|Fabric Category||Italo-Corinthian Ware|
|Object Type (notes)||Rim Fragment of a Plate|
|Size||Estimated Diameter 0.240 m, Max. Pres. Length 0.062 m, Max. Pres. Thickness of Foot and Rim 0.017 m|
|Condition||Broken on two sides, preserving rim. Worn red paint.|
|Description||The rim slants out diagonally from the surface. It is a plain curve on the inside, but on the outside is divided by two horizontal grooves into three half-round moldings, the bottom of which is the foot. The curve from the raised foot to the bottom has two horizontal grooves. On the top there are concentric bands of orange-red paint. The rim band is 0.023 m wide and 0.005 m from the 0.005 m wide second band. The third band, 0.003 m wide, is 0.017 m from the second. There seems to be traces of a thin fourth band about 0.004 m beyond the third.|
|Fabric Description||Italo-Corinthian (?) Fine orange clay|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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