Agora Object: P 10270
Inventory Number:   P 10270
Section Number:   ΚΤΛ 69
Title:   Red Figure Pyxis Fragment: Inscribed
Category:   Pottery
Description:   From the wall of a pyxis, part of the rim preserved, the inner vertical flange broken off. Nude female figure reclining left, looking back right. A cloak is thrown over her legs, and she wears an embroidered sakkos. In front of her, the bent knees and part of the drapery belonging to another figure.
In the field at the left: Δ Η Μ Ω Ν Α Σ Σ Α
At the right: Ψ(?)
At extreme left, a bit of the hair of a third figure, and a hand holding out a necklace. Relief contour for the woman's left shoulder and the lower line of her right arm, only. White, faded, for the inscription.
Context:   Vouliagmeni Street, excavations of the telephone company.
Negatives:   Leica, 88-10-4
Dimensions:   Est. Diam. 0.16; H. 0.032; W. 0.051
Date:   11 May 1937
Section:   ΚΤΛ
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Harvard Univ. Art Mus. Bull. 5 (1996), p. 17.
    Brommer (1960), p. 371.
    AJA 54 (1950), p. 320.
References:   Image: 2012.76.0948 (88-10-4)
Card: P 10270
Card: P 10270