[Agora Object] P 401: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many fragments. Complete save two small holes in sides. Center bottom, frontal face within circular moulded frame surrounded by dotted circle and radiating single wreath. Around center of sides, ... 2 March 1932

[Agora Object] P 4017: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Fragment from medallion with three of long-bearded masks which are commonly found on the side wall now placed in the medallion, crowns toward the center. The modelling is crisp and the glaze is good ... 1932


[Agora Object] P 7001: Moldmade Bowl Fragment: Inscribed

A fragment from the wall; above, winged horses flying right; below them, birds flying left; lower down, rosettes and leaves. Below the right-hand horse, an inscription in raised letters: Outside, red ... 10 March 1936

[Agora Object] P 9514: Moldmade Bowl

Eight fragments, preserving much of the medallion and parts of the walls and rim. Restored in plaster. Rosette of grooved leaves on the medallion; above, two rows of such leaves, then a band of draped ... 22 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 12062: Moldmade Bowl Fragments

The bottom with a piece of the wall and a non-joining wall fragment preserved; lip entirely missing. Restored in plaster. Relief decoration: bottom medallion consists of a large central disk with rayed ... 2 March 1938


[Agora Object] P 18648: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many pieces; fragmentary; the profile complete. Restored in plaster. Plain medallion, surrounded by a beaded ring from which springs a double overlapping zone of ribbed leaves. Above, procession ... May 1947

[Agora Object] P 18651: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many pieces; about half preserved; the medallion and the profile complete. Restored in plaster. Medallion, Athena Parthenos facing. Around the medallion, pattern of spiral tendrils with flower ... May 1947

[Agora Object] P 20458: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Three joining fragments from side of bowl. Central zone: chariot race with masks and birds as filling ornament above and below. Upper zone: band of ovules. Lower: acanthus leaves. Glaze dark red on inside, ... 18 April 1949