[Agora Publication] Agora XXXVI: The Early Iron Age: The Cemeteries

Papadopoulos, John K. Smithson, Evelyn Lord ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The Athenian Agora: Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens 36 978-0-87661-236-1 ... 2017

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[Agora Object] B 261: Pin Head

Flat circular disk with a hole in t he middle. From a pin similar to IL 327-328 (ΠΘ 258-259) ? Grave 3. Protogeometric. Leica, LVII-32, 84-271 PD 2774-103 ... 6 February 1936

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[Agora Object] IL 325: Iron Fibula

Beads and catch missing. Bow type, double spring at end. Badly rusted. Removed from P 6683 (ΠΘ 255) in 1952. Agora sample no. 631. Grave 3. Stuck fast to P 6683 (ΠΘ 255) by rust. Nestle in ethafoam, low ... 6 February 1936

[Agora Object] IL 326: Iron Fibula

Catch, and blade missing. Near spring end, triple raised band around bow. Similar to IL 325 (ΠΘ 256). Agora sample no. 632. Grave 3. In ethafoam, low RH Leica, LVII-32, 84-271 PD 2774-103 ... 6 February 1936

[Agora Object] IL 327: Iron Pin with Bronze Ball Fragments

Long straight pin with flat disk head; ball on shaft below head. Three fragments preserved, the head with the start of the shaft and the mid part of the shaft with the ball, the latter bent; and a small ... 6 February 1936

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[Agora Object] IL 328: Iron Pin with Bronze Ball Fragments

Similar to IL 327, but longer and more complete. Three fragments preserved; head, with upper part of shaft; central part of shaft, with ball; and lower part of shaft. The end of the pin shaft makes a raised ... 6 February 1936

[Agora Object] MC 213: Spindle Whorl

Circular bead-shaped, pierced through the middle. Unglazed. Pinkish buff clay. Similar in shape to MC 212, but smaller. Well 5. Leica, 84-271 ... 21 March-16 April 1935

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[Agora Object] P 6683: Stamnos

Intact, save for small chip to lip. Flat bottom, not quite straight. Rim flat on top and pierced by two small opposite holes for tying on lid. Dull black glaze, much peeled and burned; wide reserved ... 6 February 1936