|Title||Decorated Buchero Handle Fragment|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||Fragment of ribbon handle preserves incised decoration on top side. Decoration consists of: three lines, unevenly spaced but each parallel to contour of handle edges (three on each side, six basic lines in all) of short longitudinal incised slashes. At one point near one break, the pattern of three lines of slashes on one side becomes five lines. Between the lines, on the central part of the handle, pattern of nine short horizontal incised slashes graduated in size from small to large, this pattern repeated five times across handle and at intervals along the length of the handle, approximately 0.011 - 0.012 m apart, to judge from preserved evidence.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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