|Inventory Number:||G 181|
|Section Number:||Ψ 371|
|Description:||Mouth with pine cone stopper.|
The mouth, narrow neck, and most of the handle are preserved.
Stuck in the mouth, point downward is a small pine cone, obviously used as a stopper.
|Notes:||The pine cone disappeared between 1940-1947; apparently was eaten by rats while objects were stored in cellar.|
|Context:||Well. Container 28.|
|Dimensions:||P.H. 0.045; Diam. (mouth) 0.032|
|Date:||20 May 1938|
|Bibliography:||Agora XXXIV, no. 315, p. 144, pl. 27.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XXXIV|
Deposit: P 18:2
Notebook Pages (5)
Card: G 181