|Inventory Number:||A 756|
|Section Number:||Ζ 1205|
|Description:||The start of the shaft, as also two sides of the abacus, with part of the echinus, had been cut away in antiquity. Wear from traffic had subsequently occurred on these cut surfaces.|
Profile of echinus flaring and almost straight.
Soft yellow coarsely veined poros; no stucco remains.
|Notes:||Not found on shelf Dec. 2004.|
|Context:||Tholos Trench C, IV Layer, ca. 1.50m. south of Propylon of Bouleuterion. Context of second half of 6th century B.C.|
|Dimensions:||P.H. 0.254; P.W. 0.635; H. (abacus) 0.122|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 62 (1993), p. 423, n. 99.|
|References:||Publication: Hesperia 62 (1993)|
Deposit: G-I 11-12
Deposit: H 10-11:1
Notebook Pages (4)
Card: A 756