Agora Object: A 1010
Inventory Number:   A 1010
Section Number:   Β 2086
Title:   Cover Tile Fragment
Category:   Architecture Terracotta
Description:   A fragment from the lower end of the tile, preserving the full width; convex tile of the Laconian type.
Pale yellow clay; fugitive brown glaze on outside.
From the same series as A 428 (B 966), A 429 (B 967), A 432 (B 1076), A 433 (B 1077), A 597 (B1613) and A 598 (B 1614), i.e. from the series inscribed ΔΗΜΟΣΙΟΝ, and marked by smoke holes.
They probably come from the kitchen of the Tholos, as rebuilt in the early fourth century and damaged at the end of the fourth century.
Context:   Removed from dump of well.
Notebook Page:   1093 ff.
Negatives:   Leica, IX-16
Dimensions:   W. 0.233; P.L. 0.18
Material:   Terracotta
Date:   23 March 1939
Section:   Β
Grid:   Β:15/ΛΔ
Bibliography:   Hesperia Suppl. 4 (1940), p. 81, fig. 61.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 4 (1940)
Monument: Tholos
Image: 2012.50.0818 (IX-16)
Image: 1997.04.0135 (IX-16)
Notebooks (4)
Notebook Pages (5)
Card: A 1010
Card: A 1010