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[Agora Object] P 1823: Black Glaze Oinochoe

The handle broken off but mended; the trefoil lip missing except at the back next to the handle; restored in plaster. Egg-shaped body not set off from narrow neck; handle triangular in section with a rib ... 4 April 1933

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[Agora Object] P 13688: Black Glaze Oinochoe

About half the rim and neck and small pieces of the wall missing; restored in plaster. Broad egg-shaped body on flaring ring foot; small neck-mouth; round slightly flaring lip. Broad band handle, lip to ... June 1937 June 1938

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[Agora Object] P 15166: Bowl: West Slope

Mended from many fragments; all of the base missing, with parts of the wall and chips from the rim. Restored in plaster. Mended with lead clamps in antiquity. Deep rounded bowl with flat-topped projecting ... 12-15 May 1939

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[Agora Object] P 18471: Pitcher

Mended from several pieces; about one-third missing at the back, including the handle except for the lower attachment. Restored in plaster. Eggy body on low flat base; wide neck; round mouth finished with ... 1 August 1947

[Agora Object] P 18573: Black Glaze Askos: West Slope

Small fragments restored. Low flaring ring foot; round body; long wide neck. Rolled horizontal handle from shoulder to back of mouth. Around the neck, a necklace with pendents, in thinned clay paint. ... 29 September 1947

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[Agora Object] P 6289: Chous: West Slope and Ribbed

Bottom missing. Restored in plaster. Body ribbed to base of neck. Shape as P 6288. On front of neck in terracotta paint, leaf pattern. Glaze red to black. ADDENDA P 6288: Ring foot. Squattish body ... 22 May-6 June 1935

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[Agora Object] P 7041: Black Glaze Lagynos

Base, neck and most of one side of body preserved. Handle and much of walls restored in plaster. Heavy flaring ring foot, grooved; sides very flaring; shoulder wide and at a sharp angle to the walls; at ... 25-26 February 1936

[Agora Object] P 28601: Jug: West Slope

Mended from six pieces; complete except for handle and chips.Bottom half moulded. Base madallion: a rosette surrounded by a scraped groove with miltos from which spring eight rows of oblong (lotus?) leaves ... 30 April 1971