|Inventory Number:||I 119|
|Section Number:||Ε 37|
|Title:||Grave Relief Fragment|
|Description:||Upper part of inscribed grave relief.|
Mended from two fragments found on different dates.
The smaller left piece was found first; the two fragments do not meet along front edge; may have been cut apart.
The damaged top of the stele was roughly pedimental with side finials and rounded center; upper surface picked. The sides are finished with a toothed chisel, the back rough picked.
Along the lower edge is preserved the top of a relief: bearded man faces left towards a horse and rider (?) in broad-brimmed hat; above these heads a projecting band, inscribed.
|Notes:||(Ε 37) I-J 8|
(Ε 132) J 9
|Context:||(Ε 37), found in modern wall of the house 631/26, northeast of Metroon.|
(Ε 132), found in modern wall of the house 631/17, east of Metroon.
|Dimensions:||H. 0.37; Lett. H. 0.015; W. 0.42; Th. 0.108|
|Chronology:||4th. century B.C.|
|Date:||(Ε 37) 30 January 1932|
(Ε 132) 23 February 1932
|Bibliography:||Clairmont (1993), no. 2.338.|
|Hesperia 3 (1934), p. 82, no. 92.|
|Agora XVII, no. 183, p. 59.|
|Agora XXXV, no. 135, pl. 38.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVII|
Publication: Hesperia 3 (1934)
Image: 2008.16.0046 (2-377)
Image: 2012.21.0145 (2-377)
Notebook Page: Ε-1-BIS-22 (pp. 35-36)
Notebook Page: Ε-1-BIS-107
Notebook Page: Ε-2-BIS-10 (pp. 205-206)
Card: I 119
Card: I 119