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Carter No.: 023

Handlist description: Painted pottery jar

Card/Transcription No.: 023-2

23 (cont)

then a narrow band of blue: then a red space: then a black line.

Middle band

Blue with black lines at top and bottom, and a black band in middle.

Lower band

Band of blue with black lines at top and bottom and in middle: series of blue <> with spaces at top left yellow: black line at bottom: red space: thick black line.

Bottom of stopper slightly concave.

Jar broken at its thinnest point: the foot found with 24.

Washed with water. Repaired with celluloid cement.

Card no. 023-2 relating to Carter no. 023
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