Agora Object: P 10360
Inventory Number:   P 10360
Section Number:   ΟΧ 154
Title:   Hydria
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Restored in plaster, there is no direct join between the neck and shoulder fragments and the restored height is thus conjectural. Fragments of the wall, with parts of foot, rim and all of three handles preserved. Tongue pattern on rim; maeander below scene. Preserved are parts of a seated woman, a youth wearing boots, and a standing girl. No relief contours.
The horizontal handles, as restored, are equidistant from the vertical handle; and for the left hand fragment the position seems fixed. This arrangement however brings them considerbly nearer the back than the front, and it may not be correct. If it is correct, there were four figures in the scene, not three.
Conservation Status:   Finished
Context:   Brownish earth south and S.E. of Grave 2 and Pit 2.
Negatives:   Leica, 81-302
Dimensions:   Diam. ca. 0.25; Rest. H. 0.325
Date:   16 march 1936
Section:   ΟΧ
Elevation:   Ca. -1.25m.
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Hesperia 32 (1963), p. 132, no. 15, pl. 50.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 32 (1963)
Card: P 10360
Card: P 10360