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[Deposit]  A 18:1: Cistern

Cistern in the valley between the Areopagus and the Hill of the Nymphs. Coins: 6 May 1947 #6-#7 Dump Subdivisions: .1=Fill 1, Early Roman. .2=Fill 2 .3=Fill 3, 2nd. c. B.C ... 25-30 April 1947


[Deposit]  A 18:6: Pit

Nb page 5044: Great shapeless pit with a well (62/Ξ) at its bottom which we were unable to dig because it was too dangerous. Fill in the pit was of sand and white ash. The finds and pottery 4th. and perhaps ... Late 4th.-early 3rd. c.


[Deposit]  B 20:2: Drawshaft

Filling in a cistern chamber in the area west of the Areopagus. Main dumped fill of 2nd. c. B.C., with small amount of later material in uppermost 1.00m. A connecting passage contained some material of ... 2nd. c. B.C.


[Deposit]  B 20:7: Well

Grid notation in error as 99/ΚΑ sometimes. A well in the industrial area west of the Areopagus, at the bottom of the valley, about 10.00m. east of the Great Drain. Lower period of use and two upper dumped ... 3rd. c. B.C.

[Deposit]  C 10:1: Manhole, Channel Mouth 1

Water channel in north part of section, giving access to water system. Channel Mouth 1 ... 18-19 February 1936


[Deposit]  C 20:2: Koukla Factory and related fills

Fills with many figurines and molds, possibly from terracotta factory. Coins: 31 May 1939 #11 1 June 1919 # 17-#18 7 June 1939 #16 9 June 1939 #27-#30 3 April 1947 #34 30 May 1947 #10-#11 3 June 1947 #1-#2 ... Mostly 200-150 B.C.


[Deposit]  D 17:4: Cistern

Cistern at 70/ΚΕ and channels. Part of same system as D 17:3 and D 17:5. The following objects are from the dirt pile and have no subdivision: G 397, S 1436, ST 470, T 2927. Subdivisions: .1=Top fill .2=Middle ... Ca. 200-150 B.C.


[Deposit]  D 17:5: Cistern

Part of same system as D 17:3 and D 17:4. Object B 874 is from the top fill but not related to the upper or lower fills proper; no subdivision. Neither the upper nor the lower fill had the characteristics ... 225-100 B.C.


[Deposit]  D-E 8-9:1: Theseion Cisterns A and B (1936)

Two chambers connected by a tunnel, all filled at the same time, but with slight Hellenistic disturbance. Chamber A, to west at 14/ΛΗ, B to east at 14-15/ΛΒ on grid for section RR. Cistern system ca. 20.00m ... Ca. 325-275 B.C.

[Deposit]  D-E 15:1: Great Drain fillings

Great Drain: fillings in south part of section; Martyrs I, II and III, all layers (essentially no difference in the layers). Pottery sorted and recorded by H.A. Thompson 12 may 1950: "Having gone through ... Early 1st c. B.C.


[Deposit]  E 6:1: East Chamber

Cistern System #3: East Chamber at 69/Λ, joined by a crooked passage to 69/ΛΣΤ ... 175-125 B.C.


[Deposit]  E 6:2: West Chamber

Cistern System #3: West Chamber at 69/ΛΣΤ, joined by a crooked passage to 69/Λ. Coins: 8 June 1936 #1 10 June 1936 #1-#5 11 June 1936 #1-#3 12 June 1936 #1 ... 175-125 B.C.


[Deposit]  E 10:1: Manhole, Channel Mouth 4

Water channel in north part of Section: Channel Mouth 4. Coins: 22 February 1936 #16-#18 24 February 1936 #1-#2 ... 120-86 B.C.


[Deposit]  E 14:1: Cistern

Nbp. 2369: Two chamber cisterns, 88/ΛΔ and 100/ΚΘ, united by a long straight passage running almost due N-S. A draw shaft at 95/ΚΘ is set just off the course of the passage to the east and opening into ... Use filling of late 4th-early 3rd c. B.C. Accumulative fillings of late 3rd-early 2nd and late 1st c. B.C. Upper dumped filling of 3rd c. A.D.


[Deposit]  E 14:3: Drawshaft, "Kybele cistern"

Nbp. 2369: Two chamber cisterns, 88/ΛΔ and 100/ΚΘ, united by a long straight passage running almost due N-S. A draw shaft at 95/ΚΘ is set just off the course of the passage to the east and opening into ... Upper fill, Late Roman with some Hellenistic. Middle fill, Sullan debris to last quarter of 1st c. B.C. Lower fill, 4th-3rd c. B.C.=POU and abandonment


[Deposit]  E 14:6: Well H

Upper fill was early Roman dated by AWP to the 1st c. A transitional fill was later assigned to the upper level. Nbp. 2913: The history may have been that the well was cleaned out at the time that it was ... 19-26 May 1936 4-5 June 1936


[Deposit]  E 15:3: Cistern

Nbp. 2369: Two chamber cisterns, 88/ΛΔ and 100/ΚΘ, united by a long straight passage running almost due N-S. A draw shaft at 95/ΚΘ is set just off the course of the passage to the east and opening into ... Late 2nd-early 1st c. B.C.-86 B.C.


[Deposit]  E 15:4: Drawshaft

Coins: 27 June 1935 #1 (Hellenistic fill) ... Ca. 200-125 B.C.


[Deposit]  F 5:1: Cistern

Evidence of stratification into five layers, although joins between the layers. Layer VI added when the construction of the Roman building above required it. No subdivisions assigned. Coins: 3 June 1937 ... Early 3rd-late 2nd c. B.C.

[Deposit]  F 6:3: West Chamber

The West Chamber of a double cistern lying between the northeast corner of the Theseion and the Annex to the Stoa of Zeus Eleftherios. ... Both chambers went out of use as water containers simultaneously ... 225-165 B.C.


[Deposit]  F 13:3: Well 9, Upper Fill

Upper fill (POU and dump). Evidence for 4th-c. use (Lower fill of Agora XII) consists of a few 4th c. fragments found at bottom mixed with Hellenistic [Agora XXIX, p. 450]. The fill from top to bottom, ... 150-86 B.C. abandonment


[Deposit]  F 17:4: Cistern

Stucco-lined bottle-shaped cistern, with tunnel and subsidiary manhole, in SW Baths, Room Α 10. Homogeneous dumped fill, mostly of mold-made bowls and and molds for terracotta figurines. Coins: 13 May ... 225-190 B.C.


[Deposit]  F 19:3: Well

Unfinished well, all one fill. Coins: 2 May 1939 #1-#3 ... Early 1st c. B.C.


[Deposit]  F 19:6: Well

Unfinished well-shaft with debris filling (apparently of the Sullan sack). Abandoned due to poor quality of bedrock. Coins: 11 May 1939 #6 ... End 2nd c. B.C.-second quarter 1st c. B.C.


[Deposit]  G 5:3: "Bone Well"

Second century B.C. fill with early 13th c. A.D. fill in mouth. The Byzantine objects from the mouth are P 13713-P 13718, L 3585. Lower fill contained bones of many infants and dogs. Coins: 14 June 1937 ... Mid-2nd c. B.C.


[Deposit]  G 6:2: Cistern East Chamber

The East Chamber of a double cistern lying between the northeast corner of the Theseion and the Annex to the Stoa of Zeus Eleftherios. ... Both chambers went out of use as water containers simultaneously ... 23 February-16 March 1932


[Deposit]  G 13:4: Well

Well associated with Building D. Hellenistic Group A with Late Roman fill in upper 3.00m. Objects A 245 and P 4597 are from fill on floor around well-head, contemporary with upper fill but not in subdivision ... 325-260


[Deposit]  G 14:2: Well

Tiled well, three fills noted: lower fill of earth and stones with a few fragments only of coarse pottery (none inventoried, containers 66-71); middle filling a heavy deposit primarily of table ware, apparently ... 4th-2nd c. B.C. 100-70 B.C.


[Deposit]  H 6:4: Bronze Head Well

A well behind the Stoa of Zeus. Noted as the finding place of the bronze head of Nike, B 30 ... 260-210 B.C.


[Deposit]  H 6:9: Cave Cistern

Two chambers connected by a tunnel, each with two fills. Lower fill in south chamber contemporary with upper fill in north chamber, at the end of the 4th c. B.C. Objects T 122, T 145, L 453 and L 454 ... Ca. 375-160 B.C.


[Deposit]  H 12:1: Fill of Early West Branch of Great Drain=Middle ...

Filling of Middle Drain (Tr. H+F in Section Ζ). Sand and gravel filling of the old course of the west branch of the Great Drain, a large (ca. 1.00m. deep and 1.30m. wide) underground channel in the area ... 150-100 B.C.


[Deposit]  H 16:3: Cistern System

An extensive cistern system, south chamber with blind tunnel extending further south (south tunnel); north chamber; drawshaft further north, extends to north tunnel. With exception of north tunnel (which ... Ca. 320-240 B.C.


[Deposit]  H 16:4: Pithos

Part of Hell. Group D. Coins: 12 April 1932 #6-11 13 April 1932 #1-#2 ... 160-130 B.C.


[Deposit]  H-K 12-14: Middle Stoa Building Fill

Middle Stoa Building Fill (with filling to S) (See also Κ: H-I-J 14-15 and Λ: K-M 13-14) This deposit is not definitive and must be considered with the above deposits before details are entered into database; ... to ca. 180 B.C.

[Deposit]  I 14:2: Pithos Settling Basin

Located in front of west end of Stepped Retaining Wall, Heliaia. Filled in and covered in last stages of grading of area after construction of Middle Stoa ... 175-150 B.C.


[Deposit]  L 17:7: Aischines Street Cistern: South Chamber

Date of filling early third c. B.C. Coins: 12 August 1957 #1-#3 13 August 1957 #1 ... 310-220 B.C.


[Deposit]  L 19:2: Cistern

A 3rd. c. B.C. cistern and an unfinished rectangular cutting of the 2nd c. B.C. which destroyed some of its upper part. These two features are combined in this deposit; the following objects are identified ... 3rd-2nd c. B.C.


[Deposit]  M 20:1: Cistern

Two Hellenistic fills with late Hellenistic to Roman fill above. Subdivisions: .1=top and intermediate fills, to 2.00m. .2=middle fill .3=bottom fill ... 6 February 1937


[Deposit]  M 23:1: Cistern

Cistern in NW corner of Byzantine Building. Pottery consistent throughout, late Hellenistic. Late 2nd c. B.C. Coins: 3 May 1934 #4 7 May 1934 #8-#10 8 May 1934 #1 11 May 1934 #4-#7 ... 100-75 B.C.


[Deposit]  M-N 15:1: South Stoa building fill

South Stoa II Construction Fill ... to ca. 140 B.C.


[Deposit]  N 19:1: Cistern

Dumped filling of late 2nd c. B.C.; Roman Group F, dumped filling of second quarter to end of 1st c. B.C. Subdivisions: .1=upper fill (Group F) .2=middle fill .3=lower fill ... Second quarter to end of 1st c. B.C.


[Deposit]  N 20:4: Mask Cistern

Dumped fillings thrown in during second quarter of 1st c. B.C. containing mostly debris resulting from Sulla's sack in 86 B.C. Agora XXIX, p. 464: Four fills distinguished during exavations ... but seemingly ... Late 2nd c. and early 1st c. B.C. POU; 110-75 B.C.


[Deposit]  N 21:4: Satyr Cistern

Cistern with two tunnels, the one entering its neck cut off by an early Roman well, the other, at the bottom not excavated. No stratigraphy noted during excavation, but analysis of pottery suggests three ... 5-17 May 1939


[Deposit]  P 10:2: Cistern

With cistern at 18/Π (P 10:1), two chambers connected by a passage. 18/Π went out of use first and was closed off from 17/ΟΕ-ΟΣΤ; filled up at one time with material dating between 350 and 300 B.C. 17/ΟΕ-ΟΣΤ ... 17 April 1937 27-28 May 1937

[Object]  MC 73: Tile

One corner preserved and part of an opposite side. The surface is stamped with small rosettes nearly arranged in rows. Unglazed. Pinkish buff clay. Cf. SS 3 and also SS 82. Well, in cistern arm. Leica ... 26 February 1934

[Object]  MC 186: Stamp

Conical. On the base of the cone the stamp; the upper part served as a handle. On its bottom in relief, an egg for a large ovolo or egg and dart, surrounded by ridge. Unglazed. Pale yellow-buff clay. Cistern ... 30 May 1935

[Object]  MC 577: Ring

Intact save for minor chips. Sides have slight batter; edges flattened top and bottom. Brownish clay; greenish buff slip. Cistern, middle fill. Container 4. Hellenistic. 365 Leica ... 9 May 1939

[Object]  MC 578: Stamp

One side of stamp slightly broken. The stamp is a coarse palmette. Behind is a rough solid conical handle. Buff clay. Stamp for making a Megarian bowl mould. Cistern, upper fill. Container 4. 365 Leica ... 9 May 1939

[Object]  MC 579: Ring

Cracked, but complete save minor chips. Sharply concave sides top and bottom edges flattened. Buff clay; greenish buff slip. Cistern, lower fill. Container 21. 3rd c. B.C. 365 Leica ... 13 May 1939

[Object]  P 54: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

The center has a four-petaled rosette surrounded with concentric ridges; from the outer ridge radiate small triangles; between them, and from their points extend palm branches and palmettes, alternating ... 15 July 1931

[Object]  P 65: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

At the top is a band of dots above an ovolo. On the body is an elaborately shaped kantharos, a centaur in rapid motion to the left and behind the centaur, the base of another vase. Beneath is a band with ... 20 July 1931

[Object]  P 75: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Fragmentary horse and rider; the rider is reining in his horse with his left hand while with his right he hurls a spear downward, in the direction of his gaze. Attic clay; black glaze inside. Cf. P 85 ... 25 July 1931

[Object]  P 85: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Animal (dog?) running left with the leg of another animal above. Pink clay; metallic black glaze. Cf. P 75. Cf. Agora XXII, no. 247. 2.40m. below lintel. Cave, south chamber, upper fill. 520 Leica, 80-26-8(w/P ... 29 July 1931

[Object]  P 118: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

In center, a six-petalled rosette; around this a narrow groove; resting on this, on rising wall of bowl, a circle of small leaves. Underside of mold slightly concave; plain. Pinkish clay. Nb. p. 635, ... 20 July 1931

[Object]  P 401: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many fragments. Complete save two small holes in sides. Center bottom, frontal face within circular moulded frame surrounded by dotted circle and radiating single wreath. Around center of sides, ... 2 March 1932

[Object]  P 402: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from many pieces. A little more than half preserved with missing fragments. Gorgoneion surrounded by raised band. Double row of small leaves surmounted by four large acanthus leaves (three preserved) ... 1 March 1932

[Object]  P 403: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many pieces; a good many holes. Central medallion, face(?) nearly effaced. Surrounded by two grooves, outer one scraped and colored with miltos. Radiating luxuriant wreath. Figured band consists ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  P 404: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from many fragments: large part of side missing. Central base medallion, frontal face surrounded by plain and dotted ring, scraped groove between, thin double (imbricated) wreath with pin-wheels ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  P 405: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many pieces. Large parts still missing. Central medallion, rosette separated from moulded ring by groove colored with miltos. Multiple radiating wreath, rosettes between the tips. Figured band ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  P 406: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Base and about a third of upper part preserved, with gaps. Gorgoneion framed with double moulded band, scraped groove between. Imbricated leaf pattern in six-pointed star. Fragmentary mythological(?), ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  P 407: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from three pieces. Scraped grooves round central medallion and just below rim. Imbricated leaf pattern radiating from moulded ring round central wreath(?).Carelessly made; much worn. Glaze shows ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  P 574: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Fragment from the base of a mold for Megarian bowl. Double row of short overlapping leaves with stalks and curling tendrils rising from between the leaves. Clay bright pink to buff. Fragment in very ... 21 April 1932

[Object]  P 591: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many fragments; most of upper part of walls missing; bit of rim preserved. Restored in plaster. Central medallion: rosette. Then, multiple wreath of small leaves, surmounted by narrow figured ... 22 April 1932


[Object]  P 595: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from many pieces; about two-thirds preserved. Central medallion: rosette. Sides fluted. Above fluting, broad shallow groove above which is an undecorated band, 0.018m. wide. Scraped grooves colored ... 22 April 1932

[Object]  P 596: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from many pieces; only about one-quarter of sides preserved. Base medallion: rosette. Sides decorated with flutes alternating with vertical rows of raised rings. Above fluting, double groove, surmounted ... 22 April 1932

[Object]  P 597: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from eight fragments. Lower part only preserved. Base medallion: double rosette. Sides decorated with whirling ribs and rows of raised circles. Attic clay. Glaze brownish inside, much peeled outside ... 22 April 1932

[Object]  P 598: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from several fragments; about half of rim preserved. Base medallion: plain. Large net pattern on sides. A band of rope pattern terminates net above. Grooves scraped carelessly around base medallion ... 22 April 1932

[Object]  P 795: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Stern of boat with helmsman and rowers: Erotes? Attic clay. Metallic black glaze inside and out. Cistern, main chamber, disturbed deposit. Leica PD 360 ... 21 May 1932


[Object]  P 1104: Red Figure Pelike: Kertch

Mended from many pieces; about one-third of the rim, the upper part of the front, and smaller pieces from the walls missing and restored in plaster. Moulded ring foot; flaring lip with downturned edge ... 1 June 1932


[Object]  P 1105: Red Figure Pelike: Kertch

Identical with P 1104. Much mended; fragments from the walls, the base, and the top of one handle restored in plaster. Here the upper parts of the heads of the horse and the first woman are better preserved, ... 1 June 1932

[Object]  P 1116: Moldmade Bowl

Rather more than half of the walls preserved; no bottom; strengthened with plaster. Flaring lip, faintly offset. Radiate long petals cover the walls to about half their height. Between each pair of tips, ... 12 May 1932

[Object]  P 1117: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Base and a bit of wall preserved. On the bottom, surrounded by two raised circles, a six-pointed star. Around the base medallion, six small solid triangles. On the sides, six-petalled daisies, forming ... 12 May 1932

[Object]  P 1450: Moldmade Bowl Fragment: Inscribed

At the bottom of the fragment, the tops of a palmette pattern; above, a bird(?) below two grooves. Between, inscribed in the mould, the letters: Good metallic glaze inside and out. Middle Stoa Bldg ... 3 March 1933


[Object]  P 1495: Moldmade Krater: West Slope

Fragmentary; more than half of the walls preserved, but none of the lip. A large bowl with typical Megarian decoration, to which a base (small ring, perhaps not complete, preserved) and a flaring wheelmade ... 8 March 1933

[Object]  P 1523: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl with ...

About half of the lower part of the mold is preserved with groups of lines radiating from the center, and a grapevine pattern between. The center consists of a simple rosette surrounded by concentric grooves ... 13 March 1933

[Object]  P 1592: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Fragment from rim. Around the lip, palmettes above scrolls; below, guilloche; below that, traces of a relief. Pink clay, fairly fine; buff slip outside. Trench Ε. Leica ... 24 March 1933

[Object]  P 1811: Moldmade Bowl

About two-thirds preserved; mended from many pieces. Restored in plaster. On the bottom, a rosette with traces of miltos in a groove around it. On the body, between narrow pointed petals radiating from ... 4 April 1933

[Object]  P 1886: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Small bit of rim and side preserved. Near rim, leaf and flower design; below, wave pattern; next, degenerate egg. Traces of relief on the main zone below, possibly a wreath. Buff clay. Martyra. Middle ... 19 April 1933

[Object]  P 2239: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

The central medallion of the exterior is preserved, with a small bit of the ribbed sides. Central design: flower with four petals and four sepals, with a raised circle between each; bordered by similar ... 15 June 1933

[Object]  P 2432: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Mended from four pieces. The central medallion on the bottom and part of the sides preserved. In the center, outside, within two raised ridges, a Gorgoneion. Beyond the ridges, bands of scale-like leaves ... 1932

[Object]  P 2983: Moldmade Bowl

The bottom and most of one side preserved, giving the full height. In the middle of the bototm a small rosette; around it two raised rings. Above these, on the wall, an imbricated leaf pattern; on the ... 28 February-3 March 1933

[Object]  P 2996: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Part of rim preserved. At the top, two deep grooves, below them, a band of guilloche pattern and two more grooves. A large vine leaf pointed down interrupts the guilloche band and extends some way below ... 9 June 1933

[Object]  P 3124: Moldmade Bowl with Maker's Stamp

Two pieces: one mended from nine, the other non-joining, single. Restored in plaster. Profile complete. Enough remains to make out the stamp on the bottom, probably a rosette. ADDENDA Signature - Apollodorou, ... 22 February 1934

[Object]  P 3145: Moldmade Bowl

Mended from several pieces and restored in plaster. On the bottom a rosette; on the sides looped ribs with dots between. At the top of each row of dots, a three-petalled palmette. The rim plain, above ... 28 February 1934

[Object]  P 3157: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Mended from two pieces; the profile complete. In the center, a gorgoneion; on the sides, leaf pattern. Pinkish buff clay. ADDENDA Medallion from same stamp as p 3089. Cf. Hesperia Suppl. 10 (1956), p ... 2 March 1934

[Object]  P 3211: Moldmade Bowl Fragment: Inscribed

Two fragments, one mended from two pieces. Decoration of great leaves, outlined by sharp ridges; rows of dots between. On the larger fragment: ο Α Τ On the smaller: Y Black glaze inside and out. Fill ... 12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3248: Mold Fragment for Moldmade Bowl

Part of the rim preserved; otherwise broken. Pinkish buff clay. Late fill. Leica ... 20 March 1934

[Object]  P 3377: Moldmade Bowl

Much broken; lacking parts of base and side wall. Restored in plaster. Shallow, flat-bottomed, with slightly rolled lip. In the medallion a rosette with two series of petals and one of sepals; around the ... 3-12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3378: Moldmade Bowl

Small fragments are missing from side wall. In the medallion, a rosette of 11 petals, from the medallion spring elongated petals with pointed tips, alternating with jewelled lines which terminate above ... 3-12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3379: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

About one-third of the bowl remains. On the medallion a rosette; from it spring elongated petals; the upper zone is a band of egg and dart. Fine buff clay, thin metallic glaze, fired to red in the lower ... 3-12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3382: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Much of rim and side wall missing. In the medallion, a rosette with alternating petals and sepals. The side wall is occupied by four groups of concentric semicircles suspended from a raised line which ... 3-12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3388: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Only a fragment of the side wall remains; coverd by long swirling petals divided by jewelled lines. Buff clay, metallic black glaze. Cistern. Leica PD 339 ... 3-12 March 1934

[Object]  P 3615: Black Glaze Lekythos Fragment

The base and part of the side preserved, mended from four pieces. Unglazed inside, and on the low nearly flat base. The outside glazed black to brown, with a broad reserved band in which a red stripe ... 17 March 1934

[Object]  P 3661: Moldmade Bowl

Broken but nearly complete. Double rosette in medallion; elongated petals divided by jewelled lines on side wall. No upper zone or incised line. Metallic glaze inside and out. Stoa Pit F, footing trench ... 21 April 1934

[Object]  P 3662: Moldmade Bowl

Much of side wall and base missing. Restored in plaster. On the medallion probably a mask. On the side wall, pairs of rampant goats and Erotes(?). The upper zone consists of a broad raised band surmounted ... 21 April 1934

[Object]  P 3919: Moldmade Bowl

Fragments of rim and side walls missing. Rim nearly straight, very low foot ring, plain bottom. Below the plain rim a band of egg and dart; below, tongues alternating with lines of dots, flaring up from ... March 1934

[Object]  P 4011: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Rim fragment with dolphin pattern in upper zone. Good fabric; glaze almost completely flaked. Cf. Agora XXII, no. 122. Cistern. Leica PD 315 ... 1932

[Object]  P 4017: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Fragment from medallion with three of long-bearded masks which are commonly found on the side wall now placed in the medallion, crowns toward the center. The modelling is crisp and the glaze is good ... 1932

[Object]  P 4019: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Medallion depicting 10-petalled rosette. Good glaze. Cf. Agora XXII, nos. 303, 304. Cistern. Leica PD 315 ... 1932

[Object]  P 4021: Moldmade Bowl Fragment

Medallion fragment with finely worked rosette which has two rows of petals and a third of sepals. Good glaze. Cf. Agora XXII, no. 108. Cistern. Leica PD 315 ... 1932