Agora Object: Agora XII, no. 1705
Dimensions:   H. pres. 0.205.
Chronology:   Context ca. 520-490 B.C.
Deposit:   E 14:5
Published Number:   AV 12.1705
References:   Object: P 8840
Upper part.

Tall-necked jug; round mouth with lightly collared rim, double-rolled handle from below rim. Neck set off from sloping shoulder by light ridge; around shoulder, at line of lower handle-attachment, a lightly run triple groove. Light gray slightly gritty clay, pinkish at the surfaces; good black glaze much worn.

Close in profile and in general appearance, the early archaic jug from Antissa on Mytilene, B.S.A., XXXII, 1931-32, pl. 21, 12; the description of the Antissa fabric and surfaces also corresponds. Cf. also the gray-ware amphora with double-rolled handles from Rhodes, 10479: Cl. Rh., III, p. 164, fig. 156, center.