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[Agora Publication] Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 69, p. 59

Type 23 B; Flat Rims; Broad Open Bodies; Restricted Glaze. Well. Pit. Type 23 C; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies. Broneer, Corinth, Vol. IV, Part II, Terracotta Lamps, Type VI. Type 23 A; Flat Rims; Broad ... Agora 4 59 L 2862 L 1047 L 4384 L 4084 L 2769 R 13:1 M 18:8 H 12:11 B 19:7 ... 4th quarter of 5th B.C.

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 236, p. 226

Type 47 C; Decorated Lamps of Unusual Shapes; Plastic Lamps. Type 23 C; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies. Type 52 C; Early Roman; Rays with Single Lug. Type 27 A; Small Lamps with Central Tubes; Small Blunt ... Agora 4 226 L 2207 L 2451 L 2697 L 2217 L 2456 L 2698 L 2221 L 2482 L 2699 L 2224 L 2483 L 2700 L 2225 L 2484 L 2701 L 2226 L 2497 L 2702 L 2228 L 2500 L 2715 L 2229 L 2506 L 2719 L 2230 L 2542 L 2720 ...

[Agora Deposit] R 13:1: Well

No period of use. Below the upper (Early Roman) dump extending down to ca. 6.10m. was a dumped fill of broken pottery in great quantity, including a high proportion of red-figured fragments. Masses of ... Ca. 430-400 B.C.