Agora Object: I 3299
Inventory Number:   I 3299
Section Number:   ΗΗ 1
Title:   Column Drum
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Inscribed column drum.
The drum is one of a series which have been used in building the wall. Found stands upright in the tower.
Two dowel cuttings in the top. It was uncovered in the earlier excavations here.
Honorary monument.
The inscription begins 0.12m. below the top of the drum.
Nine lines of the inscription preserved.
Hymettian marble.
Context:   Found in the tower of the late Roman Fortification, northwest of the Eleusinion.
Negatives:   Leica, 81-189
Dimensions:   H. 1.775; Lett. H. ca. 0.044; Diam. 0.75-0.795
Date:   17 January 1936
Section:   ΗΗ
Grid:   ΗΗ:27/ΙΔ
Bibliography:   Agora XVIII, no. H345, pl. 33.
    Agora XXIV, p. 129
    IG II2, no. 3504.
Is Similar To:   Agora:Object:IG II2, no. 3504.
References:   Publication: Agora XVIII
Publication: Agora XXIV
Image: 2009.04.0150
Image: 1997.15.0263 (81-189)
Card: I 3299