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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 11

Top of knob missing. Lid. Nearly flat on top, offset near rim; inset flange beneath. Ring at base of acorn knob which is broken at the top and hollow inside. Reserved: the underside, junction of top and ... 480-450 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 12

Top of knob missing. Lid. Domed top, inset flange beneath. Top offset from flat rim. Scraped groove on outer face of rim, one at junction of rim and dome, one at base of knob ... 4th c. B.C.

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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 13

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth; round handles. Black glaze on the neck inside, on the mouth, and the handles, and two bands round the body below the lower attachment of the handles, also on the outer face ... Ca. 525 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 14

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth; round handles. Added red: two lines at the level of the lower attachment of the handles, one line inside the mouth, one line at outer edge of foot ... 525-500 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 15

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth; fine ridge offsets neck from body. Strap handles. Added red: two lines at level of lower attachment of handles, one line at junction of neck and body ... Ca. 500 B.C.

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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 16

Spreading ring foot. Torus mouth, flattened on top. Strap handles. Added red: two lines at the lower attachment of the handles, one line just below the mouth, one at junction of foot and wall ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 17

Fragment of rim. Ostrakon of Themistokles (482 B.C.) ... 500-490 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 18

Fragment of rim. Two reserved lines inside and a red line outside. Ostrakon of Kallixenos Aristonymou (482 B.C.) ... 500-490 B.C.

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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 19

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth; strap handles ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 20

Ring foot. Flaring rim; strap handles. Added red: two lines at the level of the lower attachment of the handles, one line just below the mouth, one line on the neck and one line on lower part of body, ... 500-480 B.C.