[Agora Deposit] B 14:3: Cistern on Lower South Slope of Kolonos Agoraios

Cistern on the lower south slope of Kolonos Agoraios; dumped filling, second half of first century after Christ. Coins: 9 June 1937 #3 11 June 1937 #1-#8 ... 50-100 A.D.


[Agora Object] P 10759: Oinochoe

Intact. Ring foot and rounded body; shoulder nearly flat. Tall straight neck with much pinched trefoil mouth and projecting rim. Grooved handle. Light red clay. Cistern. Leica, LIX-8, LXI-16 ... 11 June 1937

[Agora Object] P 11249: Bowl with Graffito

Deepish flat-bottomed bowl with slightly convex side wall and plain rim. Groove ring on the floor, around an illegible stamp. Incised on the bottom: Samian A. Cistern, 1st. c. A.D. Leica, 96-9-16, 96-9-17 ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11250: Bowl

Fragments of rim restored in plaster. Shallow body with ring foot and straight rim, keeled at the bottom. The dark red glaze somewhat pitted and peeled. Chandarli? Sigillata. Cistern, 1st. c. A.D ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11251: Bowl Fragment with Relief Decoration: Mask

Rim fragment. A raised band, grooved along the upper and lower edges; in relief between, a bearded mask. The glaze somewhat peeled. Western Sigillata. Cistern, 1st. c. A.D. Leica PD 1171-183 ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11254: Goblet Fragment

Wide flat round foot broken from a hollow stem; probably the foot of a goblet. Finely ribbed and grooved on the underside. Samian B. Cistern, 1st. c. A.D. Leica PD 1171-181 ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11255: Bowl: Stamped

About three-quarters missing; restored in plaster. False ring foot and deepish rounded body with plain rim. Four groove rings around a stamped rosette at the center of the floor. Fabric and glaze somewhat ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11256: Bowl Fragment with Graffito

From a bowl like P 11255 (ΠΘ 3237). Two raised rings around the center of the floor and no stamp. Incised on the bottom: The glaze mottled red to orange; firm outside, much peeled inside. Mottled ware ... 9-12 June 1935


[Agora Object] P 11258: Jug Fragment with Graffito and Rouletting

Part of a jug similar to P 11257 (ΠΘ 3239), preserved at one side to the shoulder. Thin black glaze to below the point of greatest diameter. Rouletted bands on the shoulder. Incised upside down on the ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11259: Cup or Bowl Fragment with Rouletting

Fragment with part of the straight rim, grooved on its outer face. Rounded shoulder with two grooves at the point of greatest diameter, and rouletted bands above and below. No traces of handles (but one ... 9-12 June 1935


[Agora Object] P 11267: Kantharos Fragments

The bottom, and the vertical band handle and more than half the wall missing. Shallow lower body meeting the high, concave rim at a sharp angle, whence springs the handle. Grooved raised band outside the ... 9-12 June 1935

[Agora Object] P 11268: Molded Kantharos Fragment

In relief on the outside, overlapping petals, and the bottoms of big leaves. From a shallow bowl or kantharos. Dull brownish glaze outside; red inside. Cf. P 19377. ADDENDA GRE calls it "Megarian" and ... 9-12 June 1935


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 29.1, s. 464, p. 425

Cistern. Well. H.A. Thompson, 1934, D 79, p. 392, fig. 78. Pithos. Agora 5, F 24, p. 13, pl. 1. Rotroff, 1983, no. 106, p. 297, pl. 61. Moevs, 1973, Form IA, nos. 1-11, pp. 50-52, pls. 1, 2, 55. Dragendorff ... Agora 29 425 P 16219 P 20213 P 9680 P 9815 P 31864 P 4094 P 11857 P 31136 P 3836 P 14425 P 14476 P 4287 P 4216 P 6592 P 19906 P 11268 P 20450 Lot ΟΟ 695 N 21:4 N 19:1 M 18:1 M 21:1 H 16:4 E 6:2 M 23:1 ... 115-86 B.C.


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 29.1, s. 475, p. 436

Well. Cistern. Pyre ... Agora 29 436 SS 7269 SS 7764 P 9754 P 9755 SS 7580 ΠΘ-753 N 49110 B 13:8 B 14:3 B 15:1 B 17:4 B 17:5 B 18:1 B 18:2 B 18:3


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 220, p. 210

Cistern. Type 58 B; Early Roman; Rosette or Pellet Motif; Broad Tops. Type 48 A; Late Hellenistic Relief Lamps; Nozzles Oval and Grooved. Well. Type 58 Variants; Early Roman; Extreme Variations of Rosette ... Agora 4 210 L 3095 L 4668 L 3893 B 14:3 C 14:4 B 21:1 ... 2nd half of 1st A.D.


[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 244, p. 234

Index of Deposits. Well. Hesperia, XVII, 1948, p. 184 and pl. 65. Type 23 A; Flat Rims; Broad Open Bodies. Type 24 A; Grooved or Ridged Rims; Broad Open Bodies. Type 41; Sanctuary Lamps. Type 2 B; Lamps ... Agora 4 234 A 17:1 B 13:6 B 13:7 A 18:1 A 18-19:1 B 13:8 B 14:3 A 20:3 B 14:5 B 12:1 B 12:5 B 15:1 ... Late 5th-Early 4th B.C.


[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 Publication] Lamps of the Roman Period: First to Seventh Century after Christ

Perlzweig, J ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Nearly 3,000 specimens of lamps of “Roman” character are catalogued in this volume that covers the period from the 1st century B.C. to the 8th century A.D. The lamps are not easy to classify because the ... 1961


[Agora Publication] Weights, Measures and Tokens

Lang, M. Crosby, M ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The first part of this book deals with weights (14 bronze, 109-111 lead, 28 stone) and measures (75 dry, 28-31 liquid). Although humble objects, the detailed study of these everyday items provides archaeological ... 1964


[Agora Publication] Graffiti and Dipinti

Lang, M ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Over 3,000 informal inscriptions scratched or painted on pottery, lamps, or other clay fragments have been found in the excavations of the Athenian Agora. In this volume, 859 of these graffiti and dipinti ... 1976