Agora Object: P 30019
Collection:   Agora
Type:   Object
Name:   P 30019
Inventory Number:   P 30019
Section Number:   ΒΓ' 190
    ΒΓ' 197
    ΒΓ' 513
Title:   Red Figure Bell Krater Fragments
Category:   Pottery
Description:   a) Mended from twenty pieces, broken on three sides. At right stands Artemis wearing chiton, himation, a wreath in her hair. She faces left, her weight resting on her left foot. She holds a phiale in her extended right hand. In front of her stands a small deer who looks up at her, smiling and expectant. At center, a draped figure standing frontally with traces of a laurel branch to left. This must be Apollo. Further left, a draped figure walking right holding an oinochoe in his left hand.
b) Single fragment, broken all around. Head of Apollo, facing left. He is bare-chested, wears a woolen fillet and wreath. In front of him is a laurel branch. (May come from side B).
c) Single fragment, broken all around. A right hand holding a laurel branch upright, probably to be associated with fragment b). Note similarity of laurel leaves. Ground line is maeander and saltire squares.
Flaring rim with round projecting lip. Below lip are band of ovoles and dots on offset surface. Reserved band inside, below rim. Trace of loop handle.
Additional fragments:
a) Two fragments join P 30019 a giving more of Leto's peplos and oinochoe, another joins Apollo.
d) Nine joining rim fragments.
e) Four joining rim fragments on which is preserved part of the head of Leto and a leaf from Apollo's branch.
f) Single non-joining rim fragment.
g) Single non-joining rim fragment.
Formerly P 30026: Broken all around. Mended from four pieces. At left, a figure wearing a himation stands frontally. To his left is a tree trunk. At right, one foot and the lower chiton of a woman striding right. Ground line is continuous maeander and saltire squares.
Black glaze, greenish on inside. Orange clay.
ADDENDA P 30026 same vase. Hermonax, J. Oakley, July 1981.
Notes:   Additional joining fragments catalogued 10 August 1984.
Context:   Pit.
Handling:   In a dust-free closed case, base sitting in a 3cm. thick Ethafoam pad. May be displayed in the museum in the near future.
Notebook Page:   965
Negatives:   Leica, 88-447, 88-448, 88-497, 84-20-4, 84-19-25, 84-24-32
Dimensions:   Est. Diam. 0.40; P.H. a) 0.30, b) 0.05, c) 0.045; P.W. b) 0.055, c) 0.035
Material:   Ceramic
Date:   27 June-5 August 1972
Section:   ΒΓ'
Grid:   H/13,15-4/12,13
Deposit:   H 4:5
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Paterakis (1997), pp. 75-97.
    AntW 24 (1993), p. 45, fig. 4. (Oakley)
    Hesperia Suppl. 25 (1992), p. 76, no. 48, fig. 5, pls. 20, 21.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 25 (1992)
Publication Page: Agora 30, s. 123, p. 104
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Deposit: H 4:5
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