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[Deposit]  B 15:1: Well

A well on the lower south slope of Kolonos Agoraios. Last quarter of the 5th. c. B.C. But upper fill dated to 3rd. to mid-2nd. century B.C. and lower fill dated to ca. 425-400 B.C. in Agora XXX. Subdivisions: ... 425-400 B.C.

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[Deposit]  C 12:2: Well

A well on Kolonos Agoraios. The upper dumped filling, a heavy deposit of pottery, was separated from the lower filling of similar character by several meters of plain mud. No use filling. Coins: 8 April ... Ca. 375-325 B.C. with disturbance of 250-225 B.C.

[Deposit]  F 15:4: Well

Late 7th-early 6th c. B.C.

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[Deposit]  G 12:11: Disturbed adult inhumation pit tomb

Grave 10 in notebook. No remains. Probably grave of a woman. Negs. KK 237, KK 238 ... Middle Geometric II

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[Deposit]  H 17:4: Terracotta Deposit

An area about 10m2. on the lower northwest slopes of the Areopagus, southeast of the archaic fountain house. A dumped fill to the end of the 3rd quarter of the 7th c. B.C., containing many votives, overlying ... 7th c. - 625 B.C.

[Object]  A 2753: Well Head

Numerous fragments preserve less than half. Part of rim, wall and bottom, one handle and part of the other preserved. Flat rim, lug handles pierced. Band of dark glaze around rim, bottom and body. Well ... 20 April 1959

[Object]  P 11: Vessel Fragments

a) Part of P 25263 (ΟΕ 282). A portion of a frieze with panels of circles separated from another panel by a band of hatched lines; the second panel with a lozenge in the middle and parallel lines; below ... 16 June 1931

[Object]  P 80: Pyxis Fragment with Paint Decoration

Part of the side, narrowed at the middle, and a bit of the flat under-surface. On the outside, three wide bands, the upper and lower of purple paint, the middle one of black glaze partly fired red and ... 11 July 1931

[Object]  P 215: Cup Fragment

Joins P 214. Three fragments joined, preserving nearly half of the circumference of the cup at the rim, and part of the body. The body was rounded, pinched in toward the top and flaring above to form a ... 11 February 1932

[Object]  P 221: Vessel Fragment

To the left of the fragment, a large motif formed of boxed squares. In the cnetre, the lower part of the body and jointed legs (extremities missing) of a bird(?) or horse(?) with filling ornament ("running ... 13 February 1932

[Object]  P 299: Jug with Glaze Decoration

Trefoil lip. Lip to body handle broken away. Jug leans forward, right, from flat but not level base. Squat body tapers to thickish neck. Decoration in horizontal bands of brown glaze; a reserved band at ... 2 March 1932

[Object]  P 455: Pyxis Fragment: Corinthian

Fragment from rim and wall. Pattern in narrow stripes of brown glaze, the shoulder frieze including an hourglass motif in solid color. Lattice triangle and butterfly ornament. Inside covered with red ... 31 March 1932

[Object]  P 459: Vessel Fragment

Thick semi-cylindrical fragment, from stand or neck of large pot. Three legs and the underpart of the body of a beast are preserved; animal proceeding left. Coarse pinkish-buff clay, with slightly lighter ... 1 April 1932

[Object]  P 530: Kantharos

One handle broken, but repaired. Very small chip missing from rim near handle. Low ring base. Ray pattern around the base; above this, two decorated bands: double vertical zigzags and maeander (the patterns ... 5 April 1932

[Object]  P 531: Stemless Kantharos

Stemless kantharos with ribbon handles. Decorated inside and out with irregular red stripes. Buff clay. Stripes in matte red. Bottom trimmed. Πρωτοαττικός κανθαρίσκος. Φέρει ακανόνιστες, διακοσμητικές, ... 5 April 1932

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[Object]  P 532: Oinochoe

Body only preserved, mended from many fragments; parts of shoulder and side missing; traces of handle behind. Raised band around base of neck; narrow orifice. Shoulder: back, black glazed with trace of ... 6 April 1932

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[Object]  P 539: Clay Disk

Nearly circular fragment from plaque; a bit of the lower edge of the plaque preserved. Hind legs of animal with dot rosettes. Accessory purple; incised line between haunches. Pale pinkish-buff clay ... 3rd quarter of 7th c. B.C.

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[Object]  P 576: Vessel Fragment

a) Fragment of very large pot: Protoattic? Mended from two pieces. Legs of two figures running, passing each other in opposite directions. Painted brown with heavy outlines against buff ground. When found, ... 21 April 1932

[Object]  P 632: Bowl

Fragmentary. Reconstructed from many fragments. Restored in plaster. Horizontal handle with vertical strap to lip. Elaborate decoration all over outside and in center inside. On bottom, inside and outside, ... 13-19 April 1932

[Object]  P 641: Amphora Fragment with Paint Decoration

Fragment from neck, mended from two pieces. The neck curves outward toward shoulder and rim; at the lip, a heavy band. An octopus painted in cream over black to red glaze; pattern broken away at left; ... 26 April 1932

[Object]  P 666: Amphora Fragments with Glaze Decoration

Fragments from two large vases with decoration on neck in thin brownish-red glaze. a) Mended from two pieces; lip and bit of shoulder covered with streaked glaze. Between, on neck, reserved, large irregular ... 14 March 1932

[Object]  P 667: Vessel Fragment

Fragment from neck of very large vase; mended from two pieces. In panel, on either side of wheel, row of zigzags; panel bordered by narrow stripes, with hatched band either side, and band of interlocking ... 6 April 1932

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[Object]  P 754: Oinochoe

Only top part preserved; mended from many fragments. A small bit of the straight neck preserved above the rounding body; lower attachment of double handle at back. Reserved panel at front, painted in ... 10 May 1932

[Object]  P 831: Pyxis Lid: Corinthian

Apparently from the same pot as P 1694 - P 1695. Mended from two fragments. On the flange, one dot rosette and part of another preserved, bordered by a plain band along the lower edge. Checkerboard band ... 2 April 1932

[Object]  P 832: Kantharos

Mended from many fragments; handles, most of one side and pieces from the other missing. Restored in plaster. Ring foot. Large reversed Σ pattern around upper part; below this, a diamond chain; around ... 31 March 1932

[Object]  P 835: Oinochoe Fragments

a) mended from three pieces, b) from two, c) from four. a) above four narrow bands, two legs of animal walking right, drawn solid; between them, a spiral, in front of them a diamond. c) part of the animal's ... 6 April 1932

[Object]  P 840: Lid Fragments

Edge preserved, with tooth pattern between bands. Above, zone of waterbirds feeding; one bird and parts of two others preserved, heads in outline, bodies fired red. At inner edge of fragment, a reddish-black ... 15 April 1932

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[Object]  P 843: Tripod Fragment

One leg preserved complete, with a small part of the bowl and the attachment at the top. Decorated with elongated bird, which has an extremely long neck, twisted back on itself; head painted in outline ... 19 April 1932

[Object]  P 873: Krater Fragments

a) mended from three fragments, preserves part of the rim decorated with groups of cross stripes, on flat top. Outside, vertical panels: hatching, zigzag, and large guilloche, separated by narrow bands ... 18, 21 May 1932

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[Object]  P 912: Oinochoe

Fragmentary; the body largely restored in plaster; no remains of neck or handle. The low ring base is decorated with two narrow bands of reddish-brown paint; above this base, the broad rays rise for nearly ... 6 April 1932

[Object]  P 1232: Vessel Fragment

From large vase. Decoration of horse's leg in matte red on a slipped buff surface. At bottom, parts of three narrow horizontal bands, on the uppermost of which the hoof rests. Right and left of the leg, ... August-September 1932

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[Object]  P 1423: Lid Fragment

Fragment from a handle; double concave shape, probably the handle from a large lid. Broken at both ends. Decoration in zones, heraldic to a central line of alternating guilloche and zigzags. In the upper ... Early 7th. c. B.C.

[Object]  P 1627: Amphora Fragment

Decorated with lozenges and stripes above panel showing warrior with spears(?). Red paint. From large Dipylon amphora of ripe style. From selected pottery from top of floor and platforms at eastern end ... 28 April, 4 May 1932

[Object]  P 1657: Amphora Fragment

Base fragment from a large amphora. Bands and tooth pattern. Tooth pattern in dilute wash. Bottom much worn. Probably from a "Dipylon" amphora of ripe style. Geometric area outside house; edge of pit ... 18 May 1932

[Object]  P 1660: Openwork Krater Stand Fragments

Two fragments from large krater: openwork stand. Decorated with lines, horizontal and vertical, and zigzags. Ripe "Dipylon" style. a) Lot ΣΤ 133, b) Lot ΣΤ 128. Geometric area outside house; a) from a ... 1 April 1932 31 March 1932

[Object]  P 1667: Jug Fragment

Probably from a jug. Panel of animal with dot rosette and star. Inferior glaze and technique. From the drawing and dot rosette this appears to belong to a late phase. Geometric area, outside house; from ... 15 April 1932

[Object]  P 1668: Amphora Fragment

Black body and reserved panel with zigzags and birds. Fairly careless ripe Dipylon style. Geometric area, outside house; from between walls south of house, lower level. Leica, 3-22 ... 15 April 1932

[Object]  P 1694: Pyxis Lid Fragment: Corinthian

Joins P 1695. Possibly from the same pot as P 831. Mended from two fragments. Decorated with rays from the center, a zone of joined dot rosettes and a black band around the edge with applied purple. ... 1932

[Object]  P 1695: Pyxis Lid Fragment: Corinthian

Joins P 1695. Possibly from the same pot as P 831 (though the size and color of the clay differ a little from those of P 831). Mended from two fragments. Decorated with black bands, applied red, a zone ... 1932

[Object]  P 1702: Bowl Fragment: East Greek

Rim fragment from incurving bowl. Rim slightly grooved. Waterbird to right in a panel with lattice-triangle above. Light red clay with hard buff surface. Glazed black inside, dilute paint outside. An ... 27 April 1932