[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] BI 713: Bone Pin

Apparently complete. Turned head. Shaft tapers to sharp point. Late Helladic III. Mycenaean Chamber Tomb opposite Stoa of Attalos pier 15. In modern drainage ditch; earth near skeleton 1. 5231 Leica PD ... 7 January 1954

[Agora Object] BI 742: Ivory Rosettes and Ornaments

Four rosettes and a leaf surrounding outside another rosette (?). Also four small fragments. Ivory inlays, probably from the table near which they were found. Neatly worked. Back plain. Mycenaean chamber ... 25 August 1947

[Agora Object] G 415: Necklace

Set of four spherical beads, graduated in size and pierced; now all chalky white in color, and very friable. a) (H 681) pierced with a large hole, emerged as dull pale green in color with three horizontal ... 9 May 1951


[Agora Object] J 84: Gold Fragments

Two shell-shaped pieces. One is slightly broken, the other is a bent mass of thin gold. Lower edge straight, upper edge scalloped. Converging flutes running downward; small eight-petalled rosette in center ... 13 June 1939

[Agora Object] J 124: Necklace

Necklace with gold pendent. Preserved are seven beads. One bead of quartz or light amethyst; one bead of light blue paste, two of green paste, and one with melon ribbing; also fragments of another of green ... 21 May 1951

[Agora Object] J 127: Gold Bead

Complete; slightly squashed. Elliptical seed-like head, pierced lengthwise. Lengthwise ridges. Mycenaean Grave C. 1388-1399 Leica PD 1200-24 ... 31 March 1952

[Agora Object] ST 59: Spindle Whorl

Small concave-sided spindle whorl. Chipped at the top, and around about half the circumference at the bottom. The sides flare sharply from the small top; bottom flat. Undecorated. Reddish-brown steatite ... 13 May 1933