|Inventory Number:||I 1936|
|Section Number:||ΑΡ 50|
The basis has been reworked, probably as an altar, with well-worked mouldings on two sides and front where a cross has also been cut.
Two holes have been hacked in the front, and the arms of the cross broken. The ancient back, modern bottom, is rough picked; the ancient bottom, modern back, is broken away. The upper part of the ancient front is irregularly rough picked, but no letters seem to have been destroyed.
Three lines of the inscription preserved, with traces of a fourth below.
|Context:||Found tumbled in against a worn nose of rock just west of the west wall of the narthex of the church of St. Dionysios the Areopagite.|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.70; Lett. H. 0.04; W. 0.665; Th. 0.455|
|Date:||3 May 1934|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 33 (1964), p. 226, no. 74, pl. 37.|
|Agora XVIII, no. H390.|
|IG II2, no. 4004.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVIII|
Publication: Hesperia 33 (1964)
Card: I 1936