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[Agora Object] G 320: Bowl or Plate Fragment

Wall fragment from very shallow bowl or plate. Fragment with narrow ribs in pairs in relief on side and rectangular pattern on bottom. Mold made. Opaque almost colorless glass. North hypocaust room, furnace ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] IL 998: Lead Weight

One corner broken away. Rectangular plaque; the surface slightly curved on one side; an incised pine tree in center. On concave face, traces of attachments for a small handle; and of another attachment ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4427: Lamp: Maker's Mark

Handle missing, otherwise intact. Plain rim and plain discus, separated from each other by four grooves. The bottom flat; the signature enclosed within three circular grooves; a single letter also in the ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4428: Lamp

Top of handle missing. Plain rim and discus, with two grooves between. Incised concentric circles at base of nozzle. Lower part of handle set off by a groove on either side; the handle double-grooved, ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4429: Lamp Fragment

About two thirds of discus and half of rim preserved. Rim, stamped ovules; panelled. Discus, Nike standing left, her right arm raised over an altar on which burns a pyramid of fire. Thin fabric burned ... 2 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4430: Lamp: Maker's Mark

Mended from three pieces most of discus missing. Partially pierced handle, double grooved above; dots between the grooves below. Trace of relief representation on discus On the reverse, within two circular ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4442: Lamp

Mended from many pieces; end of nozzle and part of bottom missing, and chips. Partially pierced handle; two rows of dots separated by ridge on rim; bust of Athena, Promachos type, left, in relief on discus ... 1 April 1948

[Agora Object] L 4443: Lamp Fragment: Maker's Mark

Most of bottom and part of lower wall only preserved. Letters incised within two circular grooves: "EY". Yellow-buff clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. Second layer, burned fill. North Hypocaust ... 1 April 1948