|Inventory Number:||I 1182|
|Section Number:||Λ 43|
Broken on all but two faces. These have what seem to be independent inscriptions, the longer of which is almost illegible.
Treasure record; for Athena and the other Gods.
The other inscription is in large, careless letters.
Grayish-white marble; Hymettian (?).
ADDENDA Joins with IG II2, no. 1395c.
|Context:||Found in the wall of the modern house 636a/12, south of the central part of the Middle Stoa.|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.165; Lett. H. (face A) 0.047, (face B) 0.007; W. 0.197; Th. 0.077|
|Chronology:||Early 4th. century B.C.|
|Date:||9 January 1934|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 5 (1936), p. 389, no. 8.|
|References:||Publication: Hesperia 5 (1936)|
Image: 2008.16.0486 (III-65)
Image: 2012.50.0267 (III-65)
Card: I 1182