Agora Object: A 1720
Inventory Number:   A 1720
Section Number:   Σ 2175
Title:   Wall Block Fragment
Category:   Architecture Poros
Description:   Front and bottom finished with fine-toothed chisel, the side roughly, with broad chisel, the surface curving out from vertical towards bottom, as if to fit around something. Three small holes in front for attachment nails: two set 0.031m. and 0.037m. up from bottom, and 0.115m. apart; other 0.12m. from bottom and 0.15m. from left side. At 0.10m. from left side, and 0.13m. from bottom, a rectangular cutting at break.
Stoa Poikile series.
Context:   Late Roman Wall west of Stoa of Attalos.
Notebook Page:   4089
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.205; P.L. 0.18; P.Th. 0.11; Diam. (nail hole a) 0.003, (nail hole b) 0.004, (nail hole c) 0.005; D. (cutting) 0.035; W. (cutting) 0.025; L. (cutting) 0.07
Material:   Poros
Date:   April 1949
Section:   Σ
Bibliography:   Hesperia 39 (1970), p. 262, pl. 65.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 39 (1970)
Monument: Stoa Poikile
Image: 1997.01.0250 (Leica A 1711 Leica A 1719 Leica A 1712 Leica A 1720 Leica A 1721)
Card: A 1720