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[Agora Object] A 1138: Capital Fragment: Corinthian with Mason's Mark

Fragment preserves part of bottom and start of leaves. Inscribed on bearing surface in letters varying in height: Κ Η Ο Θ C. Pentelic marble. Odeion series. ADDENDA From round free standing column of ... 23 July 1946

[Agora Object] A 1158: Capital

Square base crowned by a simple ovolo. Finished with toothed chisel, top, bottom and sides. Capital (?) of column of Odeion cryptoporticus. Pentelic marble. Found at M/19-11/13 (Fall 2016). Found in burnt ... 15 April 1935

[Agora Object] A 1443: Capital: Corinthian

Small capital, complete except for chips. Dowel in bottom; dowel with pour channel on top of abacus, 0.06m. from edge. A griffin head and two winged rosettes in the center on each face. Pentelic marble ... April 1949

[Agora Object] A 1596: Capital: Ionic

Fragment from volute and resting surface, much battered. Off-white laminated marble, finished with toothed chisel. Note scratch line 0.012m. inside limit of resting surface. Marble. Series as A 1595, from ... May 1950

[Agora Object] A 1615: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Fragment from volute and resting surface, much battered. Finished with toothed chisel. Off-white laminated marble. Cf. series A 1595 (Ι1355), from the Temple of Athena at Sounion. From marble pile near ... 12 May 1950

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[Agora Object] A 2887: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Corner capital, complete except for minor fractures and loss of most of angle volute. Pentelic marble. Built into Late Roman Fortification, opposite S.W. corner of Archaic Temple. Leica, 82-326, 82-327, ... 6 July 1959

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[Agora Object] A 3054: Capital: Ionic

Mended from several pieces; half of one volute missing and chips elsewhere. All surfaces completely plain. Early Christian. Grayish marble. ADDENDA A.E.R says this is an archaic Ionic capital. One such ... May 1960

[Agora Object] A 3352: Capital: Corinthian

Abacus battered and all much worn. Lotus petals spring from a single row of acanthus. Pentelic marble. Marble pile near the Strategeion. Leica ... 6 June 1962