Agora Object: MC 1296
Inventory Number:   MC 1296
Section Number:   ΜΜ 613
Title:   Turkish Pipe
Category:   Misc. Clay Objects
Description:   A little over half of bowl and rim broken away.
It is of the lily type, with rim and bowl blending into each other, heavy lip with striations, long stem socket with large hole, and heavy keel continuing under bowl and up front, where it becomes a decorative element.
Impressed decoration under lip, seal on left side of stem socket.
Orange clay, red slip.
Cf. MC 1298.
Notes:   surface through sand to 54.50m. Catalogued November 1979.
Context:   Surface through sand to 54.50m. From pottery storage.
Notebook Page:   386
Negatives:   80-13-32
Dimensions:   H. 0.041; P.L. 0.062; Diam. (hole) 0.014
Date:   20 April 1936
Section:   ΜΜ
Grid:   ΜΜ:42-50/ΙΕ-ΙΘ
Elevation:   Ca. 54.50m.
Masl:   54.5m.
Lot:   Lot ΜΜ 10
Period:   Turkish
Bibliography:   Hesperia 54 (1985), p. 199, pl. 63, no. A 34.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:MC 1298
References:   Publication: Hesperia 54 (1985)
Image: 2012.70.1751 (80-13-32)
Lot: ΜΜ 10
Notebook: ΜΜ-2
Notebook: ΜΜ-7
Notebook Page: ΜΜ-7-88 (pp. 1364-1365)
Card: MC 1296