[Agora Notebook Page] Φ-9-53 (pp. 1697-1698)

Lagynos: West Slope. Cistern. Pithos Fragments. Burial. Jug. Well. Agora V, Group M, Layer XIII ... Φ-9 1697, 1698 P 31967 P 32505 P 33031 Lot Φ 71 O 17:5 M 16-17:1 M 17:1.13 92-11-26 92-11-27 92-11-28 92-12-5 P 31967 P 32505 P 33031 ... August 1957 ... Agora V, Group M, Layer XIII


[Agora Notebook Page] Φ-9-62 (pp. 1715-1716)

Mug Fragment: Slip-coated with Fine Gouging. Well. Robinson, Agora V, Group M, Later IV or V. Stamped Amphora Handle: Thasian. Early Geometric Cooking Pot. Burial. Black Gloss bowl with Outturned Rim ... Φ-9 1715, 1716 P 35278 SS 15115 P 36061 P 36695 Lot Φ 63 Lot Φ 13 Lot Φ 181 M 17:1 M 17:3 O 17:5 P 35278 SS 15115 P 36061 P 36695 ... Early-mid 3rd A.D ... Robinson, Agora V, Group M, Later IV or V ... Agora 029, no. 943


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 81, p. 65

Attic Lamps; Lamps of the 7th and 8th Centuries. Agora, II, p. 85. Export of Attic Lamps in Roman Times. Fill. Well. Agora V, Group M, pl. 46. M. Thompson, "Some Unpublished Bronze Money of the Early Eighth ... Agora 7 65 Q 13:4 M-Q 17-21 M 17:1 ... Agora V, Group M, pl. 46 ... Agora, II, p. 85 ... M. Thompson, "Some Unpublished Bronze Money of the Early Eighth Century,"


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 242, p. 226

Well. Agora, IV, p. 239. Howland type 44 C. Hesperia, Suppl. IV, p. 101. Cistern. Howland type 37 B. Fill. Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 42. Howland type 52 H. Other. Hesperia, XXI, 1952, p. 110. Howland type ... Agora 7 226 G 8:1 J 18:2 G 11:2 G 11:1 H 11:1 K 9-10:1 H-I 12:1 K 18:1 I 12:1 K 20:1 I 16:1 M 17:1 J 11-12:1 J 12:1 M 18:1 M 18:3 J 12:2 J 18:1 M 19:1 ... 15 A.D.-2nd half of 1st A.D ... Agora, V, Group M ... Agora, IV, p. 239 ... Agora, IV, p. 242


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 245, p. 229

Index. General Index. A-. Athena. Abaskantos. Achilles. Athens. Athena Promachos. Shrine of Demos and the Graces. Aegean area. Dipoleia. Africa. Hephaisteion cult statue. Agapios. Herulian destruction ... Agora 7 229 N 19:1 D 4:1 P 8:1 C 12:1 Q 15:1 F 19:1 M 17:1 ... Agora, V, Group M ... Agora, V, Groups ... Agora, V, Group F


[Agora Deposit] M 17:1: Well

Use filling of middle of 1st to late 6th c. (Roman Group M); dumped filling of 9th and 10th c. Down to a depth of about 21.00m. the fill of the well contained very few objects, the latest of them being ... 1st-6th c. A.D ... Agora


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 252, p. 242

Type 25 A Prime; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases; Unglazed. Type 25 D Prime; Flat Tops; Heavy Bases; Unglazed. Type 27 A; Small Lamps with Central Tubes; Small Blunt Nozzles; Flat Rims. Type 29 A; Lamps with ... Agora 4 242 I 9:1 M 17:4 F-G 12:1 H 12:9 M 18:1 I 14:1 M 20:1 I 16:4 M 20:3 I 16:5 M 21:1 I 17:2 J 14:3 N 7:3 J 18:4 N 18:2 N 18:3 J 18:8 N 18:6 M 11:3 N 19:1 M 17:1 ... Middle of 1st A.D ... Agora V, Roman Group M

[Agora Deposit] M 19:1: Cistern and Channel

The cistern at 70/ΝΗ and the channel [65/ΞΑ] between chambers 70/ΝΗ and 63/ΞΒ seem to have a uniform dumped filling of first half 2nd c. A.D ... First half of 2nd c. A.D ... Agora


[Agora Image] 2000.06.0179 (LIX-64)

Terracotta antefixes from Roman Groups Kand M and other context ... Misc Horizontal (normal) ... Terracotta antefixes from Roman Groups Kand M and other context.

[Agora Deposit] M 20:1: Cistern

Two Hellenistic fills with late Hellenistic to Roman fill above. Subdivisions: .1=top and intermediate fills, to 2.00m. .2=middle fill .3=bottom fill ... February 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Image] 2000.06.0180 (LIX-65)

Terracotta plastic antefixes from Roman Groups K and M, also examples of similar types from other contexts ... Misc Horizontal (normal) ... Terracotta plastic antefixes from Roman Groups K and M, also examples of

[Agora Deposit] M 18:1: Well

Filling of a well on the lower north slopes of the Areopagus, dug early in the 1st c. B.C. [construction fill]; in use into the the 2nd c. A.D.[well fill] (H Ms.) No apparent stratification. Coins: 17 ... 2nd c. A.D ... Agora


[Agora Publication] Pottery of the Roman Period: Chronology

Robinson, H. S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... A group of closed deposits, ranging in date from the 1st century B.C. to the early 7th century A.D., provide evidence for the relative and absolute chronology of pottery used during many centuries of Roman ... 1959 ... Agora


[Agora Deposit] M 21:1: Komos Cistern

Komos Cistern at 66/Κ Coins: 14 May 1947 #1-#5 15 May 1947 #1-#4 16 May 1947 #1-#5 17 May 1947 #1-#4 19 May 1947 #1 20 May 1947 #1 21 May 1947 #1 24 May 1947 #1 19 June 1947 #1-#2 21 June 1947 #1-#11 23 ... Last quarter of 3rd c. B.C.-early 2nd century B.C ... Agora


[Agora Deposit] M 17:2: Damaged urn cremation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave XVI: PG). Bones discarded. Only the lower portion of the urn-hole was preserved in bedrock, roughly oval in outline, with a maximum preserved width at the top of 0.70m narrowing ... Late Protogeometric/Early Geometric I ... Agora

[Agora Object] SS 7213: Stamped Amphora Handle: Knidian

Anchor. Cxt: Robinson group M(VG)*Dte: SS 07213 is not contemporary w/ this fill(VG 28.ix.79)* Well. Ἐπὶ Ἐπιφάνευς Ἀρισταγόρα Κνιδι( anchor pt l (Σ lunate, Ο solid) Leica ... 24 March 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Deposit] E 15:1: Well A

Well shaft cut through a cistern channel which was then packed with three amphorae (P 3123, P 3125, P 4201) of 1st or at latest early 2nd c. A.D. (These three amphorae could be considered with F 15:2) ... 3rd-4th c. A.D ... Agora


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 25, s. 181, p. 163

Deposit Summaries. Pit. Group E 2. Cistern. Well. Agora IV. Agora XXII. Ostraka. Group E 1. Group E 18. Group E 24. Group E 1a. Group E 28. Group E 13. Group M 1. Group E 19. Fill. Group M 2. Agora XII ... Agora 25 163 C 18:11 A 18:1 B 21:26 A 18-19:1 B 22:4 C 9:6 C 18:4 B 18:15 B 19:7 D 7:2 D 10:1 B 19:11 D 12:1 B 19:13 ... Group M 1 ... Group M 2 ... Group E 2


[Agora Drawing] PD 1162 (DA 3406)

Collecting basin and drain; plan and section ... J.T.? ... HSR group K ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 2266: Bowl with Graffito

Mended from three pieces. All of the rim is preserved intact, the lower part of the vase is missing; restored in plaster (on the basis of P 13071). Round Roman bowl with slightly flaring rim, with ridge ... 16 June 1933 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 9914: Miniature Kantharos

One handle and part of base missing; minor fractures. Low solid conical foot; small bulging body; very high "neck"; flaring mouth. Buff clay. Dull red glaze rather flaked. Μικρόσωμος κάνθαρος. Λείπουν ... 7 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 9917: Pot

Intact. Rather roughly made. Flat bottom; plain flaring lip. Ribbing on body. Pinkish clay. Buff slip. Well, container 85. Leica, LXIII-72 DA 12170 ... 7 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 9924: Jar

Fragment of lip missing; otherwise intact. An open-mouthed pot with out-turned lip, two vertical grooved handles and a small flat bottom. Clay pinkish to buff. Unglazed. Well, container 89. Leica DA 10348 ... 8 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 10043: Stamnos

Intact, save minor fractures. Low ring foot; rounded body; out-turned rim; two small horizontal handles under rim. Reddish clay. Very thin reddish glaze on upper part of body and on rim. Well, container ... 8 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 11550: Jug

Mouth and part of body missing. Bottle-shaped with slightly raised, flat bottom. Clay flaky, pinkish. Traces of light buff slip. Well, container 2. Leica, LXIV-10 DA 12200 ... 1 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 11593: Bowl Fragment with Paint Decoration

Two joining fragments preserve part of the rim of a keel-rimmed bowl, with white spirals on exterior. Rather flaky red glaze on interior and on exterior below rim. Late Roman D Bowl. Well, container ... 6 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 11598: Cup Fragment: Ribbed

Fragments of lip missing; also all of bottom; possibly neck of pot? Flaring rim. Grooves around outside; ribbed body. Once white inside and out? Dull pink clay, somewhat blackened. ADDENDA Not local ... 6 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 11619: Bowl

Rim entirely missing; also some of body. Ring foot; body broader below than above. Good red glaze on inside and on outside down almost to ring foot; hence probably an open bowl, perhaps with flat-topped, ... 7 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 11635: Oinochoe Fragment

A single fragment preserves the mouth, neck, upper part of body and stub of handle. Buff clay and slip. Complements P 11636 (Φ 601). Well, container 94. Leica DA 10377 ... 9 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 11652: Mortar Fragment

A single fragment preserves the complete profile except for the outer edge of the rim. An open basin with flat, grooved bottom, flaring sides and rim which projects horizontally. Clay gray at core, pinkish ... 15 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 22007: Lid

Chips from top of handle and from rim missing. Domed lid with high tapering knob which was apparently not smoothly finished on top. Orange-buff clay. Unglazed. Well, container 59. Leica, LXIII-84, LXIII-84bis ... 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 21997: Pitcher

Handle missing, otherwise intact. Restored in plaster. Ring foot; ovoid body; shoulder concave and rounding up into neck; trefoil lip; originally had vertical ridged handle arching above lip and attached ... 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 9786: Oinochoe

About half of lip missing; otherwise intact. Plump body tapering slightly to flat bottom; round neck with slightly projecting trefoil lip; lightly grooved handle. Broad shallow wheel grooves on neck; sharper ... 2 April 1937 ... Agora

[Agora Object] P 11641: Jar

Part of one handle and fragments of mouth and body missing. Restored in plaster. Round bottom; body and neck form continuous curve; wide mouth. Clay buff, rather gritty and micaceous. Remains of pale ... 14 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 11648: Oinochoe with Paint Decoration

Top of handle and fragments of mouth and body missing; restored in plaster. Ring foot; pear-shaped body; narrow neck; bell mouth with trefoil lip; high grooved handle. "Decorated" with vertical stripes ... 14-15 April 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 8654: Bowl

Side missing. Mended and restored in plaster. Inturned sides. Ring base. Groove on belly. Covered inside and partially outside with thin black paint, running to red on outside. Tan clay, hard fired. ... 2 May 1936 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 7307: Oinochoe

Bell-mouthed oinochoe. Large fragment missing from front of lip. Plump squat body on ring foot. Strap handle, shoulder to neck just below side of mouth. Narrow neck, bulging mouth finished with trefoil ... 3 April 1936 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 20549: Jug

Mended from many pieces, few pieces from side, from handle and chips on rim missing. Round-bodied pitcher with tall narrow neck, flat-topped lip; grooved strap handle; ring foot. Buff clay; matte black ... 11 June 1947 ... Agora


[Agora Object] P 21609: Jug with Incised Decoration

Lip and fragments of body missing; base does not join; restored in plaster. Coated with mastic. Plump-bodied jug on flat base; flaring rim; vertical strap handle, grooved. Base decorated with grooves in ... May 1937 ... Agora


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 243, p. 227

Well. Hesperia, VIII, 1939, pp. 214, 216-217. Cistern. Howland type 39. Fill. Howland type 44 D. Hesperia, XXIV, 1955, p. 283, no. 6. Other. Howland type 40 A. Agora, IV, pp. 242-243. Agora, V, Group H, ... Agora 7 227 M 20:2 N 21:1 M-Q 17-21 O 17:1 O 17:4 O 18:1 O 18:3 N 13:1 O 20:1 N 15:1 P 7:4 N 17:2 P 8:1 N 19:1 P 18:1 P 18:2 N 19:2 Q 7:3 N 20:3 N 20:5 Q 13:1 Q 13:3 ... Early 1st-Late 5th A.D ... Agora, V, Group H, pp. 46-49 ... Agora, V, Group F, pp. 10-21 ... Agora, IV, pp. 242-243