Agora Object: P 19235
Inventory Number:   P 19235
Section Number:   ΟΟ 601
Title:   Oinochoe
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Mended from many pieces, all of them burned; much missing from body, shoulders and foot, and all except lower stump of handle. Low ring foot and squat body with level of greatest diameter low and long sloping shoulder, barely convex. Long narrow neck and shallow trefoil mouth. Glazed with a reserved line above the foot, to just above level of greatest diameter. Below the shoulder a zone bordered above and below by triple lines, and decorated with a zigzag dotted above and below. Latticed triangles on the shoulder (probably three). The neck reserved, except under the handle, and decorated with a band of tooth pattern between double lines above and below. The mouth glazed. Ladder pattern on outer face of band handle. Buff clay burned gray; thick black glaze, almost entirely peeled off.
Context:   Geometric Grave; funeral pyre.
Notebook Page:   1633
Negatives:   Leica, XXIV-10, XXIV-95, 84-370
PD Number:   PD 2774-111
Dimensions:   H. 0.123; Diam. 0.109
Date:   8-10, 12 April 1948
Section:   ΟΟ
Grid:   ΟΟ:58/Ε
Deposit:   D 16:2
Period:   Geometric
Bibliography:   Hesperia 30 (1961), p. 159, noted under no. 13.
    Desborough (1952), pp. 54, 77.
    Hesperia 18 (1949), p. 293, no. 9, pl. 67:9, fig. 7.
    Agora XXXVI, no. T11-9, pp. 90-91, fig. 2.41.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 18 (1949)
Publication: Hesperia 30 (1961)
Report: 1948 ΟΟ
Report Page: 1948 ΟΟ, s. 20
Drawing: PD 2394-4; PD 2394-5; PD 2394-3 (DA 5040)
Drawing: PD 2394-5 (DA 5006)
Images (5)
Deposit: D 16:2
Notebook: ΟΟ-8
Notebook: ΟΟ-9
Notebook Page: ΟΟ-8-43 (pp. 1476-1477)
Notebook Page: ΟΟ-9-94 (pp. 1778-1779)
Notebook Page: ΟΟ-9-95 (pp. 1780-1781)
Card: P 19235
Card: P 19235