|Inventory Number:||I 289|
|Section Number:||Θ 31|
|Description:||Inscribed fragment of relief.|
Back surface much broken, but thickeness apparently preserved.
The fragment is separated into two parts by a horizontal moulding, consisting of a flattened ovolo and a taenia.
The fragmentary inscription is on this last.
Above, a satyr (head and shoulders missing) is seated on a rock covered by a goat skin. He faces left, playing the pipes. In front of him a blazing fire rises from the ground.
Below, little remains save a fish, leaping to inscription, from beside a tower-like object, the latter in very low relief. To the left, two indistinguishable breaks, one toward the center, the other at the left edge on the piece.
ADDENDA Joins with I 1759.
|Context:||Found in the modern wall of the house 636/27, west of the southern part of the Odeion.|
|Negatives:||Leica, 98-4-15, 98-4-16, 98-4-18|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.355; Lett. H. 0.009; W. 0.33; Th. (at taenia) 0.14|
|Chronology:||4th. century B.C.|
|Bibliography:||Hesperia 15 (1946), p. 176, no. 23.|
|Agora XVIII, no. V622 b, pl. 62.|
|References:||Publication: Agora XVIII|
Publication: Hesperia 15 (1946)
Card: I 289