[Agora Object] A 41: Fragments of Kithara of Apollo Patroos

Five fragments. The larger fragment, c), is broken at both ends, as is the scroll underneath. Part of the finished top is preserved. It is flattened and well dressed at the back. The front has a raised ... 17 June 1931, 3 July 1931


[Agora Object] A 44: Cornice Block: Doric

Anathyrosis band preserved at both ends, rough-picked in back, which is cut away apparently for lightening (?). Bottom resting surface smooth finished; top rough-picked, smoother on sloping portion over ... 2 July 1931

[Agora Object] A 45: Cornice Block: Doric

Both ends of the block preserved, with anathyrosis band, the lower resting surface remains to a thickness of 0.14m.; the profile under the corona is preserved, and the start of the corona, with two mutules ... 2 July 1931


[Agora Object] A 49: Cornice Block: Doric

Cornice block from inside corner. Preserved in all dimensions; two sides with anathyrosis at right angles to each other; on the two sides without anathyrosis the stone is cut away, perhaps for lightening, ... 14 July 1931

[Agora Object] I 44: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed small fragment of grave monument. The top surface meets the face in a beveled edge; other sides broken. Traces of red in the letters. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Belongs to I 47. Found at a late ... Late 6th. century B.C.


[Agora Object] I 47: Dedication Fragment

Fragment of dedicatory base of a grave monument. Lower edge and surface preserved; other edges broken. Space between lines 0.065m. Pentelic marble. Early Attic. ADDENDA Joins with I 44. Found at a late ... 5th. century B.C.


[Agora Object] I 48: Marble Fragment

Wedge-shaped fragment inscribed on both faces. Circular bit of upper surface preserved, joining face (b); other edge broken. Pentelic marble. Finished Found in a modern wall, in the north part or northwest ... 2 July 1931


[Agora Object] I 53: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment from the right side of a block. Right edge and original thickeness preserved; other edges broken; face roughly dressed; back has been rough picked, but is probably not original. Pentelic ... 6 July 1931