Agora Object: I 4529
Inventory Number:   I 4529
Section Number:   ΙΙ 40
Title:   Grave Monument Fragment
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Inscribed fragment of grave relief.
Upper left corner of a flat-topped relief.
Preserved is upper part of a woman's head, broken off below the eyes. Head is tilted, and partly facing, to left. She wears a diadem above which her hair is a tumbled mass.
Inscribed on a flat fascia above the relief.
One line of the inscription preserved.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Found in the wall of the modern house 650b/15 east of the Panathenaic Way, southeast of the Market Square.
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   H. 0.191; Lett. H. ca. 0.02; W. 0.26; Th. 0.07
Chronology:   3rd. century B.C.
Date:   24 February 1937
Section:   ΙΙ
Grid:   T 22-23
Bibliography:   Hesperia 23 (1954), p. 275, no. 130, pl. 58.
    Agora XVII, no. 709, p. 135.
    Agora XXXV, no. 108, pl. 31.
References:   Publication: Agora XVII
Publication: Agora XXXV
Publication: Hesperia 23 (1954)
Publication Page: Agora 17, s. 147, p. 135
Publication Page: Agora 17, s. 216, p. 204
Image: 2011.05.0048
Card: I 4529