[Agora Object] P 9393: Situla

Joins P 12295. Restored in plaster. Mended from three fragments. Lower part broken away. Preserves upper part of face, much battered, surrounded by vine leaves and bunches of grapes; probably Dionysos ... 16 March 1937


[Agora Object] P 9845: Situla with Plastic Attachments: Dionysos Head

The pot about half preserved; the walls fragmentary; the second handle ornament and the handles missing. Restored in plaster. Large flat-bottomed jar set on three low feet (one missing); gently bulging ... 14 April 1937


[Agora Object] P 10633: Plastic Attachment: Head of Dionysos

Relief for attachment beneath handle of a situla; bearded head of Dionysos. Poor modelling. Red clay with light yellow slip. Room 20, strosis 1, w/lamps of type XXVII. Leica, 93-2-25, 93-2-24 PD 3083-318, ... 2 June 1937

[Agora Object] P 12295: Plastic Attachment: Head

Fragment from rim of a situla with handle attachment and applied mask of Dionysos below. Coarse reddish clay; the outside slipped. Joins P 9393. Brick drain, lower layer, west of preserved vault. Brick ... 24 March 1938


[Agora Object] P 14846: Plastic Attachment: Bearded Head

Piece from side of large pot (situla) with bearded head added in relief; beard only preserved. Broken all around. Red-brown clay. Fragment added from sherds gives the upper part of the attachment of ... 29 April 1939


[Agora Object] P 15429: Plastic Attachments: Heads

From a situla. Preserved on a) is the whole of the mask of a bearded face, with part of rim and handle attachment above. Of the corresponding piece, only upper part of head (b) with handle attachment, ... 2-7 June 1939


[Agora Object] P 18247: Situla Fragment: Bearded Head

Part of the rim preserved, with the large projecting lug, and the start of one end of a basket handle. Supporting the lug, a large bearded head. Dull pink clay; light buff slip over all; somewhat worn ... 20 June 1947


[Agora Object] P 19376: Situla Fragment

Two joining fragments preserve part of rim curve with attachments for mask beneath and two intertwined links, one of which is a bird's head or beak, on the top. Coarse pink clay; remains of light cream ... 21 April 1948