[Agora Object] P 9328: Bowl with Plastic Attachments: West Slope

Very fragmentary; three fragments preserve most of the bottom and part of rim and wall. Restored in plaster. A deep bowl with steep sides and rounded bottom; rim slightly thickened, flat on top. On the ... 6 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 9329: Jar

Lip probably nowhere preserved; otherwise complete, save minor fractures. A small roughly made, heavy-walled jar. Bottom flat, left rough; lower walls concave, making a sharp angle with the shoulder; wide ... 6 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 9330: Vessel: Corinthian

Three non-joining fragments. a) A small bit of the lip. b) The neck, the shoulder, one loop handle, and the stubs of the other. c) A piece from the lower part of the body. Restored in plaster. Corinthian ... 6 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 9331: Lopas Fragment

A single fragment preserves part of the shoulder of a casserole with a trefoil spout like an oinochoe; the wall pierced. Grayish clay. Unglazed. Hellenistic fill. Leica PD 1091-41 ... 6 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 20510: Black Glaze Pyxis

Part of rim and about one-fourth of wall missing; restored in plaster. Flat bottom, its edge extending a little beyond wall; tall, cylindrical body; rim flanged for cover. Attic. Worn black glaze. Cf ... 6 March 1937

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[Agora Object] T 1347: Torso of Doll Figurine

Broken at neck and below waist. Holes for subsequent attachment of arms. White slip with traces of rusty yellow. Buff clay. Hellenistic fill. Late 2nd c. B.C. Leica ... 6 March 1937

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[Agora Object] T 1346: Male Head

Broken below neck. Otherwise intact. Very large heavy wreath. Solid head with features sketchily modelled. White slip with traces of yellow on face and pink on headdress. Hellenistic fill. 100-75 B.C ... 6 March 1937

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[Agora Object] P 9326: Black Figure Krater Fragment

Broken all around. Fragment of a large open pot (interior dull black glaze). Above, tongues alternately red and black. Below, parts of the heads of two horses. Mane of left horse red; of right, white ... 9 March 1937