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Updated: 14 April 2015
Fragment of the tondo of Attic pottery red-figured cup; naked youth seated on cloak to left.
- 400BC (circa)
- Made in: Attica
- Excavated/Findspot: Ephesus
- (Asia,Turkey,Aegean Region (Turkey),Izmir (province),Ephesus)
- Height: 10 centimetres (max)
6 June 2008
Reason for treatment
Joins are found between two pieces. Reconstruction is needed.
The residues of old adhesives were removed by acetone. HMG heatproof and waterproof adhesive (cellulose nitrate) was used to join the pieces. The residues were removed by scalpel and acetone.
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Object reference number: GAA46941
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