Agora Object: P 10154
Inventory Number:   P 10154
Section Number:   ΘΘ 170
Title:   Hydria
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Much of body and neck, one handle and all of base missing. Restored in plaster. Slender body; straight neck, outcurving rim with snakes in relief on it; one strap handle with snake, and snakes around shoulder. Glaze mostly gone. On preserved part of neck, to left of handle, a band of S scrolls; parts of four figures in panel below. Starting at right, two female figures holding palm branches facing left, then a male figure holding a lyre(?) facing them. Some object, perhaps a pointed amphora, between him and the last female figure. Behind the male, another female figure facing right holding palm branches. On shoulder, band of hooks; then a wider band, almost illegible, of vertical lines and waves; a horizontal band of lines and herringbone pattern and below this rays and another band of horizontal lines and herringbones.
Context:   Pocket inside of pit.
Negatives:   Leica, 7-303, 82-12-29, 82-12-30, 82-12-31
PD Number:   Ptg. 71, PD 1071
Dimensions:   Diam. a) (rim) 0.12; Max. Dim. c) 0.042, d) 0.037; P.H. a) 0.28, b) 0.105
Date:   27 April 1937
Section:   ΘΘ
Grid:   ΘΘ:15/ΙΔ
Elevation:   -4.6--4.6m.
Masl:   -4.6m.
Deposit:   T 19:3
Period:   Protoattic
Bibliography:   Papadopoulos (2007b), p. 142, fig. 132A.
    Hesperia 7 (1938), p. 341, fig. 23.
    BCH 61 (1937), pl. XXXV.
    Agora VIII, no. 384.
    Agora XXXI, p. 111.
References:   Publication: Agora VIII
Publication: Agora XXXI
Publication: Hesperia 7 (1938)
Publication Pages (4)
Drawing: DA 10503
Images (5)
Deposit: T 19:3
Card: P 10154
Card: P 10154