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Title Stamped Bucchero Stem Fragment
Primary photo False
Photo Type Cataloged Artifact
Photo ID 24335
Album ID 0
Description A fragment of bucchero preserves a portion of the body leading up into the stem. It is broken along five edges and at the stem of the vessel. The exterior surface is slightly convex along the length. The stem measures 0.017m in length, a 0.023m width, and a 0.012m thickness. Surrounding the stem is a partially preserved raised ridge 0.002m in height and 0.004m wide. 0.005m from the raised ridge are three incised lines which are 0.002m apart from one another. 0.001m beyond the three incised lines is one register of lotus palmette stamps. There is one fully preserved lotus palmette and two partial lotus palmettes. The full lotus palmette measures 0.006m in diameter and is 0.003m apart from the other two lotus palmettes. The interior surface is concave along the width and pitted. The stem attachment can be seen on the interior and preserves a diameter of 0.005m.
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Anthony Tuck. "20080125profile.jpg from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 48/2008, ID:599/Locus 13/PC 20080125". (2012) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2012-12-28. Open Context. <> ARK (Archive):

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