Agora Object: B 411
Inventory Number:   B 411
Section Number:   Υ 243
Title:   Plaque
Category:   Bronze
Description:   Mended from two pieces, soldered together, with three strips of bronze at back. One corner ornament missing. Bottom rough, but perhaps original.
Pediment-topped plaque, tapering sharply toward bottom. Three-leaved antefixial ornament at top; single leaf at lower angles of pediment, each with a rosette; the leaves marked with incised herringbone. Incised herringbone border, raised above surface, around sides, except bottom, and across bottom of pediment.
In each angle of the pediment, an incised star; in center, in high relief, a crescent moon; resting upon it, in lower relief, a draped bust, facing.
Plaque below, plain, save for a large pine cone in high relief at the bottom.
Very coarse work.
Context:   Well.
Negatives:   Leica, 7-361
Dimensions:   H. 0.254; W. (bottom of pediment) 0.113
Date:   18 March 1937
Section:   Υ
Grid:   Υ:9/Ξ
Elevation:   -13.55--13.55m.
Masl:   -13.55m.
Deposit:   J 18:2
Bibliography:   Berytus 15 (1964), pl. II.
    Agora VII, p. 132, noted.
References:   Publication: Agora VII
Publication Page: Agora 7, s. 148, p. 132
Images (5)
Deposit: J 18:2
Notebook: Υ-2
Notebook: Υ-4
Notebook Page: Υ-2-79 (pp. 349-350)
Notebook Page: Υ-4-18 (pp. 625-626)
Card: B 411
Card: B 411