|Title||Trefoil Bucchero Oinochoe, Fragmentary|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||A fragmentary trefoil bucchero oinochoe. The globular body swells out from the short, raised, everted foot to reach maximum diameter just below the shoulder where the walls turn sharply in to meet the neck at an angle. The neck is wide, short and tapered, flaring abruptly out into the trefoil lip. A single section of the lip is preserved to the right of the central lobe of the trefoil. An attachment scar for a vertical ribbon handle, elliptical in sections, is visible at the shoulder.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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