Agora Object: A 1094
Inventory Number:   A 1094
Section Number:   ΚΚ 1249
Title:   Sima Fragment
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   Fragment of flank sima, broken away at right end, and broken off close behind.
Cyma reversa profile with half round at top edge. A half-housing joint at the left end with a tongue. Traces of a palmette and lily design on curved part of face (spacing 0.134m.), and of maeander on lower face.
Pentelic marble.
Cf. A 1095 (ΚΚ 1250).
ADDENDA Apparently this is the piece seen and drawn by Penrose.
Context:   Found in interior of Temple of Hephaistos, to which building it probably belongs.
Negatives:   Leica, XX-97, XXI-8, 87-543
Dimensions:   H. 0.229; P.L. 0.53; L. (tongue) 0.04
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   8 June 1939
Section:   ΚΚ
Grid:   D-F 7-8
Bibliography:   Camp (2007), p. 59, fig. 72.
    AJA 80 (1976), pp. 235, 240, 244, 245, pls. 39, 40.
    Hesperia Suppl. 5 (1941), p. 110, figs. 41, 42, 43.
    Hesperia 9 (1940), p. 35.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:A 1095
References:   Publication: Hesperia 9 (1940)
Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 5 (1941)
Monument: Temple of Hephaistos
Drawing: PD 2280 (DA 4282)
Drawing: PD 2280 (DA 4283)
Images (7)
Notebook: ΚΚ-11
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-11-60 (pp. 2211-2212)
Card: A 1094