[Agora Object] P 14964: Bowl Fragment with Rouletting

A single fragment preserves the profile from rim to floor of a Pergamene bowl. Plain rim, outward-flaring side. Bottom flat as far as preserved. Rouletting on floor. The glaze dark; somewhat worn. Cistern, ... 3 May 1939

[Agora Object] P 14965: Bowl

A single fragment preserves the heavy ring foot and the lower part of the side, which flares outward toward the top, of a Samian B bowl. Small circular groove at center of floor. Micaceous clay; glaze ... 3 May 1939


[Agora Object] P 14968: Red Figure Cup Fragment

A single fragment preserves part of the plain rim. On exterior, the back and part of the head and left arm of a nude youth slightly bent forward, a discobolos? Red fillet. Hairline reserved. Relief contour ... 3 May 1939


[Agora Object] P 14969: Red Figure Krater Fragments

Two non-joining fragments preserve part of wall. a) Part of a leg and part of a short broadly pleated chiton. Relief contour for back of leg. b) Part of the knee(?). Some interor drawing in dilute glaze ... 3 May 1939


[Agora Object] P 14972: Black Glaze Mug

Mended from many fragments; small fragments of lip and wall missing. Deep cup on broad projecting disk ring foot; vertical lip, inset, very slightly concave; vertical band handle attached at lip. Excellent ... 6 May 1939


[Agora Object] P 14973: Stemmed Dish with Graffito

Mended from several pieces; complete save chip of rim. An open bowl with plain rim, thickened and slightly incurved stem and foot like a kylix. Graffito under foot: Red glaze except on outer edge and ... 6 May 1939

[Agora Object] P 14977: Red Figure Oinochoe Fragment

A single small fragment broken all around preserves part of the wall of an oinochoe; thin streaky glaze inside. Part of the arm and shoulder of a woman preserved, the sleeve of her chiton reaching to the ... 6 May 1939

[Agora Object] P 14979: Bowl

About half preserved; the profile complete. Low raised base set off from wall by broad groove; rounded lower wall; upper wall nearly vertical, with slightly flaring lip, set off from lower wall by two ... 30 March 1939