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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 21

Spreading ring foot with torus outer face and fillet at junction of foot and wall. Flaring rim; strap handles. Reserved: torus edge of the foot, the top of the mouth. Added red: two lines at level of lower ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 22

Flaring ring foot. Torus mouth; strap handles. Added red: two lines at the level of the lower handle-attachments, one just below the mouth. Small. A pelike which forms a bridge between this small one ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 23

Upper part preserved. Flaring rim; strap handles. Wheelmarks prominent on neck and inside; the rest of the outside very smooth. Unglazed ... Late 5th c. B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 24

Ring foot. Flaring rim with thickened edge; ring at junction of neck and wall. Strap handles. Glaze worn and peeled ... Late 6th c. B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 25

Ring foot. Rim flanged to receive lid; strap handles. Glaze badly peeled. From the same deposit and workshop, a twin, P 14152, von Bothmer, loc. cit.; similar, P 24173 Q 15:2. For a neck fragment of somewhat ... Late 5th c. B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 26

Lid. Downturned rim thickened slightly at edge. Glaze peeled in parts. Two others quite close are P 16729 and P 16960, both from A-B 21-22:1 ... Mid 5th c. B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 27

Lid. Downturned rim, concave; groove at edge of top. Dipped ... End of 5th c. B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 28

Lid. Four grooves on top. Dipped ... Ca. 375 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 29

Two semicircles missing from either side of the rim. Lid. Flat top rising at the center to a small mound. Downturned rim flares at the lower edge and has a flat resting surface. Unglazed on underside ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 30

Knob missing. Lid. Heavy. Flat top; downturned rim has a rounded moulding at the top. Flat resting surface. Two scraped grooves at base of knob. Reserved; resting surface and inner face of rim ... Late 6th c. B.C.