|Title||Three Fragments of a Bucchero Handle|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||Portions of a wide bucchero handle is in three fragments which are believed to be associated. Frag. A preserves portions of one of the finished sides of the handle. Frag. A also preserves incised decoration on the exterior consisting of a central incised circle from which four arms project radially. The arms are connected by another circle forming a circumscribed cross. Three arms are completely preserved as well as portions of the fourth. Another incised circle encloses the circumscribed cross, but only portions of this circle remain. An incised, recessed area protrudes from the outermost circle, but no decorative pattern is discernible. Frags. B and C preserve portions of one finished edge, perhaps portions of the sides of the handle. They are believed to be associated, but do not join. There is a bag of potentially associated fragments which do not join.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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