Agora Object: P 33822
Inventory Number:   P 33822
Section Number:   Ψ 1179
Title:   Jug
Category:   Pottery
Description:   About two-thirds preserved, mended up. One side of body and opposite side of rim and upper neck missing.
Low-bellied ovoid body on a hollow "raised" base, made within a molding device. Fairly thin-walled for its size. Bottom concave with knob at center. High neck, narrow at bottom, widening gently to a plain rim. Thick vertical handle with median groove, from outside of rim to shoulder; applied triangular strip on top, bearing three plus two relief knobs, part-punched. Imitation rivets on handle. At base of handle, a punched ring. Body undecorated.
Brown Asia Minor ware, highly micaceous and flaky, with remains of a polished wash on exterior, fired yellow-gold where preserved. Core fired red-brown in parts.
Context: early V cent. AD, about 400 AD; cf. P 34034 for context, P 11298 for type.
Notes:   Added 11 July 2001.
Context:   Well
Handling:   Monitor for salts.
Notebook Page:   886-888
PD Number:   PD 3083-448, DA 10157
Dimensions:   H. 0.34; Diam. (body) 0.206, (base) 0.080
Material:   Ceramic
Date:   11 April 1938.
Section:   Ψ
Grid:   Ψ:24/ΝΗ
Elevation:   -12--12m.
Masl:   -12m.
Deposit:   Q 18:2
Lot:   Lot Ψ 68
Basket:   6-8
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Agora XXXII, no. 1485, fig. 45.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:P 34034
    Agora:Object:P 11298
References:   Publication: Agora XXXII
Drawing: PD 3083-448 (DA 10157)
Image: 2007.01.2684
Image: 2007.01.2685
Image: 2007.01.2686
Deposit: Q 18:2
Lot: Ψ 68
Notebook: Ψ-5
Notebook: Ψ-8
Notebook Page: Ψ-5-48 (pp. 887-888)
Notebook Page: Ψ-8-28 (pp. 1442-1443)
Card: P 33822