[Corinth Notebook Page] NB 205, spread 82 (pp. 154 - 155)

154 155 Pg. 154, 17/4/1953, Drawing, Plan of area [?] Pg. 154, Area A-E: 18-22, 17/4/1953, C 1953 66 Pg. 154, Area A-E: 18-22, 17/4/1953, Drawing, Drawing of bronze tack Pg. 155, Area R-U: 5, 17/4/1953, ... 17/4/1953

[Agora Object] B 1019: Nail

Nail with broad flat head. South Terrace, cut IV, north, layer 1, behind South Stoa wall, South Stoa II, building fill. Leica, VII-83 ... 17 April 1953

[Agora Object] I 6605: Base Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Left end of low base or plinth. Broken at back and right, chip missing from upper left corner. Smooth finished on all surfaces. At front left, part of dowel cutting on top. Hymettian ... 17 April 1953


[Agora Object] I 6606: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment of small columnar monument. Part of columnar surface preserved and a non-joining fragment of the neatly moulded base. Dedication to Zeus Hypsistos. The beginning of three lines of the ... 17 April 1953

[Agora Object] P 23071: Skyphos Fragment

Broken all around. From side of skyphos with horizontal loop handle. Outside reserved, save for orange-red dots on handle and two stripes of glaze below. Inside, orange-red glaze, with reserved band near ... 17 April 1953

[Agora Object] P 23073: Black Glaze Plate or Bowl Fragment: Stamped

Broken all around. Piece from floor of plate or bowl; or front flat wall of canteen(?). Stamp broken away at one end: Reddish-buff clay. Black glaze on stamped side; other side mostly uglazed, but with ... 17 April 1953

[Agora Object] P 23074: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Five joining fragments preserve all of bottom and full profile. Medallion: many-petalled rosette. Lower zone: three overlapping rows of leaves with alternating palmettes and rosettes above. Two ridges ... 17 April 1953


[Agora Object] P 23075: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Single fragment from rim and wall. Upper zone: large running spirals crowned with palmettes. Main zone: dancing Satyrs and large krater. Attic clay. Black glaze. Layer 1 behind South Stoa wall. South ... 17 April 1953