Agora Object: P 1984
Inventory Number:   P 1984
Section Number:   Η 318
Title:   Vessel Fragment
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Mended from many pieces; a small part of the neck preserved with about one-quarter of the swelling body; none of the base. Three bands of paint around the bottom, three at the point of greatest circumference and one where the neck joins the body. Degenerate octopus on shoulder. Around the lip, a broad band, extending for ca. 0.006m. on the inside. Traces of a handle attachment at the right of the fragment.
Slightly lustrous paint, brown on neck and shoulder, red below. Pink clay; cream slip carried inside for the depth of the neck.
ADDENDA Agora Sample no. 361 [May 1976].
Context:   Mycenaean grave.
Negatives:   Leica, 3-225
PD Number:   Ptg. 101
Dimensions:   Diam. (lip) ca. 0.05; P.H. 0.12
Date:   15 May 1933
Section:   Η
Grid:   Η:12/ΙΖ
Elevation:   53.65m.
Masl:   53.65m.
Deposit:   J 8:4
Period:   Mycenaean
Bibliography:   Hesperia 4 (1935), p. 318.
    Agora XIII, no. VIII-5.
References:   Publication: Agora XIII
Publication: Hesperia 4 (1935)
Publication Page: Agora 13, s. 212, p. 191
Publication Page: Agora 13, s. 291, p. 270
Publication Page: Agora 13, s. 349
Drawing: DA 10617
Image: 2012.22.0048 (3-225)
Deposit: J 8:4
Notebook: Η-4
Notebook Page: Η-4-73 (pp. 714-715)
Notebook Page: Η-4-84 (pp. 736-737)
Card: P 1984