Agora Object: I 5408
Inventory Number:   I 5408
Section Number:   ΟΑ 260
    ΖΖ 42
Title:   Monument Fragments
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Inscribed fragments of base. From a circular monument.
Fragment ΟΑ 260 a), inscribed face only preserved.
Above the smooth dressed inscribed band, the stone is pick-dressed. Below, the face makes an oblique angle with the inscribed band.
Part of the signature of Kritias and Nesiotes.
Two letters remain.
Fragment ΖΖ 42 b), a small part of the bottom surface preserved (?). Two faces, meeting at an oblique angle. The upper face is inscribed on a smooth band along its lower edge; above, the surface is neatly and smoothly picked.
One line of the inscription preserved, with two letters.
Pentelic marble.
ADDENDA These fragments belong with IG II2, no. 533 (Lolling-Wolters no. 80), in the Epigraphical Museum. Taken to the museum by Miss L.H. Jeffrey, April 1947, fragment a) was found to join to the right of the museum piece; while fragment b) belongs a little to the left of it.
Permanently transferred to the Epigraphical Museum on October 1980.
Notes:   b) (ΖΖ 42) 75/ΛΖ
b) (ΖΖ 42) Q 23
Context:   a) (ΟΑ 260), found in surface fill, on the north slope of the Acropolis.
b) (ΖΖ 42), found below late Roman level in a wall trench southeast of the Market Square, west of the late Roman Fortification.
Negatives:   Leica, XXVII-93
Dimensions:   H. a) 0.09, b) 0.095, (of lower face) 0.057; Lett. H. a) 0.009, b) 0.011; W. a) 0.14, b) 0.145; Th. a) 0.04, b) 0.07
Date:   a) (ΟΑ 260) 20 April 1938
b) (ΖΖ 42) 5 April 1939
Section:   ΟΑ
Grid:   ΖΖ:75/ΛΖ
    Q 23
Period:   Archaic
Bibliography:   Raubitschek (1949), p. 418, no. 161a.
    Agora XVIII, no. A22, pl. 2.
References:   Publication: Agora XVIII
Publication: Raubitschek (1949)
Publication Page: Agora 11, s. 205, p. 186
Image: 2010.08.0073 (Leica I 5408)
Image: 2010.08.0074 (Leica I 5408)
Image: 2012.51.1265 (XXVII-93)
Card: I 5408
Card: I 5408