[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 332

Parts of wall restored. Recessed bottom with scraped groove and ridge on underside. Very shallow cup with straight walls. Six grooves on exterior, beginning 1.5 cm. from bottom. Scraped groove below ... 275-265 ... 1913, p. 59, fig. 70 ... 1224, Watzinger 1924, G 2, p. ... 148--149, fig. 7, pl. 52:γ. For

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 380

Pan. Floor and part of wall. Cup rests on ridge; slightly convex underside. Conical profile; five grooves preserved on exterior. Emblem surrounded by two to three scraped grooves. Bust of Pan, with head ... 240-200 ... Richter 1962, no. 3, pp. 1325--1326, pl. CCLIX: fig. 5.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 111

Handles, foot, stem, and chips of rim missing. Thin stem. Very pointed lower body. Opposing olive garland. Dull greenish black glaze, stacking line. For shape see Pagenstecher 1913, p. 19, fig. 25 ... 275-265 ... P.H. 9.3; Diam. of body 6.5.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1514

Foot, lower body, half of rim, and fragments of wall missing. Globular body. Offset at base of long, tubular neck. Torus rim. Double-grooved strap handle. Decoration in orangish brown glaze: narrow band ... Context of 160-130 ... H. A. Thompson 1934, D 30, p. 377, fig. 63 ... PF II, p. 111.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1748

Lekythos. Part of upper body and mouth restored; much of lower body and foot missing. Lower wall nearly vertical. Sloping shoulder. Two grooves in neck. Deep cup mouth, angular in profile; flaring rim ... Context of 190-160 ... mouth see Pagenstecher 1913, p. 32, fig. 37, left, p. ... 1936, no. 6, p. 137, fig.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1802

Moldmade Bowl. Wall fragment. Moldmade body. Parts of two petals or leaves, diagonally ridged, with heavy, dark central ribs. Very pale brown fabric (10YR 8/3); shiny, pale aquamarine exterior surface, ... Context of before ca. 180 ... Cf. Pagenstecher 1913, p. 124, fig. 131:f, seemingly ... I, no. 183, p. 225, fig.

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[Agora Object] P 8992: Medallion with Relief Decoration

From the center of a medallion plate, fine concentric grooves on the outside. Inside, in high relief, Eros and Psyche kissing, the lady on the right. Cf. Pagenstecher, Exp. E. von Seglin, II, 3, p. 58, ... 16 February 1937 ... Agora:Object:Pagenstecher II, 3, p. 58, fig. 69.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1144

Part of shoulder and attachment of handle. Stamped decoration: close-set palmettes pointing down-wards, with small dotted circles between. A similar arrangement of palmettes on the amphoriskos Pagenstecher, ... Ca. 400 B.C ... Pagenstecher, Arndt Coll., Expedition Sieglin, II, iii, p. 21, fig.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 570

Foot and rim chipped. Very low ring foot; flat resting surface; pointed underside. Rim flat on top. Two scraped grooves below rim, another further down wall. Double handle. On upper wall: leaves alternate ... 250-225 ... Pagenstecher 1913, p. 141, fig.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1644

Similar, from the same deposit, P 14158, Picture Book 1 (1958), fig. 59, right ... Context ca. 425-400 B.C ... Similar, from the same deposit, P 14158, Picture Book 1 (1958), fig. 59, right.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1729

Stamped Plate. Center of floor preserved. Convex underside, with trace of groove around edge. At center of floor, six-petaled rosette within hexagon with concave sides, all within circular field. Reddish ... Late Hellenistic? (Roman context) ... Max. p. dim. 6.6.

[Agora Object] AP 1913: Black Figure Fragment

Part of bearded figure; floral decoration. Same vase as AP 1798 and 2164 Carl Roebuck, Nb. No. 6. Well A, 11.60-12.20m. 166 ... 16 April 1938 ... P.W. 0.029

[Agora Object] P 24858: Mortar Fragment: Stamped

Rim fragment. Shallow basin with heavy moulded rim. A band of ovolos impressed on top of rim. Slightly pinkish-buff clay, light yellow on surface. Stoa Shop VI, from underpinning-pits along west side, ... 28 May 1955 ... P 24858 ... P 24858

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1765

Handle. Handle plate, upper part of handle, and part of wall preserved. Vessel probably contracted in to a neck, then flared out to rim. Broad, flaring handle plate with concave sides, a dolphin leaping ... Max. p. dim. 6.2; L. of plate 3.7, W. of plate 4.4.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1504

P 10900 a Neck and about half of shoulder preserved; partiallyrestored. Convex shoulder with smooth transition to long, cylindrical neck. Torus rim. Decoration in brown glaze: band on rim and at base ... 1st-century context ... P.H. 17.8; rest. Diam. 18.7.

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[Agora Object] T 1230: Seated Draped Female Figurine Fragment

Upper part of torso, draped in thin, sleeved chiton. Broken away below breasts. Left arm missing. Neck and stub of right arm finished off rather roughly, as if these members were to be attached separately ... 28 May 1936 ... P.H. ca. 0.037; W. (shoulders) 0.067

[Agora Object] T 837: Seated Draped Female Figurine Fragment

Neck, left shoulder, and breast of woman preserved. Woman wears a thin chiton, belted in just below the breasts, and over this a cloak which slips off the left shoulder, but comes close up to the neck ... 19 April 1935 ... P.H. 0.04; P.W. 0.033

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1653

Deep Bowl With Molded Rim: Pergamene Sigillata? Three-fourths of rim and parts of body restored; footmissing. Two glazed grooves at point of greatest diameter, near bottom of body, and two at top of ... Mixed late Hellenistic to Byzantine context ... 3, p. 344, fig. 83:3; Pagenstecher 1913, no. 2, p. 116, fig. 128:2, nos. 31, 32, p.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 378

Dionysos. Half of foot of cup, with face and part of hair of emblem. Very shallow cup rests on ridge surrounded by scraped groove. Four grooves preserved on exterior. Head of Dionysos turned to viewer's ... Ca. 240? ... Pagenstecher 1913, p. 59, fig. 71 ... and fruits; see TC 5, p. ... 1919, pp. 117--118, figs. 15,

[Agora Object] T 1913: Animal Figurine Fragment

Torso and stubs of neck, legs and tail preserved. Traces of white paint. Dark buff clay. Well. 387 Leica, VII-94 ... 19 April 1938 ... Hesperia 8 (1939), p. 264, no. 31, fig. 19.

[Agora Object] A 1913: Cover Tile Fragment

Flat upper surface; beveled edges. Underside concave. Brownish buff clay, containing bits of gravel. Surface pitted. Well. Leica, LV-96 PD 661 ... May-June 1951 ... Hesperia 22 (1953), pp. 112, 113, no. 190, fig. 7.

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[Agora Object] S 1913: Votive Hand Fragment

Four fingers and part of the palm of a hand. Very low relief. Pentelic marble. Church of Holy Apostles; east Apse, building fill (?). 378 Leica, 97-12-2, 97-12-3 ... 15 January 1955 ... P.H. 0.095; W. 0.07; P.Th. 0.05

[Agora Object] P 23423: Kalathos Fragment

About half preserved. Shape and decoration as P 23421 - P 23422 (ΣΑ 1911 - ΣΑ 1912). Purple on rim well preserved; traces of bands on interior(?). Black glaze. Well behind Stoa Shop XVIII. 2906 Leica, ... July 1952 ... About half preserved. Shape and decoration as P 23421 - P 23422 (ΣΑ 1911 - ΣΑ

[Agora Object] P 8239: Lid

Parts of rim missing, filled out in plaster. Small circular lid, nearly flat, with knob handle hollowed on top. Double tie-holes at opposite sides of edge. Gray clay with creamy surface, unglazed. Handmade ... 14 March-21 April 1936 ... Hesperia 30 (1961), p. 114, no. I 66, pl. 21.

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[Agora Object] P 16899: Red Figure Skyphos Fragments

Numerous pieces make up to five non-joining fragments. a) Part of foliage under one handle. To left, A: part of draped figure running right; B: to right, part of draped figure, seated right. b) Part of ... 17-24 May 1940 ... P 16899 ... P 16899 ... ΝΝ 1913

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[Agora Object] L 97: Lamp

On rim, herringbone. On discus, twisted rosette with grooves around central filling hole. Handle, solid, triple grooved. Nozzle with channel. On bottom, heart-shaped grooves with palm branch. Red glaze ... 18 June 1931 ... ii, p. 105. fig. 49, no. 1.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 278

Disc foot, concave beneath; low strap handle. Dipped. From the same deposit, P 2335 R 13:4 Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 476, fig. 1, 59 ... Ca. 430 B.C ... P 2335 R 13:4 Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 476, fig. 1, 59.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1913

Rim fragment. Impressed ovolos on the rim. Sandy class; Corinthian mouldmade. For tongue and ovolo patterns on Corinthian moulded wares cf. Hesperia, XXIII, 1954, pp. 128-131, fig. 2 and pls. 30-31 (Weinberg); ... Context of 5th c. B.C ... 1954, pp. 128-131, fig. 2 and

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[Agora Object] P 33599: Plate

Mended from several fragments. Complete but for a gap in body. Low wide conical shape resting on a small flat base. Strap handles. String marks on underside of base. Powdery pale buff clay. Pyre. 8911, ... 29 June 1999 ... P 33599 ... P 33599 ... ΒΕ 1913

[Agora Object] P 3442: Black Figure Bowl Fragment

Probably from a phiale. Plain rim. Exterior, between two narrow bands of glaze, a procession of birds, right. Below, a lion and a boar, facing; the front of the lion's head, and the top of the boar's ... 26 March 1934 ... P 3442 ... P 3442

[Agora Object] PNT 70: Plastic Vase Spout

Male phallos attached to a spout to the side of an open lipped vase. Clay: Fine, buff, covered with gloss black glaze inside and out. Priapos not glazed. Demiseus? Assembly Place, filling of Period ... Early fourth century B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 7 (1943), no. 115, p. 159, fig. 71.

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[Agora Object] T 34: Seated Draped Female Figurine Fragment

Fragment from the lower part of a figurine. The drapery is drawn tight over the left leg and falls over the top of the chair and its side. Mold made; hollow. Traces of white paint. Attic clay. Drain, ... 9 July 1931 ... P.H. 0.067; P.W. 0.043

[Agora Object] PNW 70: Pyramidal Loom Weight: Stamped

Equal sides. Stamp on top: three palmettes, as on black glaze plates. Glaze: traces of red -black. Clay: orange-buff, little mica. Assembly Place, filling of Period III ... 1932 ... PNW 70 ... PNW 70

[Agora Object] PNM 70: Hemispherical Lead Weight

The weight, or sinker, made in a double mold, is uneven on the bottom, and has a knob on top. Wall Trench D. 1017 ... 15 June 1936 ... PNM 70 ... PNM 70

[Agora Object] PNP 70: Red Figure Squat Lekythos Fragment (?)

Part of standing female figure wearing a himation over a fine cross-girt chiton. Her right arm, over which fall the himation end, is stretched out in front of her; her left arm appears to have been raised ... 18 December 1930 ... Hesperia Suppl. 10 (1956), p. 24, no. 72, pl. 7.

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[Agora Object] AO 70: Ostrakon of Themistokles Neokleos

Sherd, black glaze. Inscribed on inside. Θραύσμα αγγείου με επιγραφή, "Θεμιστοκλής Νεοκλέους". Oscar Broneer, Nb. No. 4. 178 88-400 ... 31 May 1937 ... Brenne (1994), p. 18, note 38. ... Agora XXV, no. 1264 F, p. 151.

[Agora Object] H 70: Fragmentary One-Handled Cup with Graffito

NM 16116 From the same cup as H 69. Left to right. ΛΜ[------]ΠΡ Χ See also H 69. Votive dump. ΛΜ[------]ΠΡ Χ ... H 70 ... H 70

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1509

Fragment of shoulder. Shoulder slightly convex. Decoration in brown glaze: broad band at angle with two narrow bands above; tendrils of ivy(?) garland on shoulder. Hard, friable, light red fabric (2.5YR ... Max. p. dim. 5.4.

[Agora Object] L 70: Lamp

Base broken. Herringbone pattern on rim. On discus, pointed rosette, around central filling hole. Handle partially pierced, triple grooved. Unglazed. Red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. ADDENDA ... 17 June 1931 ... IV, ii, p. 105, fig. 49,

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[Agora Object] SS 70: Stamped Amphora Handle: Unidentified

High arched, thick; finger groove under angle; below this almost cylindrical. Rather coarse brick red clay; greyish at core; pinkish cream slip; slightly micaceous. Monogram; slightly incomplete upper ... 25 July 1931 ... SS 70 ... SS 70

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[Agora Object] P 3834: Amphoriskos

Mended from many pieces; the handles and neck missing. Pink clay with small red bits, in part fired buff. An extremely heavy fabric. Cistern. Leica, 96-3-17 ... 10 May 1934 ... Agora XXXIII, no. 540, fig. 70, pl. 59.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 640

Upper parts of handles missing, restored. Ring foot; strap handles, slightly concave. Reserved: underside with two glazed circles and dot. From the same deposit, a red-figured kantharos of this same ... Ca. 450 B.C ... Hesperia, Suppl. V, 1941, p. 133, fig. 59, 11, a little ... 3-6, and p. 37, fig. 3, with

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[Agora Object] G 70: Stamnos-shaped Fragments

Four non-contiguous fragments of a stamnos-shaped vase, with wide mouth and short upturned rim. Dark blue glass; well preserved. Agora sample no. 283. Cistern. Mixed destruction filling, containing a ... 27 April 1936 ... G 70 ... G 70

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[Agora Object] P 70: Red Figure Cup Fragments: Type B

Two figures are seen in procession to the left; lower parts of body missing. The first is a woman holding a phiale in her right hand; her hair is elaborately arranged with a large coil at the back; her ... 22 July 1931 ... P.L. a) 0.093, b) 0.047

[Agora Object] T 70: Draped Female Figurine Fragment

Fragment of drapery from upper part of figurine. Top of fragment, above a sort of collar (horizontal depression with applied color), broken projection which seems to be part of chin. Across the expanse ... Card: 4th c. A.D ... P.H. 0.041; P.W. 0.041

[Agora Object] BI 70: Bone Stylus

Preserved complete. The shaft round in section except close to the eraser end, where it is rectangular. Rectangular rockcut shaft (no. 419). Leica, XXIV-47 ... August-September 1932 ... Hesperia 15 (1946), p. 335, no. 354, pl. LXIX.

[Agora Object] J 70: Gold Ornament

Complete rosette. Pierced. Finished Mycenaean chamber tomb: dump; probably from earth in lower part of N.W. corner of chamber. Cf. J 46. Stoa Gallery Leica, color slide, 84-9-7 ... 5 June 1939 ... J 70 ... J 70

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 70

Wall fragment with return. Max. dim. 0.033. W. B. Dinsmoor, Hesperia Suppl. V, p. 136, fig. 63:20. Woman (head with stephane, start of chiton) probably frontal with head in profile to left. At the left, ... Ca. 470-460 B.C ... Agora XXX, no. 70 ... AV 30.70

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 70

Small areas of rim and upper body restored; most of handles missing. Holes in handle stubs from ancient repair. Scraped groove in resting surface; concave underside with nipple. Low, concave stem. Rounded ... Ca. 300 ... Stella G. Miller 1974, no. 10, p. 230, pls. 30, 48.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 70

Ring foot; wall thickens at the flat rim, which slopes inward. Reserved: resting surface and underside, with glazed circle. Vertical scratches on the outside, just below the rim ... 425-400 B.C ... Agora XII, no. 70 ... AV 12.70

[Agora Object] P 16363: Plate Fragments

a) Preserves small part of floor and rim. b) Non-joining floor fragment. Flat bottom; flaring slightly convex wall, joining bottom at angle. Thickened lip slopes up and in and overhangs to interior ... 23 May-10 June 1939 ... Agora V, no. L 59, p. 80, pls. 36, 70.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1173

Handle and mouth missing. Flat projecting bottom; high breast. Bottom reserved. Glaze worn on body. From the middle of the 5th century: P 21916-7 N 7:3 Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 82, fig. 3, 59 and 58, ... 470-450 B.C ... century: P 21916-7 N 7:3 Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 82, fig. 3, 59 and 58, fragmentary.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1804

Outcurved rim flattened on top; low disc foot with slightly spreading profile. 1804-1806 illustrate the shapes and rim profiles of the latter part of the third quarter of the 5th century; the foot may ... Context ca. 435-425 B.C ... straightsided; cf. P 2353-54 R 13:4 Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 494, fig. 16, 69 and p. 512, fig. 25,

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1524

Handle. Lower part of handle. Vertical, double-grooved strap handle. Trace of orange glaze on wall below handle. Soft, somewhat coarse, very micaceous, reddish yellow fabric (5YR 6/6) with red and white ... Context of 250-175 ... 1503, 1514. Cf. Leroux 1913, ... [1968], p. 336, pl. 358:η ... [1977], p. 526, pl. 497:β

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[Agora Object] P 7354: Black Glaze Perfume Pot

[Originally identified as Feeder and Rattle (?)] Lip of spout broken way (found later). Mastos-shaped closed vase with a vertical loop handle and a vertical spout, set an an angle of 90° to one another ... 6 April 1936 ... p. 139, fig. 144d ... 1912, p. 29, no. 56, pl ... Necropoli di Sciatbi, p. 61, no.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 378

Banded decoration; underside reserved, with broad resting surface and two circles and dot. For the foot, cf. B.S.A., LIII-LIV, 1958-59, p. 164, fig. 7, 26, Ismir from Old Smyrna, and London 1947. 7-14 ... 575-550 B.C ... B.S.A., LIII-LIV, 1958-59, p. 164, fig. 7, 26, Ismir from ... Pt. 2, p. 146, figs. 1-2

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1552

Most of handle and parts of foot, underside, and body restored. Low foot; flat resting surface; flat underside with some string marks still visible. Straight lower body, convex shoulder. Tapering neck ... 150-110? (Roman context) ... 1976--1977, no. 24, p. 151, fig. 7 ... Konstantinopoulos 1986, p. 151, fig. 168 ... Leroux 1913, no. 9, pp. 18--19

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[Agora Object] B 1649: Rod Fragment -Flan

Rounded irregular piece. Uncleaned. Pit 2, layer 2. 2246 Leica ... 27 June 1978 ... Hesperia 70 (2001), p. 148, no. 59

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1673

Hemispherical Cup: Pergamene? Three-fourths missing. Slightly recessed underside. Two grooves at bottom of wall, two just below half height. Rim beveled to inside, with scraped groove below. Scraped ... Context of ca. 225-150 ... II, D 2, D 6, p. 59, pls ... 1960, p. 230, fig. 9 ... 1168, pp. 271--272, fig. 9,

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 750

Ring foot. Rim flat on top. Reserved: resting surface and underside with glazed band, circle and central dot. From the same deposit P 2310 Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 476, fig. 1, 37, Pots and Pans, fig. 25, ... 450-425 B.C ... 1935, p. 476, fig. 1, 37, Pots and Pans, fig. 25, with ... Hesperia, ibid., fig. 1, 44, all

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[Agora Object] P 33333: Beehive Fragment

Four joining fragments preserving about one-quarter of floor and part of lower wall. Flat, fairly thin bottom with large hole at center. Underside curves up to nearly vertical wall. Three pronounced, wheel-run ... 17 April 1934 ... P 33333 ... P 33333

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1578

Unglazed. Cf. P 2880 G 13:4 Hesperia, III, 1934, p. 326, fig. 9, A 66 and P 13243 G 12:20 Suppl. IV, 1940, pp. 134-135, fig. 99 c ... End of 4th c. B.C ... 13:4 Hesperia, III, 1934, p. 326, fig. 9, A 66 and P ... 1940, pp. 134-135, fig. 99 c.

[Agora Object] H 90: Round-Mouthed Jug

NM 16059 Flat bottom; continuous profile. Black to brown glaze. Others include Kerameikos V, 1, pl 139, inv. no. 356; C.V.A., Munich 3[9], 117[399], 7-8; C.V.A., Copenhagen 2[2], 70[71], 6; Thorikos ... LG IIB ... 2[2], 70[71], 6; Thorikos IV, p. 88, fig. 69

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[Agora Object] P 24871: Storage Amphora: Chian

Mended. Characteristic Chian body and hollow toe, but shortish straight neck and projecting torus rim. Broad painted bands, double on upper shoulder, single on lower body, down handles and below to lower ... May-June 1954 ... Hesperia 7 (1938), p. 607, fig. 29:217 ... Hesperia 55 (1986), pp. 66-67, no. 421, fig. 42, pl. 18 ... P 24873

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1318

Ring base with start of wall. Glaze misfired greenish on inside. P.H. 0.032; diam. of base 0.062. C. Boulter, Hesperia 22, 1953, p. 70, cat. no. 17, p. 72, fig. 2:17, pl. 27. On each side, owl (feet, ... Mid-5th century B.C ... Boulter, Hesperia 22, 1953, p. 70, cat. no. 17, p. 72, fig. 2:17, pl. 27. On each

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[Agora Object] T 507: Seated Draped Female Figurine Fragment

Broken off at the ankles and the neck. The left arm rests on the thigh, the right arm across the bosom. Traces of white paint. Buff slip. Fine pinkish clay. Attalos Stoa, Shop X, footing trench for stoa ... 19 June 1933 ... AJA 70 (1966), p. 59, noted. ... Hesperia 32 (1963), p. 314, pl. 80, no. 2.

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[Agora Object] I 5361: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Five lines of the inscription preserved and trace of sixth; stoichedon. Pentelic marble. Found in Byzantine context southeast of the Market Square, at ... 30 March 1938 ... Hesperia Suppl. 38 (2008), no. 59, fig. 59, p. 57 ... Tracy (1995), p. 140.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 320

Flaring ring foot; horseshoe handles. Reserved: underside with two circles and dot; outer edge of foot; zone above foot decorated with lines; handle-panels; inside of rim. Added red: two lines below handles ... Ca. 425 B.C ... Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 506, fig. 23, 22; P 2302 ibid., fig. ... Hesperia, VI, 1937, p. 363, fig.

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[Agora Object] P 3203: Storage Amphora

The lip missing. Long pointed body, high vertical handles. Pinkish yellow, slightly micaceous clay. Cistern, in black fill at bottom. Leica, 4-343, 96-3-17 ... 12 March 1934 ... P 3203 ... P 3203

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1041

Most of wall and rim restored. Grooved resting surface; pointed underside. Plain, slightly incurved lip. Rouletting. Shiny, slightly grainy red glaze. Similar: P 3355 (H. A. Thompson 1934, E 46, p. 396, ... 140-110 ... H. A. Thompson 1934, E 48, p. 396, fig. 84.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1505

Handle, most of bottom, and half of body missing. Flat resting surface. Slight groove at junction of foot and underside. High, nearly vertical lower body. Convex shoulder offset from short, tubular neck ... Context of 150-86 ... p. 996, fig. 230:c on p. ... 1913, no. 1, pp. 15--16 ... similar bows see Leroux 1913,

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 694

Center of cup preserving part of wall with vertically incised ribs and central boss which is marked off by a scraped groove outside. The boss itself is in the form of a plastic negroid head. Glazed all ... 350-325 B.C ... 1957, p. 62, fig. 2. For ... XXI, 1962-63, p. 163, figs. 15-16 and cf. p. 164, fig.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1390

Floor fragment with ring base. Band and two concentric circles with central dot on underside of floor. Scratches on surface. Diam. of base 0.087; max. dim. 0.095. H. A. Thompson, Hesperia 17, 1948, pp ... Probably last quarter of the 5th century B.C ... 186--187, fig. 8, pl. 66:3; P. ... p. 431, fig. 7; A ... 1949, p. 749, fig. 12; R.

[Agora Object] P 4860: Black Glaze Mug

Base and fragments of wall missing; restored in plaster. High wall flaring gently toward the top. One heavy vertical ring handle. Massive fabric. Two reserved bands around lower side wall. Black glaze ... 24 February 1935 ... Diam. (lip) 0.096; P.H. 0.10; Rest. H. 0.115

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 436

Scraped groove on top of foot. Graffito on floor and under foot: ΔΕ, ligatured. There are many cups of this shape from the same deposit; of the following, several carry graffiti: P 5116 Hesperia, V, 1936, ... 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 337, fig. ... Hesperia, ibid., p. 353, fig. 22; ... ibid., p. 347, fig. 16, 1; ARV

[Agora Object] P 16756: Ostrakon of Hippokrates Alkmeonidou Alopekethen

Fragment of wall of large pot; black glazed on exterior, interior surface almost entirely worn away. Incised on exterior: House G, east-west cut from room II, reddish earth at east. 418 Leica ... 17 May 1940 ... Agora XXV, no. 257, p. 59, fig. 10.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1508

Handle, upper part of neck, and parts of wall missing. Low, irregular foot; flat resting surface; convex, irregular underside. Lower body with nearly vertical wall, irregularly pared at bottom. Convex ... Context of 100-50? ... p. 996, fig. 230:c on p. ... Leroux 1913, no. 35, pp ... Délos XXVII, D 97, p. 252,

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1488

Neck fragments. From a sizable amphora. Straight neck, broad projecting rim, undercut. Fabric similar to 1489 but heavier. Cream slip with banded decoration in red and black. Imitation Cypriot. 1488 ... Context ca. 320 to 290 B.C ... Hesperia, XXXVIII, 1969, p. 59, fig. 9 above.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 749

Ring foot, projecting, a groove on its outer face. Rim flat on top. Reserved: resting surface and underside with glazed band. Graffito on underside: see Fig. 22. P 2315, from a contemporary deposit, R ... 450-425 B.C ... 1953, p. 82, fig. 3, 61; P ... on underside: see Fig. 22 ... 1935, p. 507, 42. Cf. also P

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 151

Flaring ring foot; high double handle. Glazed: the neck, a band below the handle-attachment, and on the top surface of the foot. There are three published examples from deposits of the second quarter ... 480-450 B.C ... p. 343, fig. 10; P 9473 C ... 1941, p. 138, fig. 64, 25; P ... Suppl. IV, 1940, p. 127, fig.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 520

Lip and center of bowl missing. Horizontal ribbing on bowl. Lip black; bowl intentional red. The drawn profile of this phiale has been assisted by reference to P 23118 H 12:15-S, a similar ribbed phiale ... Ca. 500 B.C ... 235-236, fig. 51; Otchët, 1913-1915 (1918), p. 44, figs. 65 ... 1951, p. 149, note 27

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1759

Type A Pyxis. Foot and lower body preserved. Ring foot with three wide areas cut away to make tripod support; rounded resting surface; slightly convex underside. Cylindrical body, slightly concave. Fairly ... Context of 325-200 with late Hellenistic disturbance ... and Milne 1935, p. 21, fig. 142; Roberts 1978, p. 211, ... no. 581, p. 59, pl. 17) and

[Agora Object] L 71: Lamp

Discus plain. Handle solid, triple grooved. On bottom, double concentric circles. Brownish-red glaze. Red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. ADDENDA For rim and nozzle cf. Corinth IV, ii, p. 103, ... 17 June 1931 ... nozzle cf. Corinth IV, ii, p. 103, fig. 48, no. 1; p. 105, fig. 49, no. 1.

[Agora Object] P 1651: Pyxis Fragment

Fragment from base. Decorated with concentric circles edged by dots inside and out. The type of pyxis decorated inside and beneath appears to belong to a more advanced stage than those hitherto listed ... 15 April 1932 ... Hesperia 2 (1933), p. 561, no. 59, fig. 19.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1506

Vertical section of handle and over half of body, foot, and underside restored. Low, flaring foot; flat resting surface; well-formed, slightly convex underside. Lower body very high and nearly straight ... Context of 150-110 ... H. A. Thompson 1934, E 71, p. 403, fig. 92 ... PF II, p. 111.

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[Agora Object] P 33421: Amphora Fragment with Graffito

Single rim fragment. Part of graffito on outside: Inventoried 26 January 2000. Well north of Nymphaion ... April 1954 ... Hesperia 69 (2000), no. 87, p. 59, fig. 12.

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[Agora Object] P 33127: Ostrakon Fragment

Single small fragment, broken all around. Letters curve around inside of sherd from left to right: Orange (Attic?) fabric. Shiny black glaze inside and out. West of wall 12; east of Classical Building ... 16 June 1997 ... P.H. 0.032; P.Th. 0.005; P.W. 0.030

[Agora Object] P 26387: Jar Fragment with Graffito: Mendean

One edge of fragment curves up toward neck. Graffito(?): Micaceous light brown clay. Mendean? Catalogued December 1958. Well to north of Nymphaion. Leica ... April 1954 ... P 26387 ... P 26387

[Agora Object] P 26343: Jar Fragment with Graffiti: Mendean

Fragment from base of neck. Graffiti: Micaceous light brown clay (Mendean?). Thick smear on inner surface. Catalogued December 1958. Well to north of Nymphaion. Container 30. Leica ... April 1954 ... P 26343 ... P 26343

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 772

Ring foot. Plain rim. Totally glazed. Graffito on underside: see Fig. 22. Published from contemporary deposits: P 7217 F-G 9-10 Hesperia, VI, 1937, p. 154, fig. 89 b; P 10560 B 15:1, XVIII, 1949, p. 330, ... 425-400 B.C ... VI, 1937, p. 154, fig. 89 ... underside: see Fig. 22. Published ... 1949, p. 330, 73; P 19297 B

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1955

Close to 1954; normal size. Unpierced spout, straightsided. Others of the second half of the 5th century: P 5487 R 13:4 Hesperia, IV, 1935, p. 514, fig. 26, 80, as large as 1951 and, from Corinth, C-34-939: ... Context ca. 425-400 B.C ... 1935, p. 514, fig. 26, 80, as ... 1937, p. 305, fig. 36, 205 ... half of the 5th century: P

[Agora Object] AP 2273: Handle of Column-Krater (Black Figure Sherd)

Flat piece on top of handle; incised; glazed worn. Bearded man, and woman. Carl Roebuck, Nb. No. 9. East Slope. 56 ... 17 June 1938 ... P.L. 0.11

[Agora Object] H 310: Phaleron Cup

All glazed inside. Dull black glaze, shading in places to red. Cf. Thorikos IV, p. 78, fig. 49 ... LG IIB ... Hesperia Suppl. 16 (1975), no. 284, p. 66, pl. 23.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1824

Shallow basin on broadly flaring ring foot; flat-topped rim with deep vertical face. Heavy fabric; glaze on top of rim, on handles and on foot; thin inside. For practical purposes a shallow tub rather ... Context, ca. 500 B.C ... Museum, A-P 2424: Hesperia, IX, 1940, p. 251, fig. 54, 325, ... Otchët, 1913-15(1918), pp.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 872

Half restored. Rounded resting surface; pointed underside. Upper wall flares to plain rim. Originally four ferns within rouletting. Shiny glaze, mottled red and black, with stacking line. Graffito Χ on ... 290-275 ... Thompson 1934, A 9, p. 317, fig. 3 and fig. 117 on p. 436 ... no. 26, p. 232, fig. 3, pl.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1166

Flat projecting bottom rising to central tube. Spout nearly vertical. Groove under mouth. Reserved bottom. Glaze fired brown and black. Contemporary, P 10818 G 12:22 Hesperia, Suppl. IV, 1940, p. 127, ... 475-450 B.C ... Hesperia, Suppl. IV, 1940, p. 127, fig. 94f and P 5152 H ... 341, fig. 9. P 16458 G

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1797

Lower part of large lekane; flaring ring foot. Two large letters scratched on the underside, the first mostly broken away, the second: Ε. For some other lekanai with graffiti from the same deposit see ... Context ca. 470-460 B.C ... Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 343, fig. ... 350-351, fig. 21; P 5170 ibid., cf. p. 352.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1769

Medicine Bottle. Half of rim missing; foot chipped. Flat underside, pierced underneath. Irregular, angular profile with high shoulder. Vertical rim with groove at junction with body. Micaceous, pink ... Late Hellenistic and Roman context ... 7369, p. 605, fig. 104:a ... Technau 1929, p. 47, fig. 36:5 ... 87, p. 425, fig. 528:3;

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1012

About half preserved. Rim grooved above and below. Raised rings on underside. Unglazed. A pair with 1013. Close to this and the following are P 21369 N 7:3 Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 82, fig. 3, 53; P ... Ca. 450 B.C ... Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 82, fig. ... Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, p. 325, fig. 4, 152, and New Haven,

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 551

Flaring ring foot. Concave lower part of wall, a groove at its junction with the upper part. Reserved: underside with glazed band, two circles and dot. Decoration inside: palmette cross on a circle. The ... Ca. 400 B.C ... 1937, p. 155, fig. 90 f; P ... p. 319, fig. 1, 157. The ... 1935, p. 502, fig. 20, 14 and