Agora Object: P 15512
Inventory Number:   P 15512
Section Number:   ΝΝ 1373
Title:   Pyxis with Lid
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Much missing; restored in plaster. Ring foot, concave body with rim flanged to receive lid; rim-flange pierced with tie holes. Bands, interrupted by a zone of chevrons, to shoulder; on shoulder, hatched maeander; above, bands and zone of zigzags. Floor and bottom similarly decorated with bands and dot rows concentrically; eight(?)-armed cross at center. Lid fragmentary; around edge, concentric bands and a zone of dots; central part glazed. Plastic horse handle, non-joining, entirely glazed black except for two bands across chest, stripes on mane and face, decorated with St. Andrew's crosses and dot eyes. Black glaze, rather dull, and in places much pitted.
Context:   Sacrificial Pit VI = Grave 18, upper filling, Geometric.
Notebook Page:   2162, 2223
Negatives:   Leica
PD Number:   PD 2774-168
Dimensions:   H. (of pyxis) 0.08; Rest. H. 0.168; Diam. 0.22
Date:   10 June 1939
Section:   ΝΝ
Grid:   ΝΝ:109/ΙΗ
Deposit:   B 21:23
Period:   Geometric
Bibliography:   Hesperia 20 (1951), pl. 36D.
    Agora XXXVI, no. T25-3, pp. 241-242, fig. 2.152.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 20 (1951)
Publication Page: Agora 8, s. 134, p. 120
Image: 2007.01.1801
Deposit: B 21:23
Notebook: ΝΝ-11
Notebook: ΝΝ-12
Notebook Page: ΝΝ-11-87 (pp. 2162-2163)
Notebook Page: ΝΝ-12-16 (pp. 2223-2224)
Card: P 15512