[Agora Object] P 3774: Lagynos Fragment with Paint Decoration

Part of the upper portion and neck of a small lagynos decorated on a white slip with brownish-black band at the base of the neck and bows hanging beneath with streaky lines beside them. Trench 7, south ... 5 May 1934

[Agora Object] P 4009: Lagynos Fragment with Paint Decoration

Only a bit remains from the junction of the neck and shoulder. The root of the neck encircled by a brown band. Only a tip of the shoulder decoration preserved: the bow of a ribbon. Dull gray clay covered ... 1932

[Agora Object] P 4076: Lagynos Fragment

Fragment from the lower part of the neck. Buff clay, covered with a thin white wash. Around the root of the neck, a band of brown paint. Pithos. Leica, 4-328 PD 1091-122 ... 1932

[Agora Object] P 4179: Lagynos Fragment with Paint Decoration

From the shoulder. Decorated with black and brown rays and dots, over a cream paint. Buff clay. Context early Roman. Box 63b. Leica ... 11 May 1934

[Agora Object] P 5840: Lagynos Fragment with Paint Decoration

Neck and handle missing. Around shoulder at handle zone alternating strokes and dots, painted in red. Below, double red line. Fine pink clay, covered with thick hard cream slip, not reaching quite to ... 28 May 1935

[Agora Object] P 6020: Lagynos Fragment with Paint Decoration

From upper body. Around outer edge, two glaze bands; over the thick white slip, in red to brownish paint, part of design of festoons, tied with looped ribbon. Fine deep pinkish buff clay. Cistern. Leica ... 9-15 May 1935

[Agora Object] P 7000: Lagynos with Paint Decoration

Neck and handle missing; body fragmentary. Ring foot. Rounded body covered with white slip; decoration in reddish-brown glaze on shoulder: large petals above glazed bands. Band of glaze on foot. Cistern, ... 10 March 1936

[Agora Object] P 10900: Lagynos Fragments

a) Long straight neck, with rounded lip, and part of the shoulder preserved at one point to its edge. Bands of black glaze around lip and base of neck; on shoulder, hanging from the band, bows and wreaths; ... 25-29 February 1936