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Pottery: fragment of Gaulish Sigillata bowl.
Dark red glaze. Panels divided by zigzag lines: on the left a youth in back view dancing or running to right, carrying a bunch of grapes (?); on the right, upper part of nude man to right.
- Made in: Gaul
- Dragendorff 37
- Height: 3.8 centimetres (max)
- Width: 4.5 centimetres (max)
No acquisition details; acquired before 1908.
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Object reference number: GAA55063
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