[Agora Object] L 986: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Fragment with animal's head. A hog's (or bear's?) head, broken away behind the shoulders. Moulded in two pieces with a vertical join. The eyes deeply punched. Thin red wash. Light red clay. Probably belongs ... 17 May 1933

[Agora Object] L 1702: Plastic Lamp Fragment

The upper part of a plastic lamp in the form of an animal. Perhaps a bear (?). Pierced eyes. Broken away below. Above a pierced vertical handle similar to those of lamps of type XXVIII of Corinth collection ... 23 March 1935

[Agora Object] L 2599: Plastic Lamp: Lion

Lower part, including body of lamp, broken away. A lion lying down. Eyes pierced. Pierced suspension handle at top of head; filling hole at side, below lion's right leg. Red glaze inside and out. Buff ... 12 June 1936


[Agora Object] L 3101: Plastic Lamp

Part of infundibulum broken away. A wild boar couchant, rests on a high base. A pierced suspension lug rises from his shoulders; in his back is the filling hole. Pale yellow clay covered with dull red ... 200-250 A.D.

[Agora Object] L 3460: Plastic Lamp

Broken all around. The head and one side preserved, and a fragment of the other, with filling hole on base. A bear standing on a base; animals and vegetable ornament in relief on the base. Pierced handle ... 23 May 1938


[Agora Object] L 3713: Plastic Lamp: Boar

Intact except for cracks. A boar, sitting on his haunches, his head turned slightly to one side; an elongated oval base serves as infundibulum, the nozzle under the boar's snout. Pierced ungrooved handle ... 18 April 1939

[Agora Object] L 4309: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Part of left side preserved, with about half the nozzle. One foreleg and part of the body of an animal, squatting on his hind quarters, on an oval base grooved above and below. The animal's coat indicated ... 15 July 1947

[Agora Object] L 4810: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Only forepart of plastic bear on upper part of lamp preserved. From back of bear rises plain handle, not quite pierced through. Eyes of bear pierced. Red to brown glaze outside, and over much of inside ... 7 June 1951