Agora Object: I 4689
Inventory Number:   I 4689
Section Number:   ΙΙ 103
Title:   Marble Fragment: List of Names
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Inscribed fragment of stele.
Inscribed face, back, and top preserved.
Reused as a threshold block.
Substitutes for public services; liturg catalogue; Archonship of Pytheas.
Twenty-seven lines of the inscription preserved.
Pentelic marble.
ADDENDA Belongs to IG II2, no. 1929.
Context:   Found in modern wall southeast of the Market Square, east of the late Roman Fortification.
Negatives:   Leica, VIII-34
Dimensions:   H. ca. 0.56; Lett. H. (line 1) ca. 0.016, (line 2) 0.022, (line 3) 0.011-0.012, (lines 4 ff.) ca. 0.007; W. ca. 0.41; Th. 0.145
Chronology:   380 B.C.
Date:   10 April 1937
Section:   ΙΙ
Grid:   ΙΙ:10/ΚΣΤ
Elevation:   -3.6--2.3m.
Masl:   -3.6--2.3m.
Lot:   Lot ΙΙ 111
Bibliography:   Hesperia 15 (1946), p. 160, no. 17.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 15 (1946)
Image: 2012.50.0736 (VIII-34)
Card: I 4689