Agora Object: P 6073
Collection:   Agora
Type:   Object
Name:   P 6073
Inventory Number:   P 6073
Section Number:   Ε 467
Title:   Bowl
Category:   Pottery
Description:   Fragments missing from wall, restored in plaster. The vase had been broken in antiquity and mended with string(?) passed through holes drilled along side the fracture. Round bottom; gently out-turned lip. On one side a cleft lug rises from the rim.
Coarse clay, fired ash gray. Slipped and polished both inside and out. Slip much flaked.
Sub-Neolithic or Middle Helladic?
Context:   Grave in Metroon drain cut, from near head of skeleton.
Notebook Page:   900-903
Negatives:   Leica, 80-86-20 (with P 6072), 5-267
PD Number:   PD 1200-10, Ptg. 158, Ptg. 250
Dimensions:   Diam. ca. 0.175; H. 0.09
Date:   22 April 1935
Section:   Ε
Deposit:   I 9:2
Period:   Neolithic
Bronze Age
Bibliography:   Hesperia 87 (2018), p. 225.
    Gauss (2007), p. 68, figs. 78A, B.
    Hesperia Suppl. 20 (1982), pp. 58-60, pl. 9:a,c.
    Hesperia 5 (1936), p. 21, fig. 18.
    AJA 39 (1935), no. 4, p. 441.
    ILN (19 October 1935), p. 647, fig. 4.
    Agora XIII, no. 385.
References:   Publications (4)
Publication Page: Agora 13, s. 114, p. 93
Publication Page: Agora 13, s. 291, p. 270
Drawing: PD 1200-10; PD 1200-11 (DA 6261)
Drawing: DA 12985
Drawing: DA 13025
Images (5)
Deposit: I 9:2
Notebook: Ε-5
Notebook Page: Ε-5-67 (pp. 901-902)
Card: P 6073