Agora Object: P 1711
Inventory Number:   P 1711
Section Number:   ΣΤ 1030
Title:   Neck Amphora Fragments
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Five fragments from base of neck and body of large neck amphora.
a) from the base of the neck, with a relief snake on the shoulder; panels on the neck, decorated with an incipient palmette, break back of the handle. Dilute red paint. From an hydria like P 1710, or possibly an oinochoe.
b) four fragments (b, c, d, e) from the body; decorated with curling tendrils ending in palmettes. The largest fragment shows two lines at the bottom.
Presumably these fragments came from a zone of the vase as on the Analatos hydria.
Very early orientalizing style.
ADDENDA Three small fragments added.
Notes:   a) Lot ΣΤ 131; b)-e) Lot ΣΤ 156. Excavation Date: a) 1 April 1932, b) 20 April 1932.
Context:   Geometric area outside house; a) from surface fill; b) from beside wall A-A.
Negatives:   Leica, 3-58
PD Number:   PD 388
Dimensions:   P.H. a) 0.048, b) 0.085; P.W. a) 0.121, b) 0.122
Date:   1, 20 April 1932
Section:   ΣΤ
Deposit:   H 17:4
Lot:   Lot ΣΤ 131
    Lot ΣΤ 156
Period:   Protoattic
Bibliography:   Hesperia 2 (1933), p. 575, no. 136, figs. 33-34.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 2 (1933)
Publication Page: Agora 8, s. 128, p. 114
Drawing: PD 388 (DA 5097)
Image: 2012.21.0293 (3-58)
Deposit: H 17:4
Card: P 1711
Card: P 1711