Agora Object: L 363
Collection:   Agora
Type:   Object
Name:   L 363
Inventory Number:   L 363
Section Number:   Α 56
Title:   Lamp Fragment
Category:   Lamps
Description:   Discus with bit of rim.
On rim, herringbone.
Discus, concave; a large cock occupies nearly half of the discus, his head bent down to peck at the nose of a lizard at the edge of the discus. In the field above the cock's head, a small animal, dog (?). Above the cock's back a filling hole.
Animals rendered in gouged technique similar to that used on bears, etc. in type XXVIII of Corinth collection, but fabric seems finer, and discus much more concave.
Unglazed.
Fine, micaceous, pinkish-buff clay.
Type XΧVIII (?) of Corinth collection.
Negatives:   Leica, 2-166
PD Number:   PD 975
Dimensions:   D. (of discus) 0.057; L. 0.065
Material:   Ceramic
Date:   19 February 1932
Section:   Α
Grid:   Α:38/Κ
Elevation:   -2.00m.
Masl:   -2m.
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Agora VII, no. 922, p. 128.
References:   Publication: Agora VII
Publication Page: Agora 7, s. 221, p. 205
Publication Page: Agora 7, s. 229, p. 213
Image: 2012.20.0333 (2-166)
Notebook: Α-4
Notebook Page: Α-4-95 (pp. 774-775)
Card: L 363