[Agora Object] P 273: Situla Fragment with Plastic Attachment: Head

Fragment preserves part of a flat rim from which rises the stump of what is probably a vertical loop handle. Under the rim, affixed to the bulging belly of the bowl, is a plastic head of which the lower ... 27 February 1932


[Agora Object] P 1011: Plastic Attachment: Face

Plastic handle, from large krater; fragmentary. One end of a vertical loop handle remains on the top of the lug, which is formed by a widening of the rim. Hair and upper part of face beneath large flat ... June 1932


[Agora Object] P 2121: Plastic Attachment: Bearded Head

Plastic attachment from situla. Apparently complete as attached to vase; the surface somewhat chipped and damaged. The head, wreathed, with a bunch of grapes hanging down on either side(?) is set immediately ... 10 June 1933


[Agora Object] P 3204: Plastic Attachment: Male Head

Applied to the wall of an unglazed vase, at the lower attachment of a handle; the upper part of the hair missing. Curving horn-like ears suggest the identification (Ammon?). Pinkish clay; traces of light ... 10 March 1934


[Agora Object] P 3488: Animal Handle Fragment

From a large coarse dish or situla. The handle, attached to a small rim with down-turned edge, represents the head of a long-nosed animal. Coarse red clay; heavy buff slip. Cf. P 5313, ring from situla ... 29 March 1934

[Agora Object] P 5313: Situla Fragment with Plastic Attachment: Head

A large fragment from the rim is reserved, with enough of the side to show the beginning of a sharp outward bulge. Vertical handle on rim, ribbed. A loop about the right base of the handle, where it joins ... 3 April 1935


[Agora Object] P 6898: Plastic Attachment: Head

From a situla. Part of head in relief. Dionysos(?) crowned with garland. Above, two round objects broken off: handles(?). Pinkish-buff clay with buff surface; unglazed. Probably projecting edge from ... 3 March 1936

[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