Agora Object: A 707
Inventory Number:   A 707
Section Number:   ΚΚ 1115
Title:   Working Chips from Column
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   Two fragments, each preserving part of the periphery and a rough-picked end.
Of a) the edge has been beveled, and both beveled edge and periphery have been worked with a toothed chisel.
On the periphery of b) is scratched a line down to which the drum had been originally worked.
Their provenance, dimensions and workmanship suggest their association with the Hephaisteion.
Context:   Marble Chips Pit.
Notebook Page:   117, 1616 ff.
Negatives:   Leica, XX-21
Dimensions:   Diam. (column) ca. 0.94; Max. Dim. a) 0.22, b) 0.16
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   13 March 1937
Section:   ΚΚ
Grid:   ΚΚ:4-6/ΞΗ
Deposit:   C 9:6
Bibliography:   Hesperia Suppl. 5 (1941), p. 129, fig. 56.1.
References:   Publication: Hesperia Suppl. 5 (1941)
Monument: Temple of Hephaistos
Image: 2012.51.0450 (XX-21)
Deposit: C 9:6
Notebook: ΚΚ-1
Notebook: ΚΚ-3
Notebook: ΚΚ-9
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-3-30 (pp. 449-450)
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-9-14 (pp. 1617-1618)
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-9-24 (pp. 1637-1638)
Card: A 707