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[Object]  A 957: Well Head

Parts of rim and nearly a quarter of wall missing; restored in plaster. A cylindrical drum, tapering around top. Heavy rim, flat on top and sharply profiled; lower wall thickened to form heavy collar ... 28 May-16 June 1938

[Object]  L 538: Lamp

Body with curving sides merging into very narrow rim, turned down round large central opening. Long nozzle, blunt; fairly flat on top. Horizontal band handle, set at a slight angle to body. Broad low base, ... 425-375 B.C.

[Object]  MC 250: Spindle Whorl

Lower edge chipped all round. Conical-convex with flat bottom. On underside, tongues spring from concentric circles. On the side wall is a net pattern in black and white below, and a tongue pattern above ... Publication: 6th c. B.C.

[Object]  MC 328: Loom Weight

Pyramidal, stamped. Palmette stamped on top. Upper two thirds washed with thin black glaze. Publication: 425-400 B.C. Well. Leica, XXXIX-64 ... Publication: 425-400 B.C.

[Object]  MC 329: Loom Weight

Pyramidal, stamped. A palmette stamp on top. Upper two thirds covered with thin black glaze. Reddish brown clay. Publication: 425-400 B.C. Well. Leica, 81-165 ... Publication: 425-400 B.C.

[Object]  MC 330: Loom Weight

Stamped. Palmette stamp on top. Upper two thirds covered with thin black glaze. Reddish brown clay. Publication: 425-400 B.C. Well. Leica, 81-165 ... Publication: 425-400 B.C.

[Object]  MC 331: Loom Weight

Pyramidal, stamped. Palmette stamp on top. Thin black glaze on upper half. Clay baked brown to gray. Publication: 425-400 B.C. Well. Leica, 81-165 ... Publication: 425-400 B.C.

[Object]  MC 373: Spindle Whorl

Concave conical top; rounded bottom. Decorated with black glaze in stripes and rows of short vertical strokes. ADDENDA Publication: early 5th c. B.C. (publication) Grave 7, find no. 18 for the day. Found ... Publication: early 5th c. B.C.

[Object]  MC 781: Whorl

Conical-convex. Flared and projecting at the bottom; pierced vertically. Decorated on the sides and bottom with glaze bands and rows of dots. Dump. Leica, XXXIX-64, 81-165 ... Card: early 5th c. B.C.

[Object]  MC 937: Spindle Whorl

Conical convex whorl, flaring at the bottom. Two scraped rings about half way up. Good black glaze worn on top and round edge at bottom. Pink clay. Publication: ca. 500 B.C. Well A. 1081 Leica, 81-165 ... 21 April 1953

[Object]  MC 938: Spindle Whorl

Preserved, decorated with black figured rings and dots. ADDENDA Publication: early 5th c. B.C. (publication) Well A. Late 6th into early 5th c. B.C. 1081 Leica, 81-165 PD 2112-8 ... Publication: early 5th c. B. C.

[Object]  MC 948: Spindle Whorl

Slender concave-conical, with nearly flat bottom. Two incised lines around it half way up, and a reserved line at edge of bottom. Firm velvety glaze. Publication: ca. 500 B.C. Well A. Box 10. Late 6th-early ... Publication: ca. 500 B.C.

[Object]  P 423: Black Glaze Bolsal

Mended from eight pieces; small fragments missing. Peculiar foot: concave member set off sharply from under part of body and terminated by shallow spreading ring. Attic clay. All-over mottled glaze, ... 1 March 1932

[Object]  P 816: Red Figure Mesomphalic Phiale

Mended from four fragments; chips missing from lip and a small piece from one side. Careless ovolo band around lip and boss inside. Outside, save for hollow of boss, and inside boss and band between decorated ... 27 May 1932

[Object]  P 1196: Black Glaze Stemmed Dish

Mended from three pieces (break through bowl and at base of stem). Piece of rim missing. Foot like those of P 1194, P 1195. Glaze thin, dull, reddish, and much worn. Cf. Agora XII, no. 991. Cf. AgPicBk ... June 1932

[Object]  P 1256: Black Glaze Oinochoe

Mended from many fragments; bits missing from lip and sides; restored in plaster. Spreading ring foot, unglazed beneath and on the edge. The neck slightly offset at the shoulder. Glossy black glaze all ... August-September 1932

[Object]  P 1564: Black Glaze Olpe

About half of rim broken away. Glaze much worn on handle and two spots on side. Glaze on underside of vase very thin. Red used for horizontal stripe about body of vase at level of bottom of handle, on ... August-September 1932

[Object]  P 2026: Amis: Banded

Mended from many fragments; small fragments still missing from sides and lower edge of the spout. Above the hood-shaped edge of the spout is a small protuberance at the top of the vase. Beyond this, a ... 16 May 1933

[Object]  P 2073: Oinochoe with Paint Decoration

Complete save for chips from trefoil lip and base. Rather angular profile. Ring base. A reserved band extends from bottom of neck to below point of greatest circumference, which is marked by a band of ... 29 May 1933

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[Object]  P 2116: Eschara

Rectangular eschara. Small bits of sides and edges missing; one corner broken of, and a corner of the support gone. Handles missing. The brazier is supported on a rectangular foot, hollow, with a small ... 30 May 1933

[Object]  P 2310: Black Glaze One-Handler

Mended from six pieces. Small piece of rim missing. Inside of handles and resting surface of ring base reserved. Only fair black glaze. Cf. Agora XII, no. 740. Well; uniform Greek fill. Leica, 3-314, ... Ca. 440-425 B.C.

[Object]  P 2342: Black Glaze Plate: Banded

About one-third of the rim broken away. Lip offset on the outside; low clearly defined ring base. Interior: reserved center, two narrow, one wide, one narrow reserved band; reserved band on edge of lip ... 4 April 1933

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[Object]  P 3506: Red Figure Skyphos Fragment: Type B

Vertical handle from Type B skyphos. On exterior, at the bottom of the fragment, part of a reserved band with criss-cross relief lines. No relief contours, or brown, for the owl. Lustrous glaze inside ... 12 April 1934

[Object]  P 4462: Frying Pan

Fragments of body missing. Restored in plaster. Large shallow open bowl with plain rim and rounded bottom and one broad, high loop handle. Orange clay, micaceous and gritty. Traces of burning on exterior ... 13 April 1934

[Object]  P 5131: Black Glaze Cup

One handle and part of rim missing. Restored in plaster. Massive foot glazed all over, reserved beneath. Rectangular moulding at juncture of stem and bowl, with reserved band above and below. Inset rim; ... 12-15 March 1935

[Object]  P 5145: Black Glaze Skyphos

Fragments from wall missing. Massive fabric; stout shape, unbroken upper wall. Ring foot. Line of glaze scratched from junction of foot and wall exposing a miltos-covered surface. Well by Stoa Pier 3 ... 12-15 March 1935

[Object]  P 6179: Jug: Corinthian

Intact, save for chips and a small hole in one side. Flat-bottomed oinochoe with squat round body and straight neck ending in trefoil rim. Small flat raised bottom. Vertical loop handle. Buff clay with ... 26 June 1935

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[Object]  P 7020: Clay Ring: Banded

Ring Stand. Broad low flaring base, moulded above, with short straight rim. No bottom. Decorated on top with black glazed bands alternating with reserved bands. Inside and underneath, unglazed. Fine ... 13 March 1936

[Object]  P 7895: Black Glaze Stemmed Dish

Foot missing, and chips from floor. Handleless stemmed bowl with rolled rim projecting on the outside. Good black glaze over all, save for a thin scraped line above the ring at the base of the stem ... 28 May 1936

[Object]  P 8586: Funnel

About half of the upper wall missing. Restored in plaster. Horizontal handle set on vertical rim. Glazed inside only with a brownish wash that also covers the handle. Probably Attic clay. Cistern system ... 10 June 1936

[Object]  P 8810: Black Glaze Stemmed Dish

Similar to P 8807 (Γ 2244), but much larger. Concave walls with flaring lip; flat floor; cup foot and stem. Two incised grooves around stem near base; edge of foot reserved. Pink clay; black to red glaze, ... 27-29 May 1936

[Object]  P 8834: Black Glaze Skyphos

Corinthian type; restored in plaster. Flaring ring foot. Handles set barely below rim and very slightly tilted. Double band of purple just below handles. Reserved band above foot filled with vertical lines ... 27-29 May 1936

[Object]  P 8862: Cooking Bell

Much of one side, many body fragments missing. Restored in plaster. Large domed cover, elliptical at the rim, shaped like a cowbell; basket handle on the top, running with the major axis of the pot. Rim ... 27-29 May 1936

[Object]  P 9371: Black Glaze Phiale: Stamped

Full profile preserved. Boss in center; slight thickening on outside of lip. Stamped decoration: band of palmettes outside of ovules around boss. Covered with black glaze except for reserved circles ... 13 March 1937

[Object]  P 9423: Mortar

One handle and piece of bottom missing. Wide collar rim; lug opposite spout; a horizontal close-set strap handle on each side. Coarse buff to gray clay with a great many white bits in it. Well. Leica, ... 15 March 1937

[Object]  P 9434: Black Glaze Amphoriskos: Stamped

Part of wall, handles and tip missing. Stamped decoration: on shoulder, ring of large ovules. Ornament on body divided below the middle by a band of maeander. Above, linked spindly palmettes, one row ... 16 March 1937

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[Object]  P 9445: Epinetron

The open end of a plain epinetron preserved, with slightly flaring double-grooved rim. Restored in plaster. Two holes in center of curve, just inside rim. Light brown clay. Covered inside and out with ... 19 March 1937

[Object]  P 10281: Black Glaze Feeder: Stamped

End of spout broken away. Vessel with small opening in nearly flat top; vertical band handle at 90° from narrowing tubular spout; stepped foot somewhat concave below. On top, stamped pattern of seven palmettes ... Publ. 3rd. quarter of 5th. c. B.C.

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[Object]  P 10282: Black Glaze Feeder: Stamped

Glaze much worn on spout and handle. As P 10281 (ΟΧ 15), except nine palmettes, and the opening is bordered by a tongue. ADDENDA P 10281: Vessel with small opening in nearly flat top; vertical band handle ... 7 March 1936

[Object]  P 10323: Black Glaze Bowl with Lid

Lid broken in four pieces. Foot of bowl chipped. Bowl with ring foot and flange to receive lid; black glazed save for resting surface and center underneath. Lid with profiled central handle, black glazed ... Card: ca. 470-460 B.C., perhaps 450, but not later.