Agora Object: I 769
Inventory Number:   I 769
Section Number:   Η 284
Title:   Block Fragments: Honorary Prytany List
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Part of large inscribed block.
Two fragments; the smaller, which joins, comes from the uniscribed back.
Back rough picked; top picked fine, with a smooth dressed band along front and right side; right side much chipped and worn, but in part preserved; left side and bottom broken.
On the top, next the break at the left, lenghwise of the stone and equidistant from front and back, is a narrow lewis cutting.
Eight lines of the inscription preserved.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Found in modern foundations, south of the Temple of Ares.
Negatives:   Leica, 5-35
Dimensions:   H. 0.67; Lett. H. (line 1) 0.025, (lines 2-7) 0.015-0.018; W. 0.44, (of cutting) 0.02; Th. 0.32; L. (of cutting) 0.11; D. (of cutting) 0.10
Material:   Marble
Chronology:   Ca. 200 A.D.
Date:   2 May 1933
Section:   Η
Grid:   Η:14/ΙΒ
Bibliography:   Hesperia 11 (1942), p. 64, no. 30.
    Agora XV, no. 452, p. 316.
References:   Publication: Agora XV
Publication: Hesperia 11 (1942)
Publication Page: Agora 15, s. 328, p. 316
Publication Page: Agora 15, s. 496, p. 484
Image: 2008.16.0170 (5-35)
Image: 2012.23.0194 (5-35)
Notebook: Η-4
Notebook Page: Η-4-38 (pp. 644-645)
Card: I 769