it, a wreath. The surface is divided into panels. (1) Incomplete arrow-points arranged in pyramid. The angle filled in with parallel lines. (2) In a small medallion, figure of a couchant animal facing to right. (3) The cruciform ornament) a simpler form than No. 17. (Page 207, Fig. 2.)

20. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. Portions of three- panels remain. (1) The cruciform ornament. (2) A combat between gladiators. One of them a Thrax stands in the attitude of victory. His small shield is raised albft in his left hand, in his right he bears his short sword. Both his legs are protected by ocreae. On the ground beneath are tufts of herbage. His adversary, fallen on his knee, holds up his left hand in an appeal for mercy. A twisted stem rising from the ground separates the two figures. The impressions are worn and poor. (3) Panel with tendril at the angle. The seated figure with a lyre doubtless represents Apollo. Below, three rows of arrow-points. (Page 207, Fig. 4.)

21. Bowl (Dragendorff 37). Largely restored. Egg and tassel moulding. A wreath, below which the surface is divided into panels. (1) Incomplete. Arrow-points in pyramid with the angle filled in with lines. (2) A lion galloping to right (Déchelette 747) over herbage; above it, a tendril ending in a pointed leaf. (3) A boar galloping over herbage to left (Déchelette 837). The two animals are separated by an oiject suggesting an incomplete form bf the cruciform ornament. Lower still, a band of S-shaped ornament. La Graufesenque. (Plate XLI., Fig. 14.)

22 and 23. Fragments of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). A hound running to right. Beneath it on a label, the stamp FRONTINI. Lower down, a band of oval ornaments. (Page 209, Figs. 1 and 4.)

24. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. The bowl has been decorated with a double frieze. In the upper, a line of festoons and tassels. In the lower, probably foliage. (Page 209, Fig. 2.)

25. Small fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 30). Portions of two figures, wearing short tunics, walking to left. One of them bears an object conical in outline but somewhat indistinct. Déchelette (577) recognises in this figure (which is of common occurrence) 'one of those bearers of cakes represented in scenes of sacrifice in the Hellenistic epoch.' La Graufesenque. (Page 209, Fig. 3.) See also page 215, Fig. 6.

26. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Curved stem, ending in long pointed leaves, beneath which hangs a stem branching into three and terminating in poppy heads. (Page 209, Fig. 5.)

27. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. The ornament below is arranged in a double frieze. In the upper, which is the wider, a scroll with leaves, resembling oak, and tendrils framing festoons with birds. In the lower frieze, a band of festoon and tassel, in which birds are introduced facing alternately right and left. Beneath it, a wreath. (Page 209, Fig. 6.)