[Agora Object] P 18837: Black Glaze Bowl: Stamped

A single fragment preserves rather more than half. Small open bowl with slightly thickened rim. Ring foot, with concave moulding on inside. On the floor a ring of ovules with palmettes around. Black ... 8-11 August 1947

[Agora Object] P 18859: Black Glaze Bowl: Stamped

Two fragments, both mended, give about half of the base, floor and sides. Small open bowl of heavy fabric. Ring foot, a light ridge around its upper edge, and another above, around the lower wall. Underside ... 26-29 September 1947

[Agora Object] P 18916: Black Glaze Bowl

Profile complete; the ring foot preserved and less than one-quarter of wall and rim. High thin ring foot; rather deep rounded wall finished with a broad flaring rim. Good black glaze over all, except ... 10-12 June 1947

[Agora Object] P 18938: Black Glaze Saucer: Stamped

Rim complete; floor and foot missing. Moulded rim, grooved on top and on outer face; wall moulded outside. Ring of palmettes stamped around outer edge of floor. Good black glaze over all. Late 5th. c ... 28 June-8 July 1947

[Agora Object] P 19145: Black Glaze Bowl with Glaze Decoration

Fragments of body, rim and foot missing. Small heavy bowl on torus ring foot. The rim thickened and flat on top. Reserved: the top of the rim, decorated with four (perhaps five) interlocking maeander hooks; ... 3-7, 14-19 July 1947

[Agora Object] P 19263: Bowl: Type D

Intact except for small chips. Low ring foot with broad resting surface. Thickened rim incurved. Pinkish-buff clay; red glaze fired over all except reserved resting surface and broad band at junction ... 7 April 1948

[Agora Object] P 19320: Black Glaze Bowl

Mended from several pieces; complete. Small shallow bowl on ring foot with concave inner profile; rounded rim, slightly inturned. Heavy fabric. Firm glaze over all, fired gray to greenish and red. Cf ... 26 April 1948


[Agora Object] P 19361: Black Glaze Bowl: Type D and Stamped

Intact but for chips from rim and base. Slightly incurved rim; shallow bowl; heavy base ring. Within, four badly stamped palmettes. Glazed over all save for the resting surface. Cistern A. 4th. c. B.C ... 7-8 April 1948