Agora Object: I 3868
Inventory Number:   I 3868
Section Number:   Ν 499
Title:   Dedication Fragment
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Fragment of small votive stele with relief and inscription.
Front, back, top and left surfaces preserved.
The back and side rough dressed; the top smooth. Broken at right and at bottom, but the bottom of the relief preserved.
The left half of a small votive stele with two standing figures in low relief at left, facing right: a bearded man, semidraped in an himation, and be, and behind him a woman cloaked and veiled.
Beside them, the inscription; dedication to Zeus Meilichos.
Four lines of the inscription preserved.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Found in late context under the floor of the church of Vlassarou, west of the Odeion.
Negatives:   Leica, 6-186, 94-55-35, 95-8-1
Dimensions:   H. 0.182; Lett. H. 0.008; W. 0.155; Th. 0.045
Chronology:   3rd. century B.C.
Date:   27 March 1936
Section:   Ν
Grid:   Ν:02/ΛΓ
Bibliography:   Mitropoulou (1977), pp. 116-117, no. 7, fig. 50.
    Hesperia 21 (1952), p. 378.
    Hesperia 12 (1943), p. 51, no. 10.
    Agora III, no. 386, p. 124.
    Agora XVIII, no. V625.
References:   Publications (4)
Publication Page: Agora 3, s. 134, p. 124
Publication Page: Agora 3, s. 254, p. 244
Image: 2012.24.0310 (6-186)
Notebook: Ν-5
Notebook Page: Ν-5-90 (pp. 948-949)
Card: I 3868