[Agora Notebook] Φ-5

Finds/Coins ... 801 995 ... 1935

[Agora Deposit] M 17:1.12: Well

Containers 5-13 ... 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M 17:1.13: Well

Containers 1-4 ... Late 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Object] P 11550: Jug

Mouth and part of body missing. Bottle-shaped with slightly raised, flat bottom. Clay flaky, pinkish. Traces of light buff slip. Well, container 2. Leica, LXIV-10 DA 12200 ... 1 April 1937

[Agora Object] P 11551: Jug with Gouged Decoration

Most of mouth missing, otherwise intact. Ovoid body on thick ring foot. Slight ribbing on body; two grooves on neck. Gouged decoration on upper part of body: at center, a sort of pyramid; on either side, ... 1 April 1937

[Agora Object] P 11552: Lid

Practically intact. Roughly made with knob at center of top; underside convex. Buff clay, soapy. Unglazed. Well, container 7. Leica, LXIII-84 ... 2 April 1937


[Agora Object] P 11553: Amphora

Lower half only preserved. Bottom rounded; body ribbed. Orange clay with black particles. Previously North Basement-Jar Fragments, Block XIIIA. Well, containers 7 and 8 (plus fragments from containers ... 2 April 1937


[Agora Report] Section Φ Season of 1937

Eugene Vanderpool ... In antiquity the area included in Section Φ lay outside the Agora proper and were apparently occupied only by houses and small buildings. The earliest period of which any considerable remains were found ... 25 Jan-17 Jun 1937