[Agora Publication] Industrial Religion: The Saucer Pyres of the Athenian Agora

Rotroff, S. I ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia Supplement 47 978-0-87661-547-8 ... 2013


[Agora Object] L 4021: Lamp

Cracked but complete in one piece. Large lamp on small base ring with a raised ring inside it; high globular body with extremely thick floor, rising at center. Two deep grooves on the top around the very ... 2-3 May 1940


[Agora Object] P 16600: Black Glaze Cup Kantharos with Rouletting

About half the rim and one handle missing. Restored in plaster. Moulded ring foot; short stem. Body shallow; rim almost vertical with sharply out-curved lip. On floor, four carelessly impressed rosettes ... 2-3 May 1940


[Agora Object] P 16601: Black Glaze Cup Kantharos with Rouletting

Foot with center of floor, one handle and part of wall missing. Restored in plaster. Squat kantharos with rounded lower wall, straight upper wall and heavy rim giving a doubled-over effect. High-swung ... 2-3 May 1940


[Agora Object] P 16602: Black Glaze Skyphos

Fragment of rim and part of one handle missing. Eggy body, the rim drawn in, the walls tapering sharply toward the bottom. Flaring ring foot. The handles spread considerably from their attachments. Firm ... 2-3 May 1940


[Agora Object] P 16603: Black Glaze Lid

Broken but complete. Small lid, slightly convex on top; lip plain, curves downward. Small groove above edge of lip on exterior. Large moulded knob on rather high stem. Dull black glaze over all. Finished ... 2-3 May 1940


[Agora Object] P 16604: Black Glaze Salt Cellar

The base and about half the rim and wall remain. Heavy base ring with broad resting surface; thick convex wall turning in at top. Clay fired gray; black glaze mottled to brown and considerably peeled ... 2-3 May 1940

[Agora Object] P 16605: Saucer

Broken but complete. Flat bottom, left rough, irregularly flat floor. Walls slope slightly upward to a horizontal rim with two grooves. Attic clay; dull red glaze-paint over all, except for top of rim ... 2-3 May 1940