[Agora Publication] Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958

[Agora Object] L 3156: Lamp Fragment

The nozzle of a very large lamp. Upper face of nozzle grooved; beside wick hole, volutes. Dull black glaze, much peeled. Type XVIII of Corinth collection, type 51D of Agora collection. ADDENDA Near to ... 10-11 March 1936

[Agora Object] L 3307: Lamp: Maker's Mark

End of nozzle missing. Low flat base, shallow body, band handle. Rays on rim with rosette on one side, scorpion (?) on other. Two grooves around filling hole. Signature on bottom in relief: retrograde ... 7 March 1938


[Agora Object] L 3313: Lamp Fragments

Non-joining top, nozzle and part of base. Pointed rosette stamped on bottom. Deep depressed top with ridge about filling hole and groove on rim. Pointed nozzle with snail-like volutes ornamented with small ... 12 March 1938

[Agora Object] L 3871: Lamp

Large lamp, complete except for handle and chips. Ribbed upper body with a row of small depressed dots along alternate ribs. Long nozzle, triangular. Red glaze, worn. Brownish-buff clay. Type XVIII of ... 9 June 1939

[Agora Object] P 16096: Moldmade Bowl with Maker's Signature

Much of lip, and fragments of body missing. High rather sharply out-turned rim; rather deep narrow body. Rim plain. On body, a hexagonal net pattern: in top row hexagons are truncated and decorated with ... 7-13 April 1932

[Agora Deposit] D 11:4: Drawshaft

Part of the cistern system 44/ΙΓ - 46/ΙΑ - 42/Θ. Objects with context as "cistern 44ΙΓ, mouth of 46/ΙΑ" are listed with D 12:2. The following objects are from "earth", i.e. no context layer: SS 5334, ... 29 February-11 March 1936

[Agora Deposit] N 20:4: Mask Cistern

Dumped fillings thrown in during second quarter of 1st c. B.C. containing mostly debris resulting from Sulla's sack in 86 B.C. Agora XXIX, p. 464: Four fills distinguished during excavations ... but seemingly ... Late 2nd c. and early 1st c. B.C. POU; 110-75 B.C.