|Fabric Category||Black Gloss or Slip|
|Vessel Form||Form unspecified|
|Object Type (notes)||Black Slip with Decoration|
|Size||Max. pres. diameter: 0.062 m, max. pres thickness: 0.009 m|
|Condition||Surfaces are worn, scratched, and lightly encrusted. All edges are ancient breaks with a couple chips on the decorated side.|
|Fabric Description||Black Gloss|
|Munsell Color||5Y 2.5/1 black|
|Description||Black slip fragment preserves one side decorated with an animal and one side decorated with a circular design. The concave side is decorated with an incised decoration of some sort of animal, possibly a griffin. The body, hind leg, some sort of tail, and part of the neck is preserved. The body is covered in circular incisions to look like spots. The background of the design is black slip. The convex side preserves a small strip of black slip and a black circle in the center with a black dot in the center of the circle. The band of the circle has a width of 0.002 m and the circle has a diameter of 0.017 m. The interior dot has a diameter of 0.004 m. The fragment is most likely the center of a plate or cup.|
|Legacy Database Artifact ID||20165016|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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