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[Agora Object] P 23405: Black Figure Cup Fragment

Broken all around. From side of Little Master cup. Horse and rider, left, with standing draped figure in front. Most of rider and head of standing figure missing. Added red for fold of drapery and horse's ... 29 May 1953

[Agora Object] P 23406: Black Figure Cup Fragment

Two joining fragments from side of cup. Hind legs and tail of animal, right; behind it, a man, striding right, wearing a corselet(?) once white. South Shop Building, room 4, layer d, Hellenistic fill ... 29 May 1953

[Agora Object] P 23418: Black Glaze Cup Skyphos with Rouletting: Stamped

Moulded ring foot and floor preserved. Reserved groove on bottom of resting surface. Foot concave beneath. Four stamped palmettes within circle of rouletting on floor. Good black glaze. Probably from ... 3 June 1953

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[Agora Object] P 10586: Basin

Mended from a number of pieces; fragment of rim and side and another small bit of body missing. Flat bottom, slightly projecting; straight sides; two attached arching handles. Coarse clay and pinkish ... 29 May 1937

[Agora Object] I 3102: Monument

Inscribed grave stele. All surface preserved, except bottom, broken. Just below the upper of the two inscriptions are two rosettes formed of three concentric circles; the right rosette has been hacked ... 9 October 1935

[Agora Object] I 3108: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of columnar grave monument. The top preserved, and the ring around the column. Broken below; the surface rubbed in place. Below the letters, part of an amphora, in low relief. Most ... 2nd.-1st. centuries B.C.

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[Agora Object] I 3136: Dedication Fragment

Fragment of inscribed Herm. Both sides preserved; broken at bottom, and at neck. The figure was male, nude, with a bit of drapery over the left shoulder. Surfaces somewhat worn. Inscription at top of shaft ... 7 December 1935

[Agora Object] I 3183: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Top, bottom and sides broken. Treasure records; list of dedications; apparently phialai dedicated by citizens and metics. Opisthographic. On the face, thirteen lines of the inscription ... 9 January 1936