|Vessel Form||Form unspecified|
|Object Type (notes)||Incision-Decorated Sherds|
|Condition||Three non-joining sherds, broken andabraded on all edges but rim side of A; slightly worn and chipped.|
|Description||Three sherds from rim (Fragment A), body, possibly shoulder (Fragment B), and body (Fragment C) of thin-walled vessel with slightly everted rim and slight constriction just above shoulder. No decoration of interior surface; exterior of Fragment A has four parallel horizontal grooves around neck area; Fragment B preserves traces of two such grooves, below which is a plain surface, and possible shoulder, on which is a single row of parallel diagonal incised strokes, above an incised set of pomegranate-like shapes - two are placed with center tufts up below line of incisions on Fragment B, and portions of two more are on Fragment C.|
|Fabric Description||Bucchero, with thin, glossy finish.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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