Fragments of a pottery amphora in Bichrome V ware, reconstructed as a complete vessel with plaster, decorated with a female head of Hathor type painted in silhouette with incised details; ovoid-globular body; low ring base; cylindrical neck (rim missing); between the handles (also missing) is a frieze framed above by floral and abstract motifs and below by an indeterminate scheme; the central frieze depicts a Hathor head with incised details on the hair, with stylised trees on each side; the large panels on either side are in-filled with cross-hatching.
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