icon

[Agora Publication] The Neolithic and Bronze Ages

Immerwahr, S. A ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The finds in the Athenian Agora from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages have added important chronological context to the earliest eras of Athenian history. The bulk of the items are pottery, but stone, bone, ... 1971

icon

[Agora Object] P 15069: Goblet

A single fragment preserves the small foot and some of the lower part of the spreading body. Decorated with groups of horizontal red lines. Flaky pink clay with red bits. ADDENDA Piriform jar or stirrup ... 12 May 1939

icon

[Agora Object] P 15070: Stirrup Vase

Mended from many pieces; part of lip of spout; one-half of handle, chips from knob at its top, and small fragments of wall missing. Low raised base, slightly concave beneath, plump round body; vertical ... 13 May 1939

icon

[Agora Object] P 15071: Vessel Fragments

Several joining fragments preserve part of wall and shoulder of a large closed pot. Decoration in brown to black glaze: around wall, groups of horizontal bands; on shoulder, thin crescent-shaped petals, ... 13 May 1939

icon

[Agora Object] P 15072: Vessel Fragment

Several joining fragments preserve part of rim and wall of large cup or open bowl with out-turned rim. Soft pink clay with large red bits; traces of thin white slip. Grave. 312 Leica, XXIII-20 ... 13 May 1939

icon

[Agora Deposit] M 21:2: Tomb of the Bronzes

Mycenaean Chamber Tomb Burials ... Myc. III A:1-2

icon

[Agora Deposit] N 21:5: Disturbed Tomb with Cist Grave

Mycenaean Small Chamber tomb. The cist measures 1,90m E to W, 0.75-0.90m N to S, max. depth -1.30m. Nothing was found in it; cleaned in modern times and used as a cesspool. Some of the SW part of it had ... Myc. IIIA, early 14th c.

icon

[Agora Image] 2012.33.0139 (Section ΔΔ 83)

Dromos and wall blocking doorway. From the north