Sec. ii] LIST OF OBJECTS FROM
F. I. b. 005. Bronze bezel of ring, hollowed with toothed edge to take round stone isu" diam. Diam. c.
F. x. b. oo6. Stucco relief plaque of seated Buddha in attitude of meditation. No halo ; circular vesica composed of single lotus flower, radiating petals. No features and no traces of paint left. Much of white ground remains. Red clay, plentifully mixed with fibre. Diam. 2".
F. 1. b. 007. Stucco relief fr. of seated Buddha. L. knee raised ; vesica and throne destroyed. Dark grey paint for dress, and traces of pink for face ; features gone. To R. edge trace of green on fr. of vesica. Red clay mixed with fibre. 2" x Is".
F. 1. b. oo8. Fresco fr. ; on R., against parti-coloured background—below red, above emerald green—is well-drawn head 4 L. Flesh pink, shaded with red, and high lights in heavy white. On each cheek two short black lines, near together, convex towards centre of face. Two similar marks in centre of forehead. Head-dress falls behind ears in flat bands cut square at shoulder level. Three-row pearl necklace, and pearls from head in front of L. ear. Upper part of head missing ; prob. a woman's. Traces of further painting on L. 5" X 3".
F. xi. oox. Wooden hair-comb, rectarg., with double set of teeth of different finenesses, one on each side of middle rib, which is decorated on each side with two bands of incised lines. Teeth somewhat broken. Western type; cf. Berlin. Kön. Museen, Allchrisl. Bildwerke, iii. Pl. X. 301. 2 6' X 2r.
F. u. 002. Wooden hair-comb with rounded top. Teeth a little broken. 24" x 2k".
F. n. i.1. Pottery fr. of cylindrical neck of vessel. Fine red pottery, hand-made. Half an inch below lip is single band of cable-moulding ; below this, double band of same. Beneath this again perpendicular fluting. H. 2*'.
F. u. i. 2. Pottery fr. from neck of vessel. Light red ware, hand-made. Rim plain; then frieze of appliqué ornaments (balusters ?) defaced. Second frieze of jewel ornaments. 2' X 21-76".
F. II. i. 3. Pottery fr., fine, dark red. At top, appliqué moulding ornament by series of notches; below this, frieze of jewel ornaments, oval, with bead rim settings, appliqué. 2A" x 114".
F. 11. i. 4. Pottery fr. from neck of vessel. Hard red ware, wheel-made, lip slightly everted. i - ' x xi".
F. u. i.. 5. Terra-cotta fr. of model of phallus. Length 21r
F. u. i. 6. Werra-cotta fr. of neck and forepart of
winged-horse handle. Cf. Yo. 0015. f, type b. Length 2g"
F. u. i. oor. Mass of ex-voto fabrics and Bràhmi paper manuscript remains eaten by mice, found at foot of image niche. Débris only. Contains scraps of plain silk fabrics, purple and green.
F. n. i. 002. Terra-cotta appliqué orn., grotesque head of Silenus' type. Prominent eyebrows, frown, and wrinkles ; fat cheeks and smiling mouth. Beard treated like Mi. xi. 00104, ears like dog's. Broken above forehead; recalls Egyptian Bes type. 28"x Iâ".
F. u. i;. 003. Clay sealing with impression from circular convex gem. Broken, lower L. part of impression missing. Hunting scene : in centre, man on horseback galloping R. Behind horse a lioness, rearing straight up with uplifted talons. The rider turns his body front ; L. hand raised to head, R. hand lifted holding sword that disappears behind his shoulder. Below horse a goat or deer (forequarters only remain) running R.
Composition shows classical influence (attitude of fig. closely resembles that in ° Alexander's hunt ' scenes), but workmanship poor. Great use of drill ; details coarse.
Cf. Furtwängler, Antike Gemmen, Taf. xi. 5. Clay sealing I "x t' ; impression ; diam. 14'. Pl. v.
F. u. i. 004. Clay sealing ; sq. with oval impression, round which are marks of setting, viz. four round bosses joined each by four smaller sq. nail-heads. Impression
shows female bust, very careful work. Head R.,
R. cheek and eye defaced. Hair worn in heavy roll round brows, and indicated by fine lines upwards over roll to crown of head. Tassel-shaped ear-rings. Tightfitting tunic with folds shown over breast, but collar cut low. Classical influence faint; cf. perhaps Furtwängler, Antike Gemmen, Taf. xviii. 46 and lxi. 74, for hair.
Seal 18" sq., impression B" x Pl. V.
F. n. i. 005. Carved wooden niche panel. Above, projecting moulding plain ; below, row of vandykes bordered by plain mouldings. Triangles between them are bevelled away each side of the perpendicular by two
incised chevrons. 3' 5*'-x 4" x 6" (orig. thickness). Pl.
F. z1. ii. ox. Carved wooden double-bracket or cantilever, with socket in centre for head of post which remains broken in the hole.
Side elevalion : architrave 2" wide, divided horizontally into (1) flat bead distinguished by (2) a triangular groove
from (3) a bevel (c. 45°), 1 wide below, which is a rect-
angular billet moulding, each billet 2*" long with 8" interval containing prism shape. Below this is an abacus 22" long, surmounted by secondary architrave of its own length, having I" projection. This is 4" below the main architrave, and consists of (i) flat bead with sq. undercut; (2) quarter round moulding 1" wide ; (3) billeted moulding resembling that above, but with members .only 2' long.
Below this the abacus has plain depth of 3g" ; its sides are square, but, at base, profile shows central flat 7' long. From this a cavetto c. 3o° and 5' long turning into half-round and again to vertical flat forming at end of abacus a dentil 1' wide. This space is partly filled on a lower plane by an egg-moulding (seen in profile) which characterizes the under face of abacus. On either side of abacus