v) larger part of a radial- shaped motif. There is part of a thin, horizontal line on the top of one of the divisions and more to the left there is a circle with a dot in the middle and two vertical lines (part of the guilloche). vi) Small part of the guilloche and radial-shaped motif below that.
45.10.22 a: The upper surface of the rim is reserved, although glazed. However, the side surfaces (internal and external) are black (apart from a reserved area that would not have been visible if the handle was not missing). The neck is also black on the inside, however, there is a perpetual motif of palmettes on the external surface. These are double palmettes (5 narrow divisions upwards and 5 similar ones downwards) that look as if chained together by a horizontal row of small rings and each such palmette is separated from the other by a vertical line with wider endings, while thin, curved lines (above and below) frame each palmette. The sides of the handle bear a black band each and there is also a thin line underneath them that contours the end of the neck. On the carination that divides the neck from the shoulder there is a thin line with added red colour. The shoulder bears a motif of tongues, divided by vertical lines, while a line underneath contours them. The motif does not appear under the surface of the handle. At some point underneath this pattern there is the beginning of another motif (black with 3 dots of added red and scale-like incisions). The interior of the rest of the vessel is reserved, since it is an amphora. b: It bears exactly the same motif as the previous neck bit. c: From the branch of a three-peaked floral motif there emerge two curved lines that are downwards and upwards, each forming an ellipsoid-shaped frame from whose lower (in the case of the curved line that goes downwards) or upper (in the case of the other line) endings form one floral motif each. The left one is a voluted palmette with 5 petal shaped divisions and the right one is a three-pointed flower, similar to the central floral motif, but bigger. Although the upper part of this pattern is not preserved apart from the starting point of the motives, it is certain that this would have been the heraldic motif depicted. Underneath this area there is a thin, black line and below that, a pattern of guilloche ( branches with tear dropped endings interwoven together) with a row of dots, framed (above and below) by two pairs of concentric lines. Towards the end of the fragment (which is also towards the end of the vessel) there is a radial-shaped motif, two lines and the rest of the surface is black. d: It is a part of the body's area that bears the guilloche pattern and the radial-shaped motif underneath, but one third of it is not preserved. e: On the left there is the upper part of probably a palmette (two endings of petal-shaped divisions). Next to that there is the depiction of a draped lower body part. The drapery is formed by the incisions on a black surface. There are diagonal incisions and wavy endings to denote the folds of an himation, as well as the lower termination of the chiton, which is suggested by two almost horizontal incisions, a wavy line and another horizontal incision. the drawing is detailed and clear. f: The part between the surface above the knees and a bit below the calf of a male figure that wears a short chiton (incised, wavy folds are visible above the knee), as well as grieves with out curving terminations (Hermes?) of added red colour, now fadded away. On his left there is the upper part of a palmette and on his left there is a diagonal line, with rows of dots on either side (characteristic of Dionysus). Very clear drawing. g: Half of the three-peaked flower, a bit of a black line and two petal-shaped motives. On the side, there is part of the dotted branch and what appears to be part of a figure's drapery (upper right body part ?), with some incisions used to render details. h: Between the lower body part of two figures there is part of the dotted branch. What is preserved from the right figure is incised lines and circles on a black surface. The left figure's drapery (peplos and himation ?) is preserved (below the waist), consisting of incised diagonal and wavy lines to denote the folds. i: A central male figure's (Dionysus) body from shoulder to legs is visible and surrounded by a dotted branch. He is standing between two figures. The male figure (there is part of beard with added red) on the left holds part of the branch with his palm (upper body without the head is preserved). The only visible part of the draped figure on the right is part of the legs. Incisions are used to render details. j: Apollo playing his lyre (kithara). The head (in profile, facing right), right hand and part of the god's front side of the body is visible, as well as the largest part of the lyre. Part of a dotted branch exists in the background. Incisions have been used to render the chords of the lyre as well as for the eye, contour of hair, ear and contour of the god's body, while a taenia (fillet) on his head is in added black colour. k: Only part of a thin, black line is preserved. l: two broad black bands that overlap at some point. Incisions and the ending of a dotted branch (part of draped figure?). H & J on display in symposium
45.10.23 The handle is black. On the shoulder there is a voluted palmette with petal-shaped divisions between two draped male figures facing each other, holding their himatia with their left hands. There is part of a thin line that contours the lower part of the shoulder. The upper part of a warrior is preserved, wearing a red helmet and carrying a shield. There is also the lowest part of a figure's drapery and his feet. He seems to step on two red lines, and the rest of the fragment is black. A fragment shows part of a figure's feet, which also step on two red lines. There is a broad, black band on the foot, with the rest of the underside is reserved.
45.10.27 exterior: the red surface is decorated with two rows of thin vertical lines.
45.10.29 Fragments that join 45.10.23: a)The handle's back is black. On the shoulder there is a voluted palmette with petal-shaped divisions between two male draped figures that are facing it, holding their himatia? with their left hands. b) There is part of a thin line that contours the lower part of the shoulder. c) The upper part of a warrior, wearing a red helmet and carrying a shield. Behind him , there is part of an object? in added red. d) The right part bears the left part of the previous warrior's shield. The left part of the fragment depicts the upper part of another draped male figure holding a spear.
45.10.30 exterior: the red surface is decorated in the upper part with a black band, then there is a key decoration running left, under the key there is a thin, horizontal, black line, below that there is the head of an Amazon in profile facing left, wearing helmet. The head of the Amazon is painted in white.
45.10.31 exterior: the surface is decorated with a layer of black paint
45.10.4 Inside and outside of rim is black and there are five dots inside. Main design is two pairs of female heads all wearing head-dresses, facing one another. Detail painted in black. On outer rim are rough dots. Underside of lid is black.
45.10.5 Interior surface is black with a medallion, with meander pattern around the edge and two youths facing each other in the centre. The handles are missing from the exterior surface but there are palmette patterns on opposite sides, suggesting this is where the handles were originally. On one side is a stele with a youth either side, the left with his hands outstretched and the other holding a cloth and a strigil. The other side shows remains of a very similar picture.
45.10.7A-B Lid: The top surface bears part of a central medallion (dots contoured by double, semi-spherical line), encircled by a black line, a red band, a broader black band and a red line. There is also an ivy spray between the last red line and a similar one. At the rim there is a rather careless tongue pattern, with inner dots (identical to the one of the central medallion, only frammed by thin, black lines). Sides: There is the representation of women pursued by the winged Eros. The naked Eros is flying and his himation with white spots on its top is falling over his forearm. At the level of his face there is an inscription, with white colour KALOS and underneath, KALH, above a bent fillet with thin, short, white lines emerging from its endings. The first of the women is headed right, having extended her right? hand towards Eros and holding and raising slightly her drapery (in order to run faster). Her head is missing, but she is probably looking backwards, to see the advancing Eros. The scene is reproduced again: Anoher Eros pursues another woman, who is running towards an altar? (rectangular, altar-shaped constuction, higher than the figures with a decoration of a large cross and dots in between). Among them there is again the inscribed KALOS, KALH. Many fragments have not survived, however this woman's head is not missing. She is looking backwards and wears a diadema, made of white lines. At the other side of the altar? there is another woman approaching it, having escaped the first Eros, but looking back to see him. She wears a white diadema and the same inscription is between her and the Eros. The scene is framed by two red, concentric lines (above and below the figures). The bottom surface is left reserved. Body: There is decoration of laurel stems and berries around the outer surface with details made of added white. This motif is framed (above and below with red, thick lines). The interior of both pieces is black. The feet have a black band on the side (ca 2 cm below their joining part to the body) and the rest of the surface is left reserved, apart from a black line at the rim. Half way up the inside surface of the feet there is a thin, black band. The base's central part is decorated with a broad black, circular band between thin black lines.
45.10.9 A: Draped youth playing pipes and draped man holding a branch; B: group, probably in a procession, including a draped youth with a staff and a draped man with a branch. The interior is reserved. The details that form the folds of the figure(s) drapery are rendered with thin, black and red lines. a) Black with part of a tongue motif on the top (tongues flanked by thin lines, on a reserved but glazed band). b) Part of a draped male figure's neck, shoulder and bust. c) Part of the figure's himation folds. d) Lower part of a male figure's drapery folds and part of feet? (carelessly rendered). e) Part of a draped figure's folds, next to a black area. f) Part of a draped figure's folds. g) Part of a figure's arm, forearm and hand, with the largest part of a flute. h) On the right side there is part of a figure's drapery folds. On a black area on the left side there is a figure's hand that holds a komos or sprig with added white, short diagonal lines around it. i) On top of a meander pattern with a black line on top there is part of a red band with traces of thin, black lines (a figure's foot?). j) On the left, there is part of a figure's drapery folds and part of his walking-stick. On the right side there is part of another figure's folds?
45.6.1 Pale buff ground. Inside is black and red in places. Main design: five women with long plaited hair dancing in a ring, holding wreaths between them. In field are large rosettes with concentric circles at centre and round objects with horizontal incisions between bands of vertical incisions. At base are elongated vertical lines and the foot is coloured red. Five bands on base.
45.6.10 Finer fabric than RM.87.35.13 and 29.9.2. Black interior with reserved band on rim. Exterior of rim is black followed beneath by further reserved band. Black band above handles followed by reserved band. Handles black on outside only. Lower body and foot black. Reserved resting surface and inside of foot.
45.6.12 Inside has black bands and a central black dot. Outside has a rim with dotted rosettes in handle zone. Black band above main design of 9 inverted swans with red bodies and black necks. Groups of dashes in the field. Black band below design with vertical rays to foot. Foot is black on top, reserved on resting surface, black badn and reserved centre, which is convex.
45.6.13 Handles: black on top and reserved underneath. Inside and outside of mouth is black but the top is reserved, with accidental smears of paint. Neck is reserved and there are black tongues on the shoulder. Side A shows 3 mantled onlookers separated by objects like long leaves tapering downwards. Two are facing left and one is facing right. On side B is a runner holding an indistinguishable object. Ivy leaf under one handle and leaves in the field. Below picture is black to foot which is reserved on the side and underneath.
45.6.15 Black lip on mouth. Neck is reserved as is the underside of the single handle. Black tongues under fine ridge at base of neck followed by a circle of black lotus flowers with white outer petals alternating with black buds. Body has black glaze, rather ruddled. Two thin red lines at top of body just below shoulder and one two thirds of the way down the body. Black disk foot with edge reserved. Base flat and reserved except for a concave central circle.
45.6.16 Mouth black inside and out with partly reserved top of rim. Handle black on its exterior. Neck reserved. Shoulder is decorated with 2 rows of rays. The body is decorated with a row of palmettes. Three out of four are preserved. They are divided by black vertical lines and circled by white arches. The leafs of the palmettes are incised. On their lower part, they are connected with a black vertical chain. Broad black band below main zone. Bottom of body is black, as is top of foot. Side of foot and underide are reserved.
45.6.17 Black mouth, black inside, reserved lip. Single curved handle black outside and reserved underneath. Bars at base of neck and lotus buds. At top of body are two rows of dots alternating black and white between black bands. Main design is of man reclining between two seated women. On couch beside him is a naked hetaira. Remains of branches with white fruit just visible. Figures are robed and detail is in white. Two reserved bands below on black glaze. Foot is stepped, side of both steps reserved. Base is reserved.
45.6.18 Mouth, handle and the upper part of the neck have been dipped in a brownish, lustreless, uneven glaze. Neck has five vertical, black tongues. The body is patterned in coarse-meshed net which occasionally overlaps onto foot, which is small but uneven. Base flat and reserved.
45.6.2 Brownish-buff ground. Inside is black with traces of red lines. Outside from top to bottom, vertical black (now red) wavy lines, two red, one black, two narrow black, wide red, two narrow black, wide black, two narrow black bands. Foot is brown and base has four concentric circles. iddle thick band red, rest of decoration brownish-black. Worms in handle zone, then two thin bands.
45.6.21 Shallow, flat interior with a hole in the centre and two black concentric bands around the hole in the centre. Rim flat and reserved. Body neck and foot black glaze. High foot andon circular base which is sloping and broken.
45.6.22 Black circle where knob would have been followed by incised groove. Around rim black dots on reserved ground. Ivy wreath, leaves reserved and outlined in white, stems incised, with clusters of berries painted in white. Underside is reserved.
45.6.24 Small pointed knob on top in centre from which to hold and lift the lid with, one groove at bottom from which rim, (edge of the lid) extends outwards, rim is narrow. Flat resting surface to connect with vessel, interior reserved.
45.6.25 On brown ground is painted the remains of leaves and flowers in white, with dark red and blue-black. Small central knob handle. Rim flares upwards slighlty.
45.6.26 Black gloss covers the entire surface, except for the underside. The underside preserves two painted black concentric bands. The inner band is thicker and the painte has not been applied with care.
45.6.3 Decoration black and red. Central star; rays; tongues; bands. On raised rim, cone pattern between bands. Underneath, rim moulding and moulding on base red, foot-ring black. Pattern on rim is triangular shapes with curved edges, some inverted so they tessalate.
45.6.31 Mouth black although inside is reserved; both sides of neck decorated with three branches of (faded) white leaves on incised stems. Stem and foot underneath reserved although there is a stroke of black in the reserved area; side of foot black.
45.6.32 Fabric heavy and glaze is silvered. Two curved handles on opposite sides beginning at widest part of body and ending at top of neck. On either side of neck is a garland and hanging branch of white leaves on incised tendrils. Moulded rim around foot. Base reserved.
45.6.38 Slightly iridescent greyish-black glaze. Lip imprinted with horseshoe shapes (24 on the lip and 5 in the centre). The foot is flat underneath, heavily ruddled, except for a small hollow cone at centre, which is black.
45.6.39 Wide flarred lip, very hollow, flat interior. Flat resting surface with raised base, reserved. Black glaze ciovering only on part of the interior and exterior of the bowl, an elongated semi circle. The bowl is possibly marked from something else or this could be a burn mark rather than remians of a black glaze.
45.6.4 Brownish-grey in colour, apparently from burnt deposit. Shape is of a normal Corinthian kothon except that the handle is abnormally thick with no side projections. Inside, black bands in center. Turned in rim has black bands as does the top surface with four bands alternating thick and thin. Band near to foot. Base is raised and has two central circles.
45.6.5 Handle painted black. On the upper surface are four black bands and below handle is a single band. Kothon has a shallow foot-ring, black on both sides. Base is raised and has two black bands in center. Inside is a broad black band.
45.6.51 Deep, small cup of a pale yellowish clay. Rim slightly flarred. Short neck widening to round body with two upright handles on either side, one of which is broken, short foot and flat base
45.6.6 Inside is reserved. On upper surface are black downward-pointing leaves alternating with smaller leaves pointing upwards. Underside is black with two reserved bands. Resting surface is black.
45.6.60 Pear shaped body, narrowing into foot and widening at the base which is round and flat.
45.6.62-63 Bowl-skyphos shaped and inside was painted brown. Outside, from top to bottom are concentric yellow, white, orange, black circles, with triangles between and pendant pairs of white spots. Below are pairs of red and white vertical strokes. The lower part is reserved. White band around foot. Lid is dark brown with central knob handle and steep shoulder but flat rim. Pattern matches that of circles and triangles on base.
45.6.66 Black Glaze over exterior and interior, even on the inside of the tube in the centre of the reservoir the top of this tube is reserved, base is reserved but has some black markings.
45.6.67 Incision around discus. Black glaze on the interior and the exterior, the base of the foot is reserved.
45.6.70 On top is a worn moulded image; a woman's body and face - Artemis with quiver? Handle has worn decoration of two bands along the crest of the handle. Red-orange wash.
45.6.72 Mouth is red on top and black down neck until a moulded ridge when there are rays down to black square blocks on shoulder. Band of vine leaves. Handle is black and below it is a palmette complex with tendrils either side joining to two more palmette designs. On front, is head and shoulders of a woman facing left, wearing tight-fitting black cap, with hair emerging in two curls at top. Serrated leaf and rosettes in field.
45.8.1 The rim (interior) bears two, concentric circles, the first at the edge and the second at the curve between the neck and the body, where traces of white colour can be found. The neck of the vessel is ornamented with a continuous floral motif (branch bearing two long leafs; laurels?) that covers the whole of the surface. A: Scene of a symposium of four, reclining, male figures; 2 men and 2 youths (in turns), in pairs looking at one another. All of them wear their himatia, loose around their waists, a fact that leaves the upper part of their bodies naked, and are crowned with identical three-pointed diadems, made of added, yellowish and white colour. They also have identical hairstyles. The youth on the left side makes a gesture, pointing left with his right hand, but facing the man on his right who touches his chest with his right hand. The third person looks as if holding a white thread with his right-hand fingers, while the man on his right is trying to put a white, spotted garland on the third figure with his right hand. They all recline on a horizontal sort of bed, supported by three feet, of equal distance between them, but of unequal width. However, the lower parts of the three feet are similar; rectangular and vertical to the stem. Under this construction, in the surface between the two gaps that are left between the feet of the bed, there are two tables, that carry food(?) (fruit and bread ?), painted with added white colour. Both of the tables bear two, broad, black, bands around their edges, the left ones being larger than the right ones. As regards the endings of the tables' feet, they give the impression of a vague rendering of animal paws. B: A youth in the centre of the scene looks at his right, while in either of his sides, another youth is looking at him. All of them are fully-clad with himatia. The left one is holding a strigil (stleggis) with his right hand, while the one at the right side of the scene makes a gesture with his feast. The spring of the handles bears part of a circle (it stops, leaving the surface between the beginning of the two handles undecorated), with small, semi-cercular patterns. Beneath each handle there is a large, complex palmette. A band with maeander-shaped patterns runs through the vessel under the main scenes. The base is in the form of a disk, with a high foot, separated from the disk-shaped surface by a carved, reserved circle, as well as an also circle at the lowest end of the base's foot.
45.8.2 Mouth and rim all black and black inside down to base of rim, then reserved. Two handles, one each side, all black. Both sides have a wave pattern above scene. Between tall tendrils: Side A a youth running with a rosette in the field. Side B is a woman running with garland in hand and a fillet hanging up. Black background carelessly applied, overlapping parts of pattern. Reserved band under scene. Foot black on outside, the rest of the underneath is reserved and flat.
45.9.1 Mouth black inside and outside. Reserved rim. Handles painted black on top and reserved underneath. Each handle has two lines down the back dividing it into three sections and a dolphin (?) painted in black below each one. The neck has two rows of ivy leaves separated by a band of dots. Ridge at base of neck and petals around shoulder. Both sides have a similar design of a warrior setting out between two onlookers. Detail is incised. Below is a double row of staggered dots and rays. Foot is black on top and side, but reserved on resting surface and base.
46.9.1 Mouth coloured black inside, outside, neck red. Handle black on outside and reserved underneath. On shoulder, black rays below fine ridge at base of neck, then lotus flowers - white outer petals alternating with black buds. Body has a silvery black glaze with two red lines at top, another just under the figure scene and another just in the junction with the base. In added white, bearded charioteer with two galloping horses. They are in profile to the left. He is holding the reigns of the horses. Naked with fillet on hair and belt, both shown incised. Row of white dots above the scene. Details of man's body and horses' incised. Disk foot has reserved edge, base is reserved.
46.9.2 Ivy wreath on rim, dots on ridge below. Decoration on main body consists of an ivy wreath with dots in between ivy leaves. Below: one band of horse shoes, one band of dots, and one band of curved lines. Below is black to the foot, which has one reserved line. Base reserved but with two thin black concentric lines around a small circle in the centre.
47.2.4 The vessel's tondo is ornated with impressed (stamped) decoration, of thirteen ellipsoid motives (eggs, some not fully formed) that seem to be hanging from an impressed circle, on whose border rest thirteen palmettes (voluted with narrow divisions) on stalks. There is a reserved, but glazed line at the lowest part of the body and the concave area of the base is reserved, but glazed, apart from two, concentric, reddish brown lines with a dot in the centre.
47.2.5 Black glaze covers the entire vessel, except for underside of the resting surface. It is not lustrous, of not good quality and on the interior it is mostly fired reddish, as well as on small parts of the exterior. Reddish paint is applied on the underside, which is decorated with a black dot at the centre, surrounded by two concentric thin black band at a distance of ca. 1 cm. VEry close to the external band, a thin band of thinned glaze. The interior of the bidy is has stamped decoration. Four stamped spindly palmettes arround a small circle.
47.2.9 Black gloss covers the entire body, except for resting surface, and within ridge on underside. Underside is covered with red paint and further decorated on reserved area with dot at the centre, central circle, and two thinner concentric circles. Much of exterior misfired brownish.
47.6.1 The Gorgon Medusa, in both shoulder panels. Area under handles is black. Side A: Achilles on black horse, alongside a red horse with an attendant riding on black horse behind. Troilos lies on ground. Side B: Achilles carrying Troilos toward alter made of bricks with incised lines (the altar might also be interpreted as a fountainhouse). Shrub in front of altar (fountainhouse) Pictures are in red, black, white with detail incised. Below shoulder zone are red and black chevron-palmettes; below this, animal frieze with goats, panther, winged creature and lion. Triangles radiating from base, foot is black and base reserved. Zones separated by bands.
47.6.2A-B Lid: Straight sides and a moulded rim at the top and bottom, both red. The plastic ring at the top of the lid black. The top is decorated with a depiction of a male figure, perhaps Dionysus (Ure) or Pan (Boardman) with horns springing from his head. He wears an animal skin (brownish dots) over his shoulders, with a hoof dangling. He seems to be stepping or sitting on another animal skin. In raised left hand he holds an indeterminate instrument (Ure: handleless fork; Boardman: syrinx) and he rests his right hand, brought before his body, on an oar-shaped object (trumpet; Ure: winnowing fan; Boardman: 'lagobolon'). To his left is the forepart of a pig (or dog?), and to his right, a basket with three corn stalks. There is also a red, thin line at the joining point of the plastic ring and the lid. The decoration of the side surface of the lid is a motif of vertical, hanging, wavy tongues, between reddish brown bands. There is also one inverted heart-shaped motif at some point between the tongues. Body: There is a red line at the rim and another one at half the way up the body, both on the inside and the outside. On the interior there are two, concentric, reddish-brown circles. Exterior: There is also a red line at the bottom of the body, while the disk-shaped ring is reddish-brown. Wide rim at base. Underside is reserved and central section flat.
47.6.3 Dull brownish-black glaze all over. Ribbed handles with bearded masks instead of spurs, handles divided in two between mask and body. In handle zone, incised band of tendrils on straight stalk. White dots (v. worn) above and below. Round top of lower band some evidence of what was a wavy pattern. Lower band black as is base and the rest of the vessel.
47.7.2 Round, flat body with vertical spout at one end with a flared mouth. Single curved handle stretches from the rim of the mouth to the back of the body. All black apart from two designs. One one side is a panther, with detail picked out in black paint and whose face is in an odd perspective. On the other side is a dog, with black and brown paint used for detail. Reserved line runs asround the body below the animals. The base is red and flat.
47.7.3 Outer rim has round pattern. Beneath each handle, palmette with side tendrils. A: Woman's head in hankerchief with hair out the back. B: Woman's head uncovered. Around foot is a broad black band then a reserved zone with a thin black band in the middle. Base is black and depressed in centre.
47.8.1 Inside is reserved except for picture of Heracles in a black corselet over spotted chiton with flame borders. Club in his right hand and bow and arrow in his left. Originally only red for framing circle inside the black band around rim but much has faded to red that was black. Two handles, one either side have been dipped. Outside are dots around rim with band below. Reserved then to resting surface and inner foot-ring which are red. Base is concave and reserved except for small red circle at center.
48.11.8 Diagonal rim directly aggached to a globular body; high swung round handle rises up from the top of the rim and rejoins the body at its middle. from the Small mouth, body is round and extends outwards from directly beneath mouth. Long handle reaches from mouth to middle of body on the side. Raised base. Pot entirely glossed, although (mis?)fired red on lower part of handle, back of body, and base.
48.12.1 Bowl of rather coarse clay. Interior glossed black, although only traces of brown remain. Two rounded handles, one on each side, with traces of faint brownish-black gloss. Outside, narrow bands immediately below rim and at base of handles. Between the handles is pair of parallel wavy lines (only on front). Black gloss from below handles to foot. Foot is rounded and base is concave and reserved.
48.12.10 Interior of the mouth and exterior of the handle black. Neck is reserved, as is the underside of the handle. Shoulder has two rows of rays radiating from neck. Body is cream ground and, from top to bottom, has two parallel horizontal black lines, meander 'key' pattern, three rows of grille and black line. In centre are three horizontal palmettes with a line, four row grille and black band. The pattern only covers the front of the pot and the back is left cream. Below this are three incised bands. Top of foot black. Reserved band on the foot. Underside reserved.
48.12.11 Flared mouth, black inside, with flat rim which is reserved. Outside of mouth and handle black but neck and underside of handle reserved. Shoulder has two rings, the inner of dots and the outer of rays or lotus buds. Body is black with lustrious glaze except for a reserved band at top and bottom of main design which is a woman walking to right with her hand extended. Stem and foot are black and side of foot is reserved. Base is flat and reserved.
48.12.12 Flared cup mouth, single handle, neck and back of body are all black. The front design is a palmette framed in a triangular panel. Foot is black on the top and side but the resting surface and the raised base are reserved.
48.12.13 Rim of the neck is painted red on the inner side, the outer surface of the neck is painted brown. Two black lines on a white wash decorate the shoulder, the handles are painted black on their outer surface. The upper body is decorated with a red band at the top then (on one side) a white wash, followed (on both sides) by six black bands with reserved areas between them. The rest of the lower body is decorated with a dark red wash.
48.12.2 Black decoration. Interior: uneven band round rim; ring in base with ill-made join. Exterior: uneven band at rim; beneath it is a wavy line (decoration ceases temporarily above handles); paint thinner in places. Black band where the body tapers to the base, and another band around the foot. Base reserved.
48.12.3 Interior black glaze, except a reserved band just inside rim. Upper body reserved with darker red and black decoration; Three horizontal brown lines around the outside rim, six sets of five vertical lines spaced evenly around the upper body alternating with four occurrences of three concentric circles surrounding a central dot. Three horizontal lines below it separate this section from the lower body which is black except for one reserved band in the middle. Handles are a darker reddish brown (2.5YR 4/6). There is an incised cross on the inside of one handle only. The slightly flared foot is also black with a reserved resting surface and underside.
48.12.6 Rim decorated with three bands, the the central one with added purple. Horizontal bars on handle. Long tongues on shoulder; figural zone framed by bands. Main design is of three crouching lions, facing right, with long tails forming s-curves above them, each reaching back to link to the next lion. Incisions and added purple on necks and shoulders. Base reserved.
48.12.9 The jug is decorated with black glaze, turning to red in places, on the upper half but is otherwise reserved.
48.2.1 The interior is glazed black. There are two zones of decoration. Top (A): water bird, horseman with dog, lion; top (B): lion, horseman, waterbird. Bottom: seven swans, three decorated with incisions, above a ray base. A few rosettes and a dotted rhombus in the field. The base and rim of the foot are reserved.
48.4.1 The rim of the mouth has leaves all round it. The outside of the rim has a thick black band. On the main zone are pairs of ivy leaves (one pointing up the other down), joined by their vines. In between these are pairs of dot flowers. All of this lies between two pairs of horizontal lines. The slight slope towards the foot is black. The top of the foot is reserved but appears to have once been black. The base of the foot is reserved except for a thin black band on the inside of the rim, another about halfway in, and then a small dot in the centre of the base. The inside of the pot is completely black.
48.5.1 Inside: Central part reserved and decorated with black band in the centre surrounded by three black concertic bands. The rest is black, superimposed with two red and white bands. The top of the rim is decorated with a band of two rows of dots framed by thin black bands. The incurving rim is decorated with back and red thin bands. A: Swan facing to the left with spread wings. Incised rosettes and dots in field. B: bird (owl?) facing to the right goat to the left coloured partly in red; Incised rosettes in the field C: Bird (goose?)partly coloured purple and facing grazing goat(?) to the left but very faded. Below, broad black band with superimposed white-red-white at top and bottom. Triangular rays on a black baseline extend from the base. Narrow black band around middle of foot. Black band with superimposed white on inside of footring. On base, two black bands and a central dot. Exterior and interior of ring foot black
48.5.2 The interior of the mouth is reserved except for a black band on its top. On the mouth, three horizontal parallel lines. On the neck, zig-zag pattern. Shoulder: A:goose/swan and B: panther. Incised rosettes and dots for the filling. Four black bands. Body: deer flanked by panthers whose tails almost meet. In field: rosettes with spoke incisions, and some with circular centres; also dots. Some added purple on animals. Scene rests on a broad black band framed by two narrow black bands. Triangular spokes point upwards from the base to the lower black band. Foot is black, but base is reserved.
49.1.2 The vessel is covered in black except for decorative bands at the lower part of the neck (red with black vertical lines) and the shoulder (egg-and-dot), the figural scene in the body zone, a frieze (stopt maeanders alternating with cross squares) below the figural zone, narrow bands at the join of body and foot as well as on each step of the foot, and the underside. The scene depicts a nude youth standing in a relaxed pose, 3/4-view to the right. He holds drapery, bunched up, under his left arm, and seems to converse with a drapped woman seated to the left on an undulating rock. She holds a mirror in her right hand. Both are diademed. A small, winged Eros flutters above them, and he has crowned the youth. A single branch emerges from behind the rock. Next comes an older Eros (depicted as an adolescent) seated near profile to the left (the seat is no longer visible), holding an opened box (the type that was used to house alabastra such as that which he decorates, according to Trendall and Cambitoglou 2.605). In the upper left field there is a rectangular motif with a short, black, vertical band on it (perhaps a window), and in the upper right field (behind Eros) a four-part rosette (rodakas) next to a strigil. Below, there is more vegetation. Relief dots detail xxx and added white has been used for xxx.
49.4.1 The mouth is black inside and out with a reserved rim. The back of the handle is also black. The neck and underside of the handle are ruddled, as is the shoulder which has black dots and radial-shaped motif. There is a white band at the upper body surface with a yellow meander pattern, between yellow lines. The main design is that of a flying Nike facing right with a mirror in her left hand and a globular object in her right. She wears a kalyptra (head dress) and she is draped. Additionally, thinned glaze and black paint has been used for detail. Below the scene there is a similar meander pattern on a white band. The rest of the vessel is black.
49.4.2 Woman with a fan and a ball, seated in a naiskos; kalathos on either side. The inner side of the rim bears a broad band (in the middle of the surface). The top surface bears traces of carelessly applied red colour. The edge is also black and its side surface bears a reserved line and a black line underneath, from which seem to be hanging short, vertical lines. The upper part of the neck is reserved, but bears a black band on its lower part. The rest of the neck is decorated with black colour, on top of which there is a tongue pattern in yellow (faded away) that contours the vessel (long, pointed on the bottom tongues). Below, there is a reserved line. Side A: The main scene depicts a female figure seated in a naiskos (monument with pediment, from whose upper part emerge palmettes and tendrils, epistylion, an ionic column on either side an top of a stylobates or crepis, the latter represented with a perpetual pattern of voluted motives and dots in between, framed by white lines, thin, black bands and white bands), on a diphros okladias. The woman is facing left, she is wearing a peplos, holding a fan with her right hand and a round object with the left one, below which there is a row of dots. She also wears a kalyptra and has her hair in a bun, from which emerge two wavy lines with round terminations. Behind her, at the level of her head, there is a window (square object with the middle part riddled). The naiskos is flanked by a kalathos on either side, decorated with black and yellow horizontal lines, tendrils and branches, as well as yellow tongues and yellow meander pattern. There is a row of yellow dots below each kalathos and a rosette on top. Below the row of dots underneath the left kalathos there is another rosette, whereas underneath the row of dots below the right kalathos there is a phiale. The details are executed with added yellow. The handles are black. The reverse is decorated with floral motifs: the area underneath the vertical handle is black, with an H-shaped black motif divided in two by a vertical line, on a round, brown background. The surface below the vertical handle depicts two fan-shaped palmettes, from which emerge elaborate, voluted floral patterns that expand to the surface below the horizontal handles. The lower part of the body is contoured by a wavy-like pattern on a brown background. The area below is black, although streaky on some areas, while the lowest part of the body is reserved but glazed. The foot is black, with a reserved resting surface.
49.8.1 Handle in two pieces and entwined in knot and extending out to sides along rim. Mouth is wide and has small rim with moulding around edge. Neck is black and smooth with a ridge at juncture with body. The body has shallow vertical ribs, with a cross incised under handle. Horizontal groove halfway down body. Stem is ruddled above foot and reserved, decorated with a black bad. Upper and lower edge of foot reserved. Foot is conical with reserved resting surface and base, except for a black band inside of foot.
49.8.11 On mouth three concentric black bands; dots on edge. Zigzag pattern on handle. On the shoulder, black tongues. The figure decorated body zone is framed by three thin horizontal parallel black bands. On the body two confronted lions, between which an incized rosette. Dots and irregularly drawn rosettes on the background. Two concentric circles on the underside of the base.
49.8.12 Mouth and rim all black. Single handle is black on the outside and reserved on the underside. Neck is reserved. Shoulder has a row of rays and a row of lotus flowers. Body design is 10 rows of debased chequerboard. There are irregular drops of paint on the back. The decorated part of the body is followed by a narrow black band followed by black stem. The foot is black on the top but reserved on the side. Base is reserved.
49.8.2 It has a central knob handle with moulded ridges that bears a red spoked wheel and a red band with a reserved rim. Additionally, it has a black and red down moulded handle with two bads at the bottom. Both sides depict a female head with ornate head dress, made of whitish thin bands and dots, shorter and thinner yellow ones, as well as of ovaloid or curving mottifs. A lock falls over, accross the neck. A spiral pattern is used to fill the surface between the end of the kalyptra (hair dress) and the beginning of another motif; a palmette, used as decoration on either side, while a floral pattern fills the space between the chin and the other side of the palmette. One of the heads wears a neclace made of yellow beads, while her earing is painted over the hair with big round spots. Between the two heads there are palmettes (fan-shaped ornament composed of narrow divisions) with added yellow for few details. Around the bottom of the rim there is a wave pattern to the left. The underside is completely reserved.
49.8.3 Interior: black with a central red dot. The underside of the rim has a leftwards laurel leaf pattern above a single red band. Palmette and tendril decoration below both handles. Side A: warrior with shield dressed in hoplite attire (but perhaps an Arimaspian, according to Schauenburg; cf. Hdt. 3.116), facing and fighting a griffin with traces of white on tail and mane. Rosettes in field. Side B: three robed women with yellow necklaces and hair decorations, facing left. Rhomboids with central crosses in field. Below the figures is a wave pattern. Stem, foot and base are black.
49.8.4 On the mouth, tonges framed by black bands. On the shoulder, tongues. Neck reserved. Lip has dots around the edge. On the handle, the decoration is hardly preserved, probably black bands zig-zag. Body has three purple bands with double rows of vertical dashes between them. There is a zone of tongues around the base, above of which thin brown line. On the underside of the base, black dot at the centre and traces of black band around it.
49.8.7 Inside is black with a reserved ring in centre (around hole) and a reserved band on the junction of the offset rim with the body. Rim is black outside and there is a moulded, reserved ridge above handles on the junction of the rim with the body. Two handles, one on each side are black on top and reserved underneath. Below the shoudler ridge is a band of lotus buds with dots all joined by a chain below, black band, band of eight inverted birds (cockerels and hens (?) one smudged) with a dot rosette. The figure zone is framed by thinly painted brown lines, two on each end. Black band follows and three thin brown lines which encircle the black rays rising out from the root of the stem.
49.8.8 Inside and outside of mouth and handle is black as is neck and back of body. At base of neck is a key / meander design between two moulded ridges and only appears on the front. On the body, metope bearing the figure decoration. On the top of the metope. black tongues.Main design is in a panel showing a Quadriga moving to the left. Horses' heads turned towards different directions. One to the left, other three run their heads to the centre facng each other. On the quadriga, hoplites in profile either side both facing right, holding shields and spears and wearing helmets. One of the shields is decorated with a feline picked out in white, only the back part of which can be seen. Behind the quadriga, a hoplite in profile to the right. He is holding his spear and seems ready to attack. He has a shield decorated with three dots with added white, he wears a short chiton, a cuirass and a Corinthian helmet. In front of the chariot, hoplite in profile, moving to the left, having his head turned backwards. He is wearing cuirass, short chiton, a helmet. He is holding his shield and two spears. Added red-purple on reins of horses and headbands and tunic of warriors, as well as contours of the shields. Added white on lion of the shield and decoration of the shield of the second hoplite which is not clear, the edge of the sword of the first hoplite, the dots on the shiled and a band on the body of the last hoplite. Red band at base of panel running all around the vase's body and foot is black on top, but reserved on side. Resting surface reserved.
49.8.9 Rim: There are three narrow, black bands (on a reserved area) between two thicker ones. The side of the rim, the neck and the underside of the handle are all reserved, however there are parallel horizontal bands framed by two thinner vertical lines on the back of the handle. The shoulder is decorated with black tongues. The body is covered with a scale-like motif and each of the scales is rendered with two incised lines at the edge. Additionally, each alternate column has a large purple dot and the columns between have a very small, incised dot. Above and below the scales there are two, broad, black bands, separated by reserved lines. The lower part of the body towards the foot is decorated with tongues (radial-shaped motif). The foot and the base and underside are reserved.
50.10.1 The interior, from the lip down, is reserved. There is a thick band on the lip and vertical bars on the exterior of the rim, then five bands, evenly spaced, between the rim and where the handles start. Neck (A,B): Panel between two triglyphs, each consisting of three vertical lines, a band of diagonal lines, and another three vertical lines. Panel filled with a long-legged bird facing left (body outlined and filled with vertical lines), filling splotches, and a horizontal triangle, cross-hatched, to the right. Shoulder (A,B): Seven vertical lines, panel, seven vertical lines. The panels are filled with (A) dog (silhouette) runing to right, with filling ornament, (B) same, but the dog chasing a hare. Horizontal bands cover the exterior of both handles, and the handle zones are outlined with a very thick band. Body: three horizontal bands; close zigzag; seven more bands; a large black band covering the lower part of the body and the foot. Resting surface and underside reserved.
50.10.2 Interior glazed black. The rim is decorated with black dots (possibly modern?). The walls are decorated with a floral frieze, consisting of 9-petal palmettes alternating with vertical tendrils (one of which is single and 5 of which are comprised of interlocking ss), framed above and below by two black bands. The lower part of the body is decorated with a thick black band, between two reserved bands. The foot ring is decorated with black bands on the vertical surfaces. The underside is decorated with a narrow black band around a central black dot.
50.10.4 The mouth is black inside and out with a reserved rim. The neck and underside of handle are also reserved, while the top of the handle is black. The shoulder is decorated with short lines and four palmettes (of which one is upside down) linked with tendrils. The back of the body is black and the front bears the representation of a draped woman in an unnaturalistic posture. She is facing right with her head and chest turned back to her left. She is holding a case (kiste? with drawers?) in her right hand and extends out her left (the gesture is as if holding a phiale). There is reserved line under her feet and the woman looks as if she stepps on it. Additionally, the foot's upper surface is black. There is also a small, concave section at the centre of the base.
50.10.5 Black inside with a reserved rim and a central circular reserved section with two black bands and a black dot. Two handles, one each side, are black except for the reserved insides and panels underneath. The exterior is black, with the exception of the handle zone decorated with palmettes and lotus buds on cable and a reserved band further down on the body. Reserved is the ridge at the junction of the stem and the foot, the side of the foot and the resting surface.
50.12.1 A thick clay fragment showing below the rim and in line with the area of the handle zone; a pattern of joined arc-shaped bands and immediatly before the handle a vertical line joining the horizontal lines that surround the arc motif. On top of rim there is a single narrower curved painted band.
50.12.12 Although there is no decoration, there appears to be a line painted just that has faded to the colour of the clay. Below the rim is a roughened area where a handle may have placed. The outer surface of the pot might have been burnished while the inside is less smooth.
50.12.15 Interior is mainly unpainted with a black line (faded to orange) directly on rim, another slightly lower. Exterior has a series of straight and curved lines to left of centre there are two parallel vertical lines and far left two horizontal parallel scalloped lines. To the right a single curved line and at the bottom a small semi-circle adjoining the lower end of the vertical lines with an larged dot in the middle.
50.12.37 White clay fragment slightly curved and the exterior shows detail of a pattern; parallel lines curve accross the fragment to the left there is part of a feather pattern that has a single scroll at the top. On the bottom right the the pattern may be bulb shaped and six curved lines across it. The black paintwork is faded in part while some is still dark. The interior has been painted black while the area below the top has been completely worn.
50.12.38 Exterior: black faded to orange; there is a stripe around rim (?) with a part of a painted motive showing with small blobs of original black remaining. Interior: black to orange streaks
50.12.43 Exterior decorated with concentric circles. In the centre there is a solid painted circle. The painted lines are more densely painted at the top. The lines at the bottom of the circle are painted further apart. The inside is brownish-black.
50.12.44 The interior is reserved other than a single band of paint. The exterior is reserved with a red pattern made up of irregular lines.
50.12.5 Part of foot of a closed vase. Coarse clay with tiny black and white inclusions. The interior is pink and fairly rough, the exterior is unglazed and grey. There is a small section of black near the top.
50.12.50 The figurine probably represents the body of a woman (a 'phi'figurine). The figure is decorated with a series of slightly wavy brown lines, arranged vertically.
50.3.1 Red rim, mouth black inside but lower half reserved. Handles are black on top and reserved underneath. In neck zone are palmettes with dots joined by chain. Bars on shoulder. Side A; Dionysos holding wine cup, between two dancing maenads with ivy vines in the field. Side B; two warriors fighting over fallen man with spears and a shield with a leg motif and red details. Palmettes in field are attached to tendrils under the handles. Below are dots joined by zigzags with rays below. Moulded red ridge then black foot with uneven reserved band at base. Base is reserved.
50.4.11 Black glaze is rather silvered. Rim offset outside and inside. Two oblong, horizontal handles bending upwards, one higher than the other. Resting surface and underside of the base are reserved with a dot and black painted band around it. Foot is moulded in ridges.
50.4.12 Silvery black gloss except underside, which is reserved, reddened, and decorated with a central black dot and two concentric black bands. The external is wider and painted without precision. Red paint of the resting surface slightly flaked off at small parts.
50.4.13 Black glaze except for underside, which is reserved and reddened.
50.4.14 Entirely glossed black. Just below the middle the body a zone of stamped palmette decoration framed by parallel incised lines. Row of eggs below the lower line. The underside of the foot is decorated with three incised concentric circles.
50.4.17 Black glaze all over except reserved resting surface. Rim stamped with sixteen horseshoe designs resting on a line. Base is black and depressed.
50.4.19 Cup mouth with slightly out-turned rim and flat lip; narrow neck, bulbous body, broad raised base, and strap handle rising from the top of the neck, extending to the top of the body in a near right-angled shape. A slight ridge marks the join of neck and body. The body is decorated with 9 pairs of vertical grooves giving the appearance of a 'segmented orange'. Black glazed except on base, which is reserved and treated with red wash.
50.4.20 Exterior and interior of neck in black glaze, base is reserved. Fourteen, unevenly spaced vertical incisions around the lower body. From above, the lip and handle appear to form a grape leaf shape.
50.4.4 Face is painted white and hair has dulled to brown. Holes at the ends of the fringe indicate that some added decoration may have been lost.
50.4.5 Interior of the neck until almost the beginning of the shoulder black. The rest of the interior reserved. On the exterior, neck and handle black. The lower part of the neck is decorated with a row of eggs. The lower part of the handle, at the height of the shoulder bears part of the decoration of a palmette the rest of which covers the body and is hown upside down. The body is decorated in black figure with a palmette-lotus frieze below with double-chevron palmette heart. The lower part of the body remains black fired brownish.
50.4.7 The exterior and interior of the mouth, as well as exterior of handle are painted black. The top of the mouth and the underside of the handle reserved. Shoulder decorated with two rows of blakc painted rays. Those of the upper row are short. The body is decorated in the white-ground technique. Decoration on front of body; at top a band with geometric meander pattern, framed by thin black bands. In a square framed by thin black bands, net pattern. The lower of the body, the small stem and the upper part of the base are black. On the lower part of the body, the glae has not been applied carefully leaving thin lines on the colour of the clay. The exterior of the foot and the underisde are reserved.
50.4.8 Black gloss on mouth, neck, shoulder, and handle (dipped). On shoulder, three rows of white spots: seven (tear-shaped) above, five (larger tear-shaped) in the middle, and below, five groups of three dots in a triangular pattern. The body is decorated with a diagonal net pattern of thin black lines with thin white spots inside the lozenges. Thick irregular black band at bottom of body, reserved stem, black foot, including resting surface, but otherwise reserved underside, with a spiral pattern etched at the centre. White paint dots added and traces of red wash over body.
50.5.1 Reserved on interior, starting ca. 5 cm below rim; otherwise black glazed, with some (modern?) white overpaint: traces of white vertical strokes around lip; two white bands around neck above groove; body pattern is in (modern) white flower motif inside oblong block pattern.
50.5.2 The interior and rim are black, except for two red bands just inside the rim. The underside of the rim is decorated with a leaf-like band of design. The spaces between the attachment points of the handles are reserved. Palmettes occupy the spaces beneath each handle. On either side the figural scene is bordered right and left with tendrils spouting two quarter palmettes from volutes. Side A: A nude youth, standing profile to the right, with his left leg stepping on a rock, holds a stemmed plate in his upraised right hand (supported by his left hand). He faces a satyr, standing in 3/4-view to the left, who holds a bell in his right hand and a thrysos in his left; a himation is draped over his left shoulder and arm. Side B: Two standing, draped youths with walking sticks face each other. A reserved band, a reserved line, and a band of waves appear below the figural zones. The lower part of the body and base are black. Added white and yellow are used for details on both sides.
50.5.3 Shoulder: two cocks facing each other, heads downwards. Purple for comb and wattles. Body: two swans facing each other with their heads down and wings open: Added red on wings. It has faded on the left one. Added white bands on wings of swand and cocks that has mostly faded. The rest of the body is black, fired to brown. Ring on the junction of neck and shoulder, foot and handle black. Underside of the foot reserved.
50.5.5 The interior is black, as is the exterior, except for a band of waves under the rim, the figural decoration in the body zone, and wide reserved bands around the handle zone. Both sides portray a female head facing left. Side A: Laurel wreath encircling head; groups of three white dots in the field and on the back of the head; beaded necklace. Single thick leaves rise from the base on either side of the head. Side B: Plain band encircling head; groups of three white dots in the field and on the back of the head; two beaded necklaces. Single thick leaves (of different sizes) rise from the base on either side of the head. Disk in lower left field. White for hair ornaments and on the upper necklace on side B. Beneath each handle is a palmette beneath circles surrounding dots.
50.5.6 Vertical strap handle from rim to bottom ridge, extending over the rim, has parallel horizontal lines. Towards the top,a double bar cross. Inside is reserved except for the rim decorated with four groups of 8/10 vertical black lines, framed by a thin line above and two below, extnding to the upper part fo the body.The body has a zone of hanging spirals to the left,framed by two black lines. It is followed by a meander and four parallel black bands below, a zone of herring-bone. Either side of handle are three vertical lines. Herring-bone pattern sits on ridge which has two bands below. Base is flat and reserved.
51.1.2 Interior and exterior of the mouth, neck exterior of handles black, fired mostly reddish brown. The underside of the rim has a reserved band. Underside of the handles reserved. The body is all black apart from the metope carryint the figure decoration and a reserved band decorated with radial-shaped motif beofre the black foot, decorated with two red concentric bands. Resting surface, underside of the foot. The top surface of the rim is decorated with two, concentric, red lines. Another marks the junction of the neck with the shoulder. The neck is black (reddish brown on the reverse side). The main scene begins from the top of the shoulder (under a red line), down the main part of the body. There are two confronted bulls with their heads bent downwards. Added red on partsof their bodies. Between them, there is an ivy leaf (heart-shaped). They step on a thin, black line, which separates the shoulder zone from the body metope. On the body, two warriors attack other two. All warriors have spears with teardroped terminations (three terminations are visible, the fourth is on a missing area) and wear helmets with coverings for the cheeks (only the right pair's are visible) with details (dots for the first and fillet for the second warrior) in added white (now fadded away). They all held shields as well. All are round, except for one. The right pair's episemata on the shields are visible (upper part of seated lion / tripod, rendered with added white that has fadded away), while the other pair's shields' interior is visible and so the porpax (handle) can be seen on the left warrior. Additionally, they all wear greaves. Added red on the contour of the shields, the interior of the shileds, helmest, one hoplite's greaves. Between the pairs there is an eight-pointed star. There are also two horizontal red lines below running around the body of the vase. Two horizontal red lines frame the reserved lower zone decorated with the linear motif. The foot is black, with two red horizontal lines. The base is reserved.
51.1.3 All black except rim, which is covered with a whitish slip and decorated with a zone of stpe patterns framed by two lines above and below. Base reserved with two incised concentric rings.
51.1.4 Exterior reserved. Interior glazed black except for a reserved band below the rim, and a figural tondo, decorated with a black silhouette siren, profile to right, with rows of black dots surrounding her wings and emerging behind her right leg. The figural design is surrounded by a band of vertical bars enclosed by two horizontal rings.
51.4.1 The top surface of the rim is reserved (but glazed), however, the side one bears a black meander pattern. Neck: at the left side there is the front part of a horse (head and two feet) and the right leg (thigh to toe) of the horse-rider, with incisions for detail (denoting also the bridle) and added white. At the other end there are two men, one behind the other. The fragment's termination is at the level of their knees. The first one (right end) has extended his arms, as if being a charioteer. Besides, the back part of the chariot can be seen over his white chiton. The stephane on his hair is executed with red. The black, male figure at the same level behind him makes a gesture as if holding something (invisible). He is wearing a short chiton and he is probably on the chariot too. Interior: There is a red, thin band at the rim and the rest of the surface is black.
51.4.10 Offset rim and interior is glazed black but streaky allowing red to show through. The two handles are also black on the top and reserved underneath. Beneath each handle is an ivy leaf on a long curling stalk. The main design on both sides is flanked by eyes, which have red centres and white incised bands around them, superimposed onto black. Side A is a seated youth in profile to the rightin chiton and himation (?. Added white on stool and red on chimation and fillet on his head. Side B is a tree (?) with detail added in red-purple . No substantial foot, but a reserved, flat base.
51.4.11 Glaze is dark brown, sometimes with a reddish hue. Glazed on rim, neck (interior and exterior), handles, at junction of body and stand, and on exterior of foot. Cartoon-ish black-figure scenes on body and stand, with incised detail. Body, side A: Legless horseman, with arms spread on either side, to right on a horse held by a bearded man in a short tunic, with a dagger at his right side, who stands to his left. Behind him stands another bearded man wearing a short tunic, who holds a branch in his outstretched right hand, and bends his left arm at his side. Body, side B: Another legless horseman advances to the right, also with arms outstretched, on a horse, galloping towards a bearded, male figure, wearing a long tunic, who stands profile to the left. Stand, side A: Two confronting water birds, with 3 flecks behind the right water bird. Stand, side B: Two male figures in profile to the right, with a dagger at his left side; the second figure, who is shorter, seems to be bound.
51.4.2 The top surface of the rim is reserved (but glossed), however the side bears a black meander pattern. The scene consists of two chariots, the left one with three horses (below their knees the piece is missing) and the right one with four (only two of the heads remain). The left hand side charioteer is not visible, however it is obvious that he was holding and stretching the bridle. The upper part of the chariot is also visible. The second charioteer wears white chiton and red stephane (fillet) on the head and his chariot is visible. Each figure has incisions around its edges, as well as for the depiction of details. Some parts of the horse bodies are emphasized by added red colour. Body: The surface is black. The interior of the neck and body is also black, apart from a red band at the top of the rim.
51.4.3 Rim: There is a meander pattern at the side. Neck: There is the procession of two chariots. On the left chariot 3 horses are visible, however they must have been four (four pairs of legs). In front of them there is a charioteer wearing a chiton (the added white has faded away) and the largest part of the chariot as well as some of the horse's feet and tails are visible. The details have been rendered with added red and incisions (especially for the tails and mane of the horses). There is also a black line below the figures, in order to denote the ground. The body of the vessel is black, as is the interior, apart from the top surface of the rim that is reserved (but glossed) and a red, thin band on the upper neck.
51.4.4 Rim: The side surface bears a black, meander pattern. Neck: A procession of two chariots, each with four horses (four pairs of feet) but only the first charioteer is visible, wearing a chiton, whose added white colour has faded away. There are incisions to denote the details, as well as added red (especially for the tails and mane of the horses).There is a black line under the scene, to render the ground. Body: It is black and so is the interior, apart from the top surface of the rim that is reserved (but glazed) and a red, thin band at the upper neck.
51.4.5 Decoration in black and purplish-brown over a pale slip, with incised decoration on the back. At the top of the body is a broad band between two pairs of narrow bands. Above this is some evidence of a frieze of vertical bars. Below is a figural frieze, decorated at front with a geometricising bird flying profile to the right, holding a wavy line in his beak. He is surrounded by two crosses and two clusters of 8 dots (rudimentary rosettes) in the field. A floral decoration at the back is comprised of four interlocking palmettes, with purplish-brown petals and brownish-black hearts separated by incisions, with tendrils terminating in volutes emanating from either side of each sideways palmette. The lower part of the body is decorated with a thick black band between a pair of thin bands, above, and a thin band, below.
51.4.7 Interior surface is black. The exterior surface is black for top half and there is traces of a design on the lower half. It appears to be a lion attacking a goat. The necks of both and the tongue of the lion are purple.
51.4.8 Neck and mouth, inside and outside, are black. Decoration in a panel. The top of th epanel is decorated with small balck tongues. Under them,lotus buds and flowers, purple patch on each flower, with a row of black dots above them. Cock to the right faces swan to the left, with extended wings. Added purple on wings. Above cock, dots and small line, ramines of an unidentified decorative pattern as background decoration? The rest of the body and three handles are black. The resting surface and interior of vessel are reserved. The glazed interior of the neck is decorated with 3 thin purple bands. Under the decorated panel, two thin purple bands, running all around the body of the vessel. Underside of the handles reserved.
51.4.9 The rim is black, both on the inside and on the outside. The back of the handle is also black, but the underside is reserved. The neck is reserved, but glazed apart from a thick purple band on its lower part. On the sloping junction of the neck with the shoulder, black tongues. Both interrupted at the joining point of the handle to the neck. The shoulder is covered with a guilloche (pattern of interwoven fillets) with teardropped terminations. In the middle of two upper and two lower black lines there are two rows of black dots that begin on the edge of the second left figure of the main scene and stop at the edge of the last person. In the centre of the scene, a male figure in profile to the right with as short mantle, a quiver on his back (Herakles) is attacking a kneeling Amazon. With his left hand, he is gradding her from the air and with the right he is holding a sword, with which he is ready to kill her. The Amazon, in profile to the left, is wearing a helmet, holding a very long spear with her arm and her shiled with the left. From his waist, her sword is hanging. This scene is flanked by two other battle scenes. On the left side, an Amazon is attacking a Greek. He is wearing a cuirass, helmet, he is hloding his spear and his shield and he is shown ready to fall down. Tha Amazon has atteacked him with her spear. She is wearing a helmet and a short chiton. On the right, an Amazon and a Greek are shown in profile running towards the left, projecting their spears. The Amazon is wearing a ahsort chiton and a helmet. She is holding her shield, covering large part of her body. A frontal head of a lion decorates the shield. A sword hanging from her waist. The male warrior wears a short chiton and has a shield and a helmet. The Amazons have long hair and wear helmets with longer and bigger crests. Incisions and added red are used for details. Added red: parts of the chitons of the warriors anad the Amazons, hair of the warrior in the middle, fillets on Amazon's heads and the frame of the shield of the running Amazon. Below the scene, there are two lines (not evenly formed at all in their length) and a band of added red. Below that, the vessel is black, with two concentric circles on the surface of the foot. The resting surface is reserved.
51.7.1 Black handle, mouth, neck and back of body. Around shoulder at front is a tongue pattern. Below is main design of a nude youth riding a horse to the left, white for reins and thinned glaze for black detail. Below is meander strip broken by two crosses (white on black). Black to base.
51.7.10 Inside is black and red, very thin and streaky in a swirl pattern. Handles are painted black. Around outside, between handles are vertical bars. The rest of the surface is black with some traces of red bands, except stem which is reserved. Side of footring is black, base is concave and reserved.
51.7.11 The interior and rim are black, except for two reserved bands on the interior, at the top and bottom of the lip. Just under the rim is a laurel wreath, facing to the right. A palmette fills the space beneath each black handle; a series of dots mark each handle zone. The scene on each side is bordered by two tendrils that emerge from the ground, in most cases flanked by two smaller tendrils; at the centre of each large tendril is a volute, from which spring two demi-palmettes. Side A: Wreathed, draped Apollo stands in 3/4-view to the right, holding a laurel branch in his right hand and a phiale and fillet in his upraised left hand. He faces a white-haired, bearded Papposilen, who stands in profile to the left. The Papposilen wears a taenia on his head, an animal skin (nebris) over a shaggy-white body suit, and slippers. He holds a mirror in his upraised left hand and a lyre and a fillet in his lowered left hand. Above him is bust of a goddess, probably Hera (or Leto, or Cyllene?), with her face in profile to the right, enclosed within a window, outlined in white. She wears a high crown and jewellry and holds a sceptre in front of her left shoulder. There are ivy leaves in the field. Side B: Two standing, draped youths, facing each other and wearing wreaths. The left figure has a 'V' drape on his chest and his left hand is barely visible; the right hand of the right figure emerges from his himation; he holds a branch out to his companion. Beneath the scenes is a band of right-facing waves. The lower body and foot are black, except for a reserved band on a groove at the top of the vertical surface of the foot, and the reserved underside.
51.7.12 Originally two handles, now only one remains, but they were both black, as are the interior walls. Exterior design shows a similar picture on both sides of a youth wrapped in leimation. Beneath each handle is a palmette with spiraling tendrils and serrated leaf below. Bottom of body below decoration black. Reserved ring on top of foot. Footring black inside and out, base is reserved with central dot and two circles drawn by hand.
51.7.13 The mouth is black at the top of the interior and the lip is reserved; the handles are black as is the body where they are attached, and the foot, except for the underside. The neck is decorated with a six-leaf palmette on each side. On the shoulder, beneath two reserved bands, are tongues that suggest the effect of ribbing. A white fillet has been painted over the 'ribbing' on both sides. Two thick, black lines (carelessly rendered) encircle the shoulder. A large palmette fills the space beneath each handle. A female head, shown in profile to the left, is shown on each side. Each women wear a kekryphylon or kalyptra and has her hair tied in a knot. Strands of added white (ribbons?) emerge from the hair. There are also thin lines (carelessly rendered) beneath the main scenes. Beneath the main scenes the vessel is black, except for the reserved stem and underside. The stem and the resting surface have been treated with a darker red wash. Red sections are streaky and dull, and some of the 'black' became red through misfiring.
51.7.16 Black mouth inside out, except for reserved top surface of the rim, exterior of handles, interior reserved and underside of the foot black; Between the handles are double (mirrored) lotus-enclosed palmette friezes, enclosed between red lines. Below the ridge at the base of the neck are alternating red and black tongues. Beneath each handle is a vegetal design comprised of three lotus buds, each arranged at right angles to each other, so that their stems form a diamond that encircles a dot, yet extend to four palmettes (two above and two below) that flank the figural zone. Beneath the figural zone is a series of friezes: two lines; a maeander (Greek key) to left; two lines; a frieze of upright leaves interlinked by arcuated stems; two lines; rays extending from the base. The preserved part of the base is entirely black. Side A shows a quadriga (four horse chariot) wheeling around, so that the front of the horses seem to pass a crouching warrior holding out a spear at a near horizontal. The helmeted charioteer holds a large shield. Side B shows a helmeted warrior, standing between two attendants. The warrior holds a shield with a lion-head sema, wears a chlamys, and holds a pair of spears at right angles. The (male) onlookers, both bearded, wear himatia that enclose their arms, and each holds a staff upright. Detail is incised on both designs. Top of foot and side are black and the underneath is concave and black. Added red on horses' manes and the contour of the shield.
51.7.2 Lid: The centre of the top of the lid is reserved, surrounded by two concentric bands—one red, one reserved— then a red circle, from which a band of tongues radiates. This is surrounded by a scallopped black band (fired red on one side), then an inverse wave pattern (waves leaning to the right), and finally a reserved band. The outer edge of the flange and the upper part of the body are glazed black. The remainder of the body is decorated with an egg and dot band (for which each eggs is a thick u circumscribed with a thin u), then a black band, then a wave band (with waves leaning to the right). The lower rim is reserved. The interior is glazed black, misfired to red on the underside of the top. Pyxis: Entirely glazed, fired mostly black on the exterior (with some red patches on the flange and the top of the body), and red on the interior.
51.7.3 On the body, opposite the handle, is modelled a triangular human face, with slanted eyebrows, bulging closed eyes, a straight pointed nose, tight lips, and a pointed chin.
51.7.5 Interior reserved; black glaze on mouth and upper half of neck, as well as upper half of handle; lower part of neck decorated with tongues that suggest ribbing; shoulder decorated (except under handle) with an egg-and-dot frieze between two black lines; reserved space at lower part of handle and handle attachment (interior) suggest that the mouth and neck were dipped. Body decorated with a frieze consisting of 7 clusters of three white dots at the top of a figural scene (arranged in upside down triangle shapes): a female figure, standing in 3/4-view to the left, in a relaxed posture with her left leg crossing her right, and her left elbow resting on a pillar (the curvy element in added white suggests that this is meant to represent natural rock). She wears a hairband and kekrphylon on her head, triple-dot earrings, two or three necklaces (two strands of white beads beneath a black line), two white bracelets on each wrist; a belted sleeveless chiton, and white slippers. She holds, in her upraised right hand, a mirror surrounded by white dots, and, in her left hand, a phiale that is surrounded by white beads, as well as a beaded sash. A large palmette, with a white dot on the heart and white dots on each volute, fills the space beneath the handle. From each volute emerges tendrils and floral decoration that frame the image of the woman. A 6-petal rosette fills the space to the right of the woman; to her left are a window and a dotted circle (cog-wheel?) in the upper left field, and an olive branch in the lower left field. On the body, beneath the figural scene, are a single reserved band and a thicker black band. The foot is reserved on the top element, and glazed black on the ridge and lower element; the underside and resting surface are reserved.
52.3.1 Mouth black inside and out, apart from flat exterior. Handles are black on top and sides but reserved underneath. Palmette and swirl pattern in black on neck. Small ridge at base of neck and vertical black tongues on shoulder. Side A: Heracles and Triton or Nereus (both equally possible as monster has tail and old man with staff associated with Nereus, but is unclothed as associated with Triton) with one male draped onlooker in profile to the left carrying a stick. The opposite side (B) is of a warrior (shield emblem chariot body painted in white) between two male draped onlookers carrying sticks. Added red on onlookers mantles, Nereus beard, and white on the shield. Below figures is a double row of large dots, bewteen two narrow bands with rays below to foot.Undr the handles, lotus and palmette . The foot is black and has two steps. Resting surface and conical base are both reserved.
52.3.2 Flared, cup mouth, black in and out and on rim. Neck is black, as is handle, except for a palmette pattern at base. Intricate tongue pattern around base of neck with a circular palmette pattern below. Main design, from left to right, shows Eutychia (EUTUXIA) standing to the right, holding a box in her left hand, with a string of embossed flowers (?) hanging down from her right hand. Beside her is a diphros with a cushion. Aphrodite ([A]FRODITH) sits, profile to left, in the centre and to left is small Himeros (IMEROS) in white, holding a wreath. To her right is a standing Makaria ([MAK]ARIA). Black egg pattern beneath main design. Moulded foot ring with grooves around the side. Black on top but reserved underneath.
52.3.3 Inside is black on neck and rim but reserved inside the body apart from numerous black splatters of paint. Diamond pattern with dots on rim, rays and palmettes on rim above each handle. Side has dots and two rows of wavy lines. Handles are black as is the neck between them. Neck design same as on rim. Row of tongues on shoulder. Scene similar on both sides. Each side is flanked by a vertical line of hearts/ivy leaves with dots between lines. Side A: three youths, robed, one with a staff, two facing left and one facing right. Side B: three youths, robed, around a stele (?), two facing left and one facing right. Figures are ruddled and detail picked out in black. Below is a band of ivy leaves. Foot is black and ridged. Base is reserved and conical inside foot.
53.8.3 Lip and interior glazed black, except a ram protome, profile to right, at the centre of a reserved tondo, outlined with an orange band. Exterior: lotus petals on the rim, interrupted only by the glazed handles and lugs, above a a thin glazed band at the carination (mostly orange-red), an invertedanimal frieze on the body or bowl, above a pair of thin bands above a thick band; bands decorating the foot on exterior and interior vertical surfaces; underside decorated with concentric circles (black between two lighter orange circles, enclosed by two darker orange circles). The animal frieze shows (from just above the black handle): a panther advancing to the right, head frontal, licking the horns of a grazing deer, profile to the left, between two pinecones, with a dotted line above his back; a panther advancing to the left, head turned frontal, a dotted lozenge, a lion advancing to the right, tongue licking the horns of a deer grazing profile to the left, with a row of chevrons above; a dotted lozenge. Below each creature is a dotted bull's eye (comprised of central dot, surrounded by a band, surrounded by a circle of dots). Additional ornaments, including dots and chevrons, in the field.
53.8.4 Molded, downturned rim with a flange (for lid); incurved horizontal round handles; deep body with nearly vertical sides that are slightly concave above the handles and convex below, curving sharply at the bottom into a broad, short stem, on top of a molded disc foot, recessed underneath in two degrees. Black gloss with red figure decoration. Side A: a female head profile to left, with small dotted circles in the upper field on either side; side B: palmette. Interior: a reserved band within the rim. Exterior: a band of vertical bars under the rim (with applied red wash); a reserved band around each handle attachment (also with red wash); a stemless ivy beneath each handle; narrow reserved band beneath figural scene; reserved band on the upper part of the foot; underside of foot is reserved and stained with red wash.
54.2.1 Interior red for black. On outer surface are horizontal parallel bands of brownish black, increasing in width from neck downwards. Rim is slighlty outturned.
54.2.2 Reserved except for thin red band at rim, thick red band at neck, and medium red band at shoulder with thin streaky bands below it, level to the bottom of the handle. In between the bands there seems to be a pale white wash (?). The external face of the handle is also painted red with a small tail-like extension of paint.
54.2.3 Upper part of the outside is buff whereas the lower part and the entire inside are both pink. On the outside buff section, are coarsely incised groups of lines in groups of three. Some are vertical and others are inclined. Pink foot and resting surface and base. Base has central convex section.
54.8.1 Inside has a ribbed texture and is reserved apart from thin bands around rim with vertical bars overlapping the rim. Single ribbon handle which is unevenly bent, has horizontal lines down back and is reserved underneath. Procession of seven mourning women, in profile all facing right, framed by wavy lines, with two bands above and below and three vertical lines at right and left of panel. In front of the sevnth woman there ae three loop patterns, with dots. The women are wearing long garments, have long hair and ftech one arm over their head, as a mourning gesture. Face drawn in outline. No use of incision for any details. Below 'SSSS' pattern, then horizontal lines. Moulded ridge and groove below around foot. Base is flat and reserved.
56.8.1 Reserved inside. Paint on outside is black, lustreless and largely worn towards base of body. Two handles painted black on top but reserved underneath. In handle zone, within a panel framed with bands of dots is an ivy spray (on both sides). Lower band of dots carried round below handles. Bottom of object is black until reserved band just above foot. Flaring foot, black on top and reserved and conical underneath.
56.8.2 Interior reserved, except for a narrow band of black glaze at the top. Exterior: black-glazed rim and handles, including handle attachment points, lower part of body, and foot. The shoulder is decorated with pendant leaves, vertically arranged, divided by a narrow black band from the body frieze which consists of, on either side, a 12-petalled horizontal palmette between two sideways 14-petalled palmettes central. Lines of dots emerge from either side of the middle leaf on each palmette. Underside reserved.
56.8.4 Black inside and out except for an egg-and-dot band framed by two black lines at the front of the base of the neck, the figural design, and the reserved underside. Body: A satyr seated between two similar palmettes (the left one larger; each is comprised of a flower in the middle of two volutes framed by a short half-heart-shaped pattern on either side). The satyr is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a rocky mass that is spotted (perhaps it is covered with an animal skin). He looks profile to the left and he wears a taenia or band on his head, as well as a long, beaded necklace over his left shoulder and across his chest. He holds a phiale (its rim is marked with yellowish dots) in his left hand and a fillet in his right hand. The fillet is purple. The taenia, necklace, and rim of the phiale are coloured white with yellow wash. On the back a drip of (probably accidental) white paint.
56.8.5 Black pointed knob with moulded purple ridge at base, in centre of lid. Three black bands, tongues alternating black and purple, three bands, broad black band with superimposed purple line on each edge, three black lines and then a ridge. The rim is lower after ridge and has a chain of interlaced black lotus buds with dots between each one. Underside is reserved with a rim for top to sit in lid. Centre is concave with a hole in the middle below knob handle.
56.8.7 Interior glazed. On top, curved surface, are tongues which alternate black and white, the black ones also framed by black lines. The underside of the rim is black fired reddish brown. Thick stem and wide, with a plastic ring to the joint with the base. Flat base, curving upwards. Resting surface and concave base both reserved.
56.8.8 On the exterior of the rim, S pattern. A fight of three warriors between onlookers; on the left, an onlooker between two runners, on the right, a runner between two onlookers and at the back a floral motif (lotus-palmette cross?): Two semi-spherical palmettes chained in the middle by circular bands, dotted in the centre, and held on a columnar motif with similar (only more conical) palmettes as endings (top and bottom) by black strips. Many of the figures appear to be holding spears (in the case of warriors) or have in front of them the same attribute (long, thin, vertical or diagonal lines). There are variations in the rendering of armour, hairstyles and drapery, mostly executed by incisions. The scene is framed by bands, top and bottom. Above the top band is a reserved circle, a thin, red, circular band and then the vessel is black up to the base where there is another red circular band. The interior of the footring is black. The broad, reserved base has a black circle inside a black band in the centre. Additionally, there are six dots (four are bigger) placed randomly on the reserved area of the bottom. Interior: The surface is black from the rim to the tondo, except for two, red, concentric bands approximately 1 cm within the carination, and a similar red band framing the tondo. Inside the tondo is a representaion of a cock in profile to the right with a flower-bud emerging in the background. Red paint: tail, wings. Moreover, incised over the red ring surrounding the tondo there is a mercantile graffito (?). The handles are black but reserved within. The underside of the foot decorated with black dot at the centre, surrounded by black band and 6 black dots around it, uncanonically placed
57.3.4 Decorated with white slip reddish-brown paint. Row of dots between narrow and broad horizontal band. Most of the fragment is taken up with three radiating lines, crossed with small bars. Below this is a broad curved line. The underside is reserved and the clay is ribbed.
58.2.4 The lip of the jug is decorated with black lines compartmentalising the area; within every other compartment there is a design of lines of black dots. This design is carried on part way into the interior of the vase and onto the spur. The underneath of the rim is delineated with a black line. The neck is decorated with three compartments of decoration of unequal size. The compartments are divided by two black lines which enclose crosses surrounded by diamonds. Within two of the compartments there is decoration consisting of lines of vertical dots hemmed in by horizontal lines on either side; underneath are crosses with dots in each section and above is a mixture of crosshatching, lines and dots. The third section is undecorated apart from six groups of three diagonal lines, which form a vertical stripe of decoration under the handle. The body has decoration of long and short double lines containing cross-hatching reaching for the base (within the gaps there is a cross with dots in each section), below two such lines enclosing a string of continuous horizontal diamonds. The base is decorated on both faces with lines and circles. The handle is also decorated with black lines.
58.2.5 Incised decoration on the spout and handle consisting of sets of lines. The shoulder is decorated with a set of dots within two incised lines. Red slip
59.6.1 Glazed black on interior, except for a reserved concentric band in the middle of the bowl. Exterior: Black-glazed rim, exterior of handles, lowest part of body, stem, and upper part of foot. The lower part of the body is decorated with a floral frieze, consisting of (on either side) three palmettes. On side A, and the right palmette on side B, each palmette is dotted on either side of the central petal. The right-most palmette on side A has a vertical band (drip?) to its right. The left-most palmette on side B has a vertical worm on either side of it. Under each handle is an upright ivy leaf. Below this frieze are two narrow black bands.
60.1.4A-B The rim is painted black. On receptacle laurel spray / leftward chevrons, beneath it broad streaky black band not reaching as far as foot and running up into laurel fringe where the brush in taken off. Ring foot and underside reserved. Edge of lid decorated with evenly spaced black dots. It is framed with 2 black bands. The zone towards the knob is decorated with eggs. Black band defines the zone and the transition to the knob, whose neck is reserved. The upper surface of the knob is black.
60.8.2 Decoration in panel, shoulder: Two black lotus flowers (fired red) with white sepals alternating with buds (purple). Body: mantled woman in profile standing to right holding wreath between two mantled male figures. Black dots decorate part of their garments. The rest of the body is very patchy and is both red and black. Base is reserved.
61.6.1.6 Small rough bowl with spout and three feet at base (but it is unable to support itself). Pinkish-buff fabric, unpainted. Dark red spot on interior.
61.6.1.9 Yellowish buff clay, painted brownish-black throughout, except for a reserved base. There is a white band just below the lip.
61.6.3 Glazed black on the interior, except at the bottom of the bowl. Exterior glazed black (dipped) on the rim, handles, except near attachment (but a small line emerges to the front of the bowl, from either handle). The floral frieze consists of: palmette, upright, flanked by curling tendrils from which hang smaller palmettes (side A), a simple enclosed palmette (under missing handle); two upright palmettes with curling tendrils, although the palmette on the right has two curling tendrils at the left and none at the right (side B); simple palmette under handle. Beneath the floral frieze is a thin black band above a band of black dots. Black glaze also on the lower part of the body, stem, and top of foot, and interior surface of the foot (with extra paint spilling over onto the resting surface and the underside).
61.6.5 Lid reserved except for beveled interior of knob top, exterior surface of knob and stem, top of lid, where knob is attached, which is encircled by a black line, then a floral band, comprised of alternating 3 11-petal palmettes with 3 5-petal palmettes (or lotuses), then a black band on the vertical surface of the rim. One-handler glazed on the interior, handle, zone between handle attachments, lower part of body (below handle attachment, and ring foot except for reserved resting surface. The upper part of the body is also decorated with vertically arranged zigzags, while the underside is decorated with a 'bull's eye', that is, a central black dot, surrounded by a small black ring.
62.5.1 Decoration is dark (brownish-black fading to red) on a light ground. The interior is decorated with bands around the rim and in the bowl (with an ill-made join). The exterior is decorated with a band around the rim, brown fading to red on the exterior of the handle, and another band where the cup tapers to the base, beneath which six narrow bands in dilute glaze are evenly spaced to the foot, the exterior of which is red.
64.7.1 Black band on the interior of the rim, underneath of which a red line. On the interior, bust of a female figure drawn in outline and shown in profile to the left. She has a freckled face (six spots rather than the usual three found on faces in the Sam Wide Group). Her hair is bound up with a spotted kekryphylon (scarf) tied over her forehead. She wears a pine-cone shaped earring and a beaded necklace. Her drapery is clumsily rendered: a himation decorated with a banded (tongues?) border (shown on her left shoulder) over a thin dark chiton (shown on her right shoulder). She holds a thymiaterion (incense burner) out of which streams some smoke (six strands in diluted glaze). The remaining handle is dipped black on the side. On the exterior of the rim, a frieze of black tongues below the rim, with a thin line below. The foot is reserved, except for the interior of the sloping ring.
65.6.1 The mouth (exterior and interior), larger upper part of the neck and the handle are black (uneven and at most areas reddish brown) apart from the upper surface of the rim, which is red. There is a grey line on the neck and the surface of the shoulder bears decoration of voluted palmettes with narrow divisions and tendrils, widely spread to fill the space. The upper part of the body bears a meander pattern between two pairs of brown lines (above and below). Every fourth meander the pattern is interrupted by a saltive cross with a dot on each one of the triangular surfaces around it. The meander pattern continues as far as the scene below it is depicted. Main scene: A young man, wearing underwear? is seated on his himation, at the left side of a two-stepped tomb or pedimental funerary monument (grave-stele). At the right of the scene, a woman wearing a black and red peplos is bringing offerings. There is a brown line below them and the rest of the vessel is black, with the exception of two exteremely thin lines that are reserved at the joining point of the foot to the body and the side surface of the foot that is red, although the slip has not been evenly applied on the whole of the surface. Lastly, the resting surface is reserved.
65.6.2 Head and shoulders of a Neolithic deity. Square head and oblong arms. The top part has three holes bored through down either side and two partly bored holes near the top representing eyes and three partly bored holes representing the mouth in a horizontal line above 'neck'. Single partially bored hole on neck and one just above the break. Bored hole at the end of each arm. The other side is flatter than the side with the visible holes. Very smooth and highly polished object, creamy-yellow colour with naturally formed pattern.
67.7.3 Long aulos (probably the right half of a double aulos, a wind instrument played through [missing] reeds) which appears to have an inner surface of wood (?) with a bronze sheath and silver mounting (in four sections). Mouth is silver and has two grooves towards rim. Neck has small hole below mouth and no silver. Bulbous section to neck with bronze section between two silver sections below. Four holes down the length of the body, one apart from the lower three with a fifth on the reverse side in the gap. The hole of the reverse has a small thumb plate around it. Bronze section below which may have originally been silver, with a grooved silver section flaring slightly to end. Hollow inside.
68.12.2 Decorated with streaky black glaze, which becomes dark red in placces. Knob black glazed on exterior of two recesses, side, and underside, as well as stem and inner part of domed top. Beyond this a frieze of 9-leaf palmettes alternating with water birds, profile to the left, with intervening spots between palmettes and swan. This frieze is surrounded by a band of vertical bars between two glazed bands. The underside is reserved.
68.12.3 Black glaze on the exterior of the upper element of the knob, with two rows of short vertical bars on the globular lower element. The attachment of the knob is surrounded by a thick band and a thin line, then tendrils atttaching 5 evenly spaced vegetal elements, namely a lotus bud, an 11-leaf palmette, a 5-leaf palmette, a 10-leaf palmette, and a 6-leaf palmette. This frieze is surrounded by a thick band, a row of dots, and a thicker band. The bevel and underside are completely reserved.
69.7.1 The inside of the mouth is black and the aperture is marked by a thin, black line. The lip is decorated with black tongues, with intervening white dots. There is also a zig-zag band on the vertical surface of the rim. The neck is black. The back of the handle is decorated with a voluted palmette (incised) with tongues (black and reddish) on the top. From the ankle, just below the neck, emerge alternating black and red tongues (contoured with black lines). The foot itself is entirely covered in a thonged sandal that ties at the front with a ring-shaped knot. The sandal is indicated with relief straps that are painted in reddish-brown colour. The edge of the sole (crepis) is decorated with two rows of black dots. The base is reserved.
70.3.1 Chimney mouth is black inside and out but with a reserved lip. Neck and underneath of handle reserved. Shoulder has dots, rays. Body, from top to bottom, two rows black dots, scene. Scene shows a chariot travelling right at speed. Behind the chariot figure with long garment and helmet running to left (Athena?). White added to charioteer and back side of chariot. Black to top of stepped foot, the side of which is reserved.Incision carelessly used for horses. The lower part of the body black with the excepton of three thin reserved bands under the decorated zone. Foot reserved. Underside reserved, two incised concentric circles.
70.3.3 Applied red wash except lower body, foot and base, which are reserved. Black glaze is applied to the interior in a swirl and the rim is also black. Handles and large semicircular spaces under each handle were also treated with black glaze. Both sides depict an owl flanked by olive sprays.
71.12.1 The interior and the exterior of the mouth as well as the handle glazed. On the exterior, the black is fired brown. At base of neck, ridge in place of drip-ring painted purple. Shoulder: ivy leaves on each side of central purple line(six above, seven below); on body five inverted opening lotus flowers with central petals white. Above them row of white dots. Lower half of body and exterior of the foot glazed black (turning red in places). Resting surface and the underside of the foot reserved.
71.12.2 Circular with flared edges which are fanned. There are concentric circles around the central carved dot of the vessel: A small, incised one, two larger, that seem to be in low relief and one that contours the others, incised. There is also a carved line that separates the rim from the body (exterior), which becomes double at some point. In the centre one small hole, on the surface of the bronze two incised grooves and four smaller holes positioned symetrically around the bigger hole in the centre. Inscised petal decoration around the centre hole. Four fine grooves around the centre decoration and then twelve further holes around the edge the same size as the four smaller holes. Edges fanned with large grooves.
71.6.3 Inside is streaky black showing red through. Handles and outside are also black. Side A: A woman standing with her back to a chair, holding out a fillet in her right hand. Side B: A youth in himation holding two spears (?) of which heads are not visible, being too tall for space avaliable. The detail on both figures is picked out in black paint. Two ruddled bands run around base of pot below figures. Foot is black on top and side and inside foot ring; resting surface and underside reserved. Base is ruddled and has three black bands and a central black dot.
73.10.1 The top of the knob is covered with brown paint, apart from the central part.The knob is decorated with three parallel brown bands ; reserved at join with lid; 9 rays radiating from the edge of the knob.Two thin concentric brown lines, red-brownish bands framing a band of double dots. Black line at the edge of the lid fired brown. The edge of the rim is painted black, fired to brown. The underside is reserved.
73.6.1 Fragment appears to be showing two characters, though only their legs and part of the robes they are wearing are visible; it could be part of a story being told. Beneath the feet of the characters are two circular lines which, probably part of a pattern. On the left side of the fragment are several lines with dots around the outside of them which could be a visual representation of grape vines. Around both the vines and next to one of the characters are several larger black dots that could be larger fruits. The right side of the fragment appears to portray another pattern consisting of several wavy lines, though this one is harder to fully make out than the others.
73.6.3 Black figure painting consisting mainly of two large straight lights, one at the bottom, and the other in the middle. There are several patterns on the upper part, though it is challenging to fully make out what they are, though it is likely they are forming part of a story portrayed across the rest of the pot.
73.6.4 On the outside surface is a figure zone, on the left edge of which appears to be the edge of a square. To the right of this is the lower half of what appears to be a swastika and below, a dot rosette. A vertical palmette is figured in the middle of the surface, to the right of which is the tail end of a bird, the head and neck missing. Below all of this, is a curved black line, and then the edge of what could be a circle. The inside is covered in black gloss.
73.6.5 Decoration is minimal, though on one side it is shaded in gray, and on the other is more its natural colour, with the top part of it having the gray shade.
73.9.2 Handle, three quaters black glaze, situated above ivy leaf standing on tendrils and tips of two leaves of palmette on right. There is a thick black band around the rim and two thinner black bands beneath the ivy leaf.
73.9.23 Fragment with both red and black on it. On the surface (depending which way up you hold it!?)On the left there is the edge of a curve with two black dots inside it, to the right of this is a vertical line. To the right of this line are what could be the edge of two big petals or leaves., in the centre of the first there is a dot and a line. Underneath all of these shapes is the edge of what seems to be a big circle in a red coloured gloss. The back of the fragment is covered in a black glaze that has come out as red in patches(?)
73.9.31 Painted on patterns that are hard to make out, though likely part of a larger image when the whole item is assembled into one.
73.9.32 Plus symbol and a straight line symbol painted on outside, likely part of a larger pattern on the object it is originally from. On inside are two differing shades, one a dark grey colour, and the other a dark brown, the grey being on the outer side, and the brown on the inner.
73.9.4 Figure of a dog or goat (head missing), stands under missing handle, bordered with spots. Behind the dog's tail, we can see the edge of a palmette. The figure of the dog stands on a black band, below this, there is the edge of a black circle. Rosette and palmette decoration.
73.9.5 Rim is flat and black on top, as well as underneath and inside. Below, on ruddled surface, metopic ornament. Below, on reserved surface, meander round dotted square.
73.9.6 A small fragment with possible figure of bird (front part and head missing) and above this, a circle design with a dot in the centre. The back of the fragment is covered in black glaze.
73.9.7 The inside is black with a reserved band around the inside of the rim and again roughly half way down the inside. In the centre is the remains of a brown disk. On the outside, only part of the rim and main zone of skyphos remains, as well as one handle. The handle is mostly black, but reserved on the inside. The main zone shows: parts of three palmettes, one upright, one reversed, then another upright in black. A thick black band runs round the outside of the rim, a thin one underneath the main zone. The stem is black as is the upper ridge of rim of the foot. The lower ridge is reserved, as is the base of the foot, except for a band of red/brown about half a cm in. The inside of the foot is hollow and reserved, except for a very thin red/brown band, and a dot in the centre.
73.9.8 The rim, leading to a band on the ouside is black, as is the entire inside of the fragment. Below the band on the outside is a horizontal 'S' shape pattern with small dots above and below it. To the left of this is a big black blob, which is slightly raised to suggest a handle ? Below the 'S' shape are four parallel lines, below which is a thin brownish band, a gap, and then what looks like the edge of a black circle. The second fragment has no rim and also shows a black blob which looks like it should be the base of a second handle. The inside of the fragment is againentirely black. On the outside of this fragment, there is no 'S' shape pattern or parallel lines, but there is a brownish band, below which is the edge of what seems to be a black circle, the same as fragment 'a'.
74.7.2 Completely reserved plate. Inside at centre is a stamped design of six leaves, with vein detail, in a circle inside three grooved bands. More grooves towards sides of plate and on rim. Flat base with incised grooves on bottom.
76.6.1 Exterior of the handle and upper part of the body, the interior of the trefoil mouth and the back side of the neck are painted black. On the front side of the neck, decoration on a metope. Probably black painted horizontal bands (?). On the shoulder is a row of large black, irregular dots. Body has as chevron design and base is decorated with a cross hatch pattern all over.
77.5.1.1-17 The interior is reserved (although covered with plaster on most of the fragments), apart from the upper parts of 13, 14 and 15, that are black (unevenly applied). 1) On the left, there is part of a naked male figure (thighs to toe), facing right and next to him there is the lowest part of another similar figure facing right. Below them, there is part of a black band. 2) There is part of the right part of the previous figure (chest to toe). On the right side of the fragment, there is a figure's forearms (projected to the left, the right hand holding a round object) and part of the right knee. 3) Part of a naked male figure, leaning to the left. Details with incisions and added red. 4) Part of a lions's paws and below it part of a broad, black band. 5) A male figure's thighs and part of a bird? (executed with incisions and added red). 6) The right part of the previous bird? and the right tibia of a male figure , facing left. 7) The thighs of a male figure facing right. On the left side of the fragment there is part of a black and red motif? 8) The upper part (chest to thighs) of a naked male figure, facing right. 9) Part of a male figure's thighs, facing right. 10) The previous figures lower part of legs and part of a black band. 11) The biggest part of a bird, executed with black, added red and incisions. 12) On the left, there is the rest of the previous bird. Next there is the lower part of a lion, executed with black, addeed red and incisions. Behind the lion, there is the lower part of another male figure (chest to feet), facing left and behind him there is part of a bird. 13) The upper part of a satyr (head to thighs), facing right. His hair and beard have been rendered in added red. 14) The lower part of the satyr, chasing a maenad on the right (her right leg is only visible). The details of her drapery are in red and her tibia is white. 15) The left left of the running maenad. On the right, another satyr chasing a maenad (lower part of the figures is visible). 16) Part of a broad, black band. 17. Bit of plaster.
78.12.1 Shoulder decorated with egg pattern, three moulded rings around the edge of the discus. Moulded design of a oak ? garland on the discus. Pale buff wash. Marianne's corrections: Not an oak garland, it is a laurel victory wreath with ribbons. I don't see a wash.
78.12.11 Moulded boarder on the shoulder, two rings around the discus one of which is raised, within is a peacock displaying tail with head turned to its left, perhaps standing on a branch. Pale buff wash.
78.12.19 Shoulder is decorated with a moulded pattern of a vine, on the discus is a standing figure orientated with head towards the nozzle, holding a hydra in right hand and to the left is an amphora. Above the figures head, on the decline of the discus is a pattern of rays. Pale yellow wash.
78.12.2 Upper handle has five band incisions, lower has three, equal radiating bands along the shoulder disturbed by the nozzle and the handle. Discus is plain, slightly concave with a small central circular filling hole. Sides of nozzle incline and are slightly raised, forming a triangle of the back of the nozzle. Lower body is plain with smooth surface.
78.12.20 Discus is surrounded by three moulded rings, inside is a moulded decoration of a hare, facing right, 'nibbling' foliage. Single volutes decorate either side of the nozzle. Red wash all over.
78.12.22 Moulded ring around discus, within is a "Throx" gladiator in relief standing on base-line; helmet, shield, sword, top of greaves distinguishable. Moulded single volutes on either side of the nozzle shaft, at their termination are raised marks towards the base. A faint raised line next to the gladiator on the right. Red slip all over.
78.12.3 Moulded ring around discus, within is a moulded dolphin with a trident. Volutes very worn, contained within silhouette of discus and nozzle. Marianne's correction: 2 moulded rings around the discus.
78.12.5 Discus is surrounded by three moulded rings, within is a moulded stag, running towards the right. The nozzle is decorated with single volutes on each side that run down the bottom of the nozzle. Pale wash.
78.12.6 Two moulded rings frame the discus, within is a moulded figure of a stag running towards the right. Single volutes on each side of the nozzle. red-brown wash.
78.12.8 On shoulder is an egg and dart pattern, interrupted by the handle and the nozzle. on the discus is a moulded design perhaps of Odysseus under a ram. Red wash all over exterior.
78.7.1 Two handles on opposite sides at top. Inside black with convex centre. Around rim are incised pendants on side A and two parallel lines with row of white dots above and below on side B. Below pendants is a pair of incised lines, a row of red dots, a grape vine with pendant grapes, leaves and tendrils. At base are three uneven circular shapes above reserved band. Black band around rim of foot. Base reserved and raised. Glaze partly faded.
79.1.12 Discus is outlined with a moulded ring and has eight petals radiating from the central filling hole. Single volutes decorate each side of the nozzle. Red-orange wash.
79.1.15 Handle is the stem of the moulded bunch of grapes, extended from the grapes, to the left, are four round circles resembling fish scales; extended from them are five long, thin leaves resembling feathers. Top right of grapes is an opening; a purpose built hole.
79.1.16 Two bands of laurel leavess with berries on either shoulder between the handle and nozzle, discus decorated in raised moulded relief of a fourteen petal warped rosette. Two very small circles are placed at the body end of the nozzle, on either ridge of its top. Moulded line along the crest of the handle with two small lines either side of it at the front of the handle. The back side of the body, under the handle are three lines; the central is straight and terminates at the base with a bud either side, the other two terminate in volutes. Red wash all over.
79.1.18 Around outer edge of discus is a band of raised dots within two rings. The inner area of the discus is decorated with eight individual circles with concentric circles within each. There is a ring around the filling hole. The ring base also has two lines extending from it along the longest axis of the lamp. Pale buff wash.
79.1.6 Shoulder has a radiating decoration, discus has decoration of a krater with vine tendrils and grapes and is outlined by a moulded ring. the handle ha two lined running along it's crest. Reddy-orange wash.
80.7.1 Interior glazed black, except a reserved band around the bottom of the bowl. Lip, lugs and exterior of handles also glazed black. Exterior: a band of lotus leaves on the rim, and a figural frieze on the body, with black bands above and below it; another black band just above the foot; the exterior and interior sides of the foot ring are black, while the resting surface is reserved; the underside is reserved, except for a black dot with black and red circles (one each) around it. The figural frieze shows: two confronting sirens, in profile, on either side of an inverse lotus bud; a water bird, profile to the left, turning its head profile to the right, back over its bod; two confronting panthers, both turning their heads to the front, on either side of an inverse lotus bud; another water bird, similar to the first except its beak touches its back. A 6-pointed star decorates the field beneath each creature.
83.9.14 the surface is decorated with a layer of black and opaque paint, in the middle of the dish there is a small hollow
83.9.16.b the surface is decorated with a layer of black and opaque paint
83.9.30 One side of fragment has two patches of black, which continue off the piece. This side has a reserved patch in between the black and two small back dots. The other side is black and appears to have two small flowers on it. Also there is a third half of a flower, which continues off piece.
83.9.31 One side of fragment is glazed black with a palmette design. Flowers are situated around a small, indented circle with six tiny indented 'U' shapes inside it. The other side of the fragment is mostly rserved, with a black band at the rounded part of the piece. Near the pointed part of the fragment there is an outer black circle, followed by a smaller black inner circle. Inside the inner circle there is a black dot.
83.9.32 On one side of fragment it is mostly terracotta with a small patch of black gloss, located on the end which is squared off. In, almost, the centre of this side there is a small, black circle with a tiny, black dot in the middle. On the other side of this fragment it is glazed black with a palmette design on. The flower pattern has a circle around half of it. This circle has 'U' shapes on it and appears as if it would have continued around the pot, from which the fragment came.
83.9.33 One side of this fragment is black glazed with four flowers on it. The flowers seem to be separated off into pairs, as in between them there is a line with up-side-down 'U' shapes inside it. The other side of this fragment seems to have the remains of what would have, perhaps, been a rim. The rim has black strips on either edge and a strip of terracotta on the top. This 'rim' has more fragment on each of it's sides, which are glazed black.
83.9.34 One side of this fragment is all glazed black and has three flowers on it. It also has two rounded lines, with up-side-down 'U' shapes inside them. The other side of this fragment also has a black glaze and seems to have a rim coming out of it, which could have been part of a base of a pot.
83.9.35 One side has a single flower on it. If you are looking at the fragment with the flower at the bottom, then above that there is a band which has up-side-down 'U' shapes inside it. The other side seems to have alternate black and terracotta strips on it. One of the terracotta strips appears to be indented.
83.9.36 One side of fragment is black and has a single flower on it. The other side is plain black gloss with a strip of black missing from edge.
83.9.5 Flat, black, open bowl with moulded foot. Base of foot is reserved, with black inner ring and a tiny black dot in the middle of the inner ring. Outside the reserved area is a thick black ring outlining base of foot. Above the black ring there is a thin red line around the bottom of the body.
83.9.6 An almost round, single fragment of a foot to a pot. Base of foot is reserved, with a black indented inner ring; inside this are three more reserved rings, surrounded by thin black circles. In the middle of the rings is a tiny black dot. There is a thick black band all the way round the sides of the foot. The side of this fragment which would have been the inside of the pot, is black and details four flowers grouped together.
84.8.1 30 fragments, largely side B, small part of side A, handle and rim fragments. Side B three youths. a) The top surface of the rim is black and so is the interior, apart from a reserved area at the end of the rim that bears a thin, black line. The neck is decorated with a vague representation of a brach with laurel leaves. The joining point of neck and body that is preserved bears part of a black, thick line. b) The interior and top surface of the rim is black, with the exception of a reserved band on the end of the rim (interior) that bears a thin, black line. c) The handle is black, except for the surface that would not have been visible if it was attached on the vessel, which is reserved (but glazed). Around the spring of the handle there is a motif between two thin lines that resembles the ionic cyma (egg-and-dot). The rest of the vessel is black, both on the outside and the inside. d) The handle is black, apart from the surface that would not have been visible, where there are two dots. Around the spring of the handle there is part of the ionic-cyma motif. e) There is part of the ionic cyma motif that the handle bears around its spring and the rest of the surface is black (interior and exterior), apart from part of a small chess-shaped motif, framed by a line above and two below. f) It is black apart from an area that bears a small part of the motif that contours the springs of the handles, a small, diagonal, reserved band (exterior) and a reserved band (interior). g) The surface is black (interior and exterior) except for three thin lines that are reserved. h) The interior is black. Exterior: Above a double-meander pattern, placed on a reserved band and between two lines, there are two heraldic lion paws, even though the details have fadded away. i) The interior is black. Exterior: The lower part of the drapery and the foot of a figure, surrounded by black colour. j) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of a vertical, reserved thin band is standing on a broad, reserved band that bears between two black lines part of a pattern that consists of a meander and a cross on its right. The cross is contoured by a reserved area (around its sides), while its is executed on a black background. k) The interior bears a thin, reserved band. Exterior: The back part of a male figure's head and shoulder, as well as part of the drapery. l) Black interior. Exterior: The male figure's shoulder and part of his draped body. On his right there is the outer part of the motif that contours the springs of the handles. m) Part of the male figure's leg, knee and tibia, which is projected, as if he is ready to take a step. On the left top side there is part of a vertical, thin, reserved band (upper part of a walking-stick). n) Black interior. Exterior: The lowest part of the figure's drapery and a vague representation of his feet ? He appears to be standing on a pattern that consists of a chess-like motif close to two, double-meander ones, framed by two lines above and one below. o) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of the figure's walking-stick that seems to stand on the double-meander pattern. On the left of the walking-stick, there is part of the back side of another draped figure (male), with the same careless rendering of the feet. p) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the walking-stick and drapery of the second figure. q) Black interior. Exterior: Small part of the second figure's drapery. r) Black interior. Exterior: Small part of the second figure's drapery. s) Small part of the second figure's drapery. t) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the lower termination of the second figure's drapery as well as his right foot? On the left, part of his walking-stick. He seems to be standing on part of the double-meander pattern. u) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the pattern that consists of the chess-like motif, next to part of a double-meander one, on top of which there is the lowest part of a figure's foot? (clumsily rendered). v) Black interior. Exterior: The lower part of the drapery and right foot of another similar figure that satnds on the double-meander pattern. w) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. x) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. y) Black interior. Exterior: Part of the figure's drapery. z) Black interior. Exterior: Part of a male figure's arm and hand. aa, ab and ac) Part of the rim and neck. The exterior bears a broad black band and the interior bears a reserved area between two black bands. ad) There is a reserved line on the interior, while the exterior is black, apart from a reserved spot of unclear shape and another, similar one that bears a thin, black line.
84.8.2 Amphora stamp. Stamp is rectangular and letters are in relief and takes up most of the handle. There is a small hole in the break of the handle.
84.8.4 Amphora stamp. Round circular stamp, with words around the outside of the circle and a picture or symbol which is difficult to make out in the centre. Stamp is on lower part of handle. There is a small hole on the break of the handle.
85.3.1 All around the neck (except where the handles would have been attached) is a band of chained together, inverted teardrop shapes and dots within two black lines. Main decoration on body consists of two bordered figural scenes; Side A: Dionysus on donkey led by boy; Side B: Hephaistos (Dionysos, according to Mannack) on donkey led by boy. Both scenes are bordered by two lines of vertical dots between three vertical black lines at the sides, and a series of alternating thick and thin vertical black lines above. At the bottom of the body is a band of upward pointing rays.
E.2003.9.1 The jar has a small but quite pronounced neck leading to an ovoid body that descends to the pointed base. One part of the body is flattened.
E.23.17 Face comprises top third of piece, angular. Detail on face uses black pigment (beard. eyebrows and what may be hair). Face and clothing in light coloured pigment, green is used around the eyes, the upper body decoration consists of a large red band, a smaller black band of dashes, a blank band, a light blue band, another black dash band, a thick black band, another dash band, another thick red band, another dash band, another blank band, another thin dash band, and finally a thick band made of black tear shaped vertical stripes. There is also some black pigment on what appears to have represented the shoulders.
E.23.18 Head only (more rounded than E23.17 and heavier) and part of the headdress. Brown pigment on face, black and white pigment for eyes. It is unclwear what kind of decoration there was on the headdress, however both the carved and painted facial features are very distinct.
E.23.2 Funerary stele with vulture wings surrounding the solar disk, common during the time period. Below the wings is the text of the stele, surviving intact. Two men are depicted adoring the god Re-Horakhty, whose presence is indicated not only by the uraeus and sun disk but also his name inscribed in the text. It has been suggested that the dress of the figures indicates that they are Nubians; this is confirmed by the oddity of their personal names. The sky is depicted above the winged disk, each end being supported by the symbol of the west (on the left, only the top of the feather survives) and the east (on the right, more or less complete). A signature, possibly belonging to Flinders Petrie has been found above the head of the right hand figure. There is only one viable interpretation possible, when one combines the depictions with the details found within the text. The stele depicts the man Serep and his son Tkr-Irt-Hrw, not as has been assumed Serep with his Ka. A personal Ka has no need of the title m33 khrw, which is a title of the deceased, thus two deceased are depicted. There is no question that Serep is a man as he is depicted in male dress and has the male symbol after his name. There is enough evidence to show that the stele was once painted. Red pigment on the sun disk of the god is the most apparent, though a similar (if not the same) is found in several of the hieroglyphics and on the deceased as well as faint traces on the column to the right. A yellow stain remains in the first two columns, which could be remains of the paint used to fill in the columns. The combination of colours matches well with the red pigment found in the glyphs.
E.23.3 Model of Nile boat, with six rowers with six oars and a steersman standing and steering with paddle. Another figure standing in front of steersman, by mast, and a final figure sitting behind the rowers. Figures are painted with brown pigment for skin, black pigment for hair. There is a faint red pigment on the 'deck', going from top to bottom and then several horizontal lines. It is unlikely that all of the figures are originally from this boat. The number 886 (988) is visable on the boat, which likely the tomb number.
E.23.32 Jar perhaps coloured with a white wash. There is a purplish-brown band in the shape of a 2 x 2 grid around the shoulder and also in two bands around the neck. There are marks in this pigment elsewhere on the body, particularly around one of the handles. There are also concentric incisions, perhaps wheel marks.
E.23.35 Small red jar with a large lip and thus a small mouth. The shoulder is the widest part of the body and descends to the flat base with a constant gradient. There is no discernable decoration.
E.23.40.1-4 One is a complete ring with an oblong panel on the top / front. The second piece is half a ring with what appears to be a crocodile (?) moulded on to the front. The third piece presumably was the top of the ring and is an oblong panel with incisions. All three are blue and glazed.
E.23.43.2 Cylindrical bead, light blue glaze, the bead is thickest at one end and tapers to it's thinnest at the other end.
E.23.43.3 Cylindrical bead, blue glaze. The bead is shaped somewhat like a bone in that the ends are bulbous either side of a thinner middle.
E.23.43.9 Flat, circular bead, light blue in colour. The hole for threading is slightly off centre.
E.23.44 Glazed blue amulet in the shape of a head wearing a crown. The head is vaguely reminiscent of that of the dwarf god Bes. The top of the crown has been threaded for a string for wearing. The eyebrows are large triangles, above the sacred eyes which are joined. The nose is snout-like in between two puffed out cheeks. The mouth is thin lipped and small verticle lines indicate a beard.
E.23.49.3 Tapering to a point at both ends, not serrated. Light brown in colour, flat underside with '843' written here, word 'Knife is written on the other side,
E.23.51 A long flat beadm the top in rounded, the underside is flat and the edges appear to have been bluntly serrated. Turquoise in colour.
E.23.53 Originally green in colour although little remains. The shabti is decorated in black pigment the details being a hieroglyph inscription up/down the legs, a crook, a basket (both denoting work and being'held' by the figure) and some kind of head decoration.
E.23.54 Green shabti, arms folded, shoulders are indicated by the drawing of the figure 'A' on either side of the upper body, there is an inscription in hieroglyphs. The figure is carrying a sack indicating that it is a worker, this is painted on the back of the right shoulder in black.
E.23.60 The beads are varying in colour but the prominant colour is green. The string the beads are on is actually too long for the beads so it likely not the original string suggesting that these beads were probably not all worn together.
E.23.9 Wide mouth with pronounced lip, slightly rounded shoulders, very flat base. Small wavy handles on either side (rudimentary, perhaps only for decoration). Buff coloured, except for a wavy design in a darker colour, which suggests that the material is sand-based.
E.47.1 On three quarters of the shoulder a wreath surrounding the discus, the other quarter is sections by two ridges and a small lanceolate relief points to the wick hole. Red colouring still apparent in very small amounts on the relief and a small section on the base of the nozzle.
E.62.1 Curved round on the outer surface on the rims. Colour is mainly white but has naturally occurring veins of colour. Very smooth interior surface.
E.62.10 Carved piece of open-work rail of furniture, shape represents the hes vase. Object is flat and only some small amount of white pigment remains.
E.62.11 Carved piece from open work rail of furniture, representing the hes vase. The top of the artefact has a carved peg on it while the foot has a lip carve in it, clearly these were used to attatch the artefact to a larger body, there is no pigment.
E.62.12 Blue scarab on a flat base, which has vertical lines down the top of the beetle from its throat, and patterned legs. The wings are detached, both with spanned wing decorations. Base is plain. There are 6 small holes on the points of the compass, with 2 at East and at West by the side of the scarab, and three holes on each of the wings. These are at the corners of the joining part to the body of the scarab and one at each end of the wing spans.
E.62.17 The thorax is made of parallel straight lines. There appears to be a small amount of gold pigment between the beetle and the base, there is no other discernible pigment.
E.62.18 Stone scarab, the beetle attatched to a flat base. The thorax consists of parallel straight lines, the upper body is flat, and the 'head' consists of parallelagram like shape a ceratted edge to represent the mouth.
E.62.19 The top of the held piece has six carved bands around the top. Wood is darker on one side than the other.
E.62.2 Sculptor's trial piece. White limestone, the sculptor is trying different ways of drawing hair. The bottom of the fragmet has a human head with one way of drawing hair, one braid at the from with several straight lines representing the rest of the hair alon with a band accross the top of the hair. Other methods include small squares, undulating lines and straight parrallel lines made up of small chips into the surphace.
E.62.24 Coarse red fabric. Flat base, widening to shoulders and pronounced, flat rim. Around the middle of the body there is a circular black mark inside of a diamond shaped mark.
E.62.27 Coptic cross in bronze, probably early Christian usage. The cross consists of 4 inverted triangles pointing to a similar centre. The top point, two side points and the centre appear to once have had gemstones stuck to them, since there are remnants of the solder that held them on. On top of the cross is circular clasp to enable wearing.
E.62.28 Tall red jar tapering to a narrow, flat base. Around the top there is a band of black pigment (th. ca. 3.0-4.0), above a band of yellow pigment (max. th. 4.0). Treated on the interior with haematite (iron oxide) and burnished.
E.62.31 Large red vase. Rounded body with rounded base; no neck, narrow lip and flat rim. Large lugs, on either side, are perforated to take thread. There are splashes of red all over the pot, it is unclear if this is part of the original decoration or somehow added later, since the splashes have no discernable pattern.
E.62.37 Wide mouth, no neck tapering to a very slightly flat base. Very shallow rivets form concentric around the bowl, almost as if the potter has lightly brushed around the pot with his fingers during its creation. The surface is course and it is dark red in colour.
E.62.4 A small limestone tablet with the image of a monkey holding its young. It is square in shape although this appears to because the adult monkey's head has been removed. There is a hole in the centre at the top of the artefact presumably so it could be hung up. The adult monkey is bending it's knees to reduce its height which also gives the idea of closeness between the two creatures. The underside of the artefact has the same image only in reverse and with less detail. There is red pigment remaining on both sides around the feet particularly.
E.62.40 Lid is white, naturally occuring wavy pattern on top and bottom. Ring is more yellow in colour than lid and with less patterning. Base is yellower than the other two pieces and with the same wave pattern as the lid on one side. Heavy object.
E.62.44 At base of shoulders and top of body are incised diagonal bars between bands. Five panels go around the body and are separated by incised chevrons between bands. Two panels show designs of leaves - possibly palm leaves. Two other panels show a collection of pictures which appear to consist of three leaves or feathers, an ear of corn perhaps and other agricultural objects (?). The fifth panel shows similar things to the last two described with the addition of a triangle with horizontal incised lines through it. None of the panels is next to a similar one. There is a flat ridge at the base. Painted to almost have a wood effect.
E.62.49 Painted with scenes and inscriptions. Vivid yellow pigment used for background. Female figure painted in red outline. Inscriptions use blue, red and green pigments. Figure is "singer of Amun". The right hand side appears to have a wooden peg going through this part of the coofin, like this was part construction of the original coffin.
E.62.5 There is a small band of carved / incised detail at the thickest end. Carving is a simple cross-hatch pattern with three carved bands above and below; the pattern extends below the bottom bands, perhaps by mistake.
E.62.52 Beetle is painted with black pigment and some brown on thorax. Wing bars are painted brown and feathers in black pigment. The underside is highly blackened.
E.62.53 One of four hawks from corners of a sarcophagus. Disk on head is missing. The minat (counterpoise) hangs at back of collar. Painted all over in dark red pigment; traces of white pigment on face and breast.
E.63.1 The relief is a human ear, with no other discernible detail. There is some red pigment remaining on the inner ear.
E.63.12 Sacred eye amulet, light blue. The eye is crowned with a rectangular piece containing two smaller sacred eyes, a lion sits on top of this.
E.63.13B Fragment preserves part of the lip and also the base of what was a shallow bowl. There is is a darker blue curved line following the angle of the bowl suggesting that there was a decoration at the bottom of the bowl. The piece comes from a spoilt lot from the lower levels of the city, which is suggested by the extra thick layer of glaze that is present on the lip.
E.63.13C 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.
E.63.15 Below the uraeus there is a small amount of blue under this, below the chin, on the neck and around the groin, where it is quite faded. The eyes still hold a gold pigment.
E.63.16 Small blue scarab on a flat base. The beetle has a line running down its thorax and little detail around the 'mouth'. The base is decorated with an ankh and two other symetrical unidentified symbols.
E.63.18 Grey pottery. It is inscribed on two sides. The inscription is dedicated to the 'Good god, lord of both lands, son of the Sun, Aahmes Memphis'.
E.63.2 Sacred eye of the god Horus, originally blue. There is a hole drilled horizontally through the middle of the piece to allow threading. The details are carved into the piece, the top is a line of slightly diagonal lines, below this is a small flat line below this the detail of the actual eye which is common to all sacred eye amulets.
E.63.26 Pointed base and no neck. A possible inscription approximately one third of the way down, although it appears to say "MOM" so is probably modern. This is backed up by the fact that there is no other decoration on the pot.
E.63.28 Red colour wash (?) is present on the on the upper body. Several concentric purple lines decorate this area. lower body is left bare.
E.63.3 Light green figurine of the dwarf god Bes, dancing in a lion's skin with a feather head-dress. There is a hole for threading on the back/base of the head-dress. Although the figure is dancing it appears quite somber.
E.63.4 Light green figurine, partner of Reading E.63.3. It is the dwarf god Bes, dancing in a lion's skin with feather head-dress. There is a hole to enable threading at base/back of the head-dress. The figure stands on a flat base.
E.63.7 Light blue figure of Sakhmet (lion-headed goddess, wife of Ptah). Behind the head is a hole for threading. The figure has the left arm folded over the stomach and is apparently wearing a skirt.
E.63.8 A miniature blue figure of the gods Isis and Horus, Horus as her child is sat on her lap. The detail is not clear and there is a hole in the crown of Isis presumably so the necklace could be strung for wearing.
E.63.9 Light green pendant. The image is the goddess of Hathor, goddess of music and dance. Here she is depicted in the form of a highly stylized cow. At the top of the pendant is a loop for threading. The pendant is flat and has the cow-head engraved in the centre with an arch of concentric lines above the head Below the head on either side are parallel vertical lines divided by one horizontal line on both sides.
E.65.16 Minute figure of a deity, identity unclear. The figure is light blue in colour although one area of dark blue pigment remains.
E.65.17 Amulet shaped like the Ibis bird. The details are unclear but it is apparent that the neck cranes down so that the head sits on the body. The hole for threading is attatched to the neck. The whole bird sits on a flat base.
E.79.2 Such an offering plate was placed in a tomb to provide food for the deceased after death. The plate is oval in shape made with clay and a red slip. Offered here are two loaves of bread, a trussed bull and a leg of beef. The cross channel on the plate allowed the water that was ritually placed in the bowl to drain away down the hole. The water was placed there to moisten the food and provide a kind of magical soup for the deceased.
L.2011.1.41 In a lowered band on the edge of the body there is a hearth in low-relief.
L.2011.1.44 In a lowered band on the shoulder there is a hearth in low-relief, with concentric grooves inside; a piece of a second hearth is on the other side of the bulge. Other decorations in low-relief on the central discus (reversed monogrammed cross?).
L.2013.10.2 Egyptian scarab, nicely carved with some details of a beetles anatomy. On the base are hieroglyphic inscriptions. There is a hole running through the centre length ways.
L.2013.10.3 Details of the scarab body is incised, but now faded. Base damaged especially in the top right hand corner. Hieroglyphic inscription damaged and illegible.
L.2013.10.5 Obv: side profile of a man wearing a helmet, facing left, to the right of the helmet is an inscription. Rev: Romulus and Remus being suckled by a she-wolf, above the she-wolf is two stars. Below Romulus and Remus are the letters TRP or THP.
L.2013.10.9 Obv: Man facing right inscription around the edge Rev: Two standing figures facing each other. Smaller figure flies between them (top) with an alter or cup between them (bottom). There is an inscription around the top, possible inscription 'CONCORDIA'.
L.2016.3.10 Exterior: Moulded face and front section of the hair. Rounded features in profile, either because of the worn surface or it was intentionally rounded mould made. The whole object is coarsely worked out.
L.2016.3.14 The dancer wears a short chiton, only fixed on the right shoulder; left breast and shoulder are bare. Those characteristics are associated with a Maenad. Her hair is tied together to a long plait.
L.2016.3.27 Obverse: ?, reverse: one person (barely discernible) is riding a horse to the right
REDMG:1926.99.50 Black band on inside of mouth; three black bands on rim; exterior off lip decorated with a series of dots; handle decorated with vertical bars on either side. Daisy petals extend from the neck (each petal is decorated with a white dot), below which are two lines, a warrior frieze, two lines, and a black band . The three warriors, lightly incised, each stand profile to the right, and are indicated by two lines (extending from the top right and bottom left) for the spears, and two more lines (extending below) for the legs; each carries a large round shield decorated with incised circles.
REDMG:1926.99.52 Daisy pattern on upper surface of rim; vertical bars on lip; crouching sphinx, profile to the left, on the body, with her feet curled down to the base, which is decorated with a 8 'pointed' star, surrounded by four 8-quadrant rosettes (five similar rosettes also in the field). Added colour (red) on the chest, wing, and underside of body. Incisions on figure and rosettes.
REDMG:1926.99.54 Mouth black interior and exterior; reserved neck; black on exterior of handle; band of black vertical bars above white band decorated black rays on shoulder, extending to carination. Body, top: white band decorated with two rows of black dots joined by a thin black zigzag (at front, only), above two black lines; figural scene (front only); white band; black band between two black lines; black to foot and on top of foot; otherwise reserved. Figural scene is of a chariot behind which stand three draped female figures (two women, standing profile to right, towards a third figure, standing profile to left. A fourth female figure sits profile to left, in front of the chariot. All four figures are draped, wreathed (with red bands), and have white faces.
REDMG:1926.99.60 Body: white with two yellow lines near the top and bottom; black on lower part of body and upper part of foot, which is reserved underside
REDMG:1935.87.1 Black glaze except for reserved band at join with foot and underside, including resting surface. At the front of the body, the shoulder is decorated with an incised ovolo grieze between two incised lines; this frieze is accentuated with white inscribing the eggs and white dots between the eggs. Beneath is another pair of incised lines between two rows of white dots. The body is decorated with a red band from which emerges, above and below, (ivy) sprays, in added white ‘gilded’ with yellow; two clusters of grapes (again white ‘gilded’ with yellow) hang from this band. Some clusters of three red dots on lower part of body.
REDMG:1935.87.11 Exterior decorated with vertical black/brown bands. Both handles are coloured brown on the outer parts, but reserved inside. The base is decorated with a black band on its exterior. On the interior of the rim is a broad black band, then a red band. The design in the tondo shows two ears of grain on either side of a red rosebud on a stem (or a lotos, according to the authors of Corinth 15.3).
REDMG:1935.87.12 The interior is decorated with two broad black bands. The lip is red and from top to bottom the pattern consists of three red bands with dots on them, a black band, two more dotted red bands, a red band, three dotted red lines, black, red, and black bands. Foot-ring black on both sides; resting surface reserved. Underside reserved with three concentric black rings and black centre.
REDMG:1935.87.13 Inside black except reserved band at rim 0.5cm wide. Red and black band around rim, beneath which is a reserved band. Thin black and red band just above handle followed by further wide reserved band approximately 1.2 cm wide. One handle reddish brown, the other black, both dipped. Lower body black with one dark red-brown patch below redddish brown handle. White deposits on joint between body and foot. Flared foot also black with reserved base and broad resting surface.
REDMG:1935.87.16 Handles painted black on the top and reserved underneath. Reserved thin line inside lip and on outer side and bottom of footring. Ring foot is black although underneath is ruddled, except for black centre and one small black ring. Streaky glaze in places.
REDMG:1935.87.17 (a) Pyxis: unpainted inside. From top to bottom, bands, tongue pattern repeated, bands (red and black of varying widths: two broad red bands within a group of four thin black lines; lower, a black band), red foot; concave base. (b) Lid: central knob with bands and bands on neck. Shoulder pattern is tongues with alternating red and black coloured centres. Bands on edge of lid.
REDMG:1935.87.19 Traces of four (?) bands on mouth and three lines on handle. Tongues on shoulder with two bands below. Main design (starting from below handle going left to right) a human (?) figure on a horse facing right, a lion biting the foot of a warrior who is defending himself with shield, a large creature (possibly a panther), and a man. These pictures are all incised. Dots and rosettes incised with asterisks in field. Five bands around base.
REDMG:1935.87.2 Inside of mouth and exterior of rim black, while lip is reserved. Body is mostly reserved. Handles are black on the outside, and reserved on the insides. Below the handles are three thin black bands. The top of the foot and a thick band above it are black, but resting surface and base are reserved.
REDMG:1935.87.22 Tongues emerging from mouth between two bands. Dots around the rim and tongues again on shoulder. Zigzag with two dots on handles. Main design is five warrior figures facing left, carrying large shields. Each shield is bisected with incised vertical parallel lines and coloured one half red and the other half yellow. The outer ring of the shield is brown, and the helmets which the warriors appear to be wearing are yellow. The base has two bands around tongues with two bands the other side.
REDMG:1935.87.23 Handles all black. Mouth has wide rim, inside is all black but streaky. Reserved band under rim. Design is similar both sides and shows a woman's head facing left with ornate head dress and jewellry on in white and yellow added paint. Under handles on body is a red block between white lines with dots down originally. Stem is long and has a moulded band around centre. Foot has three steps all black (faded to red). Base is also stepped inside but reserved.
REDMG:1935.87.24 There is a reserved ridge on top of the foot, while the side of the foot is also reserved and rounded. The surface underneath is ruddled with broad black band just within a resting surface. Lastly, a steep, narrow cone is formated inside the stem. The ellipsoid body is supported by a slim stem, which ends in a disk-shaped base, with concentric, incised circles.
REDMG:1935.87.27 Two handles, partially painted black. Inside is a red rim, then black with two red bands superimposed. Outside (from top to bottom) are two thin bands, three rows of uneven dots, middle row red, three bands, two rows of small dots, three bands, broad area left clear, three bands around foot, foot red. Highly ornate base with dots, red band (repeated) and in centre is a cross with four dots around it. The base has moulded ridges for added decoration.
REDMG:1935.87.28 Inside black, reserved line at lip. Two kylix handles, black on the top and reserved underrneath. Main picture is in handle zone and is similar on both sides. Shows Dionysos seated, flanked by palmettes with vines running either side of him. Detail picked out in red and white. Foot rind reserved outside, black inside. Base reserved with central dot, small ring in dripped glaze, thick black ring and near circumference also fire circles in thinned glaze.
REDMG:1935.87.29 Heavy fabric. Black all over except underside which is reserved and ruddled. Two handles, one either side are black all over. Stamped inside with four palmettes set crosswise, standing up in relief with an impressed frame.
REDMG:1935.87.3 Black inside, outside and rim. Handle is black all over as is top half of neck. Lower half of neck has an umbrella pattern with 12 tongues on top. Large palmette with tendrils under handle on body and tendrils either side of scene. Scene is a woman standing, facing right, holding mirror in right hand and a box in left looking at seated Eros who is holding a mirror in his right hand. Added yellow over white, and white on Eros's wings, mirrors, box and headresses. Traces of miltos. Reserved band beneath scene. Black foot but reserved resting surface and base. (Modern) red cross drawn on base.
REDMG:1935.87.30 Reserved interior. Pattern consists of three red bands on an almost white ground. Remainder of pyxis is reserved, as is the base, which is flat.
REDMG:1935.87.32 There is a broad, black band at the interior of the rim. On the top of the rim there are black tongues, apart from the surface of the handles, decorated with palmettes. Waves are used to decorate the edge of the rim, while the handles bear small palmettes on their sides and the rest is painted black, as is the body between. Both neck panels have ivy and dots joined by vine. Both sides of the body show a female head, facing left and wearing a decorated cap with a spiked stephane over it. There is a small window (rectangular motif with black vertical line), top right on both sides. Side A, however, has a strigil with wavy endings above the head, top left. Side B has a knot of hair emerging through the apex of the cap. On both sides there are volute-shaped motives at the end of the cap and below the woman's chin. Side A: The woman wears a black earing (a circle and hanging dots) and a neclace of black beads. A hair with a heart-shaped ending falls vertically over her neck. On the other hand, the woman on side B wears a similar but yellow earing and a neclace made of yellow beads. Both women are framed by two vertical red bands, decorated with two similar motives of a vertical row of dots between thin lines. These columnar patterns seem to support a horizontal red band over the head, ornated with tongues between thin lines (one above and two below). However, the surface under the heads is not identical for both sides. Side A has a red band with dots between lines and side B has two parallel lines and the wave pattern. Both the scenes are partly ruddled and added yellow is used to render the details. Miltos apparently was applied last.The lower half of foot is ruddled.
REDMG:1935.87.33 Rim has terracotta concentric circle around the centre, leading to with a continous olive leaf pattern underneath. A: Satyr in diadem and shoes, carrying flaming torch and situle, follows woman carrying barrel of grapes and ornamented box (cista). Goats skull and rosettes in field. B: two youths with sticks in conversation. Three rosettes can be found on either side of the youth. Palmette design can be found under each handle and a dash pattern circles around every handle. Yellow and white colour can be found added to the pieces especially the picture of the satyr. Underneath each figure is a continous wave pattern which continues around the base of the krater.
REDMG:1935.87.34 Inside is reserved except for inside of mouth. Top of mouth is red with black wave. Black palmettes on top of handles protrusions. Handles are made of two bars with large square at top. Black between handles and all down body. Side A has an arrow pattern on rim, ivy leaf and dot rosette pattern on lower half of neck, black tongues, warrior in the centre leading two prisoners. Warrior has shield helmet. Rosettes and fillet in field. Double row of dots either side and wave pattern underneath. Side B has an 'SSS' pattern with dots on rim, lower half of neck has ivy leaves with dot rosettes, black band, black tongues, scene of three youths in conversation with crossed circles in field, double row of dots either side and 'SSS' pattern with dots at bottom. Black body, reserved stem, black foot with reserved groove, resevred band at base. Reserved conical base.
REDMG:1935.87.4 Mouth is black just inside rim but interior walls are reserved. The handle is black all over as is back of neck and back of body. On neck at the front is a wave pattern which forms the horizontal part of a reserved outline to the picture. Within this box is a woman with flowing robes, facing to the right holding a wreath in her right hand and a plate / tray in her left. Tendril pattern to her right at bottom of picture and a rosette in the field. Added white to bracelets, head dress and rosette. Foot was originally black outside with reserved resting surface and flat base.
REDMG:1935.87.7 Mouth is blacked just inside rim, leaving interior walls reserved. Handle, back of neck, and back of body are all black. Wave pattern on neck forms upper part of a reserved frame around a figural scene. This scene depicts a horned youth, running to right but facing profile to left, with cloak over his left arm, carrying a tray in his right hand. Tendrils each side of him emerge from the base and four rosettes and one fillet are in the field. Added white and yellow on horns, rosettes, tray and head dress. Foot is black on outside and the base is reserved.
REDMG:1935.87.8 Inside is black with no reserved sections. Outside is black with a groove just below rim and another two at top of stem. Foot is flat and black on the top but reserved on the side. Black band around very bottom of side of foot. The resting surface is reserved and the inner foot ring is black. Small reserved circle raised up inside foot with a black band and a small black central dot.
REDMG:1947.13.1 Black mouth inside and out, otherwise reserved inside. Below the rim, on the lip, is a white laurel wreath, to right. On neck, between black handles, a 9-leaf palmette, with a black dot for heart and black dot on either side of central petal; black ridge between two black lines; frieze of vertical bars beneath each handle; beneath each handle a large palmette above a pair of volutes, from which emerge vegetal ornament. A: Attenuated ovolo frieze between two black lines; white ribbing (painted); two reserved bands; floral frieze with white head, to left, at centre, emerging from a calyx from which emerge also tendrils, berries, volutes, and blossoms; reserved frieze; scene. B: Continuous maeander to right, between two pairs of lines; black ribbing (painted) between two black lines; flanked by vegetal ornament, from which emerges quarter palmettes and volutes, a female head, profile to left, wearing white stephane, and white sakkos, from which emerges curly black hair, at front and black; white drop earring on an inverted triangle. Below the body zone, around the entire vase, is a decorative band consisting of dotted cross squares (1) alternating with stopt maeanders to left (3) between two reserved bands; black below. Scene, A: A woman, standing in 3/4-view to the right, with head profile to right, hair emerging from the back, a sleeveless, belted chiton, a himation draped over her left arm, a pair of white slippers, holds a palmette fan, with white detail, in her upraised left hand, and a branch (similar to a thyrsos) in her left hand, at a diagonal. She also wears a white stephane and a sakkos with black and white detail, from the back of which emerges a tuft of hair, a white beaded necklace between two thin chains (rendered by black lines), and white snake bracelets on each arm. She faces a naiskos enclosure, decorated in gilded white, with thin Corinthian columns and a black pediment, on a podium decorated with a simple continuous maeander to right, between a two pairs of white lines. Enclosed within the naiskos is a warrior, rendered in white with yellow details, seated in 3/4-view to the left, on a himation, with his legs crossed, and his left elbow resting on the back of his seat. He holds a crested helmet in 3/4-view to the right, at which he stares, and a diagonal spear in his left hand. On the ground below him is a small shield. To the right is a nude youth, standing in a reclining pose, 3/4-view to the left, wearing a white fillet in his hair, and white slippers. He holds a himation, bundled up around his left arm, and an opened box as well as a dotted, fringed sash, in his right hand. A thin rectangular element, perhaps a dagger, emerges from the opened box. A (heart shaped) ivy leaf hangs in the field above him. White dotted lines indicate the groundline between all figures. Details on the shoulder rays and, ornaments in the field, and all figural scenes are rendered in added white, sometimes 'gilded' with yellow wash.
REDMG:1950.25.1 Black interior to bottom of rim. Laurel wreath, to right, on neck, above a row of widely spaced dots. Body decorated with egg-and-dot frieze, between reserved bands, which stops short of the handle on either side; figural zone except beneath handle (palmette with floral blossom at centre, three vertical lines at heart, vegetal ornament and flowing tendrils on either side); inverted waves, to right. Exterior surface of foot is ruddled on the upper part. Reserved resting surface and underside except for black circle at centre, surrounded by broad ruddled band, and black on inner foot ring. The figural scene shows a female figure, dressed in a belted, sleeveless chiton, reclining on her front, profile to right, reaching towards a phiale held by Eros, who advances profile to left, crouched and holding a wreath in his lowered right hand and a phiale in his upraised left hand. Both wear their hair identically: spike stephanai, sakkoi, and pony tails. Behind Eros a bird, profile to the right, on a perirrhanterion (pedestal basin). Added white, ‘gilded’ with yellow, on floral and vegetal ornament, headdresses, wings, and basin.
REDMG:1951.131.1 Black rim and neck, except for a thin reserved band just above the join with the body; body decorated with three reserved bands above an egg-and-dot band and another reserved band; row of white dots at top of figural scene. Below, band comprised of stopt maeanders (3) alternating with cross-in-square (1), between two reserved bands; broad reserved band at join of body and foot; reserved band on lowest ridge of foot as well as resting surface and underside. A: A draped woman runs in 3/4-view to the right but looks back, profile the left. She holds in her lowered right hand a wreath from which a garland hangs and in her upraised left hand a box (decorated with bands, chevrons, and zigzags, as well as white dots above the box), while drapery falls over her left arm. She wears a stephane and a kekryphylon with dangling ribbons, beaded earrings and double necklace (indicated by white dots), double bracelets on each wrist, a belted, sleeveless chiton, and slippers. In the field are a fillet (upper left), a rosette with five white dotted petals and a yellow centre (upper right), and a shrub with berries (lower centre), as well as a white dotted groundline rising slightly to the right. B: Eros, holding a beaded necklace in his extended right hand, is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a flower. The leaves and buds of the same plant elaborately fill the field beneath and around him. He wears attributes that are similar to those of the woman on A: stephane, kekryphylon, earring, double beaded necklace, double bracelets, and slippers. He also wears a beaded baldric diagonally across his chest and ankle bracelets (3 on each ankle) and a baldric comprised of a row of white dots arranged diagonally across his chest, over his left shoulder. Added white is used for details of Eros' wings as well as the jewelry, box decoration, slippers, vegetation and groundlines, as well as the centre parts of the eggs on the egg-and-dot band.
REDMG:1951.133.1 The surface is treated with a metallic black glaze, applied more casually (streaky) on the lower part of the body; reserved band just above foot and reserved (matte grey) underside except for a black concentric circle. There is a single incised concentric circle in the tondo. The iridescence and matte grey areas suggest that the lower part of the vase was (inadvertently?) exposed to (too much) heat, either in the factory or afterwards.
REDMG:1951.134.1 Black interior and handle; beneath each handle a palmette, flanked by tendrils; on each side a wave band, to right, above a woman's head, profile to left, surrounded by tendrils. Banded decoration below is comprised of a reserved band just below the figural scene, a pair of red bands above the foot, a red band on the upper surface of the foot, and reserved area at the centre of the underside. The common use of red stain to effect a red (ruddled) surface on reserved areas is highlighted in this example by the almost complete loss of black glaze towards the foot, where the ruddled intervening bands strongly contrast with the buff/reserved (formerly black glazed) areas.
REDMG:1951.136.1 Upper surface of knob decorated with reserved (and reddened) band, black band on inset, cog-wheel on inset circle; lower part of knob and stem black except for a reserved (and reddened) band at the upper part of stem, and a reserved band where the stem meets the lid. The lid is decorated with two female heads, profile to left, between two palmettes. The females each wear a spiked stephane and a kekryphylon, earrings, and beaded necklace; cluster of three white dots in the field in front of each. Enclosed palmettes highlighted with white arcs at centre and white dots on either side of top leaf. Black wave around lip. Added colour (yellow on white) for details of jewelry. The underside is reserved.
REDMG:1951.137.1 Inset circle of knob decorated with a cross with chevrons in the angles. Bars on rim of knob. Black stem, reserved band at attachment to lid, which is decorated with a figural scene. Bird (partridge or pigeon) standing profile to right, towards a female head (Aphrodite), profile to left, wearing dotted spiked stephane, sakkos, and a pony tail, as well as white hoop earrings and a dotted necklace. Two dotted four-petal rosettes in field behind her. Scene flanked by two sets of tendrils from which emerge lotus buds, on either side of a palmette from the top of which emerges a lotus bud. Added colour (yellow on white) for details of bird, stephane, jewelry, and flowers. Flange on edge and underside of lid are reserved.
REDMG:1951.140.1 Upper surface of rim reserved, black ridge, and outer edge of lip decorated with a wave pattern to right; black below lip, on neck and on handles except forward handle attachments (on horizontal handles) decorated with rays; reserved patches beneath horizontal handles. Lower part of neck decorated at front with a short laurel wreath, to left, between two narrow reserved bands. Beneath the figural scene is a groundline comprised of a frieze of alternating maeanders (three) and saltire squares (one). Narrow reserved line at join with base, bottom edge of base, and underside. The figural scene is framed between a tendril, above the left handle, and a larger vegetal ornament, from which emerges a lotus bud. A Youth stands in 3/4-view to the right. He is nude, except for drapery slung over his bent right arm and held in his lowered left hand, and a white taenia on his head. He also holds a staff in his slightly upraised right hand. At centre is a bird (crane), seated in a perirhanterion (basin), supported by a fluted, tapered column, with a dotted capital, on a two-stepped base. The steps are decorated with small black spots and thin diagonal lines that suggest a marbled appearance. On the other side of the perirhanterion stands a woman, in 3/4-view to the left, with her weight on her right leg and her left leg relaxed. She wears a belted, sleeveless chiton, double bracelets on each wrist, a beaded necklace, and a spiked stephane, as well as a short pony tail. She extends her right hand to the bird and holds a box, decorated on the sides with black spots and lines, and three white spots on top, in her slightly upraised right hand. Above the bird is a rectangular frame (sometimes called a window but perhaps a votive plaque); above the box is a cogwheel. Most of the reserved areas are darkened with red wash, and the jewelry and other details in added white.
REDMG:1951.141 Black on interior except for a reserved band just below the lip. Black on exterior, except for a frieze of tongues underneath the rim on both sides, but not above handles; figural scenes on body. A: Partridge profile to the left; tendrils in lower left field; circle and tendrils in upper right field. B: Satyr head, profile to left; tendrils in lower left and right fields; quarter palmette in upper left field; single palm leaf in upper right field. Although female heads are more popular in such contexts, the large red element in place of the ear is probably a horn and indicates that this is a representation of a satyr. The decoration in the lower left field of the B side indicates the addition of a second layer of black glaze, in a manner than changes the image (from a large tendril to a small tendril below an L-shaped element.
REDMG:1951.147.1 Entirely black, except reserved on the inside of the spout and the underside including resting surface, and red figure decoration: line at middle of neck; ray band at lowest part of neck, above dots; figural scene between two sideways palmettes, enclosed, from the outside bottom of each emerges tendrils; short ray band at interior of lower handle attachment; 10-leaf palmette at exterior of lower handle attachment; flange decorated with egg-and-dot band, beneath a black line; the sides are decorated with an ivy design, effected through incision (tendrils) and added white (leaves). Reserved line band just below join of body and foot. The figural scene on the shoulder depicts seated youth seated profile to the right, facing a woman, seated profile to the right, but turning profile to the left. The youth, nude except for a hairband, sits on drapery, alongside which he hangs his left arm, and reaches a wreath, held in his left hand, towards the woman; she, wearing a crenellated stephane and a belted chiton, is seated perhaps on a cushion (comprised of dots), helds her right arm, slightly lowered, towards the wreath, and holds a box in her slightly raised left hand. A four-petal rosette is beneath her right arm.
REDMG:1951.148 Black interior, handles, neck and body except for decoration in panels (black figure in neck panels; red figure in body panels). Upper surface of rim decorated with ivy spray, with 3-dot clusters between ivy leaves; palmettes on tops of handles; ivy spray on lip, with palmettes at tops of handles; wave pattern to right on overhanging lip. Neck panels decorated with double ivy spray, on which 8-dot clusters alternate with leaves. Body panels bordered by rays (above), double rows of dots between black lines (sides), and band of stopt meander (4) alternating with dotted cross-in-square (1) (below). A: Youth wearing hairband, short-sleeved, belted chiton, and mid-calf boots, stands in 3/4-view to the right; he holds a pair of spears upright in his right hand and a wreath in his left hand, held slightly ahead of him; a chlamys is draped over his bent left arm. A warrior is seated 3/4-view to left, on a curvilinear seat (stones?). He is dressed identically to the youth, although with a plumed conical helmet. He holds a large phiale in his outstretched right hand, and his pair of spears in his upraised left hand. Behind him stands a woman in 3/4-view to the left. She wears a belted, sleeveless chiton, a kekryphylon (hair), pearl earrings, a beaded necklace, two bracelets on each wrist, and holds a fillet in her outstretched right hand and a situla in her lowered left hand. In the field above the figures are a four-petal rosette between two boucrania. B: Three draped youths in conversation, the middle one, standing profile to left, leans on a staff with his outstretched right hand; the other two youths face him. Halteres in upper left field and and bull’s-eye in upper right field. Much of the interior and side B are misfired orange.
REDMG:1951.149.1 Wide flared mouth. Black inside with two reserved bands either end of rim. Outer surface has a laurel band around rim. Handles, all black, at the base of the body extend upwards. Side A shows seated woman (skin painted white) and Eros next to her with a satyr seated and holding a thysseus and pointing on Eros' left. Tendrils above and plants in field. Side B shows a woman standing, draped, facing right, between two satyrs, one reaching to a box the other dancing with a box above him to the right. Egg and dot pattern below both scenes. Black to top of foot which has a reserved band at top and bottom of side. Base is concave and reserved.
REDMG:1951.150.1 Black except for decorative bands and figural scene on either side, and reserved band at lowest part of foot, as well as reserved underside. Neck decorated on either side with a laurel band, between two reserved bands. Beneath figural scenes are decorative bands, comprised of stopt maeanders (3) alternating with saltire squares (1). A: A female figure, juggling 8 eggs and advancing profile to right, faces a youth, advancing in 3/4-view to the right, but turning his head profile to the left. The woman, wearing a sakkos, tear-drop earring, beaded necklace, belted, sleeveless chiton, and two bracelets on each arm. The youth, nude except for a wreath around his head and a chlamys slung over his left arm, holds a large palm frond in his left hand and a phiale, at waist level, in his right hand. Above the phiale are 7 eggs (slightly smaller than those juggled by the woman). Bull’s eye (above) and tendril (below) in field between them. B: Two draped youths, face each other in conversation; between them a window (above) and a stele (below); the figure on the right supports himself on a staff that he holds in his right hand. Added white and goldish-yellow on side A, for jewelry, balls, phiale, wreath, and vegetation. The saltire square have short lines in place of dots. The right-most saltire square on A is replaced with a box of vertical lines.
REDMG:1951.152 Rim and neck covered in black glaze; circumscribed palmette frieze on shoulder, with intervening triangles above and below (where two are outlined but not filled in); main body (white ground) decorated with net pattern between narrow reddish-black lines; the upper black band is decorated with white dots. Black glazed on lower part of body and foot, except for reserved underside, including resting surface.
REDMG:1951.156.1 Mouth black inside and out, with a reserved lip; reserved neck; black on exterior of handle; band of black vertical bars above band of black rays on shoulder. Body, top: black line at top of body. Body (at front, only): three rows of black dots between four black lines; black lines above and below figural scene; below, simple maeander to right, above a black line. Body, below: two black lines, thick black band, two thinner black bands, black to foot. Figural scene depicts a goddess mounting a quadriga, profile to right. Behind the horses are a seated (?) female figure, also profile to right, and a standing male (?) figure, from whom emerge, to either side, dotted branches; in front of the horses is a lyre player, seated profile to the left. All figures are heavily draped.
REDMG:1951.157.1 Entirely black except for reserved line around edge of rim, ‘ribbed’ zone (comprised of five vertical lines in panel) at front of neck, and figural scene on the front of the body, and reserved underside at front half of lekythos (similarly the front half of the interior is reserved). Scene: double tendril, with a blossom emerging from the larger tendril; female head, profile to left; rosette in upper right field; small tendril in lower left field. The female wears her hair in a sakkos, tied at the back, from which emerges a tuft of curly hair around the ear. The reserved areas are ruddled, except on the underside. Some of the glaze beneath the handle has fired red.
REDMG:1951.159.1 On neck, between black handles, an enclosed palmette (11 petals on A and 9 petals on B; with two concentric arcs for heart on A, black dot for heart on B), black dot on either side of central petal, and black dot in the upper corners; black ridge below black line; frieze of vertical bars below each handle attachment; beneath each handle two superimposed palmettes, with a pair of volutes between, from which emerge tendrils, sprouting quarter palmettes. A: egg-and-dot frieze, between two black lines; white ribbing (painted); two reserved bands; floral frieze on shoulder (four volutes from which emerge flowers, tendrils and secondary volutes) emerging from the lower right; two reserved bands; scene. B: Continuous maeander to right, between two black lines; black ribbing (painted) between two pairs of black lines; a female head, profile to left, wearing a sakkos, from which emerges curly black hair, at front and back. Below the body zone, around the entire vase, is a decorative band consisting of dotted broken stopt maeanders to left (pattern doesn’t match up on side B, to the left) between two reserved bands; black below. Scene, A: A naiskos comprised of two Corinthian columns supporting a tapered epistyle and black pediment, on top of a podium (white maeander on a brown background, between alternating black and white horizontal bands). Two white female figures stand within the naiskos. The figure at left, standing in 3/4-view to the right, wears a himation over her left arm and hips, over a peplos (decorated with two vertical purple bands on the chest). Her hair is bound in a sakkos from which emerges hair at front and back; her jewelry includes a beaded necklace and two bracelets on each wrist. She holds a fan in her raised left hand as well as a wreath in her lowered right hand. She faces another woman (probably the deceased) who is seated in 3/4-view to the left on a stool (diphros) and rests her feet on a footrest (hypopodion). She wears a short sleeved chiton and a purple himation that she holds above her right shoulder in an unveiling gesture (anakalypteria). Her hair too is bound in a sakkos, from which emerges hair at the back; she wears two necklaces, one beaded, and two bracelets on each arm. A small ornament (or pures) hovers in the field between the two women. On either side of the naiskos is a kalathos (basket), below a rosette (red with added yellow and white), above a pair of white balls interspersed with clusters of three white dots, and above a double line of white dots. Each basket (both are identical) is decorated with a cross-square with intervening triangles (top) and alternating bands of zigzags, and white and black lines, as well as a band of vertical bars.
REDMG:1951.160.1 within. Interior and mouth glazed black with two reserved bands at top and bottom of rim. On exterior, below rim, a frieze of tendrils, with lotus buds above and below. Black handles, with reserved bands between attachments, and enclosed half palmettes below, from the sides of which emerge tendrils with volutes that encroach in the figural scenes. Below the figural scenes is a band of slanted ‘z’s, between two reserved bands. Black below, except for the recessed element at the top of the foot, which is reserved, a narrow band at the bottom of the foot on the exterior, and the reserved underside. The reserved parts of the volute frieze and figural scenes are reddened. Scene, A: A woman standing in 3/4-view to the right, wears a black beaded necklace, a sleeveless belted chiton, and two black bracelets on each wrist. Her hair is tied in a ponytail. She holds a torch in her advanced left hand, while her right hand, downturned, is also slightly raised. She faces a youth, nude except for a chlamys draped over his left arm and slippers, who stands in 3/4 view to the left, reaching toward the woman with his right hand. Between the figures, in the upper field, is a window frame, while a large tendril, with volute, emerges from the ground, between them. In the field behind him is a leaf. B: Two robed youths, standing profile, with their right legs advanced, face eachother across a narrow stele. Above them is a circle with a black line vertically through the centre and an 'H' drawn on top (probably halteres).
REDMG:1951.161.1 Black interior, except for two reserved bands, at the top and bottom of the everted lip. Under the rim is a laurel wreath, to left, between two reserved bands. Beneath the figural scenes and surrounding the lower part of the vase, is a decorative band, comprised of stopt maeanders (3) alternating with saltire squares (1), between two reserved bands. The handle zones are reserved, and ray bands decorate each handle attachment; beneath each handle is a palmette, between two tendrils. Reserved bands decorate the base, on the groove at the top, and on the bottom; the underside is reserved. A: A woman and a youth advance in 3/4-view to the right. She wears a stephane, a kekryphylon with ribbons, a beaded earring and beaded necklace, double braceless, a sleeveless, belted chiton, and slippers. She holds a tympanon (drum) in her upraised right hand and a kantharos, in her upraised left hand, which she lifts from a tray held by the youth, in his right hand. There are three white dots on top of the tray. He is nude except for a yellowed fillet, a thick white necklace, and a robe draped over his right hand. He turns his head profile to the left, to face the woman, and also holds a fillet in his outstretched left hand. There is a grape cluster in the upper right field. Added colour (white with yellow) is used for the jewelry and slippers. B: Two robed youths in conversation, stand profile towards each other, each with his weight on his left leg. Both are enveloped in their himatia except for their right hands; the left-most figure holds a staff in his advanced right hand, while the other figure gestures to him, with his upturned right hand. There is a bull’s eye in the field between them.
REDMG:1953.25.105 Upper part of female(?) figure with bouffant hair-do with traces of pink. Traces of red on lips. Figure is wearing white tunic with vertical red stripes, and green belt with large buckle. Perhaps holding an eagle on right arm. Made of white plaster and is coarse. Back plain.
REDMG:1953.25.106 Large fragment of coloured relief from a larger work (building or fireplace for example). Flat upper surface. Decoration, from top to bottom: red line; band of red with semi-circular patterns with leaf patterns; band divided into blocks painted into different colours (blue, red, green from left to right). Inside the red panel is a drawing in white of a four legged animal with a tail, possibly a bull.
REDMG:1953.25.107 Thinnest at top and progressively getting thicker to bottom. Reserved band at top with wide smooth area painted blue below. Beneath this is the top of of a palmette style pattern with red and blue colours alternately.
REDMG:1953.25.22 Mouth black inside and out, with a reserved lip; reserved neck; black on exterior of handle; band of black vertical bars above band of black rays on shoulder. Body, top: black line. Body (at front, only): black line; two rows of black dots alternating with white dots; two black lines; figural scene. Body, below: two black lines, black band, black line, black to foot and on top of foot; black on torus; otherwise reserved. Figural scene depicts a charioteer, dressed in a white tunic, driving a quadriga profile to right; the horses raise their forelegs as they pass a white meta (post). Another figure, possibly Athena, with helmet and spear, runs alongside the horses, so that (s)he is obscured by them.
REDMG:1953.25.23 Mouth black outside; reserved neck; black on exterior of handle; band of black vertical bars above band of black rays on shoulder. Body (at front, only): black line; two rows of black dots alternating with white dots; two black lines; figural scene. Body, below: black band, black line, broad black band, black line, black to foot and on top of foot; black band on lower part of concave element; otherwise reserved. Figural scene depicts a male figure wrestling a bull. The figures are flanked by trees with black and white fruits and thin vines. The hero’s clothes hang on the left tree and his quiver hangs above him. While this scene might depict either Herakles with the Cretan bull or Theseus with the (same) bull of Marathon, the incisions on the head covering (slightly stippled) suggest that this is a schematic rendering of Herakles’ lion-scalp helmet. Added white is used for the rendering of details such as fruit on trees, as well as the forepart of the bull, and his tail, while incision is used to indicate the drapery, quiver, and musculature of the hero, as well as his head covering. On attribution, cf. CVA Cambridge 1, pls. 22, 21.
REDMG:1953.25.25 Reserved neck; band of black vertical bars above a band of black rays on shoulder, extending to carination. Body: maeander to right (only at front), between two pairs of black lines; figural scene (front only); black band; black to foot and on top of foot, and top half of vertical surface of foot; otherwise reserved. Figural scene is of four seated figures, seemingly two women profile to right, the second playing a lyre, face a man reclining in 3/4-view to left on a kline (couch), with another female figure, profile to left, at his right. Dotted branches extend from the male figure (perhaps Dionysos) on either side. Added white for female flesh (faces) and fruit; incisions for drapery and fillets.
REDMG:1953.25.3 Each handle is dipped, so that it is black only at the outer part. Interior: black with three red bands, one on the floor, one ca. 1.5 cm below the rim, and one on the rim. Exterior: two red lines; band of vertical bars, black band between two black lines, red band, black band between two black lines, red band around foot. Red band on resting surface; black band and thinned black circle near on underside.
REDMG:1953.25.32 Interior and handles black, as are the lower part of the body, stem, and upper surface of foot. Reserved band around rim, interrupted on either side by handles. Reserved vertical band in each handle zone; on each side a female head, profile to the left, between two white vertical bands, each crowned by a circle near the top of the band; red diagonal surface of foot; reserved underside including resting surface. Each female wears a stephane and a sakkos from which emerges a bundle of hair, also tied with a white ribbon; earring comprised of triangular element (missing from side B) beneath hoop; beaded necklace The figure on side B has a fleur-de-lys in the lower left field. The surface is ruddled on both heads and the exterior of the foot; added yellow, in places ‘gilded’ with yellow, for details of hair ornament, jewelry, and fleur-de-lys.
REDMG:1953.25.33 Black glaze except for resting surface and underside, which is decorated with a central black dot and two bblack concentric bands. Black on inner wall of foot.
REDMG:1953.25.35 Black glaze on mouth and upper part of neck (dipped); handle zone surrounded by black band; 8 black tongues on neck, reserved shoulder except for two neck tongues that extend down to the body on either side of the handle, black band at height of lower handle attachment. The remainder of the body is covered with a net pattern of fine, irregular black lines and tiny white dots where lines cross. Broad black band (thin glaze) around bottom of body and top of foot; resting surface and underside reserved. Glaze is misfired red on one side.
REDMG:1953.25.37 Ridge at base of neck. Main design is of a boar running to the left. Uneven, streaky black line around base. Foot is black on top and side but reserved on resting surface and raised base.
REDMG:1953.25.44 Interior: black line above reserved band on rim, below which entire surface is glazed black. Exterior: black line and reserved band at rim; black line at top of body; reserved band in handle zone; indications of black glaze at outer parts of handles (dipped?); glazed black below (glaze is thin in sections).
REDMG:1953.25.45 Black glaze except reserved panels under handles, on interior of handles; foot is reserved and reddened, except for black on the interior vertical surface and a small black concentric circle at the centre of the underside.
REDMG:1953.25.46 Black glaze except reserved panels under handles, on interior of handles; foot is reserved and reddened, except for black on the interior vertical surface and a small black concentric circle and dot at the centre of the underside.
REDMG:1953.25.55 Small jug with wide flaring mouth and rim which is reserved inside apart from a long smear of paint. Handle is made of two sections, not quite meeting at the top and extending along the rim. Straight neck with slight ridge at juncture with body. Thin groove at base around foot. Base is flat and black.
REDMG:1953.25.74 Coarse material. Very shallow plate. Inside are traces of orange and brown deposits. Incised band inside rim and maybe around base too. Surface is not flat but has small lumps, perhaps caused by inclusions. Base is flat. Reserved.
REDMG:1953.25.77 Ovoid or tongue mouldings on the shoulder, not no the areas covered by the nozzle volutes or the area of the handle. Discus is surrounded by four concentric moulded rings, the filling hole is surrounded by three concentric moulded rings. The nozzles have on their outer edges large volutes, these terminate at the body with horse heads instead of the usual ? the termination by the tip is in the usual form. Within the base are three concentric moulded rings with a small nodule at the centre. Red glaze all over
REDMG:1953.25.81 The piece consists of half of a foot, which is broken about halfway down its length. The half remaining includes all five toes, with slightly curling little toes and a rather stumpy big toe. The foot sits upon a thick sandal. Under this is a chunk of unworked marble, presumably part of the original base of the statue, which takes up about the same amount of mass as the carved foot does. This underside is rough and worn. The break halfway through the foot in fairly clean, leaving a rough, but planar surface.
REDMG:1953.25.83 Small female head wearing a fillet. The hair is made of riveted plaits tapering to a flat, wide ponytail. All facial details in proportion (including a rather large nose).
REDMG:1953.25.85 Top is flat and squared off. Groove below rim then the rim is diagonal, rounded ridge at base. Large flat section with design sculpted on top of it so it is in relief. Scene is of a griffin, a winged creature with bird head and lion-like paws. The ribs are clearly visible as are the lines in the wings. Front left paw is raised above a stick with snakes (?) curled around or a decorative branch (?). Below is a higher moulded ridge with raised egg and dot pattern beneath, before another moulded ridge. Bottom is flat but has diagonal scratches carved in - perhaps to help this section adhere to whatever it was originally part of. Many inclusions in material.
REDMG:1953.25.88 Head of woman with shawl coming up toa high point over her head. Hair is piled on her head; melon coiffeure with diadem.
REDMG:1953.25.97 Head of a male from a figurine. Designed on front and back; front showing neck and face and some hair. On top of head is a flat band from ear to ear. Back shows hair pattern and back of neck. Reserved on both sides.
REDMG:1953.41.1 Decorated entirely in black glaze except for the decorated tondo, the reserved resting surface (and perhaps also reserved handle zones which are, however, unclear because it is obscured by deposits). The centre of the bowl is decorated with a reserved circle in which is seated an abstracted human figure, perhaps a Scythian (wearing a mitra), holding a drinking horn.
REDMG:1958.112.1 Black band on the inside of the mouth; reserved on rim; black exterior of mouth; reserved neck; black exterior of handle; shoulder decorated with two friezes of vertical lines. Body ( from top to bottom): simple maeander between two black lines, black neck frieze between two black bands, band of vertical lines between two black lines black line; two black bands; black zone reaches to foot, which is decorated with a black band above a black line; foot reserved on underside and interior.
REDMG:1958.19.1 Tip of the spout is painted black. Black-painted horizontal stripes around the base of the neck and around the centre of the body. Black-painted diagonal stripes and triangle patterns around the upper half of the body. Set of black vertical and horizontal stripes that cross each other in the centre on the lower body.
REDMG:1961.150.4 Glazed all over (so that fabric colour is indeterminate) and burnished to red (2.5YR 4/6) and black (GLEY 1 2.5/N). Linear ornament (incisions) on handle
REDMG:1964.1154.1 The interior and the rim are coated with a black glaze. On the exterior of the lip, a band of vertical bars, interrupted in each handle zone, where the surface is reserved. Each handle is glazed black on the exterior; under each handle is a palmette with 13 leaves (14 on right side), outlined, with a dotted hemicircle at its heart. Each palmette is flanked by a tendril from which emerges a lotus blossom. On each side a female head, profile to left: stephanai with 6 white spikes, grape-cluster earring, beaded necklace; kekryphylon. The woman on A has a Roman nose; on B has a ski-jump nose.
REDMG:1964.1610.1 Four raised lines run along the frontal ridge of the lamp from the filing hole down to the wick hole. Surface is reserved.
REDMG:1964.1613.1 Dark red wash all over, around the discus is a rope effect pattern, the relief on the discus is obscured. The base has a raised ring around it which leads off up the back of the lamp towards the handle. Either side of the nozzle appear to be the start of a volute.
REDMG:1964.1614.1 Thin moulded line starting on either side of the handle and following the crest of the shoulder along to the nozzle where they both deviate towards the wick hole converging and terminate in a point, either side is a volute pattern. Crest of handle has two decorative lines. Red-orange wash all over.
REDMG:1964.1627.1 Only the trefoil mouth rim survives on one secion. The other section has part of the handle remaining. These parts came from a large oinochoe as the handle is wide and thick and the mouth is large also. Apparently was all black originally. Handle was originally higher than the mouth. There is a groove which runs below the mouth, indicating the top of the neck.
REDMG:1964.1635.1 Handle, rim and part of body remain. Handle is circular and curved. The inside has traces of thin and faded red strokes. Exterior surface was black but only traces remain on rim and around one side of handle.
REDMG:1964.1637.1 Small piece of side of pot including rim and part of handle. It seems handle would have been long and thin according to where the other part has been detached. Interior surface is black. One side of handle is black, whilst the other side is reserved. The exterior surface of the body is reserved also. The rim curves around reasonably sharply and the size and thickness of the handle suggests quite a small cup.
REDMG:1964.1638 Artefact is completely grey in colour with no decoration.
REDMG:1964.1642.1 Circular, horizontal handle attached to rim of a cup or skyphos. Thin material. Traces of black colouring suggesting a black glaze. Handle is not moulded out of, but stuck on to, the body of the object.
REDMG:1964.1643.1 Circular, horizontal handle attached to rim of cup or skyphos. Interior is colored red. Rim is black and handle appears to have been black. Below handle is colored red again.
REDMG:1964.1645.1 Handle, rim and part of body remaining. Interior surface appears to have been black but is now worn back to clay. Handle is oval, rounded and was painted black. Body part appears to have been unevenly painted/fired leaving areas reserved.
REDMG:1964.1650.1A The inside and outer top half is reserved and the lower part has a black band around foot. Base is reserved and is concave.
REDMG:1964.1650.1B Top half of 1650.64 which is the base. Mouth has flat, reserved rim on top and then flares out and is wide at top with a thin neck with curved handle all painted black. Shoulder and rest is reserved.
REDMG:1964.1651.1 Reserved all over outer surface. Thin stem down to flaring foot. Base is damaged but appears to have been flat. Moulded bands on body - deliberate or as a result of production (?)
REDMG:1964.1652.1 Coarse clay with inclusions. Thin neck and foot. Base is flat. No pattern or incised design.
REDMG:1964.1655.1 Long, thin neck and long thin stem separated by a globular body. Foot flares to base and the base is uneven with trace of a concave centre. Object stands unevenly. Object is reserved all over. There are traces of moulded rings around stem.
REDMG:1964.1656.1 Mouth has a flat rim and a thin neck. Body is widest around shoulder height. Foot flares out from stem to a flat base. Traces of black on body, suggesting it may once have been glazed (?) Some traces of red on body which may be the result of firing or remains of painted design.
REDMG:1964.1658.1 Thin neck. Reserved inside. Top half of body is black glaze and the bottom half is reserved although the line between the two halves is uneven. Foot flares out and base is flat.
REDMG:1964.1659.1 Mouth has thin, flat rim coloured black. Neck is thin and shoulder slopes sharply. Lower half of body is reserved. Foot and base are missing so cannot be described.
REDMG:1964.1664.1 Wide-mouthed cup which narrows in centre and widens again before tapering to foot. Foot flares out and base is flat. Originally had two handles on opposite sides, starting on widest part of body and stretching to rim. Black inside and out.
REDMG:1964.1681.1 Single fragment, completely reserved, comprising the base and small part of body, probably of a cup. Base is flat and circular on a small foot. Sides slope up towards the top. Inside is a swirled pattern with a central raised section of excess clay. Fragment is completely reserved.
REDMG:1964.1683.1 Rim and handle of cup. Fragment is completely reserved. Handle is small and pinched in a triangular shape. Handle is attached to a lower rim, suggesting that a lid was once present which would sit outside this rim. The higher rim is almost to the top of handle. Towards bottom of fragment, the slope becomes steeper as it gets nearer to base.
REDMG:1964.1688.1 Slightly curved from left to right and curved from top to bottom, becoming steeper towards bottom of fragment. This suggests that the fragment may have belonged to a cup of some description which has straight rim and a sloping body (?) Fragment has the rim of the object. The rim is black and flat on the top. On the interior surface is a black band below rim, red, broad band, thin black band and red again. The exterior surface appears to have been black all over but faded to red. The material is thick and dark in colour.
REDMG:1964.1690.1 Rim and small part of body. Rim area is reserved. Below is a black band and then another reserved area. The interior surface is reserved at the rim and then black beneath.
REDMG:1964.1695.1 Sharply curving. Exterior surface appears to have been brown on one half. Thin incised lines go aroung the other half. Clay is greenish. The interior surface is darker with deposits.
REDMG:1964.1696.1 Underside is red and topside, at rim,is a black band which is unevenly painted.. Below is reserved.
REDMG:1964.1697.1 At widest part of body is a moulded band of vertical ridges.
REDMG:1964.1702.1 Reserved. Smooth material. Mouth has curved lip. Long neck with remains of the handle at the top and the rest on the shoulder. Body is widest at shoulder and narrows towards base which is raised and convesx in centre.
REDMG:1964.1704.1 Straight tall neck, no rim. Pierced handle. Roughly cylindrical. The bottom is slightly convex. Hand made. Clay reddish.
REDMG:1964.1709.1 Thin walls. Completely reserved. Main handle is made of two sections adjoined. Around the rim are at least eight protrusions, some are missing, almost looking like a sun with rays. No defined foot and base is slightly concave. Red clay.
REDMG:1964.1711.1 Coarse clay with many inclusions making it rough. Simplistic design. Colours vary but are not painted and object is reserved all over. Sides are uneven. White deposits on outside toward base.
REDMG:2004.95.1 Interior of mouth black; lip reserved; exterior of mouth black, as is handle (repainted); vertical bars at the bottom of the neck; lotus-dot chain on the shoulder; Dionysos riding on a mule, between two satyrs, one holding a maenad. Below the figural scene is a black band, a reserved band, and then a black zone extending to the foot, which is black on the top, reserved on the convex surface and the underside. Figural scene: A nude satyr (in a crouching pose) runs profile to the right, holding a maenad on his shoulder; the maenad, who turns her head profile to the left, stretches her arms to either side and holds a rhyton in her slightly upraised left hand. She wears a kekryphylon (red), necklace (incised) and himation. Dionysos, seated on a mule, rides profile to the right; the god, wearing a red and blck ivy wreath and a himation decorated with red dots, holds a red keras (horn of plenty) from which emerge ivy tendrils that serve as a backdrop for the entire scene. Leading the mule (through use of a white rein, of which a ghost remains) is another nude satyr, running profile to the right, while he turns his head profile to the left. Other details include red on the beards and tails of satyrs and a red fringe for the foremost satyr. Incision is used extensively for anatomy and drapery. An unusual effect is created through the use of incision for the forearm of the leading satyr, which he lays across his torso, which is not incised save for two small circles to indicate his nipples.
REDMG:2004.98.1 Black on interior and exterior of mouth; reserved upper lip; restored neck; handle black on exterior; shoulder: band of vertical bars above black rays pointing toward the carination. Body: double lotus-palmette frieze, bilaterally arranged, on either side of a 'chain' (row of dotted circles inscribing incised circles. Incisions also used for palmettes; attenuated white lines (side leaves of lotuses) arc over the palmettes. Below the main zone is a thin black band, a thick black band, and a black zone that extends to the top of the foot. The foot is also decorated with a black line at the lowest part of the vertical edge of the foot, and is reserved on the underside and resting surface.
RM.87.35.22 Decoration on the whole body, handle, mouth and beneath the aryballos. On the body you can see warriors marching right, carrying shields. On the underside and on the mouth, a floral design is visible (leafs). The handle has a zig-zag line design, with dots in the middle.
T.2012.II.26 No visible decoration on the inside or outside, though on the base part there is a slight fade to the design, which could simply be put down to fading of pigment over time.
TEMP.2002.7.1 Bowl with two handles, the rim has a black band around the top which goes both inside and outside the bowl. Below this on the inside, is a very thick black band that stops to leave an empty circle in the centre of the bowl. The handles begin about an inch below the rim on the outside of the bowl, but curve up and out to finish roughly on level with the rim. They are painted with black glaze only on the underside. Above the base of the handles there is a subtle ridge, below which there are three lines of pattern, which look like petals. Below these, there is a thin black band, a small space, and then a thick black band which goes down to the ridge of the foot. The foot itself appears to consist of two flattish disks, the lower with a black band round it. On the bottom of the foot, there is another black band part way in, and then a smaller one with a black dot in the middle.
TEMP.2002.9.1 Squat clay bowl with simple motif and two handles. Low foot painted with a black line. The bottom of the bowl is slightly angled (although irregular). The body (slightly lopsided) curves toward a carination where there is a slightly wavy horizontal band. Two handles, one either side and roughly with a line of black gloss. The rim flares slightly and is decorated with a line above a simple zig zag (which is of poor quality). The interior is almost plain with a ring painted at the base.
TEMP.2002.9.16 Cast of a sculpted female head, from the 5 c, which demonstrates elaborate hair designs. Hair is painted red and face is white. Female is wearing round earrings and has a head band on that goes over the top and round the back of her hair. The hair is wavy down the back and curly at the front. The hair is long and reaches at least to the shoulder.
TEMP.2002.9.2 Larger piece (1) is made of three fragments and shows the top of the front panel with a pattern of horizontal palmettes with dots in field above a scene of a woman, with head covered, facing a youth wearing a long tunic and holding a long stick (?). The vertical panel pattern on the left hand side is of two dots, staggered and joined by a line. Detail picked out in watery glaze and black. The inside surface of both pieces is almost ribbed and the glaze is streaky. The smaller piece (2) has remains of a thick handle with a palmette pattern below it. The design on the front has the same horizontal and vertical panels as the other piece but has an old (bearded) man facing left also in long tunic. Both pieces bend upwards to what would have been the mouth and there is a possibility this would have been trefoil shaped.
TEMP.2002.9.26 Interior surface is black with a reserved band inside rim. Rim and part of body remain. Offset rim is painted black. The picture is of a bird (perhaps a swan ?) with wings outstretched and neck curved. Bird is facing left, towards a horizontal line of four black dots. Below is a black band.
TEMP.2002.9.28 Chunky fragment which is flat. The underside is reserved and the topside has three bands at the top and eight rows of irregular zigzag below. No finished edges.
TEMP.2002.9.29 Fragment including section of rim. Rim has a flat top and is hardly offset at all. Interior surface is black. The exterior surface has black bars on the rim then a black band below with a panel of vertical bars next to a panel of three horizontal zigzags with a final band below. Below this but mainly missing at fracture are two narrown bands.
TEMP.2002.9.3 Inner surface is reserved. Outer surface has part of a man in robes holding a lyre in his left hand. Detail is in black paint.
TEMP.2003.2.2 Fragment with man with beard visible, only left hand and upper body are visible. He appears to be holding the branch of a tree (Dionysus). Quite a few chips and markings on the front. Inside is not coloured.
TEMP.2003.6.10 All of the fragments bear part of the same decoration: the interior surface is glossy black as are the side surfaces of the foot (both on the exterior and interior), apart from a reserved (but glazed line) on the resting surface. The base is glazed so that it appears yellowish-brown and is decorated with four concentric circles and a dot at the central part of the base.
TEMP.2003.6.12 The internal surface of all the fragments is black. External: a) The rim is black, however,it appears red on an area. The back of the handle is black (the inner surface is reserved), but the area between the two parts of the handle creates a horizontal, reserved band. Below that, there is part of a black band and part of a reserved area. b) the rim is black. Below, on the left, there is part of a wavy? vertical black band, while on the right there are two small, black spots, parts of a motif. c) There is part of the black band that decorates the rim. d) There is a black band on a reserved area and part of a motif that resembles a ribbon? below which spring thin lines.
TEMP.2003.6.13 The back of the handle is black.
TEMP.2003.6.14 The two fragments bear part of the same decoration, apart from the parts of two lines in added red on top of a (which is preserved higher than b). There is a large black area below which there are two lines in added red. Underneath, there is the upper part of a radial-shaped motif on a reserved, but glazed, surface.
TEMP.2003.6.17 The interior of the vessel is black apart from the lowest part of o, whose lower part bears a reserved but glazed line. Exterior: a) On the right side, there is the upper part of a seated woman (part below her waist is missing). She is draped and wears a stephane (fillet) on her head. On the left side there is a floral motif whose stem is a wavy line that expands to the left. b) There is the back side of another seated draped female figure. c) The front side of the previous female figure. She is holding an alabastron with both her hands. d) On the lower left part there is the largest part of a voluted palmette with petal shaped divisions, connected with a tendril. The area next to the spring of the one part of the handle is reserved. e) On the bottom right there is the rest of the previous palmette, also connected with a tendril. f) On the bottom right there is the upper part of a palmette and on the upper left there is part of a tendril's volute. The area on the left of teh one spring of the handle is reserved, but glazed (plaster on top). g) Uneven black surface. h) A small part of the volute of the tendril of f and the stalk of a flower. i) Part of an inverted palmette, connceted with (part of ) a tendril, with (occasional) leaves on its sides. j) Small line, part of a tendril. k) Part of a tendril's volute. l) A figure's projected forearm and hand (figure's depicted on n?). m) On the right side, there is the stalk and part of the stem of a flower and a line that seems to be part of a tendril. n) Part (head missing, neck and shoulder are scraped off, area below the knees missing) of a draped standing figure that has the left hand around the waist. o) The lowest part of a figure's drapery.
TEMP.2003.6.22 Grey surface. The mouth is flared out. At around the middle of the neck, there is a white band. This pattern continues down the Lacrymaterion every 2 cm. The base is grooved and curves inward until it connects with the stem.
TEMP.2003.6.23 a) The upper part (head to chest) of a draped youth, with a fillet on his head (faded), facing left. b) Another youth (part of his face is missing). He is wearing a himation on his arm and waist and his right hand is extended to the left. c) The rest of the previous figure's face and below, the biggest part of a lyre. The rest of the fragments are black, with the exception of part of a thin line on e.
TEMP.2003.6.24 Fragment of pot, including slight buldge where handle begins. Exterior, black lines on white background. At the right edge of the top there is a triangluar bit of black that looks like it originally belonged to a square surrounded on both verticle sides by twin sets of thin brown verticle lines. Less than 1 from the top there are two brown lines that follow the curve of the jug horizontally spaced .3 apart. Under these lines on the left is a large2.5 hieght figure eight pattern made up of three lines that swirl around to create the eight, with little v's on the outside of the eight pointed away from where the figure eight lines cross. On the right side, two bworn/black lines curve around where the handle would have begun. The handle section is all black, although chipped. Under the figure eight is a .6 thick black lines running horizontally around the pot, broken by a thin pink line a little below the middle. there are two other thin pink lines equidistant from this first one, one above and one below it by about .4, the top pink line being right above the top of the black line. Underneith the bottom pink line is a segment of a different pattern. Interior is black over pink and white, which is worn away enough in many parts to see the pink and white colors. two thin and faded white lines form bands near the top.
TEMP.2003.6.26 Fragment of the bottom part of the cup of a chalice(?)or bowl(?). Exterior white with one small red/brown section of a pattern at the highest point and one thick almost 1 red/brown line abour half way from the top. Interior is black/brown with a pair(?) of thin faded white lines .5 from the top edge, below that a repeating pattern of black teardrops, and below that a pattern of white sploches interspliced with red dots.
TEMP.2003.6.27 Exterior white with small chips. Interior black with a pair of white lines at one edge and a small white half circle from the exterior line to the edge. Parallel to these white lines towards the opposite edge is a incised line.
TEMP.2003.6.3 (a) The handle is black, but the piece of the body that is preserved is a reserved, but glazed surface with very thin, parallel lines. (b) Black apart from a tiny area on the top, which is reserved, but glazed and bears small parts of parallel, thin lines and a reserved, thin line just above the foot. The bottom part of the foot is also reserved, so is the resting surface.
TEMP.2003.6.6 The interior is black, but there is a reserved band on the fragments that come from the vessel's rim (a, b, c, d), which also bear a reserved band on the upper internal side of the rim. a) The black colour appears streaky (it varies from reddish brown to brown) on the rim (interior and exterior), as well as on the handle. The colour of the decoration appears brown and reddish brown on some areas. There is a broad band that bears two palmettes (one on either side of the double handle), while the surface between the two springs is reserved. On the left side of the fragment there is the right part of a motif (front legs of horses?). Below, there is part of a black line. b) The rim is black. Below, there is the upper part of a charioteer, riding a chariot with four horses (part of them is preserved). Details of the horses have been rendered with incisions. c) The rim is black, however the black colour is uneven and leaves part of the right edge of the fragment's rim reserved. Underneath a thin, reserved line, there is a palmette and next to it part of the line that contoured the spring of the handle. d) The rim is black. Below, there is a female figure's head and in front of her (at the level of her face) there is part of a curving branch, with dots on either side (part of wreath?). e) Part of a palmette, a black line and a black band. f) There is a dot in the middle of the resting surface, contoured by a circle. There is also part of a wide, band, between thin lines, above which, there is a graffito? in the shape of X.
TEMP.2003.6.7 The interior is entirely black apart from a, which, although black, bears a reserved band on the interior of the rim. a) The rim is black. Below that, the vessel bears the depiction of a symposium scene. On the left, there is the upper part of two draped male figures facing each other. Between them there is a carelessly rendered figure (background); a servant? and a branch with dots on either side. Another, identical branch can be found behind the person on the right. Next to that, there is the upper part of another figure (servant?) from whose arm another branch is hanging. He is facing right, towards a palmette (voluted with petal-shaped divisions), from which the beginning of a tendril seems to spring. There is also part of the bad that covered the back of the handle. b) The lower part of the male figures that face each other. They are draped and seated on similar chairs (diphros okladias). Below them there is a thick line and underneath, the beginning of a band. c) The lower part of another seated (on a similar chair), draped figure, with part of the thick line and the band below. d) The back of the handle is covered with black colour (carelessly rendered at some areas and streaky). The rest of the surface is reserved (but glazed), however, there are some spots on the handles's inner surface. e) The back of the handle is black, but the black colour is streaky at some areas, There is part of a branch on the right side. f) The back bears black colour. g) The back of the handle is black, although streaky on some areas.
TEMP.2003.6.8 The interior is black, apart from a reserved line on the upper part of the rim. a) The rim bears a black band. Below, there is a palmette on the left of the fragment (an almost round centre from which emerge petal-shaped divisions), as well as part of a carelessly rendered curving line. On the left there is the right part of a figure next to three barnches with dots on either side. There are also four large dots on the background. b)The rim bears a black band. The rest of the surface appears to be reserved. c)The rim bears a black band. On the right side there is the largest part of a palmette (round center, rendered with added red and petal-shaped divisions). There is part of a black line that contoured the handle (partially covered with adhesives and plaster). On the left, there is another figure (carelessly rendered, between three similar branches (on the right) and part of an (undecipherable) object that consists of black colour, incisions and added red colour. There are also four large dots on the background. d) The rim bears a black band. There is part of the object on the left side of c and on its left there is part of a black dot. e) On the left side there is part of a curving line with a voluted ending (tendril?), which is connected to a palmette (voluted, with round center and petal-shaped divisions). Next to that there is an object that consists of three parts. The upper is round and the details are rendered with incisions and added red, the middle part is a small dotted branch and the lowest part is a short, vertical, thin band (thyrsos?). From its middle part emerges another dotted branch. There are five large dots on the background. On the right side of the fragment there is the left part (small part) of a figure? (carelessly rendered). f) The part of the lowest body that is preserved bears the terminations of palmettes? depicted on the body (short, clumsily rendered bands are preserved). There is also a reserved thin line between two broad brown bands. The foot is also brown and so is the inner sude surface of the foot. The rest is reserved, with the exception of five thin, concentric circles on the base. g) The fragment bears the lowest part of a palmette (the left volute and part of the round center)on the left and part of the reserved area between the two brown bands.
TEMP.2003.6.9 Rim section of a bowl. Exterior white with a band consisting of twin brown lines with alternating black and white rectangles interior along the top .3. There are two small blueish sploches marring the otherwise well preserved surface. Interior is black over white. The white shows through in a line along the edge for about .2 and then there is a brown line, and under this the rest of the background is black. Near the top of this black section is a set of white lines with white dots set in between them at regular intervals. Under this pattern is another thin white line. Under this is on part of a triangle pattern consising of a white outlined triangle with a white line forming a second triangle within the first and a red dot at the center of the triangle.
TEMP.2003.7.1 The edge of the rim is painted with a small line of brown, which is fairly worn. Interior has a brown coat over white paint. The brown starts 0.2 below the rim. There is also a small red splotch near the edge of this side. Exterior is white.
TEMP.2003.7.2 Interior white with a pattern of brown waves set in between sets of two thin yellow lines which begin .2 below the rim. There is a small bit of brown that seems to be part of some other pattern at the bottom of the fragment. Interior is brown/black with remnants of a white fan or floral pattern, which is heavily worn. A good deal of the interior is worn down to the original terracotta.
TEMP.2003.7.3 Exterior white with brown patterns. Following one edge abour 1.0 down is a set of faded brown lines. Between the edge and these brown lines on one side are five brown lines perpendicular to the two lines, while on the other is a single parallel brown line with 5 short perpendicular lines crossing. Below the two brown lines is a brown blob that looks like it may have once been a horses leg, but is nothing in particular now. Interior is brown.
TEMP.2003.7.30 Small figurine, features not at all defined. Figure is very simple, small rounded shapes for head and arms. Both the back and front are relatively flat and smooth - the front is the side which has the base sticking out further than the back. There are indications that something was painted on it - black line by the right arm, on the front at the bottom, and on the back on the lower half of the body - here there are three vertical lines, the middle line being the longest. There are four black blobs on the square base.
TEMP.2003.7.31 Small figurine, possibly an animal, because the nose/mouth is pointed like a snout. Has two small holes for the eyes, and three holes above them. The neck is thinner than the head, and the arms are clearly defined, although are broken. The figure is of a red colour, with remants of black paint on the head and lower back.
TEMP.2003.7.34 Interior painted in black. Exterior has a black and purple decoration in the centre. The purple is in the shape of a cemi-circle, with black around it which has small incisions. The black at the top is almost in a knot-like shape. The clay is a red-brown.
TEMP.2003.7.38 Side b, interior, is black, with part of a geometric border in the left half, with a small area of red to the far left. Side a, the exterior is covered in circular and oval shapes, presumably part of a larger design.
TEMP.2003.7.39 Triangular prism, smooth on each sides. One thread hole, 0.7cm wide, 1.0 cm from top. On one side is a smaller hole that does not emerge on the other side.
TEMP.2003.7.4 Five sided fragment. Exterior white with a pattern of parallel brown curves that get increasingly shorter, creating a pie slice shape. Interior black with a red line alone one edge. Right above the red line is a white line. There are also a few other splotches of white.
TEMP.2003.7.43 Wide mouth, fine rim 1.5cm body which then slopes to base which is flat, not fired particualy well, warped.
TEMP.2003.7.5 Curved and painted on both sides. The "outer" concave side is painted light beige with two small brown bands running lengthwise along it. One band has another smaller brown band (about twice as thin) running beside it throughout the fragment. The other band has a smiliar smaller band, but only measuring about a quarter of the length and running off into the edge. The "inner" convex side is painted dark brown with two white bands running lengthwise. One of the white bands is dashed, while the other is complete.
TEMP.2003.7.51 Front of fragment has red-figure decoration on it, however the design is unclear. Underside of fragment is glazed black.
TEMP.2003.7.6 On the exterior is a light brown line, followed by a cream line, and another brown one, followed by a lighter brown one and brown dots on a cream background. Then another light brown line and more cream until a dark brown circular shape (unclear because the fragment ends here). On the other side the background is dark brown, almost black, with white lines, almost like petals, with light brown dots in them.
TEMP.2003.7.60 Fragment is made up of six smaller fragments, which have been rejoined, comprising the base of a pot. Interior and exterior are glazed black. Just above rim of base is a strip of red with a black line in the middle. Top and underside of base rim is red. Side of rim is black. Underside of base is concaved, with a red center. The red center, under the base, has a black circle around.
TEMP.2003.7.64 Fragment from the neck of a closed shape, with a flat, thick rim (1.4cm). Flat, top of rim seems to have been painted white. The side of the rim has a pattern around it. The pattern has a thin, black line parting small 'U' shapes. The top half of the pattern has 'U' shapes in it, which have tiny, verticle, red lines inside them. The bottom half is the same, however the 'U' shapes are up-side-down. The neck and small piece of the body, on the fragment, is glazed black and appears to have once had white paint on it. The fragment has a small piece of the pot's body on either side of the neck. One of the sides of the fragment of the body has the top of two figures on it. The right hand side figure is the top of a head but its features are unclear. The left-hand-side figure appears to be a women, with her left arm raised. The underside of fragment is terracotta colour. The inside of rim is glazed black and the inside of the pot appears to have been left terracotta.
TEMP.2003.7.66 The interior of the rim is black with a double stripe near the lip. The convex side of the fragment is reserved except for the handle.
TEMP.2003.7.67 Fragment of a handle and a rim of a kylix. Concave side is black with a reserved (unpainted) stripe at the lip. The convex side is reserved except for a small black stripe running horizontally at the top base of the handle, and for a larger stripe at the lower part of the fragment.
TEMP.2003.7.68 Fragment of a rim of a Kylix. The concave side is black with a reserved stripe at the lip. The convex side is mostly reserved with the exception of a black stripe at the tip of the lip, the bottom of the lip, and the end of the fragment. There is also a small black non-representational design on the convex side of the rim.
TEMP.2003.7.69 Fragment of a rim and handle of a kylix. Exterior is black with reserved stripe at lip. Interior is reserved with the exeption of a black stripe running horizontally to the top of the stump of the broken-off handle.
TEMP.2003.7.71 Rim fragment from a kylix with some of the handle. The exterior is dark brown with a light brown tip at the lip of the rim. The interior is light brown with a dark brown tip at the lip.
TEMP.2003.7.73 Interior decorated in dark brown with a thin light brown stripe along the inside lip. The exterior is light brown with dark brown stripes along the top and bottom part of the lip, and along the bottom part of the fragment.
TEMP.2003.7.74 Inside is dark grey coloured, whereas outside is more light orange coloured. Upper part of outside appears to have a black line across the top that has been worn away over time. The middle section has a thicker brown line which likely went around the entirety of the original artefact. Lower part of object is dark grey, again likely part of a larger coloured section of the origional, complete object.
TEMP.2003.7.8 Rim of a plate. Exterior, plate body plain, underside of rim black. Interior black over brown paint worn through in places. The rim itself is serated on this side.
TEMP.2003.8.1 (a)Part of the rim of an open jug of some sort. The inside segment of the rim is painted black, with numerous small bits having been chipped off. Moving outwards, the rim consists of the inside of the pot wall, which then splays out in a flat top rim, and then falls down again in a second wall that is left dangling from the outer rim. So, moving from the inside outwards on the underside, there is a valley of about 1.0 wide and 1.5 deep until the top of the second rim (which is peaked) is reached. The outward facing side of this downward pointed rim consists of alternating lines of black dots and thin black lines which run around the entire outer diameter of the rim. There are two rows of dots and two lines, alternating which each other, all of which are heavily worn. The top part of the rim, which would be facing upwards if the pot were complete, is about 2.2 wide and flat, marked with black raised lines that repeat about every .3 and which start at the outer edge and are 1.7 long, and painted black. These lines are heavily worn. There are also two significant chips in the top of this rim, each about 2 long. (b)Another part of the same rim to the same vessel. The same dot and line pattern runs around the outer diameter. On top the lines which are thicker at the end pointing into the pot are repeated, a palmette decorates the larger flat area of the handle region.
TEMP.2003.8.3 The body of a person probably standing to the left as right arm is bent at elbow across body and pointing left holding a small black ball. The person is wearing a himation.
TEMP.2003.8.64 Head of a woman in relief. Plaque is square in shape. On either side of the woman's hair at the top are two wings. Long flowing hair on either side of her face. Features are carved and she is wearing something around her neck. Small hole in the centre at the top.
TEMP.2003.8.65 Within a frame, a man's bust facing right. The man has a large nose, is veiled and wears a robe over his shoulders. The frame is decorated with incised horizontal lines on either side of the man, small flowers in each corner, a curtian above, and a circle in the centre.
TEMP.2005.8.1 Decoration in relief: On lower part of wall is a frieze including two tall birds (cranes?), the first in 3/4-view to left with wings outspread and head turned to the right, the second advancing profile to the left. They are enclosed in a rectangle outlined with relief dots. Below a row of relief dots, on lower part of body, is a floral frieze, consisting of inverted lotus buds, tendrils, and rising acanthus leaves.
TEMP.2007.2.34 Black glaze, some of which is chipped off
TEMP.2007.3.51 Obverse: head of Roma, no text, very ornate; Reverse: Dioscuri riding a horse, second horse and rider behind, stars above and below horse there is barley;
TEMP.2014.9.20 Blackened base of interior. Two incised rings, one near foot and the other near the lip. interior and above top incised line is smooth. Lower exterior, textured/coarse, grit. Evidence of use of a pottery wheel in making.
TEMP.2022.6.2 the body is decorated with four thin black lines and two thick dark red lines: at the base of the neck are painted vertical dark red lines (25): the neck is decorated with two thin black lines and one thick dark red line: the handle has eight thin red lines.
temp.2022.6.2 the body is decorated with four thin black lines and two thick dark red lines; at the base of the neck are painted vertical dark red lines (25); the neck is decorated with two thin black lines and one thick dark red line; the handle has eight thin red lines
temp.2022.7.2 the upper part of the body is decorated with sinous and concentric incisions
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