|Title||Vase, Fragment of Handle|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||At the base of the handle are two owls with their bodies facing left and their heads facing front. Their heads are roundish with pointed beaks. A circle with a round dot in the center as a pupil forms the eyes. Their bodies are log and ovoid. The wings are marked off from the body by two incised lines. Straight, incised lines indicate the feathers. Because the bodies are in profile, only two claws are shown shaped as if holding onto a branch. Below the owls are two ridges set off by two grooves. They curve up under the owls and down at the sides. The handle follows this curve and separates into two parts beneath the owls. The back is smooth.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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