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[Agora Object] G 587: Bead

Intact, with some chips from one end. Surface crumbly. Pierced lengthwise. At one end, a ring of white leading into seven columns of scallops. Porous white decoration. Dull green glass. Part of necklace ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] G 588: Faience Beads

About 1100 flat disks with hole in center. Dimensions varying, but apparently not graduated. Most of beads are close to the maximum dimension and are thin. About 100 are thicker and narrower. Three series ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] G 589: Faience Beads

Four triple beads. Apparently made from three tubular beads, glued one on top of the other. Each is pierced horizontally to secure a triple-stranded necklace. Faded pale green. Part of necklace with G ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] G 590: Beads

Seven tiny spherical beads. Lightly flattened sphere. Greenish white. Part of necklace with G 587-589, G 591 and J 149. Early Geometric. Περιδέραιο από φαγεντιανή. Προέρχεται από την πρώιμη Γεωμετρική ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] G 591: Beads

Nine beads. Diameter evenly round, but otherwise irregular in shape, with uneven ends. Brown to greenish glass with high polish. Part of necklace with G 587-590, J 149. Early Geometric. Περιδέραιο από ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] B 966: Vase

Intact. An open flat-bottomed cup with shallow spout and wishbone handles. Slightly outwards lip. Walls flaring to plain rim flat on top. Heavily corroded and the surface rough. Tomb; inside door. Mycenaean ... LH III B (possibly C)

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[Agora Object] B 1384: Leg

Intact. Bent leg of left of an equestrian. Life size. Inner face of thigh and knee cut away for horse. Elaborate sandal on foot. Finely worked toes. Many traces of gilding. Κνήμη χάλκινου έφιππου αγάλματος ... 25 June 1971

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[Agora Object] S 312: Winged Nike: Akroterion

Missing: head, right arm just below shoulder, left arm, right leg from immediately above knee, left leg from immediately above ankle; parts of the cloak at the back gone, also the fragments of drapery ... 21 March 1933