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[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 41

Lid, the top slightly convex; downturned rim sloping inward. Small round knob. Reserved: underneath, outer face of rim, and the knob. Glaze thin and brown in parts ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 42

Lid, the top convex with downturned rim sloping inward. Lozenge-shaped knob. Reserved: underneath outer face of rim, and the knob; a band of added red around the reserved rim ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 43

Lid, the top convex with downturned rim sloping inward. Very small nipple-shaped knob. Reserved underneath ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 44

Lid, the top flat with downturned rim. Small loop handle. Reserved: underneath, and the handle. Inscribed around the top: ΑΡΟΛΟΔΟΠΟ ΕΙΜΙ. A very similar lid is Oxford 1966. 1791: Beazley Gifts 1912-1966, ... 500-480 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 45

Spreading ring foot; shoulder and neck in a continuous curve; torus mouth, flat on top. Added red: two lines on the shoulder, one inside the mouth. Glaze dull and carelessly applied ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 46

Disc foot; flat shoulder. Rim flat on top. Horizontal handles attached for their whole length to the pot ... 480-450 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 47

Rim fragment. Added red line below rim inside. Ostrakon of Hippokrates Alkmeonidou (482 B.C.) ... Ca. 490 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 48

Foot and wall with trace of vertical handle. Elaborately profiled ring foot with concave moulding on inner face. Broad shoulder marked by band of three incised lines ... 425-400 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 49

Foot and wall. Spreading ring foot with concave moulding on inner face. Almost horizontal shoulder ... Ca. 400 B.C.

[Catalog Entry]  Agora XII, no. 50

Neck, handle and mouth. Wide neck, slightly concave; broad projecting rim sloping downwards; low round handle. Raised ridge at junction of neck and shoulder. Possibly non-Attic ... Ca. 400 B.C.