[Agora Object] L 2385: Lamp

The handle missing, and a chip from the nozzle. Plain wheel made lamp, with shallow concave discus and small central filling hole. Large oval wick hole; roughly triangular nozzle. Underneath, part of the ... 16 May 1936 ... Agora

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 124, p. 108

Attic Lamps; Lamps of the Late 1st Century Before Christ through the 2nd Century After Christ; Various Oddities. Broneer 42, p. 34, fig. 16. Broneer 288, p. 60, fig. 26. Agora, IV, 482. Well. Cistern ... Agora 7 108 G 8:1 B 14:3 O 17:1 O 18:3 F 11:1 B 21:1 D 12:1 K 9-10:1 B 20:1 N 17:2 N 21:1 O 20:1 N 20:5 P 8:1 S 21:3 F 16:2 C 9:1 D 17:1 C 20:1 I 16:1 M 19:1 M 17:1 M 18:1 B 14:2 B 13:7 C 12:1 ... Late 1st-2nd A.D ... Agora, IV, 482 ... Agora, V, H 22, p. 49, pl. 45 ... Agora, V, H 21, p. 49, pl. 45

[Agora Object] L 482: Lamp

Miniature lamp. No handle. Continuous rim, with rounded body. Nozzle, flat on top; deep and broad. High base. Rather thin, lustrous black glaze, much flaked; base and lower front part of body, unglazed ... 30 March 1932 ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 482

Both handles and much of wall and rim missing. Spreading ring foot, lipped. Reserved: underside with band, circle and dot. Decoration inside: zone of enclosed circles, zone of linked palmettes, pattern ... Ca. 425 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1775

Slender disc foot, flaring profile. Ostrakon of Themistokles Phrearrios (482 B.C.) ... 482 B.C ... Agora

[Agora Object] L 1391: Lamp

Much of the side wall, and handle, missing. Low base ring; watch-shaped body; low depression around filling hole; nozzle has blunt, slightly flaring end; ribs on rim; plastic herringbone pattern on top ... 3-12 March 1934 ... Agora

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[Agora Publication] Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958 ... Agora

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 495

Moulded ring foot, grooved on underside; a scraped groove just above it. Ribbed wall. Reserved: resting surface and bands within the foot. Decoration inside: central rosette, zone of linked palmettes, ... Ca. 420 B.C ... Agora