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April 2011 (115.2)
* Unless otherwise noted in the figure caption, images are by the authors. Image Gallery figures are not edited by AJA to the same level as the published article’s figures.
Fig. 1. Unusual stone foundation to the north of Wall 673 (i.e., outside the palace).
Fig. 2. Painted plaster fragment (2119–7) with red or brown paint in a miniature style, from area D-West.
Fig. 3. Suggested reconstruction and placement of Fragment 2119–7 from area D-West, as part of a hilltop within the landscape depicted in a miniature composition.
Fig. 4. Joining fragments (3055–15a, 3055–16f) of painted wall fresco, with blue, white, and black decoration, from area D-South.
Fig. 5. Joining fragments (3055–10, 3055–15) of painted wall fresco, with blue, white, and black decoration, from area D-South.
Fig. 6. Plaster fresco fragment (3055–16c) with red, blue, and white paint, from area D-South.
Fig. 7. Fragment (3055–13a) of thick white plaster decorated with a dark band, perhaps brown or black, possibly a fragment from a painted floor, from area D-South.
Fig. 8. Fragments (3055–16b, 3055–16d) of painted wall fresco, with red, orange (or yellow), and black decoration, from area D-South.
Supplemental images for “New Fragments of Aegean-Style Painted Plaster from Tel Kabri, Israel,” by Eric H. Cline, Assaf Yasur-Landau, and Nurith Goshen
American Journal of Archaeology Volume 115, Number 2 (April 2011)
Published online at www.ajaonline.org/imagegallery/847
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