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[Agora Image] 1997.20.0010 (XI-3)

Pithos used as a burial urn (P 8922). Deposit M 18:6 ... north 93 ... 8 Feb 1937 ... 1997.20.0010 (XI-3) ... 1997.20.0010 ... XI-3

[Agora Coin] N 71157

Corinth ... BMC 423--471. [(BMC 441)] below Pegasos flying l. Trident upward; at r., race torch ... late 5th--3rd century B.C ... Χ-52 ... N 71157 ... N 71157

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[Agora Object] P 8902: Jug

Part of lip missing. Small flat-bottomed jug with one handle; short neck and round mouth with flaring lip. Thin fabric. Reddish-brown clay. Light slip. Unglazed. Cistern. Leica, LXI-54 ... 8 February 1937 ... P 8902 ... P 8902 ... Χ 47

[Agora Lot] Χ 14: Grave 3

8 Feb 1937 ... Grave 3

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[Agora Deposit] M 18:6: Urn burial

Grave 3 in notebook. Deposit list says black glaze pithos (P 8922) containing the bones of a child and four small vases ... Last quarter of 6th century B.C ... M 18:6 ... M 18:6

[Agora Object] L 2719: Lamp

Handle and nozzle missing. Plain rim separated from flat disk by raised band. Raised base. Thin red glaze. Brownish-red clay. Type XVIII (post Sullan) of Corinth collection, type 44A of Agora collection ... 9 February 1937 ... L 2719 ... L 2719 ... Χ 50

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[Agora Object] P 8903: Jug

Large one-handled jug on very low ring foot; flaring lip set at a sharp angle to the neck; narrow neck tapering towards top; broad band handle, grooved, from below lip to middle of shoulder. Narrow band ... 9 February 1937 ... P 8903 ... P 8903 ... Χ 49

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[Agora Object] P 8904: Black Glaze Bowl: Stamped

Full profile preserved; a few small pieces missing from rim and floor; restored in plaster. Small ring foot; shallow bowl; slightly incurving vertical rim, set at a sharp angle to the floor; part of one ... 9 February 1937 ... P 8904 ... P 8904 ... Χ 53