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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 148, p. 132

Kübler, figs. 23, 45. Well. Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 16. Attic Lamps; Lamps of the 3rd and 4th Centuries; Figured Disk; Bull's Head. J.P. Shear, Hesperia, II, 1933, p. 278, no. 8. Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 301 ... Agora 7 132 B 411 B 415 D 12:1 P 18:2 O 17:4 ... Late 3rd A.D ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 16 ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 301 ... Hesperia, II, 1933, p. 208, fig. 8, 3

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 314

Flaring ring foot; horseshoe handles. Reserved: underside with glazed circle, band and dot; edge of foot; zone above foot decorated with lines; handle-panels; inside of rim. Added red: two lines below ... 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 340, fig. 8.

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 7, s. 134, p. 118

Attic Lamps; Lamps of the 3rd and 4th Centuries; Figured Disk; Hermes with Purse and Caduceus. Well. Shear, Athenian Imperial Coinage, pp. 312-313, fig. 21. Hesperia, VIII, 1939, p. 236, fig. 36. Hesperia, ... Agora 7 118 S 21:3 E 5:4 ... Mid 4th A.D ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 18, fig. 16 ... Hesperia, VIII, 1939, p. 236, fig. 36 ... Hesperia, VII, 1938, p. 355, fig. 43

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1550

Similar to 1549 but larger and heavier. Glazed inside; glaze wash outside. Beneath, three bands of thin glaze. Cf. Agora XII, no. 1550 ... Context ca. 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 343, fig. 10.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 436

Scraped groove on top of foot. Graffito on floor and under foot: ΔΕ, ligatured. There are many cups of this shape from the same deposit; of the following, several carry graffiti: P 5116 Hesperia, V, 1936, ... 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 337, fig ... Hesperia, ibid., p. 353, fig. 22; ... Hesperia, Suppl. IV, 1940, p.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1803

Narrow sharply rounded rim, flaring disc foot. Another from the same context, P 5159, ibid., had a lightly rolled rim, like 1801; so also P 9474 C 9:6 Hesperia, Suppl. V, 1941, p. 138, fig. 64, 26 ... Context ca. 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 343, fig. 10.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1761

Narrow outturned rim. Ostrakon of Hippokrates Anaxileo. For the date, probably from "one of the first three or four ostrakophoriai," cf. Hesperia, XV, 1946, p. 272, 6 ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 40, fig. 39.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1951

Large example, flaring rim flanged inside; open spout; two horizontal rolled handles. Similar but somewhat later, the handles double-rolled and the spout unpierced, an example at the same scale, Athens ... Context ca. 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 343, fig. 10.