[Agora Object] G 108: Amphora Fragment

Narrow neck with flaring mouth, moulded ring below lip. Broad bent-back ribbon handles, shoulder to below lip. Thin fabric; pale greenish glass, with air-bubbles. Well. Baskets 1-4. Use filling of 4th ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 109: Box or Beaker Fragment

The bottom of a rectangular box or beaker, with vertical sides. Four heart-shaped reliefs on the bottom, which rises toward the center. Well. Basket 4. Use filling of 4th c. A.D. 3644 Leica ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] G 449: Beaker Fragment

Fragment of wall, preserving lip. Lower half convex, upper half of wall vertical. A broad and a narrow groove just below lip; two narrow grooves at mid-point of wall. Transparent, light green glass. Well ... April 1937

[Agora Object] IL 1258: Lead Token

Obverse: human figure standing with right arm stretched forward (?). Reverse: plain. Originally listed as a coin no. 6, for the day (IV/22/37). Well. 3644 Leica ... April 1937

[Agora Object] L 2985: Lamp

Intact. Handle pierced and grooved; plain panelled rim. On discus, ship under sail. Underneath, palm frond, within two grooves. Unglazed. Grayish-buff clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. Well. Leica ... 21 April 1937

[Agora Object] L 2986: Lamp

Intact. Handle pierced, grooved. On discus, rosette; on rim, raised panels. On reverse, two circular grooves. Unglazed; made from a very old mould. Orange-buff clay. Type XXVII of Corinth collection ... 21 April 1937

[Agora Object] L 2987: Lamp

Nozzle broken off. Handle grooved, semi-pierced; on discus, bull with lowered head, left; on rim, reverse spirals and panels. Beneath, single circular groove. Unglazed. Pinkish-buff clay. Type XXVIII ... 21 April 1937

[Agora Object] L 2988: Lamp: Maker's Mark

Complete. Typical globules on rim and body. Underneath, "alpha". Type XX of Corinth collection. Well. Leica ... 22 April 1937


[Agora Object] P 10004: Oinochoe: Head

Complete. Head of a child; above, short neck, trefoil mouth and ribbed handle. A string around the neck is tied in an Isis knot. The vase is moulded in two pieces, front and back; the seam shows down the ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] P 10005: Decanter with Paint Decoration

Ring foot; eggy body; narrow neck and grooved band handle. Flat disk around neck at point of upper handle attachment; from there, a spout tapering upward, with spiral grooving. Glaze band on shoulder, ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] P 10010: Miniature Lagynos

Chips missing from foot; otherwise intact. Ring foot and double rolled handle; angular body; narrow neck; plain lip. Buff clay, light cream slip; bands of thin red wash on body and neck; on the shoulder ... 22 April 1937

[Agora Object] P 10022: Miniature Amphora: West Slope

Flaring ring foot and lip; band handles. Incised grooves at handle attachments and base of neck. Traces of ivy tendrils on front of neck. Thinned clay paint for leaves; white for stems. Decoration in ... 23 April 1937


[Agora Object] S 902: Statue of Child

A standing boy, the left forearm, and the legs below the knees, broken off. The right arm is carried across the chest and the hand rests on the left shoulder; the head, tilted to the left, lies on the ... 19 April 1937


[Agora Object] T 1469: Aphrodite Figurine

Nude woman with drapery falling off her hips. Hands, arms and legs below knees broken off. No traces of color. Red clay; somewhat micaceous. ADDENDA: It is joined with T 1521. Well. Baskets 1-4. Leica, ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] T 1470: Charioteer Figurine

Head and forearms, which were extended in front, missing. The figure is poised with the knees slightly bent. It wears a short chiton, with sleeves, to the knees, and bound around the waist. The legs bound ... 21 April 1937


[Agora Object] T 1521: Head of Aphrodite Figurine

Broken off at neck. Head of woman wearing a high diadem. Hair parted in the middle. Traces of dull red glaze. Red clay. ADDENDA: It is joined with T 1469. Κεφάλι από πήλινο ειδώλιο Αφροδίτης. Η μορφή ... 18 May 1937

[Agora Object] T 1541: Relief Fragment

Flat behind and broken off. The head and upper body of a figure being strangled by an arm (or snake) passing around its neck. Traces of white slip and red over. Orange red clay. Cf. T 552. Well, earth ... 4 June 1937