|Inventory Number:||I 2819|
|Section Number:||Ξ 437|
|Description:||Inscribed columnar grave monument; loutrophoros or lekythos (?).|
The full diameter is preserved. The present top and bottom both rough picked, and in the latter a hole has been cut. The top may be original, the bottom not.
There are three standing figures in low relief. At left, a draped figure in profile to right. In the center, a figure with head missing, apparently leaning on the tomb stone and stretching his right hand across to the third figure, who stands in profile to the left.
The inscription is at the level of the heads, starting to the left of the left figure.
|Context:||Found in marble dump, in the area of the northeastern part of the Odeion.|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.375; Lett. H. ca. 0.01; Diam. 0.265|
|Chronology:||Before 350 B.C.|
|Date:||23 April 1935|
|Bibliography:||Agora XVII, no. 931, p. 165, pl. 75.|
|Agora XXXV, no. 175, pl. 155.|
|IG II2, no. 12278.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVII|
Card: I 2819