Agora Object: A 428
Inventory Number:   A 428
Section Number:   Β 966
Title:   Trough Tile Fragment
Category:   Architecture Terracotta
Description:   A trough tile with a large hole (only partly preserved) surrounded by a rim to prevent water from running in. The rim is pointed at one end.
Buff clay with red particles. Dull red glaze, much flaked, on upper surface.
Other fragments which perhaps belong to this tile have been left in the tile dump near the mouth of the well.
Cf. A 429 (Β 967), also A 690 (ΠΘ 2333).
Cf. Olympia, Text, II, p.17 and fig. 10, a and b.
Context:   Tile dump of well.
Negatives:   Leica, IX-16
Dimensions:   Max. Dim. 0.37; P.L. 0.36; P.W. 0.32; H. (collar) 0.06-0.075
Material:   Terracotta
Date:   April 1934
Section:   Β
Grid:   Β:15/ΛΔ
Elevation:   -16.8--16.8m.
Masl:   -16.8m.
Deposit:   F 11:2
Bibliography:   Hesperia 70 (2001), p. 174, n. 54.
    Hesperia Suppl. 4 (1940), p. 79, n. 55, p. 81, fig. 61.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:A 429
    Agora:Object:A 690
    Agora:Object:Olympia, Text, II, p.17 and fig. 10, a and b.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 70 (2001)
Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 4 (1940)
Image: 1997.04.0135 (IX-16)
Deposit: F 11:2
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Card: A 428