Agora Object: I 279
Inventory Number:   I 279
Section Number:   Θ 19
Title:   Grave Monument Fragment
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Part of an inscribed block.
Top and bottom surfaces preserved; sides and back broken. Bottom rough picked, and partially smoothed with toothed chisel. Top chipped and worn; in it, two sinkings, one rectangular, rough picked, the other round, worn smooth, as if from use as a door socket.
Pentelic marble.
Notes:   Pre-excavation.
Context:   Found in the modern wall of the house 636/24, over the area of the Civic Offices.
Negatives:   Leica, 98-4-19, 98-4-20
Dimensions:   H. 0.215; Lett. H. 0.02-0.012; W. ca. 0.22, (of preserved face) 0.185, (of rectangular sinking) 0.01; Th. 0.27; Diam. (of rectangular sinking) 0.10, (of round sinking) 0.057; D. (of rectangular sinking) 0.06, (of round sinking) 0.015
Chronology:   337/6 B.C.
Date:   1933
Section:   Θ
Grid:   I-J 12
Bibliography:   Hesperia 12 (1943), p. 52.
    Hesperia 3 (1934), p. 43, no. 178.
    Agora XVIII, no. C175, pl. 13.
References:   Publication: Agora XVIII
Publication: Hesperia 3 (1934)
Publication: Hesperia 12 (1943)
Image: 2009.04.0020
Image: 2009.04.0021
Card: I 279