|Vessel Form||Form unspecified|
|Object Type (notes)||Bucchero Fragment|
|Size||Max. Pres. Dimensions 0.017 x 0.045 m, Max. Pres. Thickness 0.0058 m|
|Condition||Fragment, irregularly broke on all sides.|
|Description||A bucchero fragment, probably from the brim of a plate, with stamped decoration consisting of the following from left to right: 1) portion of a deer, with front legs and lower part of back legs broken off, with a sleek body, tail, and one long antler, extending from the head parallel to the body, with three horns, 2) below the the belly of the deer, what appears to be a snake in the form of "W", 3) to the left, the front quarters of a male sphinx with a single curving wing, whose face is delicately rendered with an eye, a long and pointed nose, and open mouth, and a projecting beard, and 4) above the back of the sphinx, a bird in flight with outstretched wings and head facing left, while to the left only the wing of a second bird now remains. The top of this stamped frieze is bordered by a fine, curving line in relief.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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