[Agora Drawing] PD 2312 (DA 3400)

Plan of the Hadrianic aqueduct in Sections ΒΒ and ΙΙ ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... Dirty Heavy Tracing Paper Drafting Ink ... 1975


[Agora Drawing] PD 2314 (DA 3401)

Isometric of the Hadrianic aqueduct in Section ΒΒ ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... Dirty Heavy Tracing Paper Drafting Ink ... 1975


[Agora Drawing] PD 2313 (DA 3402)

Plan of the Hadrianic aqueduct in Sections ΑΑ ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... Dirty Heavy Tracing Paper Drafting Ink ... 1975

[Agora Drawing] PD 1133-5 (DA 5617)

Graffiti for Mabel Lang ... Hero Athanassiades ... 1960

[Agora Drawing] PD 1137 (DA 169)

Actual state plan of Section ΠΑ, not inked ... John Travlos ... f Fragile Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink Pencil Colored Pencil ... 1959


[Agora Drawing] PD 2345 (DA 404)

Elevation of the Panathenaic Way, the Library of Pantainos, and adjacent buildings ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... Drafting Film Drafting Ink ... 1976


[Agora Drawing] PD 1138 (DA 498)

Actual state plan of Southeast Temple: unfinished ... John Travlos ... Faint Stained Dirty Cartridge Paper Pencil ... 1959

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 44

Lid, the top flat with downturned rim. Small loop handle. Reserved: underneath, and the handle. Inscribed around the top: ΑΡΟΛΟΔΟΠΟ ΕΙΜΙ. A very similar lid is Oxford 1966. 1791: Beazley Gifts 1912-1966, ... 500-480 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 116

Top of handle. Small. Incised above: ΓΛΑΥ ... Late 5th c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 251

Echinus ring foot; high concave handle. Two added red lines at the greatest circumference. Heavily incised on the shoulder: ΘΑΜΝΕ̣[Ο⟧Σ ΕΙΜΙ. By the same potter, P 17851, from the same deposit ... Ca. 550 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 339

Torus ring foot; horseshoe handles. Reserved: underside with circle and dot, and resting surface. Glaze fired for the most part red. Inscribed beneath: ΜΙΛΩΝΟΣ ΕΙΜΙ ... Ca. 480 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 361

Torus ring foot; horseshoe handle. The vertical handle does not reach the rim. Reserved: resting surface and underside with three circles and dot. Graffiti between handle-attach- ments: horizontal handle: ... 480-450 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 404

Two scraped grooves at junction of stem and foot. Reserved: outer face of foot, resting surface, center of stem inside with circle and dot, handle-panels. Graffito on underside: ΘΠΑ. Other pots from the ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 436

Scraped groove on top of foot. Graffito on floor and under foot: ΔΕ, ligatured. There are many cups of this shape from the same deposit; of the following, several carry graffiti: P 5116 Hesperia, V, 1936, ... 470-460 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 540

Small. Flaring ring foot; concave lower part of wall. Reserved: underside with glazed band, two circles and dot. Incised on underside: ΦΙΛΟ. There are a number of bolsals as small and smaller than this, ... Ca. 420 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1655

Bowl: Pergamene Sigillata? Foot preserved, some chips missing. Flaring foot with groove and ridge at top; broad, beveled resting surface with two grooves at inner edge. Concave underside. Graffito ΚΥ ... Context of 110-75

[Agora Object] Agora XXIX, no. 1752

Aryballos. Rim slightly chipped. Flat bottom, slightly concave and unglazed. Squat, rounded body with greatest diameter slightly below mid-height; groove on shoulder. Low, thin neck; shallow cup mouth ... Context of 200-160