Amphora 2 arch handles. Description from Matteucig (1951): Jar; height: 18.2 cm; diameter: 21 cm (see Matteucig's plate X, 1). Italo-Geometric. Clay red, well purified; buff slip; dark brown paint. Low neck with flat lip; rounded body on flat base; round vertical handles. Two narrow bands on lip, one on neck; on shoulder, a metopal design of six vertical stripes alternating with solid triangles pointed downward; on the center of the body, evidence of dots surrounded by a circle; rays around bottom. Vase restored from six fragments; paint peeling off. Cf. Not. Sc., 1903, p. 164, fig. 45, for a somewhat similar example from the Roman Forum, tomb D.