Agora Object: A 1372
Inventory Number:   A 1372
Section Number:   ΟΟ 669
Title:   Cornice Fragment: Doric
Category:   Architecture Misc.
Description:   Broken at back and sides; edges of molding broken away. Top much worn: tramped on in some reuse. One original edge of mutule preserved, and approximately full depth, with three row of guttae, of which four are preserved in front row.
Mutule: from outer edges of guttae.
Light gray to pinkish limestone, full of holes; closely resembling the stone used in the Fountain House.
ADDENDA From Square Peristyle = South Stoa II.
Context:   Byzantine wall.
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   H. 0.22, (guttae) 0.02; P.L. 0.31; P.Th. 0.27; W. (mutule) 0.19; L. (mutule) ca. 0.404; Diam. (guttae) 0.043
Material:   Limestone
Date:   22 April 1948
Section:   ΟΟ
Grid:   ΟΟ:67/ΙΕ
Elevation:   62.026-55.4m.
Masl:   55.4-62.026m.
Deposit:   D 16:13
Bibliography:   Hesperia 18 (1949), p. 214.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 18 (1949)
Report: 1949 ΟΟ
Report Page: 1949 ΟΟ, s. 26
Monument: South Stoa II
Monument: Square Peristyle
Image: 1997.12.0191 (Leica A 1372)
Notebook: ΟΟ-8
Notebook: ΟΟ-9
Notebook Page: ΟΟ-8-63 (pp. 1516-1517)
Notebook Page: ΟΟ-9-58 (pp. 1706-1707)
Card: A 1372