|Object Type (notes)||Corinthian (?) Vase Fragment|
|Size||Greatest Pres. Dimension 0.066 m, Max. Pres. Opposite Dimension 0.051 m, Max. Pres. Thickness 0.009 m|
|Condition||Broken on all edges, and chipped on interior and exterior surfaces. Broken edges greatly abraded.|
|Description||Sherd of a large, heavy-walled vessel. Although surface decoration is greatly damaged, traces of exterior paint and incised lines (approximately 0.007 m long), below these, one rosette of four incised, intersecting lines (diameter approximately 0.013 m). To the left of this, one small, curling line. At the left edge, two rouglhy parallel lines forming a "V" pointed right, toward rosette. Along bottom of these designs are three small areas of dark paint. Below these, the remains of one horizontal line of dark paint. At bottom edge are traces of another incised rosette. Surface damage prevents further identification of traces of decoration. Interior apparently not decorated.|
|Fabric Description||Fine-textured buff clay, extremely soft, fired light buff interior and exterior.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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