Agora Object: A 1845
Inventory Number:   A 1845
Section Number:   Ρ 619
Title:   Capital Fragments: Doric
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   a) Mended from two pieces. Part of bottom surface preserved with bevel at outside joint; broken inside before relieving band. Broken above just over topmost annulet. Parts of two flutes preserved.
b) The fragment preserves parts of all elements of the bottom surface: square empolion cutting; around this a smooth circular bearing surface; outside this a circular relieving band; then the wide bearing surface with beveled outside edge. Part of the compass-drawn line indicating the circumference of the inner relieving band is preserved. Part of one flute preserved; broken above at topmost annulet.
c) Broken off above ca. 0.08m. above topmost annulet; part of two flutes preserved on bottom, but chipped toward outer face, so that beveled surface is not preserved. The arris does not come to a point, but to a flat surface.
From the Temple of Ares.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Built into south and west walls of Room E 13.
Negatives:   Leica
PD Number:   PD 733, DA 12321
Dimensions:   P.H. a) 0.26, b) 0.203, c) 0.22; Max. Dim. a) (measured on bottom along a diameter) 0.254, b) (on bottom) 0.654; L. b) (preserved side of square empolion cutting) 0.10; D. b) (square empolion cutting) 0.077; Diam. b) (inner bearing surface) 0.186, b) (relieving band) 0.305, b) (estimated of drum measured from inner surface of a flute) ca. 0.799; W. c) (flat surface of arris) 0.001
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   25 May 1951
Section:   Ρ
Grid:   Ρ:32/ΜΑ
Bibliography:   Hesperia 88 (2019), p. 691, n. 129.
    Hesperia 28 (1959), n. 31, pp. 12, 15, 14, figs. 5, 6, pl. 4 e.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 28 (1959)
Publication: Hesperia 88 (2019)
Monument: Temple of Ares
Drawing: PD 773 (DA 4506)
Images (4)
Card: A 1845
Card: A 1845