Agora Object: P 6901
Inventory Number:   P 6901
Section Number:   ΠΘ 636
Title:   Panathenaic Amphora Fragments: Inscribed
Category:   Pottery
Description:   a) Mended from three pieces, gives the top of the panel on the reverse, with the head of a horse, left, and the arm of his rider; part of another horse in front.
b) Parts of the foreparts of three horses, and a rider's right arm.
c) Part of a white-robed rider.
d) Part of a draped standing figure (Athena).
e) From the corner of a panel.
f) From the obverse, with part of the inscription.
Details coarsely incised; much added white.
Notes:   Additional fragments added in 1956 probably represent parts of two amphoras. Numbered P 6901 bis and P 6901 ter.
Context:   Cistern. Fill of 46/ΙΑ, channel mouth. Context of late 2nd. c. B.C.
Negatives:   Leica, 80-231, 80-232, 80-233, 80-239
Dimensions:   Max. Dim. a) 0.25, b) 0.145, c) 0.05, d) 0.095, e) 0.087, f) 0.155
Date:   5 March 1936
Section:   ΠΘ
Grid:   ΠΘ:44/ΙΓ
Elevation:   -7.52--7.52m.
Masl:   -7.52m.
Deposit:   D 12:2
Period:   Greek
Bibliography:   Hesperia 26 (1957), pp. 341-342, pls. 79, 80.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 26 (1957)
Images (4)
Deposit: D 12:2
Card: P 6901
Card: P 6901