|Inventory Number:||B 1254|
|Section Number:||Κ 3528|
|Description:||Thirty-eight flans or planchets, very irregular in shape and also in thickness.|
Some are pierced with oblong, crescent shaped or round holes; others have gouges which do not pierce the planchets. Others are plain.
The surfaces of most speciments are striated, some are smooth or striated, some are smooth or striated on one side, irregular and "unfinished" on the other.
Cf. detailed report by G. Miles, September 1960, in excavation report file.
|Notes:||The thickness of the flans varies from 0.001-0.008.|
|Context:||Pit in S.W. corner of peristyle of Heliaia. Found with four Athenian Imperial coins.|
|Date:||5 September 1960|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 70 (2001), p. 160, note 43|
|Agora XXVI, p. 295, pl. 33.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XXVI|
Publication: Hesperia 70 (2001)
Image: 2004.01.1726 (HAT 60-150)
Image: 2004.01.1669 (HAT 60-149)
Deposit: I 15:3
Notebook Pages (5)
Card: B 1254