[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1

Foot missing. Offset neck and echinoid mouth; raised ridge at junction of neck and wall; round handles. Neck reserved. Added red: band at level of lower attachment of handles. For a later version, see ... 575-550 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 2

Spreading ring foot with torus outer and convex inner face. Fillet at junction of foot and wall, bounded at either side by a scraped groove. Strap handles; double mouth consisting of two broad tori. Ring ... Late 6th c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 3

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth. Ridge at junction of neck and wall; strap handles. Added red: two lines at level of lower attachment of handle, one on lower part of wall, one inside mouth, one just below ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 4

Ring foot. Echinoid mouth inset from neck and flat on top. Double ridge at junction of neck and wall. Inside of mouth and neck has a concave-convex curve. Strap handles. Reserved: flat top of mouth. Heavy ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Agora Object] P 12781: Black Glaze Amphora

Fragments of wall and chips from rim and base missing. Spreading ring foot; squat eggy body; rather tall narrow neck set off from shoulder by a ridge; thickened rounded lip. Band handles middle of neck ... 5 May 1938

[Agora Object] P 26725: Black Glaze Amphora

Mended from numerous fragments. Missing: one handle, more than half of wall and small fragments from lip, neck and foot. Almost entirely restored in plaster. Flaring mouth, flat on top. Ridge at beginning ... 23 July 1959


[Agora Object] P 24986: Black Glaze Neck Amphora

Foot and fragments of body missing; restored. Reserved neck with small raised ring at junction with body. Broad red band below handles. Μελαμβαφής αμφορέας. Λείπουν θραύσματα από τη βάση και το σώμα του ... June 1955

[Agora Object] P 7266: Black Glaze Amphora

The foot preserved, and more than half of the lip and neck, with both handles; the profile complete, but the body fragmentary; restored in plaster. Broad projecting ring foot, flat on top; two scraped ... 19-23 March 1936