Agora Deposit: N 7:2
Title:   Lily Bowl Grave
Category:   Burial
Description:   Mycenaean grave.
Small pit grave (0.50m by 1.35m by 0.75m deep) containing the skeleton of an infant girl. Although a simple grave with a single interment, the pit was packed with gifts. These consisted of ten vases, among them the beautiful Lily Bowl, which form a fine early group, a necklace, ivory comb and a pin, and a collection of seashells.
Bibliography:   Hesperia 21 (1952), pp. 107-108, pl. 26 c.
    AJA LVI, 1952, p. 122.
    Agora XIII, pp. 205-208, 274, pls. 47, 65-66, 75, 77, 79, 87 (Grave XVI).
    Agora XXVII, p. 226.
    Archaeology IV, 1951, pp. 223-225
    JHS LXXII, 1952, p. 96.
Chronology:   No later than mid-15th c.
Date:   19 May 1951
Section:   Σ
Grid:   Σ:46/ΙΑ
References:   Publication: Agora XIII
Publication: Agora XXVII
Publication: Hesperia 21 (1952)
Publication Pages (6)
Image: 2012.53.0135 (XLVII-56)
Image: 1997.12.0051 (XLVII-56)
Objects (14)