[Agora Report] 1951 Excavations: Excavation in the Athenian Agora: 1951

Homer A. Thompson ... A report on the 1951 excavations presented at the Open Meeting of the ASCSA, March 20, 1952. Field work was concentrated in the market place proper, and large areas in the west, north central and southeastern ... 9 Apr-31 Aug 1951


[Agora Report] 1951 Ε: Excavation and Cleaning along the East Side of the Great Drain, 1951

R. C. Wood ... There had been four major Byzantine dwelling units in the northern part of section Ε. Two of them had been removed during earlier campaigns. Excavations manage to establish the outline of the four houses, ... 9 Apr-7 Jul 1951

[Agora Object] B 934: Needle Fragments

Broken off near tip. Pierced with eye. (Two fragments April 1998, July 2000) Mycenaean grave B. 1387 Leica ... 24 April 1951

[Agora Object] P 21197: Jug Fragments

Much broken and much missing. Lip and top of handle, fragments of shoulder and scraps of the rest of the vase are preserved. Round-mouthed, wide-bodied jug; broad band handle from rim. Handle lightly double-grooved ... 24 April 1951


[Agora Object] S 347: Portrait Head of Male Figure

The nose and chin have been considerably damaged. At the base of the neck, a roughly picked tongue indicates that the head was inserted into a separate body. Head, larger than life-size, perhaps of Trajan ... Flavian period.

[Agora Object] T 3062: Female Head

Only face preserved; back of head, made separately, missing. Broken off just below chin. Trace of the start of a tower hairdo; gouged style. No color. Light pinkish-buff clay. Demolition of north and west ... 1951


[Agora Notebook] Ε-7

Finds/Coins ... 1169 1357 ... 1931


[Agora Deposit] J 8:3: Double Pit Grave

Mycenaean Double Grave (Graves A and B). Grave A was in Layer II. We laid a skull and a few other bones, three vases and a stone bead. We have dug to a maximum of about 0.06m below the top of Layer II ... Myc. IIIA/B