[Agora Lot] Β 296: Disturbed Fill in Wall C; Trench where the Stones Were Taken out; Road Fill

6th B.C ... Disturbed Fill in Wall C; Trench where the Stones Were Taken out; Road Fill

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[Agora Object] P 4600: Skyphos: Corinthian Imitation

Complete. Thin brown glaze inside; a brown band around the top of each handle; also around the underside of the foot; dot and circle at center. Two wide purple-red bands below the handles; the other decoration ... Early 6th. c. B.C ... P 4600 ... P 4600 ... Β 1086

[Agora Object] P 4602: Pyxis with Lid

a) The pyxis resembles a kalathos: flat bottom, concave sides; small ribbon handles at lip. Unglazed beneath. Inside, glazed and reserved bands alternating. Two broad red horizontal bands on outside; other ... 5 February 1935 ... P 4602 ... P 4602 ... Β 1088

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[Agora Object] S 513: Grave Monument Fragment

Part of the upper left corner of the monument is preserved, with a bit of the pedimental top. Surface of band below pediment damaged; inscription obliterated, too faint to measure. In deep recess below, ... 5 February 1935 ... S 513 ... S 513 ... Ο 131

[Agora Object] I 2380: Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of columnar monument. Inscribed face only preserved. Eleven lines of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in the wall of the modern house 637/2, cross wall between b' to ... 5 February 1935 ... I 2380 ... I 2380 ... Ξ 53

[Agora Object] I 2389: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Part of top preserved (?). Back rough picked; otherwise broken. Two lines of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in a modern wall of the house 7, over the southern part ... 5 February 1935 ... I 2389 ... I 2389 ... Ο 132

[Agora Object] I 2406: Grave Monument Fragment

Fragment of columnar grave monument. Part of inscribed surface, top and back, preserved. Pentelic marble. Found in modern context, over the East Stoa. Leica ... 5 February 1935 ... I 2406 ... I 2406 ... Π 111

[Agora Object] I 2407: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of grave monument. Inscribed face and left side preserved. The bottom has been used as a step. Above the letters, and on the left side, the start of a moulding. Two lines of the inscription ... 5 February 1935 ... I 2407 ... I 2407 ... Π 112