Agora Object: P 1042
Inventory Number:   P 1042
Section Number:   ΣΤ' 521
Title:   Hydria
Category:   Pottery
Description:   The lip preserved at the junction with the handle, but otherwise missing, together with part of the neck, and many pieces from the body.
Glazed are: the foot; three lines around lower body; a broad band around shoulder bounded by a narrower one above and below; one line passing up and over, one behind the horizontal handles, their ends pendent and crossing the lines below; on the upper shoulder, four groups of concentric semicircles (15 bands), separated on the sides by groups of five curving lines hanging from the base of the neck, and on the front by a vertical band bounded by pairs of straight lines, and filled by three crosshatched lozenges, one above the other. The neck glazed solid; on the vertical handle, a line around the base, four horizontal bars on the lower part and, above, two stripes crossing.
Pale buff clay with some bits, covered with a thin self slip. Glaze brownish-black, in places fired a dark red, much flaked.
Context:   Pit.
Negatives:   Leica, XLV-74
PD Number:   DA 9546
Dimensions:   Diam. 0.275, (base) 0.12; H. 0.405
Date:   11-13 June 1932
Section:   ΣΤ'
Grid:   ΣΤ':53-55/ΙΓ-ΙΕ
Deposit:   H 16-17:1
Period:   Protogeometric
Bibliography:   Hesperia Suppl. 31 (2003), p. 93, n. 21.
    Desborough (1952), p. 43.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 31 (2003)
Image: 2012.52.1477 (XLV-74)
Deposit: H 16-17:1
Card: P 1042
Card: P 1042