[Agora Report] 1939 Ψ: Section Ψ Season of 1939

Eugene Vanderpool ... During the 1939 campaign in Section Ψ, several wells were dug that had been discovered but left unfinished or undug in 1938: Great Hole and Early Well at 33/Z (N 18:8); Tiled Roman Well at 18/H (N 17:1); ... 11 Apr 1939


[Agora Object] G 193: Glass Fragment

Broken all around. Plain, transparent glass with dark blue dots and wavy lines. Assigned to subdivision .2 as listed in deposit notebook for layer II. Well, dump. 1110 Leica, 79-11-15 ... April 1939


[Agora Object] I 5798: Inventory Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Nine lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. From dump; no database subdivision assigned. Finished Found among marbles from a late Roman ... 20 April 1939

[Agora Object] L 3710: Lamp Fragments: Maker's Mark

Two non-joining fragments. Fragmentary. Fragment a), preserves front lower half with long nozzle. On reverse, within triple heart-shaped (?) groove, a signature. Fragment b), preserves part of discus and ... 17 April 1939

[Agora Object] L 3711: Lamp

Single fragment preserves most of upper half of lamp. End of nozzle broken away. Discus, plain. On rim, raised dots, volute at nozzle. Handle, unpierced, three grooves above, two below. Unglazed. Buff ... 17 April 1939


[Agora Object] L 3712: Plastic Lamp: Winged Figure and Mask

End of nozzle slightly broken; otherwise intact. A standing figure with outspread wings and high top-knot, drapery across his legs, the right hand resting on a low pillar, the left hand holding a mask ... 18 April 1939


[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 3714: Lamp

Intact. Plain rim with herringbone panels; two grooves at its inner edge, and two either side of the pointed nozzle. On the discus, a bear walking left, past a pear tree; one of the pears has fallen to ... 18 April 1939