[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 2431: Water Pipe

Part of one pipe and the start of the next one. The two fastened together with lead. The original intake pipe leading into the west end of the passage of the cistern; Stoa Terrace opposite Piers 11-12 ... 6 April 1954


[Agora Object] A 3386: Frieze Block: Doric

Block apparently complete. Only the right end has been exposed; in its upper half the end was left rough and its front edge chamfered to take the overlapping next frieze block (?); the lower half is cut ... 18 July 1963


[Agora Object] A 3387: Frieze Block: Doric

Block now rests upside down so its original top is not visible. Both ends of block treated like right end of A 3386, i.e. rough in upper half and chamfered at front, square cut in lower half. Back of block ... 18 July 1963


[Agora Object] A 3671: "Stoker's Helmet"

Back and edges broken away. Helmet shaped terracotta object with six holes around sides. Nosepiece indicated in solid clay, also crest, decorated with four low bosses. Edge broken away in a manner suggesting ... July 1968

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1595

Thickened rim, globular body, straight-sided ring foot. For the handle set still lower see P 24663 R 12:4-POU Pots and Pans, fig. 28 left ... Context ca. 520-480 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1849

Flat bottom; beveled rim. Light grayish buff clay with black bits. Found set into the ground, the rim flush with the floor, an arrangement which recalls that found in bathing establishments where basins ... Context 4th c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 150

Flaring ring foot; rim flat on top; high double handle. Glazed: the neck, a line round the body at the line of handle- attachment, and on the outer face of the foot. From the same deposit, P 23187, flat ... 500-480 B.C.