[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1701

Rim and handle. Trefoil jug, fragment. Rising double-rolled handle; rim flattened on top. Slightly gritty very dark gray clay, light at surfaces; lustrous black glaze ... Context ca. 520-490 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1702

One-piece trefoil jug on ring foot; rim double-grooved on outer face; double-rolled handle, preserved only at lower attachment, restored after 1701. Clay dark gray at core, lighter at surfaces; thin gray ... Context ca. 510-480 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1703

Part of wall and shoulder. Trefoil jug fragment, with lower attachment of double- rolled handle. Slightly gritty light gray clay; smooth lustrous surfacing, glossy black mottled with brown ... Context, turn of 5th to 4th c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1704

Upper part. Round-mouthed jug fragment. Short straight neck, plain rim very slightly outturned; thick strap handle rising above rim; sloping shoulder. Slightly gritty gray clay, thin glaze, gray to brownish ... Context ca. 490-450 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1705

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, ... Context ca. 520-490 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1706

Tall-necked round-mouthed jug; upper and lower parts do not join, but little is missing. Ovoid body on flaring ring foot; neck tapers slightly to heavy rolled rim, undercut and with several lightly run ... Context ca. 375-350 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1707

Tall-necked round-mouthed jug. Plump body on flaring ring foot; spreading rim; neck, from below rim to shoulder, heavily wheel-ridged. Double-rolled handle from rim. Clean light gray clay, firm metallic ... Context mixed 4th and 3rd c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1708

Squat round-mouthed jug; the lip missing except at the handle and the body fragmentary but the profile complete. Ring foot; strap handle from rim. Light gray clay, heavy fabric; dull black glaze not reaching ... Context ca. 375-325 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 14:2.2: Middle fill

Coins: 16 April 1932 #1 ... First quarter 4th. c.-2nd c. B.C.

[Agora Object] P 16048: Jug: Gray Ware

About one-third of shoulder and neck and one handle preserved. From a plump jug with rather high sloping shoulder and faint angle between shoulder and body. Vertical neck with plain slightly everted lip ... 2-19 May 1939

[Agora Object] P 16128: Black Glaze Jug: Gray Ware

About half of mouth missing; restored in plaster. Minor chips, especially on foot. Round mouth with projecting torus lip; horizontal ribbing on neck; double handle. Plump body on high spreading ring foot ... 18 April 1932

[Agora Object] P 1057: Pitcher Fragment: Bucchero

Fragment of the upper part of the body, and the shoulder, only preserved, put together from many pieces. A few additional pieces, which do not join, are preserved. The broad body tapered slightly toward ... 27 May 1932


[Agora Object] P 1333: Jug: Bucchero

Mended from many fragments. Probably none of the lip preserved, but most of the ring foot (chipped), and the lower attachment of a double handle. Three small fragments possibly belong. Restored in plaster ... August-September 1932

[Agora Object] P 8303: Jug: Gray Ware

Lip missing; body fragmentary. Restored in plaster. Ring foot and squat body; narrow neck and probably round flaring mouth. Vertical strap handle from shoulder to mouth. Thick fabric of gray clay; poor ... April-May 1936

[Agora Object] P 8840: Black Glaze Oinochoe Fragment: Gray Ware

Shoulder, handle and part of neck preserved. Round(?) mouth; straight neck thickened outside at lip and separated from shoulder by a moulded ring; double handle, shoulder to just below lip. Fine triple ... 27-29 May 1936

[Agora Object] P 8979: Pitcher: Gray Ware

Fragmentary, but profile can be restored. Partly restored in plaster. Low heavy foot ring slightly flaring; relatively slender neck; lip profile round mouth, convex on exterior, with shallow grooves below ... 28 April-11 May 1933

[Agora Object] P 24638: Jug Fragment: Gray Ware

Several joining fragments preserve back of lip and much of the rising double rolled handle. Gray clay. Metallic black glaze, worn. Well beneath Stoa gutter, context ca. 520-490 B.C. 3780 Leica ... May-June 1954


[Agora Image] 2012.51.1108 (XXVI-43)

Non-Attic pots ... Horizontal (normal)

[Agora Deposit] C 12:2: Well

A well on Kolonos Agoraios. The upper dumped filling, a heavy deposit of pottery, was separated from the lower filling of similar character by several meters of plain mud. No use filling. Coins: 8 April ... Ca. 375-325 B.C. with disturbance of 250-225 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] Q 12:3: Stoa Gutter Well

Well below Stoa Gutter opposite Pier 1. Heavy dumped filling remarkable among Agora well-deposits both for the high quality and the good conditions of pottery of all sorts. It represents the stock of a ... Ca. 520-490 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] Q 13-14:1: Cistern at 21/ΙΗ

Cistern at 21/ΙΗ Period of use fill dated to ca. 375-350 B.C., Upper fill dated to mostly first half of 6th c. B.C. in Agora XXX ... Ca. 375-350 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 14:5: Unfinished Well, Well G

Found in 13/06/1935. Dumped filling in an unfinished well originally dug only to a depth of 5.50m. Probably a post-Persian cleanup, perhaps in one of the public buildings near the SW corner of the square ... Ca. 520-490 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] F 19:4: Well

This filling is the largest deposit of its time found in the Agora. It may be compared with H 6:5 and with N 7:3. Dug in soft bedrock to a depth of 11.40m; footholds cut on opposite sides of the shaft ... Ca. 490-450 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] G 6:3: Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft

A cave-in not long after the digging of this shaft destroyed its possible usefulness as a well and thereafter it was used as a dump. Two principle periods of such use were noted, and within these several ... Ca. 575-480 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 14:2: Well

Tiled well near the SW corner of the market square between the Southwest Fountain House and the Great Drain, three fills noted: lower fill of earth and stones with a few fragments only of coarse pottery ... 4th-2nd c. B.C. 100-70 B.C.