|Inventory Number:||I 1511|
|Section Number:||Η' 656|
|Description:||The top is somewhat chipped. Only the crowning member of the pedestal is preserved. |
In its top are two sinkings for the feet of a bronze statue. Beneath the plinth proper is a cyma recta above an ovolo moulding, on front and both sides; on the back one large ovolo.
The block has been used as a threshold in its present position, as shown by a socket for a door pivot, cut in its top.
On front face of the plinth is inscribed in crude letters.
|Context:||Built into a wall of a Byzantine Building (room xviii), east of the Stoa of Zeus.|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.27; Lett. H. 0.04-0.055; W. 0.69; Th. 0.64|
|Date:||6 March 1934|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 29 (1960), p. 60, no. 96, pl. 12.|
|Agora XVIII, no. H513.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVIII|
Publication: Hesperia 29 (1960)
Notebook Page: Η'-7-21 (pp. 1213-1214)
Card: I 1511