[Agora Object] SS 6914: Stamped Amphora Handle: Rhodian

Part of rim preserved; arched handle. Rose. Cf. amphora with graffito P 9076. Date: N 18 : 3 now (16.ix.61) called by VG 4/4 3c BC see Analysis); lamps T XII, XVIII(VG)* Par: see P 09076 amph w/ grf* ... 3rd century B.C.

[Agora Object] P 9353: Red Figure Stemless Cup Fragment

Ring foot moulded above; inside reserved, with black band. Of the medallion is preserved the head of a youth, left, within a double reserved band. No relief contour. Well. Leica ... 10 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 9037: Stemless Cup

One handle and much of lip missing. Flat raised base with a groove at its center; offset lip. Lip, exterior of handle, band around lower edge of foot and circle and dot decoration on reserved underside, ... 18 February 1937

[Agora Object] P 9039: Funnel Fragment

Restored in plaster. Flaring lip with wide flat top surface, lip lightly offset on the outside. Circular opening in bottom, with raised band on underside, like a small ring foot. Pinkish-buff clay. Unglazed ... 18 February 1937

[Agora Object] P 9040: Black Glaze Salt Cellar

About one-third of bottom, two-thirds of lip missing. Bottom broad, flat, unglazed; straight sides, curving in slightly at top. Pit. Leica, 82-492 PD 1190-14 ... 18 February 1937


[Agora Object] P 9041: Red Figure Oinochoe Fragment

From the wall of a closed pot. Nude leg of figure walking left; uncertain object at left, above. Lower border: maeander and cross squares. Bit of contour at back of knee, only. Inner drawing in brown ... 18 February 1937

[Agora Object] P 9290: Amphora

Lower part and much of lip missing. Round body; squat neck; flaring lip with ledge on inside; ridge on each handle. Wide wheel grooves around body and neck. Buff clay. Light slip. Previously North Basement-Jar ... 3 March 1937

[Agora Object] P 9352: Black Glaze One-Handler

Handle and chips from wall and rim missing. Small one-handled bowl on low flat base. Attic clay. Good black glaze overall. Inside, on wall, a single large petal in thinned clay(?). Well. Leica, 81-267 ... 10 March 1937