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[Agora Object] W 56: Reeds Fragment

Broken at edges, fibers splitting. At least five reeds, closely set in a rows; probable mat. Species: arundo donax (identified by A. Sarpaki). Dark brown coloration. Sample of surrounding soil was ... First quarter of the 5th century B.C.

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[Agora Object] T 3520: Figurine Fragment

Upper part only of a chariot driver (?) in primitive pinched technique. No paint. Buff clay. From sacred pit to north of Altar of Ares; from inside actual pit. 2365 Leica, 81-51, 81-77 ... 26 February 1957

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[Agora Object] T 3521: Figurine Fragment

Primitive technique. No paint. Buff clay. ADDENDA In addition to the above there were several horse legs and parts of chariots of the same style. From sacred pit to north of Altar of Ares; from inside ... 26 February 1957

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[Agora Object] T 3522: Pinax

Upper corner remains, pierced with round hole. Traces of white engobe. Buff clay, roughly shaped. ADDENDA Joins to T 3524. From sacred pit to north of Altar of Ares; from inside actual pit. 2365 Leica, ... 26 February 1957

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[Agora Object] T 3525: Votive Shield

Fragment from edge; round, sharply offset rim. Traces of white engobe on outside. Fine buff clay. From sacred pit to north of Altar of Ares; from inside actual pit. 2365 Leica, 81-51, 81-77 ... 26 February 1957

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[Agora Object] T 3528: Horse Figurine Fragment

Forepart of a horse from a chariot group. Primitive style retaining traces of white enbobe and red paint. From sacred pit to north of Altar of Ares; from inside actual pit. 2365 Leica, 81-51, 81-77 ... 26 February 1957

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[Agora Object] T 3577: Shield Fragment of Athena Parthenos

Fragment from lower edge of a model of the shield of the Athena Parthenos. Preserves at left the greater part of the figure of a dead Amazon; to the left of her feet, a pelta; above her, the feet of Perikles ... 15 March 1958

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[Agora Object] ST 80: Basin Fragment: Inscribed

A fragment of the rim, giving a part of the flat bottom, of a large open basin or mortar.The flat-topped rim slopes slightly toward the outside. Inscribed on the rim is "Ε Μ". Pentelic (Parian?) marble ... 5 May 1934