Agora Object: Agora XII, no. 36
Dimensions:   H. 0.262; diam. 0.205.
Chronology:   Ca. 500 B.C.
Deposit:   Q 12:3
Bibliography:   Pots and Pans, fig. 20, left.
Published Number:   AV 12.36
References:   Object: P 24641
Ring foot with two torus mouldings at the edge. Straight stem. Mouth flanged to receive a lid, the vertical projecting edge bevelled. The handles are double tubes, vertically pierced for string. Reserved: the vertical projecting edge of the mouth, the upper moulding of the foot. Glaze fired red in parts.

For the glazed string holes see P 1324 G 6:3-U Hesperia, XV, 1946, pl. 65, 264; CB, ii, p. 8, B 12, which, however, has a slight pattern of tongues on the shoulder and is perhaps from the same shop as New York 60.11.6: Bull. Metr. Mus. XIX, 1960-61, p. 155, fig. 5. Other string holes: P 1324 bis G 6:3-U Hesperia, XV, 1946, pl. 64, 265; CB, ii, p. 8, B 22, double, unglazed; and P 16771 G 6:3-U Hesperia, XV, 1946, pl. 65, 266; CB, ii, p. 8, B 24, single, unglazed.