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[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.

[Object]  A 99: Relief Mold Fragment

Clay mold for relief with ship scene. Cf. T 3121 and T 3660. Leica ... 19 March 1932

[Object]  A 1204: Relief Fragment: Gorgon

Part of a large flat round (?) clay plaque, with a gorgoneion in relief on one side. Nose and mouth and part of one cheek preserved. Scale somewhat over life-size. Tile fabric: coarse gravely pink clay; ... 17 April 1947

[Object]  MC 13: Mold Fragment

One corner of the mold preserved. Perhaps for part of an animal with a tail (?). Coarse pinkish buff clay with bits. Trench B. Middle Stoa Building fill. Leica ... 14 March 1933

[Object]  MC 14: Mold Fragment

Mended from two pieces, anciently broken. Broken all round except at the top. Mold for terracotta sima with rinceau pattern. The top has a projecting rim. Chariot group. Coarse pinkish buff clay with ... 14 March 1933

[Object]  T 136: Mold Fragment for Fish Figurine

Fragment of large mold for tail end of fish right (?). Back smoothed, with rounded edges. Coarse pinkish buff micaceous clay, full of large bits; Exact provenience uncertain. Leica ... 17 March 1932

[Object]  T 266: Mold Fragment for Drapery

Coarse pinkish buff clay. At bottom of drain 5. Leica ... 13 May 1932

[Object]  T 330: Mold Fragment for Snake Figurine

Fragment of mold with portion of snake (?) or animal tail (?). Rather coarse pinkish clay with small red and blue bits. Area of Roman intrusion into Geometric area. Leica ... 14-16 April 1932

[Object]  T 337: Mold Fragment for Relief

Fragment of mold for relief with floating drapery. Broken all round. The back flat. Coarse pinkish clay, with many air bubbles. Well. Mouth, along with 5th-4th c. B.C. sherds. Leica ... 1932

[Object]  T 376: Mold Fragment for Two Griffins attacking ...

First interpretation: mold for a sphinx (?). A thick tile-like fragment, flat in back. At the top, a bit of the edge of the mold preserved. Preserved is part of a wing, hind-quarters and tail, to left ... 9 March 1933

[Object]  T 377: Mold Fragment for Nike Driving a Chariot ...

First interpretation: mold for a sphinx. A thick tile-like fragment, flat in back. A small bit of the back surface preserved; other edges broken. Preserved are a part of the wing feathers and body of ... 9 March 1933

[Object]  T 388: Mold for Plaque

In low relief feet and drapery of figure walking right (dancing Maenad). Broken at the top. A coarse mold with a broad rim. Pinkish buff clay. Middle Stoa Building fill. S.W. trench extension. Leica ... 15 March 1933

[Object]  T 389: Mold Fragment

Fragment of large thick mould, with right hand extended to left (dancing Maenad ?). A broad projecting rim along the preserved right side of the mould. Coarse brick red clay, buff at the surface. Middle ... 16 March 1933

[Object]  T 405: Mold Fragment for Mask

From a circular mold for Medusa mask with a heavy rim. Preserved is part of a cheek with short windblown hair above. Fairly fine orange pink clay. Joins T 429. The two fragments as joined give a good ... 28 March 1933

[Object]  T 421: Mold Fragment for Figurines

Mold for two male figures. Broken on all sides. On the left may been seen a man 's torso from neck to waist, a himation wrapped around his hips. His left arm is bent across him and his right is streched ... 3 April 1933

[Object]  T 429: Mold Fragment for Mask

Part of face of mask preserved. Broken on all sides. Eye, mouth and most of nose preserved. Flat back. Red micaceous clay. Joins T 405. Middle Stoa Building fill, trench M. Leica ... 13 April 1933


[Object]  T 431: Female Head

Head of woman carrying a basket with offerings. Broken off at the base of the neck. Her hair is parted in the middle from the crown to nape of neck, with a lock falling at either side of the neck. The ... 19 April 1933

[Object]  T 453: Mold Fragment for Chariot Group Figurine

A thick mold like a tile, with part of an uncertain representation, possibly the forelegs of a horse, moving to the left. Well. Leica ... Card: end 2nd-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Object]  T 508: Mold Fragment for Griffin Figurine

First interpretation: mold for drapery. A piece from a large mould. Irregular behind. "Hole". Leica ... 30 May 1933

[Object]  T 574: Relief Plaque Fragment

Back of plaque preserved; edges broken. The back flat. Preserved the forelegs of a horse. Unglazed. Light red clay, very micaceous. Leica ... 22 March 1934

[Object]  T 617: Mold Fragment for Plaque

Mold for plaque with horse and chariot. Part of one hind leg, and of the chariot wheel preserved. Below the rim of the mould. Very coarse red clay with large bits; buff slip. Trench 2, filling. Leica ... 25 April 1934

[Object]  T 628: Mold Fragments for Animal Figurine

Two fragments of mould. a) A fragment from the lower left corner of the mould. The lead fragments of an ancient mend are partly preserved. Hind legs and part of the tail and belly of an animal right ... 19 May 1934

[Object]  T 653: Mold Fragments for Banquet Scene

Fragment a): the lower edge is preserved; otherwise broken. A kantharos can be made out among a number of long narrow objects. Fragment b): is a fragment from the corner, with part of the high side preserved ... 20 March 1933

[Object]  T 769: Mold Fragment for Animal Figurine

Bottom preserved. Broken away above, at left, and at right. The part preserved is the mold for the tail and the two hind legs of an animal. Brown earth, in fill over Burnt Building. Chiefly Late Roman ... 16 March 1935

[Object]  T 883: Mold Fragments for Relief with Banquet Scene

Large flat fragments of a mold for a relief. Part of the bottom edge of the mold preserved on fragment b); otherwise broken all around. The mold was broken in antiquity, and mended with lead clamps, parts ... 31 May 1935

[Object]  T 981: Mold Fragment for Chariot Group Figurine

Chariot wheel, and hind legs and body of a horse. Part of lower edge preserved. Coarse red clay; heavy fabric. Disturbed late Roman fill. Leica ... 12 February 1936

[Object]  T 1059: Relief Plaque Fragment

Fragment from a large thick plaque, the lower edge preserved. In high relief, the paw of a lion grasping the bent right foreleg of a horse. Buff slip. Coarse pinkish clay. Cf. Archaeology 17 (1964), p ... 27 March 1936

[Object]  T 1287: Mold Fragment for Dancer Figurine

A piece of the mold for the drapery of a large figure. Flat back preserved; otherwise broken all around. Early Roman fill. Leica ... 15 February 1936

[Object]  T 1392: Mold Fragments

Fragment a) part of one side, with raised edge (broken off) preserved. Along the side, ivy vine; beside in drapery (?) Heavy fabric. Pink clay, buff at surface and with fine buff slip inside. Fragment ... 27 March 1937

[Object]  T 1553: Mold Fragment for Animal Figurine

First interpretation: uncertain representation (relief). One corner preserved. Heavy fabric. Red earth above line of "cross wall" of Polygonal Building (upper). Leica ... 8 June 1937

[Object]  T 1595: Architectural Mold Fragment

Large mould, showing a bit of volute. Coarse pink clay. Cistern, hard earth. Leica ... 13-27 February 1937

[Object]  T 1612: Mold Fragment for Relief

Broken all sides. Mold for figure moving left, right arm raised above head (part of hair at extreme left, on positive); short cloak flying out behind head. Heavy fabric; reddish buff clay with black and ... 21 February 1938

[Object]  T 1621: Mold Fragment for Relief Plaque

Upper left corner of mold for a rectangular relief plaque preserved, with parts of three horses. Of first and second, head, forepart and upper part of leg, of the third, only front part of head. Details ... 2 March 1938

[Object]  T 1654: Mold Fragment for Animal Combat Figurine

Part of one edge preserved. Uncertain representation: extended arm with drapery behind (?). Clay buff with coarse pink particles. ADDENDA: Animal combat. Surface. Leica ... 7 April 1938

[Object]  T 1842: Mold Fragment for Predator

No original edge preserved. Uncertain representation; possibly for architectural ornament. Flat back. Light gray buff clay, with bits in it. ADDENDA: C. Grandjouan: large animal predator with objects ... 1 June 1938

[Object]  T 1860: Mold Fragment for Relief Plaque

Corner of the mold for a flat plaque with a relief. Preserved, the head of a lion to the right. Roman fill. Leica ... 9 June 1938

[Object]  T 1862: Mold Fragment for Panther Figurine

Back and part of one side preserved. Fragment from a large heavy mould. Coarse pinkish-buff clay (tile fabric). ADDENDA: Mold fragment for a panther passing left, its head facing. S.W. of the church, ... 8 June 1938

[Object]  T 1925: Mold Fragment for Relief Plaque

Fragment from the upper left corner of a mold for a relief plaque. A winged Nike moving right with arms outstretched in front of her. Much battered. Massive wall. Buff clay containing brown grit. Back ... 20 February 1939

[Object]  T 1963: Mold or Positive Fragment

Corner piece from a heavy mould. Uncertain representation. Gritty yellow-brown clay. ADDENDA: Architecture terracotta (?) Well. Leica ... 19 April 1939

[Object]  T 1965: Mold Fragment for Relief

Small piece of large heavy mould, broken all around, except for small piece of side. Hind legs and tail of a lion which is standing on the back of another animal, a bull, of which the hindquarters and ... 18 April 1939