[Agora Object] T 565: Female Head

Crude head, considerably battered; broken at neck. The hair is done in an elaborately braided mass at the back. Made in two pieces. Unglazed. Buff clay. Late Roman. below 62.75m. Burnt layers below 62.75m ... 13 March 1934

[Agora Object] L 1348: Lamp

The nozzle broken away. On the rim, herringbone; on the discus, rosette. On the reverse, five dots within two concentric circles. Solid, grooved handle. Unglazed. Light red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth ... 13 March 1934

[Agora Object] L 1323: Lamp

On the rim, panels and dotted circles. On the discus, a bear to left. Solid grooved handle. On the reverse, within two concentric grooves, the signature "A". Light red clay, buff surface. Type XXVIII ... 9 March 1934

[Agora Object] I 1932: Marble Fragment

Fragment inscribed on two adjoining faces. The two inscribed faces only preserved; otherwise broken. On face A, six lines of the inscription preserved; on face B, nine lines, both stoichedon. Pentelic ... 5th. century B.C.

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[Agora Object] S 456: Relief Fragment with Draped Figures in Procession

Back, right side, and bottom preserved, elsewhere broken. The four figures, heads all missing, face half left. The first wears an himation; his right leg is bent, his right, bare arm is raised, with the ... 27 March 1934

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[Agora Coin] N 32067: Byzantine Coin

Antioch ... Justinian I ... Coin no. 3. Modern bothros. DINVSTINI-NVS PP AVG Bust of Emperor facing, in helmet with plume and diadem with trefoil ornament in front, and cuirass; in r. hand he holds globus cr.; on l. shoulder, shield ... 539/540 A.D.

[Agora Object] L 2077: Lamp

Nozzle broken away; otherwise intact. Discus plain, with filling hole at one side. On rim, small raised dots. Handle, pierced, ungrooved. On body, lines of raised dots. Bottom, small, flat, plain. Crudely ... 2 March 1936

[Agora Object] I 3652: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of grave stele. Inscribed face only preserved. Three lines of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in late context, north of the western part of the South Stoa II. Leica ... 2nd.-1st. centuries B.C.