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[Object]  B 848: Ring Key

Plain band with rectangular key attachment. Building P, room 7, where north floor II lacks to West. 1378 Leica, vii-83 ... 26 April 1948

[Object]  B 887: Nail or Hook

Complete except for chip from head. Large-headed hook (if right angle in shaft is original); otherwise a nail. Head flat. Shaft rectangular in section, tapering to a point, now bent. N.W. room, Poros Building, ... 7 June 1949

[Object]  B 1001: Surgical Instrument

Broken in the middle. Long slender channel, pointed in one end. The other end bent like a hook. Ends up in a bird' s head. On the handle a knob bounded to either side by ridges. Stoa shop IX from south, ... 12 June 1952

[Object]  B 1019: Nail

Nail with broad flat head. South Terrace, cut IV, north, layer 1, behind South Stoa wall, South Stoa II, building fill. Leica, VII-83 ... 17 April 1953

[Object]  B 1109: Unguent Spoon

Oval bowl with central rib. Shaft ending above in a drop. Rather well preserved. Decorative rings around the part where bowl and shaft meet. Cf. Corinth XII, pp. 132-134, pl. 82. In front of late Roman ... 8 May 1947

[Object]  BI 46: Bone Probe

Tapering handle; thin round blade, slightly upturned. Dark brown. Well, dump. Leica, vii-78 ... 14 June 1932

[Object]  BI 55: Bone Spindle Whorl

Globular, with small flattened top, and larger flattened bottom. Decorated with a band of double concentric circles incised around a central dot; above and below this band, three incised grooves. Brown ... 13 May 1933

[Object]  BI 79: Bone Spoon

Complete. Round shallow bowl. Pointed handle with transverse grooves just above the bowl. Well. Black fill. Leica, vii-78 ... 26 February 1934

[Object]  BI 85: Bone Pin

Mended from two fragments, the point lacking. The head is shaped like a Corinthian capital, with leaves under the corners, and a square abacus. On the abacus is seated a winged Eros, with legs crossed ... 21 March 1934

[Object]  BI 92: Bone Button

Flat at the back, slightly convex on top. Decorated on the edge with incised triangles. Probably Byzantine. House B, upper layer, probably floor. Late Roman (?) 183 Leica, vii-84 ... 23 March 1934