Agora Object: P 1889
Inventory Number:   P 1889
Section Number:   Θ 1118
Title:   Askos Fragment: West Slope
Category:   Pottery
Description:   About half of the vase is preserved. Round base separated from its inwardly sloping sides by a ridged projection which probably served to hold the vase in a stand. On one side, a curiously-angled spout. The bottom is unglazed; the upper part is covered with black glaze except in the hollows between the ridges of the projection, where the glaze has been cut away. On one side, a horizontal band and wave design in yellow with white in the interstices; on the other, a yellow leaf pattern.
Reddish clay; fairly good glaze.
Context:   Trench Κ-Μ (drain), strosis 1.
Negatives:   Leica, 90-12-16
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.057; P.L. 0.092; P.W. 0.062
Date:   20 April 1933
Section:   Θ
Grid:   Θ:17-29/ΙΒ-ΙΖ
Elevation:   59.00-58.80m.
Masl:   58.8-59m.
Deposit:   H-K 12-14
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Médéon de Phocide V (1976), p. 80.
    BCH 90 (1966), no. 4, pp. 131-143.
    Agora XXIX, no. 1179, pl. 86.
References:   Publication: Agora XXIX
Publication Page: Agora 29.1, s. 395, p. 356
Publication Page: Agora 29.1, s. 560, p. 521
Object: Agora XXIX, no. 1179
Deposit: H-K 12-14
Card: P 1889