Agora Object: P 17228
Inventory Number:   P 17228
Section Number:   ΩΔ 250
Title:   Oinochoe
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Most of trefoil mouth and small fragments of body restored; broken and mended in antiquity; two clamp or string holes preserved in neck, just below rim. Ring foot, too low for convex bottom, which makes pot sit unevenly; ovoid body; straight neck; band handle.
Foot glazed; two bands around lower body; a wide and two narrow bands at point of greatest circumference. On shoulder at front, two sets of compass-drawn concentric circles, solid at the middle; tails hanging from band around base of neck to each side. The mouth was glazed. St. Andrew's cross on handle; glazed ring around its lower attachment. Inner edge of mouth glazed.
Buff to grayish clay. Dull black glaze, much peeled.
Context:   Protogeometric well below west part of Odeion Cavea.
Notebook Page:   518
Negatives:   Leica, XLV-79, 84-341, 96-65-33(31,32), 96-65-36(34,35)
PD Number:   PD 2773-39, DA 9637, DA 9656
Dimensions:   H. 0.286; Diam. (foot) 0.102
Date:   July 1946
Section:   ΩΔ
Elevation:   -2--2m.
Deposit:   L 11:1
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Hesperia Suppl. 31 (2003), no. 56, p. 72, fig. 2.25.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 31 (2003)
Drawing: PD 2773-39 (DA 5360)
Image: 2012.57.0274 (84-341)
Image: 2012.52.1482 (XLV-79)
Deposit: L 11:1
Notebook: ΩΔ-3
Notebook: ΩΔ-4
Notebook Page: ΩΔ-4-42 (pp. 675-676)
Card: P 17228
Card: P 17228