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Fragment of the base and body of a decorated Samian Ware bowl including two-thirds of foot. (a) 1) Medallion with boar's head to right. 2) Narrow panel with zigzag borders and rosettes at angles, in which are a pair of scrolls, a patera or rosette, and a rosette. 3) Arch resting on vertical chain of beads with reel-ornament as capital, in which is Polyxena kneeling to right, with drapery over lower limbs, supplicating Neoptolemos, who stands to front with dagger in right hand and drapery twisted round left arm; incomplete and somewhat indistinct. (b) The same designs repeated as follows: lower part of 1), 2), 3), 2), 1). Dull glaze.
Diameter: 6.50 inches (6 ½)
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