Agora Object: P 539
Inventory Number:   P 539
Section Number:   ΣΤ 521
Title:   Clay Disk
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Nearly circular fragment from plaque; a bit of the lower edge of the plaque preserved.
Hind legs of animal with dot rosettes. Accessory purple; incised line between haunches.
Pale pinkish-buff clay. Faintly lustrous black paint.
ADDENDA Part of a chariot, wheel and pole. Resembles closely Corinthian or Black Figure plaques found elsewhere (cf. Melian vase, Pfuhl (1923), fig. 110).
Cf. New York Nessos amphora for the drawing of the feet. Dated in the 3rd quarter of the 7th c. B.C.
Context:   Upper geometric layer.
Negatives:   Leica, 80-43-31, 78-10-1, 78-10-3, 78-10-32, 3-20, 81-528, 81-580
Dimensions:   Diam. ca. 0.053; P.Th. 0.01
Chronology:   3rd quarter of 7th c. B.C.
Date:   30-31 March 1932
Section:   ΣΤ
Grid:   ΣΤ:45-46/Κ-ΚΒ
Deposit:   H 17:4
Period:   Protoattic
Bibliography:   Hesperia 2 (1933), p. 604, no. 268, fig. 71.
    Agora VIII, no. 571.
    Agora XXIII, no. 1936, pl. 123.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:Pfuhl (1923), fig. 110.
References:   Publication: Agora VIII
Publication: Agora XXIII
Publication: Hesperia 2 (1933)
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Images (4)
Deposit: H 17:4
Card: P 539
Card: P 539