Agora Object: A 1936
Inventory Number:   A 1936
Section Number:   Π 874
Title:   Cornice Fragment with Mason's Mark
Category:   Architecture Misc.
Description:   Top, left side, mutule and via, and front surface preserved, but front surface broken at corner, and at top and bottom.
From a horizontal cornice. A large letter, Κ, on slightly rough top surface. Traces of red on via and on fascia above it; of blue on side of mutule. One half of mutule (other half on other block). Clamp cutting showing two periods of use: a T-clamp (crossbar rather short); a second cutting on the same line, for hook clamp (?).
From Square Peristyle.
Limestone.
Same series as A 172 (Ι 210), A 1372 (ΟΟ 669) and A 1926 (Τ 1097).
Notes:   Agora sample no. 567.
Context:   Pre-war marble dump in cellar of modern house 363a/6 north of Holy Apostles Street.
Negatives:   Leica
PD Number:   PD 1554
Dimensions:   H. (from face of mutule) 0.18; Lett. H. 0.085; P.L. 0.36, (mutule) 0.20; P.Th. 0.40; L. (T-clamp cutting) 0.095, (second cutting) 0.15
Material:   Limestone
Date:   14 February 1952
Section:   Π
Bibliography:   Agora XXVII, no. Arch53, pp. 61, 128, ill. 26.
References:   Publication: Agora XXVII
Monument: Square Peristyle
Drawing: PD 1554 (DA 263)
Image: 1997.12.0251 (88-478)
Card: A 1936
Card: A 1936