Agora Object: T 435
Inventory Number:   T 435
Section Number:   Η' 209
Title:   Relief Plaque Fragment
Category:   Terracotta
Description:   Male figure riding to left.
None of the original surface is preserved. The head of the figure and the lower part of his body except for his left knee are missing.
Preserved: his left, raised arm, his torso either clothed in a tucked cloak or provided with drooping wings, his left knee, and the mane of the animal he is riding (a lion ?).
Thin red glaze on inside and out. A small hole to the right of the waist of the figure is glazed, and may have been a filling or an air hole.
Red clay.
The fragment may have formed, possibly, part of a lamp.
Context:   Burning.
Negatives:   Leica, LXIX-16
Dimensions:   Max. Dim. 0.06
Date:   27 April 1933
Section:   Η'
Grid:   Η':7/ΝΑ
Deposit:   H-I 7-8:1
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Agora VI, p. 78, pl. 28, no. 1013.
References:   Publication: Agora VI
Publication Page: Agora 6, s. 104, p. 92
Image: 2012.54.0515 (LXIX-16)
Deposit: H-I 7-8:1
Notebook: Η'-3
Notebook Page: Η'-3-42 (pp. 467-468)
Card: T 435