Agora Object: P 20360
Inventory Number:   P 20360
Section Number:   ΟΟ 1350
Title:   Bowl Fragment with Relief Decoration
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Broken all around; from curved side of a Western Sigillata bowl. Three figures preserved, with part of a fourth at the right, and a bit of some decoration at the left. From left: a youth, dancing right, a light staff over his left shoulder, a cloak falling from his arm. Next, a group of two women, the first, standing right, draped, looks back and down towards his right foot, raised to her outstretched hand, as if she is fastening a sandal. Her left arm, extended to give her balance, frames the head of the second figure, seated right, partly draped. She holds her hair extended as if drying it.
Fine pinkish-buff clay. Excellent glaze.
Context:   Second layer below cobble stones at west end of E-W Street.
Notebook Page:   3523
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   P.W. 0.071; P.H. 0.052
Date:   20 October 1949
Section:   ΟΟ
Lot:   Lot ΟΟ 538
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Agora XXXII, no. 700, pl. 41.
References:   Publication: Agora XXXII
Lot: ΟΟ 538
Notebook: ΟΟ-17
Notebook: ΟΟ-18
Notebook: ΟΟ-19
Notebook Pages (4)
Card: P 20360
Card: P 20360