|Inventory Number:||I 14|
|Description:||Inscribed round base with dedication.|
Mended from two fragments, found on different dates, the smaller one, containing most of the inscription, found first; a chip has been replaced on top of the larger one.
The preserved inscription is nearly complete, but a piece of the curved surface nearly equal in size is missing to its left, besides smaller fragments. Under surface smoothed, upper and lower edges moulded; in the top an evenly picked rectangular socket; smooth surface around this. Curved sides carefully smoothed.
Below a long side of the rectangular socket, but not carefully centered, is the inscription: gives information about constitution; Diktys Epikleidou Eleusinios coropted by his brother the archon Euboulides.
ADDENDA Used as a base. Joined with S 1054.
|Context:||Found in a late wall, east of the south end of the Metroon.|
|Notebook Page:||154, 617|
|Negatives:||Leica, 1-46, 2-299, 2-300|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.285, (socket in top) 0.28; Lett. H. 0.12; D. 0.63; W. (socket in top) 0.37; Th. (socket in top) 0.04|
|Date:||6 June 1931, 28 May 1932|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 2 (1933), p. 150, no. 1.|
|Agora XVIII, no. C35.|
|IG II-III2, no. 2811.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVIII|
Publication: Hesperia 2 (1933)
Notebook Page: Ε-1-86 (pp. 153-154)
Notebook Page: Ε-4-BIS-22 (pp. 617-618)
Card: I 14
Card: I 14