|Object Type (notes)||Three Fragments, Decorated Italo-Corinthian Piriform Aryballos|
|Condition||All very worn, chipped, and encrusted. Fragile and flaking. Largest composed of two fragments glued together.|
|Description||Three fragments of Italo-Corinthian aryballos, two of which (a and c) preserve traces of tear-drop shaped decoration in black below which two very thin brown lines and a parallel wider black band.|
|Fabric Description||Very fine buff clay with traces of shiny buff slip and brown and black painted decoration.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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