cf. AgoraV, p. 17, no. F 65, pls. 2, 41 (H. Robinson; late 1st century B.C.?)
cf. Lang1955, p. 277, n. 4, pl. 79:e (inv. no. 14123 dated 1st century A.D.)
Rounded shoulder flares to form relatively wide body. Narrow cylindrical neck tapers upward. Thickened, everted rim has flat lip that extends horizontally inward and round band at exterior base. Strap handle, thin with deep curve to form channel on upper face, attaches at mid-upper neck and shoulder.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Light brown (5YR 6/6), hard, fine fabric with frequent golden micaceous flakes. Surface essentially plain but with light self-slip or wash.
One sherd preserves entire rim, neck, and single handle and small part of shoulder. Scattered patches of marine encrustation. Marine exposure has eroded much of original surface.