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Shallow Mycenaean pottery bowl; deep, slightly conical, concave body on a ring base; pair of opposing small loop handles; orange-buff clay and slip, decorated in paint fired red to brown: outside is a singe band around the centre of the body with solid base and handles; inside central spiral and two wide concentric bands filled with running spirals and hatched lozenges around the edge; vessel repaired from fragments; surface chipped in places.


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