Agora Object: P 17315
Inventory Number:   P 17315
Section Number:   ΟΑ 1115
Title:   Hydria
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Restored in plaster: body fragments, and most of mouth. Low base and plump round body; two rolled horizontal and one vertical band handle, shoulder to rim. Raised ridge below junction of body and neck. Decoration in dull black glaze, mostly peeled: two bands below the handles, three above; one at the base of the neck, and a band inside the lip. In the shoulder zone, two spirals at the front, one to each side of the handle at the back; multiple hanging tails between at each side. A wavy line down the outer face of the vertical handle; bands on the horizontal handles, and tails hanging from their attachments.
Pinkish-buff clay, unglazed. Submycenaean.
Context:   Well 19, latest Mycenaean, fill 2, containers 10-12.
Negatives:   Leica
PD Number:   Ptg. 362, PD 2496, PD 2774
Dimensions:   Diam. 0.315
Date:   April 1939
Section:   ΟΑ
Elevation:   -14--14m.
Deposit:   U 26:4
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Papadopoulos (2007b), p. 95, fig. 96A.
    Hesperia Suppl. 20 (1982), p. 153, n. 43, pl. 22 b.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 20 (1982)
Plans and Drawings (4)
Image: 2008.03.0125
Deposit: U 26:4
Card: P 17315
Card: P 17315