[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


[Agora Object] J 141: Carnelian Bead

Amygdaloid bead. Back bevelled, front broken through at longitudinal string hole. In center a sketchy representation of bird rising with outspread wings. Chamber tomb, below Middle Stoa terrace; in cleaning ... 28 August 1965


[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


[Agora Object] P 21301: Alabastron

One handle missing; small chips. Low neck, out-turned lip; round bottom; three handles on shoulder. Beige slip. Rim above, neck, handles above painted. Degenerate wavy band at the greatest diameter. On ... 19 May 1951


[Agora Object] P 22277: Bowl Fragments

Several fragments, mending up to three, preserve much of base and part of wall and rim, but nothing of handles. Profile complete. Low ring foot with broad flat resting surface; flaring walls; thickened ... 22 April 1952

[Agora Object] P 26938: Jar Fragments

a) Foot, intact. b) Handle fragment. c)-f) Shoulder fragments. g) Neck fragment. h)-i) Fragments from above foot. k) Ca. twenty miscellaneous non-joining fragments. From a large three-handled jar with ... (1961)