[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1493

Floor fragment with part of bowl and start of stem. Max. dim. 0.165; outer diam. of tondo 0.115. I, youth (head, feet, draped left leg, right foot) standing frontally, head in profile to right, looking ... Ca. 410-400 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1494

Three non-joining bowl fragments, a and b with part of lip. Reserved line on inside of lip at rim. Glaze slightly greenish on outside. Est. diam. at rim 0.22; max. dim. a) 0.124, b) 0.028, c) 0.055. A, ... Ca. 410-400 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1495

Lip and bowl fragment. Max. dim. 0.076. Youth (torso, left arm outstretched, right arm at side) frontal, head probably turned to right. Preliminary sketch. Relief contour for torso ... Ca. 410-400 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1496

Floor fragment, strengthened with plaster. Max. dim. 0.124; outer diam. of tondo 0.10. I, Nike (most of arms, front of body missing) to right, dressed in a peplos, arms outstretched. Reserved exergue ... Late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1497

Fragment of lip, bowl, and floor with thickening for start of stem. Top of rim reserved. Glaze abraded and misfired around ornament and on figure next to it on outside; flaked slightly on inside. Max ... Late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1498

Floor fragment. Max. dim. 0.062; est. outer diam. of tondo 0.144. I (illustrated), youth (head and chest, start of drapery on right shoulder) to right. Around tondo, stopped-maeander pattern. A, lower ... Late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1499

Lip and bowl fragment. Top of rim reserved. Max. dim. 0.11; est. diam. at rim 0.19. P. E. Corbett, Hesperia 18, 1949, pp. 314--315, cat. no. 13, pl. 80. Youth (filleted head, outstretched left arm, right ... Late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1500

Mended with missing pieces restored in plaster and painted, notably all of one handle and part of the bowl to the left of it, all of stem and foot plate. The glaze misfired red in the center of the tondo ... Late 5th century B.C.