|Object Type||Architectural::Raking Sima|
|Object Type (notes)||Painted Cavetto Fragment (Archaic Laterial or Raking Sima)|
|Size||Max. Pres. Length 0.064 m, Max. Pres. Width 0.079 m, Max. Pres. Thickness 0.031 m|
|Condition||The preserved portion is broken on three sides. The surface is worn and pitted.|
|Description||A portion of a painted cavetto is preserved. The fragment preserves two finished faces with a gentle curve and one finished edge. One finished face is relatively smooth and covered by a wash of red paint. The finished edge is relatively flat and overhung by a slight ridge from the smooth, painted face. The other surface is decorated with three convex strigils. Along one break edge there is the beginning of an upward curve of a fourth strigil. Traces of dark reddish brown paint are preserved between the strigils. Large inclusions, small stones and mica, are visible throughout the fabric of the fragment.|
|Munsell Color||Surface 5YR 5/8 yellowish red, Paint on Smooth Side 10R 5/8 red, Paint Between Strigils 2.5YR 3/3 dark reddish brown|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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