|Inventory Number:||I 1024|
|Section Number:||Ζ 775|
|Title:||Prytany Decree Fragment|
|Description:||Lower part of inscribed stele; with base.|
The stele is broken away at the top. It is leaded into a heavy rectangular base, of limestone, whose bottom is a plance which slopes upward toward the spectator's right.
The base is roughly dressed on all its faces; the stele is dressed with a toothed chisel on the sides; rough picked behind. Much lead is visible at the joint.
Seventeen lines of the inscription preserved.
|Context:||Found at a late Roman level, on east side of the Great Drain, opposite the southeast corner of the Metroon.|
|Negatives:||Leica, 3-291, 6-60, color slide|
|Dimensions:||H. (of stele above base) 0.71, (of base at left) 0.285, (of base at right) 0.22; Lett. H. 0.005-0.006; W. 0.55, (at bottom) 0.425; Th. 0.138, (of side at bottom) 0.118; D. 0.39|
|Chronology:||260/59 (?) B.C.|
|Date:||26 June 1933|
|Bibliography:||Museum Guide (2014), p. 62.|
|Shear (1994), p. 241, no. 70.|
|Hesperia 57 (1988), pp. 305, 307.|
|Guide (1976), p. 202.|
|Guide (1962), pp. 131-132.|
|Hesperia Suppl. 1 (1937), p. 43, no. 9.|
|Hesperia 4 (1935), p. 474.|
Report: 1934 Β
Report Page: 1934 Β, s. 34
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Card: I 1024
Card: I 1024