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[Agora Object] P 8842: Black Glaze Olpe with Graffito

Much of mouth and body and handle missing. Flat bottom. Elongated ovoid body, convex-concave contiguous with neck; flaring mouth. Handle, lip to point of greatest circumference. Restored in plaster. Pink ... 27-29 May 1936 ... Agora

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 23, s. 56, p. 40

Gorgon Painter. Amasis Painter. Oinochoai; Olpai; Mouth Not Trefoil. Kriton Group. ABV 446. Leningrad St. 55. Swing Painter. Agora XII, p. 77. ABV 310. Bohr, Schaukelmaler, pl. 144. Athens, N.M. 19176 ... Agora 23 40 ... Agora XII, p. 78 ... Agora XII, p. 77

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 559

Foot, floor and start of wall. Flaring ring foot, a reserved groove in the resting surface. Lower part of wall concave; a reserved groove at its junction with the upper part of the wall. Glazed underside, ... 380-350 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1960

Vertical rim, unpierced spout. Similar, from the same deposit, P 2359 Hesperia, IV, 1935, ibid., 78 ... Context ca. 440-425 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1998

Plain rim; two suspension holes. Cooking ware. From the same deposit two banded examples, like 1995: P 18977-78. The toy epinetron Athens 11735: A.J.A., XLIX, 1945, p. 490, no. 41, is of the same make ... Context ca. 425-400 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1114

Foot, handle, neck and mouth missing. Shoulder black, body banded for about two-thirds of its length, glazed below. Glaze fired red in places. There are a number of lekythoi decorated with reserved bands ... Ca. 500 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 628

Sessile, with high handles. Spreading ring foot with torus outer face and flat resting surface; strap handles, having a spur and a strut, rise above the rim. The body consists of a rounded lower wall ... Ca. 450 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1307

Chipped. Lid. Raised disc beneath, inset disc above, with raised edge. Reserved: underside and top of edge. Two other lids of this shape, P 78 and P 19958, have no contexts ... Ca. 450 B.C ... Agora