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[Agora Object] P 835: Oinochoe Fragments

a) mended from three pieces, b) from two, c) from four. a) above four narrow bands, two legs of animal walking right, drawn solid; between them, a spiral, in front of them a diamond. c) part of the animal's ... 6 April 1932

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[Agora Object] P 912: Oinochoe

Fragmentary; the body largely restored in plaster; no remains of neck or handle. The low ring base is decorated with two narrow bands of reddish-brown paint; above this base, the broad rays rise for nearly ... 6 April 1932

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[Agora Object] P 3013: Vessel Fragment

Mended from two pieces. Fragment from the wall of a large vase. Inside, a broad horizontal band of red; outside, the hind leg of an animal moving left, in a panel bordered to the right by a broken maeander ... 31 May-5 June 1933

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[Agora Object] P 3856: Vessel Fragment

Broken all around. The open mouth and bared fangs of a lion. Interior glazed, slightly ribbed. Pinkish buff clay. Tholos, trench along south side of cellar. Dump. Leica, 81-533, 81-575 ... 8 May 1934

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[Agora Object] P 6481: Neck Amphora Fragments

Parts of the neck and shoulder preserved, the large neck fragment strengthened with plaster. Several fragments do not join. Double round handles with wide spiral bands. Band inside rim. Outer face of ... 11 March 1935, 28 May 1938

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[Agora Object] P 7168: Bowl

About half preserved, with gaps. Restored in plaster. Low ring foot and deep convex side; no handles. Underneath, two glazed rings and Maltese cross. On body, procession of lions left, their feet toward ... 10-16 March 1936

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[Agora Object] P 12612: Oinochoe

The base missing, the bottom of the body and fragments from the wall. Slender ovoid body; tall neck narrowing slightly to trefoil lip; double rolled handle, lip to shoulder. One side of the pot glazed; ... 2-7 April 1938

[Agora Object] P 13326: Amphora Fragment

Wall fragment; four pieces joining to one. The open muzzle of a lion to right, in front of him the rear part of another beast(?). Flaky black glaze; incision. Possibly belongs with P 6481 (from the ... 4 June 1938