|Inventory Number:||I 103|
|Section Number:||Δ 13|
Small parts of two finished faces are preserved. If projected these would meet in acute angle.
The smaller, ca. 0.115X0.085m. has remains of four lines of an inscription.
The larger, ca. 0.24X0.19, has a slightly concave surface on which are remains of crude incised decoration, at left edge, spiral tendrils, at right, part of a wreath (?).
Inscribed block re-used (?).
Transferred to the Epigraphical Museum on 6th. December 1935.
|Context:||Found in the wall of the modern house 632/14B, west of the Middle Stoa.|
|Negatives:||Leica, 6-109, 6-114, 6-111, 6-113, 6-110, 6-112|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.23; Lett. H. 0.019; W. 0.24; L. 0.41|
|Bibliography:||ZPE 85 (1991), pp. 145-165.|
|Hesperia 5 (1936), pp. 91.|
|Agora XVIII, nos. C187, C122, V576, H377.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVIII|
Publication: Hesperia 5 (1936)
Notebook Page: Δ-1-15 (pp. 21-22)
Card: I 103