[Agora Object] P 14812: Black Glaze Skyphos

Mended from many pieces. Considerable portions of rim, body and one of handles missing, but profile complete. Restored in plaster. Slightly in-turned rim. Body tapers toward bottom; flaring foot. Black ... March 1939

[Agora Object] P 14813: Lekythos Fragment

Broken above and below. Head and neck of a figure, and neck of vase preserved. Wreathed head with curling locks hanging over shoulder. Stub of handle at back. Much white, and some yellow over it, on ... March 1939

[Agora Object] P 14815: Bowl Fragment

A single fragment, broken all around, preserves part of a stemmed bowl(?), the lower part of bowl and start of stem. Interior plain, unglazed; exterior, thick creamy buff slip, designs in slightly lustrous ... March 1939

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[Agora Object] P 14816: Pyxis with Lid

Mended from many pieces; the lid complete except for a chip from the knob, the tip of the handle, and small chips; the bowl complete save for a few small bits of wall and rim, and chips to the surface ... 22 April 1939

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[Agora Object] P 14817: Pyxis with Lid

Pyxis mended from many pieces; about two-thirds of rim and wall, and part of the floor, missing; two non-joining fragments of the lid remain. Low round-bodied pyxis on low ring foot; flange for lid inset ... 22 April 1939

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[Agora Object] P 14818: Pyxis Lid

Mended from several pieces; complete save for a few small bits. A shallow domed lid, from the center of which rises a stout horizontally-ridged stem, on which is set a two-handled cup with straight lip ... 22 April 1939

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[Agora Object] P 14819: Amphora

Mended from many pieces; much missing; restored in plaster except for the lip, which was broken or cut off neatly all around. Heavy flaring ring foot; broad eggy body; straight neck (the lip missing) ... February 1939

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[Agora Object] P 14820: Unguentarium

Intact. Drop-shaped body, flattened at the bottom; tall neck with out-turned lip. Pinkish-brown clay; lip and upper part of neck dipped in thin black glaze. Fill with tiles. Leica ... 17 April 1939