|Title||Impasto Double Handle, Fragmentary|
|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||Curved exterior section of a double handle attached to a fragment of a vase fragment. The handle preserves the moulded figure of a woman, viewed frontally, shown from the waist up and broken off at the neck level. Wings begin at the waist and continue up the neck, gradually widening, then extend outward from the neck to form the beginning of cut-out areas between the hair and wings. The hair, falling in long tressesin her hands, whose fingers are indicated by four incised lines; the arms are bent at the elbows.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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