|Inventory Number:||A 4501|
|Section Number:||ΡΡ' 373|
|Description:||Complete except for chips. Mended from six pieces. Plain shaft, without flutes, Ionic rather than Corinthian because of presumed association with capital formed in area (A 4434 and A 4435). On either side, vertical cuttings apparently intended to receive a parapet. Surface somewhat weathered. Trace of ancient repair, a Π-clamp in one of parapet cuttings.|
Thought to be from second story of street stoa.
Blue Hymettian marble.
|Context:||Found broken up and reused as cover slabs for drain under N.-S. street.|
|Dimensions:||H. 2.20, (cuttings) ca. 0.69; Diam. (top) 0.278, (bottom) 0.32; W. (cuttings) ca. 0.095|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 44 (1975), p. 341, n. 31.|
|References:||Publication: Hesperia 44 (1975)|
Drawing: PD 2237 (DA 365)
Card: A 4501