Agora Object: I 3900
Inventory Number:   I 3900
Section Number:   ΗΗ 151
Title:   Grave Monument Fragment
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Fragment of inscribed relief.
Face, top, and back preserved.
Of the relief, two heads are partly preserved; at the left, a bearded man, draped, much battered, facing half right. Across his shoulders an arm was thrown, the hand resting on his right shoulder. This must belong to the woman who faces him at the right, her face broken away.
The inscription (two lines) is on the fascia above, and above this, in turn, are plain antefixes in shallow relief.
Hymettian marble.
Context:   Found in a wall of the church of Christ, north of the Eleusinion.
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   H. 0.194; Lett. H. (line 1) 0.012-0.014, (line 2) ca. 0.012; W. 0.231; Th. 0.07
Date:   30 March 1936
Section:   ΗΗ
Grid:   T 17
Bibliography:   Agora XVII, no. 119, p. 49, pl. 3.
    Agora XXXV, no. 287, pl. 93.
References:   Publication: Agora XVII
Publication: Agora XXXV
Image: 2011.05.0038
Card: I 3900