Standing female figure from a tomb, moulded and hand-sculptured wearing narrow-sleeved surcoat, long dress tied above waist and headscarf tied at back. Her right hand is bent in front of her slightly bumpy belly. The body is cream earthenware, covered with white slip, highlighted with red and black pigment under crackled clear lead glaze, only traces of which remain.
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