Agora Object: I 1033
Inventory Number:   I 1033
Section Number:   Ζ 809
Title:   Dedication Fragment
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Fragment from top of inscribed stele.
Broken at bottom and both sides; the rough picked back remains, and the top, dressed with toothed chisel, with a narrow smoothed band along the front.
On the face, below a crowning moulding, is a faintly raised fascia, on which are the first two lines of the inscription.
Mentions an assistant secretary, a herald, and hoplite generals.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Found in late fill, 15.00m. to east of the Propylon to the New Bouleuterion.
Negatives:   Leica, XXVII-43
Dimensions:   H. 0.311; Lett. H. 0.008-0.006; W. 0.346; Th. 0.098
Material:   Marble
Chronology:   2nd. century B.C.
Date:   1 July 1933
Section:   Ζ
Grid:   Ζ:70/Κ
Bibliography:   Tracy (1990), pp. 75-79, 263.
    Hesperia 16 (1947), pp. 161-162, no. 59.
    Agora III, no. 581, p. 177.
    Agora XVIII, no. C169.
References:   Publication: Agora III
Publication: Agora XVIII
Publication: Hesperia 16 (1947)
Publication Page: Agora 3, s. 187, p. 177
Publication Page: Agora 3, s. 254, p. 244
Image: 2008.16.0675 (XXVII-43)
Image: 2012.51.1207 (XXVII-43)
Notebook: Ζ-6
Notebook Page: Ζ-6-77 (pp. 1121-1122)
Card: I 1033