Agora Object: A 599
Inventory Number:   A 599
Section Number:   Ν' 143
Title:   Anta Capital Fragment: Corinthian
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   Front face: at the bottom five acanthus leaves from which rise stalks to form the volutes. Ornament in center of abacus missing. Front line of abacus concave.
Back face, broken away at the top; on the lower part a projection, which tied into the wall. On either side of this, corner leaves corresponding to those on the front face, with similar smaller leaves next to them.
Pentelic marble.
Notes:   Found at L/6-9/11 (Fall 2016).
Context:   In late Roman wall.
Negatives:   Leica, XXIX-63, XXXIV-11, XXXIV-12, XXXIX-6, XXXIX-5, XXXVIII-49, XXXIV-18, 5-323, HAT 49-84, HAT 49-85
PD Number:   PD 114, PD 726
Dimensions:   H. 1.17; W. (at top) 1.45, (projection) 0.43; Th. (including tie piece) ca. 1.45
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   29 June 1935
Section:   Ν'
Grid:   Ν':25/Ξ
Bibliography:   Knell (2004), p. 101, fig. 110.
    Travlos (1971), fig. 476.
    Hesperia 19 (1950), pl. 30.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 19 (1950)
Report: 1935 ΩΔ
Report Page: 1935 ΩΔ, s. 13
Monument: Odeion
Drawing: PD 114 (DA 4562)
Drawing: PD 114-a (DA 4561)
Drawing: PD 726 (DA 4539)
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