Agora Object: P 12113
Inventory Number:   P 12113
Section Number:   ΑΑ 164
Title:   Two-Handled Pot
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Fragmentary upper part preserved; nothing of base; more than half the lip missing, most of one handle, and much of the walls. Restored in plaster. A small wide-mouthed amphora with band handles from lip to shoulder. The rim pushed out, front and back, to make a trefoil pouring lip. Lower body banded, with a row of dots at point of greatest diameter. On the shoulder panels of checkerboard on either side of panels filled by interlocking latticed triangles. The mouth glazed.
Context:   Geometric well, lower fill, basket 5.
Negatives:   Leica, VII-88
Dimensions:   Est. Diam. 0.085; P.H. 0.09
Date:   15 March 1938
Section:   ΑΑ
Grid:   ΑΑ:29/ΛΕ
Elevation:   -8.9--8.9m.
Masl:   -8.9m.
Deposit:   S 18:1
Basket:   5
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Hesperia 30 (1961), p. 118, no. L 7, pl. 14
References:   Publication: Hesperia 30 (1961)
Publication Page: Agora 8, s. 133, p. 119
Image: 2012.50.0690 (VII-88)
Deposit: S 18:1
Card: P 12113