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[Agora Publication] Agora IV: Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958

[Agora Object] L 2344: Lamp

Ribbed discus; no foot ring, base slightly concave. On left side of discus a long narrow lug; on right a leaf (?) in high relief. Brownish-black glaze, badly applied and much flaked. Dark buff clay. Type ... 5 May 1936

[Agora Object] L 4009: Lamp: Maker's Mark

Complete save for collar around body at one side. Upper body ribbed; cornucopia-shaped lug on the side; rosette on the other. Long triangular nozzle; flaring collar around top and nozzle. High band-handle ... 22 April 1940

[Agora Object] L 4087: Lamp: Maker's Mark

Bottom, lower part of nozzle and about half of upper body preserved. Upper part of body ribbed; one unpierced cornucopia lug preserved. Signed on bottom. Dull brownish-red glaze. Buff clay. Type XVIII ... 9 May 1939

[Agora Deposit] Q 13:1: Manhole

Dumped fill in a shaft which served as means of access leading to a water channel south of the Stoa of Attalos. Coins: 29 June 1933 #1 (disintegrated) 29 April 1936 #1-#3 4 May 1936 #1 ... Early 1st c. A.D.