Agora Object: A 4474
Inventory Number:   A 4474
Section Number:   ΡΡ 475
Title:   Pilaster Capital: Corinthian
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   Complete except for chips. Large Corinthian pilaster capital, somewhat crude workmanship and deeply undercut.
Front: two eggs on either side of a dart, surrounded by a palmette, flanked on either side by an acanthus leaf from which spring two curling stalks. Sides repeat scheme, but only half. Dowel hole on top and bottom.
Pentelic marble.
Same series as A 4073. A third capital, of the same series, though much worn, lies in the Roman Agora, just to the N.E. of the Tower of the Winds. Fourth lies west, in section Ι.
Keyword:   Elwira Janus
Context:   From late channel.
Notebook Page:   1413
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   H. 0.455; W. (top) 0.65, (bottom) 0.415; Th. (top) 0.31, (bottom) 0.21
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   2 April 1973
Section:   ΡΡ
Grid:   T/11,12-14/8,9
Bibliography:   Walker (1979), p. 118, figs. 15, 17.
References:   Drawing: PD 2203 (DA 357)
Card: A 4474
Card: A 4474