|Inventory Number:||A 714|
|Section Number:||Ρ 437|
|Title:||Capital Fragment: Ionic|
|Description:||Most of one volute preserved, except for its lower edge.|
A part of a very large Ionic capital, with carefully carved details. Volute has solid center with traces of cement for attaching a rosette. Base of flower, at angle of echinus and volute is a slightly curved line. Outer edge around volute is solid not grooved.
From Stoa of Zeus? Or from large Eta Building? Or from Areopagus group of capitals?
|Context:||From north wall of Byzantine room no. 22.|
|PD Number:||PD 2406, PD 2716|
|Dimensions:||Diam. (of volute) ca. 0.340|
|Date:||31 March 1937|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 65 (1996), pp. 128-129, no. 9, figs. 14, pl. 38.|
|References:||Publication: Hesperia 65 (1996)|
Drawing: PD 2406 (DA 3118)
Drawing: PD 2716 (DA 3162)
Card: A 714