[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1641

Part of one disk and joining spool. Max. dim. 0.058. Uncertain subject. Horse (most of body, start of right foreleg) to right. Behind it, a tree (part of trunk and branches). Dilute glaze for drawing ... Ca. 460 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1642

Wall fragment with start of knee end and part of reserved resting surface. P.H. 0.065; P.L. 0.135. R. S. Young, Hesperia 20, 1951, pl. 79:1. At the left are the end of a bed with pillows and part of an ... Ca. 440-430 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1643

Wall fragment. Max. dim. 0.08. Woman (a bit of head, all of legs missing) standing frontally in a chiton and himation, looking to left. She holds out a fold of her himation and looks at another woman ... Ca. 440-430 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1644

Wall fragment from near rim and part of reserved resting surface. Dull brownish glaze. P.H. 0.065; W. 0.086. A woman wearing a chiton and himation stands to right, holding a mirror in her left hand. Facing ... Ca. 430-420 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1645

Fragment of knee end. Max. dim. 0.061. Woman's head (face) to left, facing a spiral decoration. Preliminary sketch. For the composition, cf. especially the namepiece of the Painter of Berlin 2624 (ARV2 ... Ca. 430-420 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1646

Two non-joining fragments, a with torus rim, b from near knee end with part of curve and reserved resting surface. P.L. a) 0.08, b) 0.14; P.W. a) 0.14. Fragment b (illustrated) shows, on the far left, ... Ca. 430-420 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1647

Wall fragment with part of reserved resting surface. P.L. 0.052; P.W. 0.083. Woman (upper left arm, lower legs, and feet missing) seated to left (on what is not clear), with a himation around her hips ... Ca. 410-400 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1648

Wall fragment with start of outturned rim. Broken just below start of imbrication. Max. dim. 0.068. On the left is part of a laurel wreath to left that frames the figured frieze. What remains of this ... Probably late 5th century B.C.