Mi. xi. 0074. Stucco relief fig. Torso, fern., draped as Mi. xi. 3, but from smaller mould. Part preserved from above R. shoulder to R. knee ; head, R. hand, L. shoulder and arm, L. thigh and R. leg below knee missing. R. arm bent up at elbow ; forearm curiously channelled to express emaciation. Breasts not prominent. On R. shoulder ends of long hair suggesting head of type of Mi. xi. ooroo, but smaller. By R. thigh ends of drapery floating upwards as if fig. was flying downwards. H. 9 ".
Mi. xi. 0075. Stucco relief fr. of rosette. At centre six-petalled rosette with edges .of petals convex. Hole at centre not pierced through. Outside and below six other petals (or leaves) long and deeply ribbed. Broken. Diam. 2â'.
Mi. xi. 0076. a-b. Stucco relief fr. of drapery. Curtain, hanging in a series of four heavy looped masses, divided by narrow vertical folds which spread forward on ground and form a zigzag border. 82"x6'. PI. CXXXVII.
Mi. xi. 0077. Stucco relief fig., a variant of *Mi. xi. oo, from same mould as xi. 004. Drapery ail broken away ; R. arm broken at shoulder, L. arm at biceps, body under breasts. H. 7i".
Mi. xi. 0078-81. Stucco relief heads of type *Mi. xi. oo. 0078. Head-dress (type b as in Mi. xi. 0060) has top of and lobes of both ears missing. 0079. Head-dress (type a) has lost rosettes but retains core ; L. ear and lobe of R. ear missing ; traces of pink and black paint on fillet. oo80. Head-dress above fillet missing ; ears damaged. oo8i. Head-dress (type a) has L. rosette and curl preserved; L. car complete with rosette ; R. ear gone ; head posed as in Mi. xi. oor. Chin to crown, 0078 and oo8z za"; 0079 and 0080 2$".
Mi. xi. 0082. Stucco relief head of old woman laughing, as Mi. xi. 3. Lobe of L. ear, most of rosette on R., and head-dress above fillet missing. Chin to crown zr. .
Mi. xi. 0083.- Stucco relief fig. from mould like Mi. xi. 005. Broken below hips, and arms broken at elbows; nose damaged. H. 6i". Pl. CXXXIII.
Mi. xi. 0084. Stucco relief fig. like Mi. xi. 005, but from"different mould, being slighter in proportion. Broken at neck and hips. No rosettes. R. arm bent up, broken at wrist. L. arm broken above elbow. Backing has clearly been fitted to a corner. H. 31" ; across shoulders 3'.
Mi. xj. 0085. Stucco relief fig. ; torso like Mi. xxvi. ooz, bent towards L. • p. below waist. Broken at neck and below hips. Arms outstretched to sides, holding out mantle, but R. arm broken above elbow and L. by shoulder;' wears loin-cloth. H. I '. Pi. CXXXV.
Mi. xi. oo86. Stucco relief fig. of type *Mi. xi. oo ; lower part. Broken at waist and just below knees. Drapery below hips knotted in front. H. 5r.
Mi. xi. 0087. Stucco relief fr. Flaming jewel, perhaps finial to halo of large fig. Jewel circular, the upper part
marked off by a crescent-shaped groove embracing the lower part, and surrounded by waving flames which rise to a point above. For others, see Mi. x. 0022-3 ; xi. oo88. H. 5r", gr. width 44".
Mi. xi. oo88. Stucco relief fr. Finial like Mi. xi. 0087. Flames more numerous and smaller in proportion. Jewel circular within circular ring. H. 31', gr. width 3". PI CXXXVII.
Mi. xi. 0089-92. Four stucco relief frs. of conventional foliage; a frond, the tip curling to a spiral, the outer edge bordered by subsidiary spirals. 3" x z4". 0089, Pl. CxxxvII.
Mi. xi. 0093. Stucco relief head, of placid conventional type like *Mi. xi. oo, etc., but on a large scale. Top-knot, probably of type a, broken above fillet. Lobes of both ears gone. Traces of blue paint on hair and red on face. Chin to crown 34'.
Mi. xi. 0094. Stucco relief fr. of conventional foliage, type of Mi. xi. 0089 ; main spiral bordered on outside by three rows of close twisted ribbed spirals, the rows painted red, black, and red. 3" x 24". PI. CXXXVII.
Mi. xi. oog5. Stucco relief head of grotesque type, half-human and half-bestial. Snub nose, ears pointed at top. Hair streaming upwards in straight locks. Eyes mere lumps outlined by oval incisions. Above (R.) and below (L.) appear L. and R. hand holding open the jaws, through which is being vomited or swallowed a skull with overhanging eyebrows and showing twenty teeth. Bottom of ears lost. H. 4'; H. of open jaw ri". Pl. CXXXIII.
Mi. xi. oog6. Stucco relief fig. of ascetic. Head, both forearms, ,and all below hips missing. Cloak behind shoulders, jewel-bands, and baldric precisely as in Mi. xi. 0064. Girdle-knot on each hip and top of skirt preserved. Fig. grotesquely emaciated ; cf. xi. 0097. Both forearms held forward. H. 9" ; across shoulders 4g". Pl. CXXXIII.
Mi. xi. 0097. Stucco relief fig. of ascetic (?). Head and part of chest to waist preserved. Body emaciated as in xi. 0096, with baldric, etc., but cloak comes over L. shoulder and hides L. side of body. Head, tilted slightly back, has high domed forehead from which hair is brushed up in a peak ; from the sides, hair is brushed down behind ears. Brows drawn together, puckering forehead, and highly arched ; eyes fairly open. Mouth long, deeply dimpled ; upturned corners ; deep creases from nostrils to lips. On chin short ` imperial' which mingles with fringe of hair that outlines lower jaw. L. side of lower jaw missing. Blackened by fire. Chin to crown 3". Pl. CXXXIII.
Mi. xi. 0098. Stucco relief fig. Torso of type *Mi. xi. oo, but instead of the usual rosettes skulls are used. On body alone there were eight (one hanging from necklace, three on each hand, and one where bands cross); of these three are missing. Broken at neck and by hips ; both