[Agora Object] P 539: Clay Disk

Nearly circular fragment from plaque; a bit of the lower edge of the plaque preserved. Hind legs of animal with dot rosettes. Accessory purple; incised line between haunches. Pale pinkish-buff clay ... 3rd quarter of 7th c. B.C.


[Agora Object] P 1759: Bowl Fragments

Eleven fragments (a-j) of a large bowl. Deer(?) moving right with diamonds, swastikas; circles of dots and elaborate palmette patterns as filling, with lines above; glazed inside with reserved bands ... 1 April 1932

[Agora Object] P 5916: Vessel Fragment

A fragment remains from the shoulder of the handle. On its outer face are two superimposed palmettes, their petals alternately white and black. Bouleuterion, inside porch, dug bedrock filling. 1894 Leica, ... 11 May 1935


[Agora Object] P 7016: Kantharos

Intact. Low base with concentric circles and a dot, beneath. Rays to handle zone; a hanging hook between each. In handle zone, elaborate vegetal ornament, the decoration on both sides arranged off center ... 13 March 1936


[Agora Object] P 14483: Hydria or Amphora Fragment

From the neck of a hydria or amphora. Draped female figure, right, the face drawn in outline and the left half of the dress painted purple. Filling ornament, hooks, zigzags, etc. Terrace west of church; ... 21 February 1939


[Agora Object] P 22299: Neck Amphora

Mended from many pieces; considerable fragments of lower wall, and small piece from shoulder missing. Restored in plaster. Slender neck-amphora on high flaring ring foot. Broad flaring rim with angular ... 17 May 1952


[Agora Object] P 22551: Amphora Fragment

Preserved only to spring of neck; handles and large fragments of wall missing, including the upper part of the shoulder panel on one side. Shape, type II a (R-M). Tongue pattern on foot; double series ... 25 July 1952

[Agora Object] P 25333: Stand Fragment

Top of piece preserves rounded attachment beneath bowl. On bowl attachment, zone of spirals and triangles. Below, running dog pattern enclosed by several lines. Below, lotus flowers with black and white ... 21 February 1938