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[Agora Object] A 1048: Water Pipe

A rectangular half-housing joint at either end; closed with fine hard white lime cement. Buff clay; unglazed. Lime deposit on inside Not found during June 2001 flood, must have been left in situ. Not found, ... 15 May 1939

[Agora Object] A 1915: Water Pipe Fragment

Missing about a third, including all of one end. One long joint tongue. Light brown clay and wash; two bands in reddish brown glaze, much faded: one beneath collar at base of joint tongue, the other near ... May-June 1951

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[Agora Object] A 2431: Water Pipe

Part of one pipe and the start of the next one. The two fastened together with lead. The original intake pipe leading into the west end of the passage of the cistern; Stoa Terrace opposite Piers 11-12 ... 6 April 1954

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[Agora Object] A 708: Water Pipe Fragment

Only a fragment from one end. Heavy collar. Thin brown glaze on inside and in bands on outside. Storage uncertain. Perhaps Block 26/6. Marble Chips Pit. 117, 1616 ff. Leica, XX-86 ... 13 March 1937

[Agora Object] A 681: Water Pipe Section

Appears to have fallen into the drain from above, after the drain was filled up. Hence need not to be contemporary. Most of lip gone at one end. Simple tongue joint; broad shallow corrugation, more marked ... May-June 1936

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[Agora Object] A 1038: Water Pipe

Broken, but nearly complete. One long and one short joint tongue; rectangular clean-out hole. Pale yellow clay with coarse grit; thin brown glaze on inside only. Finished From the drain of the kitchen ... 550-525 B.C.

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[Agora Object] A 1039: Water Pipe

Broken but practically complete. One long joint tongue only. Oval clean-out hole. Buff clay, unglazed inside, four brown rings outside. Cf. Hesperia Suppl. 4 (1940), pp. 88, 90, n. 66, fig. 67. Finished ... 470 B.C.

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[Agora Object] A 1040: Water Pipe

Broken, but complete. One long and one short joint tongue. Oval clean-out hole. Buff clay; thin glaze on inside only. From a drain to the S.E. of the Bouleuterion Propylon, perhaps with earliest Kitchen ... 470 B.C.