|Title||Lateral Sima Fragment|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||Fragment of lateral sima preserving the left rear corner. Current piece preserves finished deep horizontal indentation (support for wooden cross members) across the left flange just before the point of juncture to the rear. The edges of the rear and side flanges meet at the bottom corner at an angle approaching 90 degrees. The exterior of the rear flange preserves a finger sized indentation in the area of the juncture between the rear and side flange. Traces of red slip are visible on all surfaces except the exterior side of the base.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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