[Agora Object] G 145: Bottle Fragment

Two joining fragments preserve the lower part of a vessel, probably a bottle. The bottom slightly concave, the walls vertical. Greenish blue glass. Well on lower north slopes of Areopagus. Use filling ... 2 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 150: Fragmentary Bowl

Over three fourths of rim preserved, with adjacent parts of body of a deep bowl. Rim plain; walls straight, widening slightly toward top. Two grooves around outside. Plain transparent glass, turned slightly ... 5-6 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 153: Fragmentary Bowl

Three joining fragments preserve complete profile. A non-joining found in the dump. Bowl roughly hemispherical in shape with plain rim and small shallow depression for base. Horizontal grooves at intervals ... 6 April 1937

[Agora Object] G 155: Vessel Fragment

Complete circle of base and a bit of the walls preserved. Numerous similar bases in this range. Well on lower north slope of Areopagus. Use filling. Container 73. 250-300 A.D. Leica, XXXIII-27, LXIII-12 ... 7 April 1937

[Agora Object] G 157: Mug Fragment

A single fragment preserves about two-thirds of rim and a bit of body. Vertical, slightly flaring rim. Raised ring at neck. Body with slight outward flare. Shape perhaps related to the round-bodied mugs, ... 7 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 158: Bottle Fragment

Two joining fragments preserve the flaring mouth, narrow neck and a bit of the body. The glass pale yellowish green in color. Well on lower north slope of Areopagus. Use filling. Container 94. 150-200 ... 9 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 161: Fragmentary Cup

Three joining fragments seem to preserve the complete profile. Heavy discoid base. Raised knob at center of floor. More or less straight sides. Possibly broken at top. Well on lower north slope of Areopagus ... 14 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 227: Bowl Fragment

Central part of foot and part of bottom of bowl are preserved, together with connecting stem. A broad low base, hollow underneath, is separated from the convex floor of the bowl by a solid rounded bead ... 23 May-10 June 1939