[Agora Object] A 1686: Water Pipe Fragments

Three fragments, not from the same piece of pipe. a) Mended from several pieces preserving a considerable part of one section; inset flange on the preserved end. b) Fragment from another similar, also ... July 1950


[Agora Object] A 2295: Water Pipe Sections

a) Mended from many pieces, broken off and cracked; contains a lead pipe. No leading. b) The joints are cemented and bound with lead. Water deposit inside of both. Red clay with bits in it. Civic Offices, ... 2 May 1953


[Agora Object] A 2413: Water Pipe Sections

a) Intact except for inset flange, which is in fragment b) cemented to it. b) Joins a). Has inset flange of a), inside. Much white cement visible at joints. Cf. A 2411 (Σ 2837) and A 1686 (Σ 1403). Early ... 11 December 1953

[Agora Object] A 2424: Water Pipe

At one end, part of the next pipe remains attached. The two fastened with white plaster. Cf. A 1686 (ΣΑ 1403), A 2411 (ΣΑ 2837) and A 2413 ( ΣΑ 2889). One of the intake pipes leading into the cistern ... 1 April 1954


[Agora Object] A 2600: Water Pipe

Mended from many fragments, few chips missing. Standard archaic water pipe with short tongue and flat-topped flange at upper end, long tongue and open flange at lower end. Carefully cut oval setting hole ... March 1956

[Agora Object] A 2601: Water Pipe

Dipinti; graffiti on flanges. Archaic. Same series as A 2600 (Τ 3586). For discussion of dipinti and graffiti see notebook p. 6157. Found in position in the archaic pipe line that fed the Southeast Fountain ... March 1956

[Agora Object] A 2602: Water Pipe

Dipinti; graffiti on flanges. Archaic. Same series as A 2600 (Τ 3586). Cf. picture, notebook p. 5454 (M.C. notes however that she never could see a trace of the upper half of the pipe itself.) For discussion ... March 1956


[Agora Object] A 2651: Water Pipe

Complete. Ribbed outside. Orange clay. Smaller round pipeline along the Panathenaic Way (along O-Z boundary line). 935 Leica, 85-537 ... July 1956