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[Agora Object] A 170: Antefix

Dimensions fully preserved; lower corners and a few chips missing. At the bottom of the back surface are two triangular cuttings apparently for fitting to the roof tile. In low relief: petaled palmette ... 5 April 1933

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[Agora Object] A 183: Antefix Fragment

Complete width and thickness preserved; top broken away. Seven-petaled palmette rising from acanthus. At the lower corners of the back, two triangular cuttings, apparently for fitting to the roof tile, ... 1933

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[Agora Object] A 278: Architrave Fragment: Ionic

One end preserved, with anathyrosis. Top, back and other end broken away. Bottom surface and triple fasciae worked with a toothed chisel into a smooth drafted edge on top and bottom of fasciae surfaces ... 23 January 1934

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[Agora Object] A 308: Cornice Fragment

With dentils. One end, which bears anathyrosis, and bottom partly preserved. Other end picked and broken. Evidence of a lewis hole on top. Very poor workmanship. From the Odeion, Main Order. Hymettian ... 2 April 1934

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[Agora Object] A 326: Architrave Block with Fasciae

Top and one end broken away. Anathyrosis on preserved end. The fasciae picked with a toothed chisel save for slight drafting on edges. From the Odeion. Pentelic marble. Cf. A 278, A 1162 and A 1382. Found ... 11 April 1934

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[Agora Object] A 415: Roof Tile: Stamped

The lowest part of a large flat tegula; both sides and end preserved. Made of fine buff clay containing a few large particles of grit. Lightly stamped on its upper surface, the letters sunken; the stamp ... 1931

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[Agora Object] A 471: Capital: Corinthian

Parts of smooth picked upper and lower surfaces preserved, but all edges broken. Short acanthus leaves, parts of four preserved (probably originally eight), rise to ca. one half of the capital. From and ... 28 February 1935

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[Agora Object] A 472: Roof Tile

Broken across into two pieces. Minor fractures, otherwise intact. Across one end a rounded raised ridge. No corresponding groove on bottom. Surface finished on all sides. Cf. A 473 (Ο 292). Assigned to ... 28 February 1935