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[Agora Object] P 34081: Jug

Intact. Small, convex base with dimple (pot not stable). Conical rounded body, narrow concave high neck with slightly flaring rim. Raised band around base of neck. Large strap handle from shoulder to rim ... 23 July 2001

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[Agora Object] S 3500: Roman Portrait Head

Broken off at neck, missing most of chin, mouth and nose. Eyes damaged, but in good condition from eyebrows up. Male head, larger than life-size, with thick curly hair and light beard. From ear to ear, ... 19 June 2002

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[Agora Object] MC 1681: Unbaked Clay Pellets

Two globular pellets. Light brown fabric. Pyre beneath floor of Classical Building II, Room 1 ... 20 June 2001

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[Agora Object] BI 1222: Ivory Figurine

Small figurine mended from three fragments. Main body in one piece, broken just above the ankles, right arm is missing. Also gaps in the locks of her hair. Orange stain in the back of the head and few ... 23 June 2005

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[Agora Object] BI 1223: Palmette Stamp

Mended from two fragments, broken at one end. Burnt bone discolored black and white and cracked. Length of bone, roughly square in section, slightly flaring at preserved end with palmette stamp carved ... 24 June 2005

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[Agora Object] B 2032: Mycenaean Bronze Spear Point

Complete. Socket end mended. Cracked along midrib. Slight corrosion. Broad rounded midrib along axis from socket, tapering to point. Two lateral nail holes in socket to fasten shaft. Bronze. Mycenaean ... 7 July 1998

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[Agora Object] B 2033: Mycenaean Bronze Dagger with Gold Leaf

Broken in three fragments: at handle attachment and midway along hilt. Upper part of blade cracked. Three rivets preserved along hilt, two on widest area of blade. Seven complete studs (+one fragmentary) ... 7 July 1998

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[Agora Object] B 2148: Bronze Steelyard Bar

Complete steelyard bar, twisted along length and bent ca. 30 degrees at 0.210m. from short end and 0.280m. from long end. Some iron adhesion in one interstice and a small lump on the offset ring. Quadrilateral ... 15 June 2004