Agora Object: A 1724
Inventory Number:   A 1724
Section Number:   Σ 2179
Title:   Wall Block Fragment
Category:   Architecture Poros
Description:   Tiny portion of bottom and front preserved, broken on all other sides. Tooth chisel smooth finish.
Three nail holes in vertical row, the first one 0.13m. from bottom, the next 0.05m. above it, and the third 0.032 above the second. At 0.095m. to left of central hole, an iron nail still in hole. A small hole 0.065m. from bottom, not quiet in line with the three larger holes.
Stoa Poikile series.
Context:   Late Roman Wall west of Stoa of Attalos.
Notebook Page:   4089
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.45; P.L. 0.46; P.Th. 0.285; Diam. (nail holes in vertical row) 0.008, (iron nail still in hole) 0.01, (small hole) 0.004; D. (first hole in vertical row), 0.055, (second hole in vertical row) 0.05, (third hole in vertical row) 0.045, (iron nail still in hole) 0.055
Material:   Poros
Date:   April 1949
Section:   Σ
Bibliography:   Hesperia 39 (1970), pp. 262, 263
References:   Publication: Hesperia 39 (1970)
Monument: Stoa Poikile
Image: 1997.01.0256 (Leica A 1722 Leica A 1723 Leica A 1724 Leica A 1725 Leica A 1726)
Card: A 1724