|Object Type (notes)||Decorated Plate, Fragments|
|Condition||Two non-joining sherds, Fragment A broken on two sides, preserving rim edge, and Fragment B broken on all sides; surfaces of both worn.|
|Description||Two sherds, apparently from the same plate, although molding rim of Fragment B is more worn than Fragment A, appearing wider. Bottom surface of both undecorated; shape flat, with one molding ridge on bottom below slightly flared, narrow rim; upper surface has two ridges, one at base of rim, and one closer to the center, below decoration band. Molded decoration of upper surface: on edge of rim, two very shallow, narrow ridges set off by three grooves; below molding rim, two rows of patterns, one closest to rim, a band of invaginated circles, with left sides curled inward; below these, a band of parallel diagonal S-shapes, similar to those on 19700040, also a bucchero sherd. Fragment A preserves all the ridges described, and parts of four circle patterns, and four S-shapes. Fragment B preserves part of one rim edge, molding rim, parts of four circles, and parts of five S-shapes only. Possible traces of two extremely thin parallel grooves running through the circles and between them and S-shapes on both pieces.|
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