Agora Object: B 163
Inventory Number:   B 163
Section Number:   Μ 205
Title:   Fragments of a Statue
Category:   Bronze
Description:   a) Preserves part of the body.
b) Preserves part of the hip.
c) Is a large right hand, the thumb almost entirely preserved, the rest of the fingers broken off.
In the Autumn of 1935, I. Bakoulis, going over the dump of 'skouria' found many pieces of bronze presumably belonging to the same statue. Most of the pieces come from the nude body, but two are from the head showing coarse hair. The largest body fragment and two head fragments are numbered B 163 d, e, and f.
ADDENDA, 2002: Another small hair fragment joins to fragment e, which then joins to fragment f .
Notes:   With these were found a large number of small indistinguishable pieces of bronze.
Context:   Various places in the area, in the burned deposit on the floor of the Burned Building. Odeion destruction debris.
Notebook Page:   322
Negatives:   Leica, XXXIX-12
Dimensions:   H. a) 0.38, b) 0.225; W. a) 0.15, b) 0.21, c) 0.174; Th. a) 0.005, b) ca. 0.005; L. c) 0.275
Date:   10-12 April 1934
Section:   Μ
Grid:   Μ:54-56/ΝΖ-Ξ
Bibliography:   Hesperia 19 (1950), p. 82, pl. 54a.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 19 (1950)
Image: 2012.52.0883 (XXXIX-12)
Image: 1997.10.0207 (XXXIX-12)
Image: 2004.01.1480 (HAT 62-26)
Notebook: ΩΔ-1
Notebook Page: ΩΔ-1-12 (pp. 15-16)
Card: B 163
Card: B 163