LIST OF ANTIQUES FROM SHRINES OF MIRAN 547
M. V. 0020. Fresco fr., showing portion of grey-green drapery (?).with red and flesh-pink lines at one side ; found
in E. passage. 31" * 3'. ' -
M. v. 0021. Fresco fr., showing portion of light green drapery (?)• 3*" x 31.
M. v. 0022. Fresco fr., showing on blue-black ground conventional floral scroll of Persian type. Stems of
-parallel green, red, and buff lines, with leaf and bud growths in green and red, outlined buff. Good work. z" x
M. y. 0023. a-b. Fresco' frs., showing ground of rich crimson divided by band of black, on which is floral pattern in red, green, and pink, outlined buff and black. On one edge, tips of two lotus petals in pink. Found in N. passage and probably from festoon of dado. (a) 4' x 3";
(b) 5' x 3'.
OBJECTS EXCAVATED AT RUIN M. x
M. X. o01. Girdle of soft silk, thick, cream-coloured, plain weave; in good condition in central part, but much worn towards ends through constant knotting. Cf. above, pp. 536 sq. Length c. 5' 5', width (selvedge to selvedge)
M. X. 002. Bundle of fabric frs., chiefly small rags of buff, yellow, red, and dark blue woollen stuff of more or less close twill"weave; cf. N. xiv. iii. oo6. e. and 007. c.
Also fr. of dark brown-grey plain fabric ; piece of thick buff felt with fabric backing (perhaps part of lined shoe, as T. xr. iii. ooz), and handle or loop of plaited woollen thread. Gr. M. 6-". Pl. XLVIII.
M. X. 003. Pottery fr., brown clay, hand-made, lightly but evenly fired ; roughly smoothed on outside apparently with a short-toothed comb smoother, used both horizontally and in zigzag strokes. z7" x xi" x .