[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1665

Wall fragment. Thin, dull, black glaze on inside. Pitted on both inside and outside. Max. dim. 0.041. Seated figure (draped thighs and knees, left hand) to right. At the top and lower right breaks, part ... Probably late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1666

Shoulder fragment with two splashes of glaze on the inside. Surface slightly abraded. Max. dim. 0.043. Woman (most of head, shoulders) in three-quarter view, wearing a chiton and necklace. At the right, ... Ca. 350 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1667

Wall fragment. Max. dim. 0.043. Woman (left side of body, start of neck, part of bent left arm) standing frontally, head in profile to left, holding a staff or scepter in her left hand. She wears a peplos ... Late 6th or early 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1668

Rim and wall fragment. Rim reserved on top. Max. dim. 0.044; est. diam. at rim 0.11. H. A. Thompson, Hesperia 17, 1948, pl. 68:4. Girl (legs from the knees down, right forearm, left hand missing) standing ... Ca. 460 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1669

Wall fragment. Greenish black glaze on inside and outside. Abraded on inside. Woman (middle of left side, left arm) standing in three-quarter view to left, dressed in a peplos, her arm resting on her ... Ca. 440-430 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1670

Two non-joining bowl fragments. Max. dim. a) 0.069, b) 0.009. Fragment a (illustrated) preserves a woman from the chest to mid-calf, standing frontally, dressed in a peplos, her left hand resting on her ... Ca. 420-400 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1671

Fragment of outturned rim and wall with start of upright handle on top side of rim. Rim flat and glazed on top. Max. dim. 0.067. Lion (head, neck, raised foreleg) to right, facing a panther (foreparts) ... Probably late 5th century B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XXX, no. 1672

Wall fragment, flaring, perhaps from a rhyton(?). Max. dim. 0.026. Chariot team (head and neck, one foreleg of right-hand trace horse; neck and shoulder of right-hand pole horse) galloping or wheeling ... Probably late 5th or early 4th century B.C.