[Agora Object] A 1749: Wall Fragments with Mason's Mark

Fragment a), a big block, preserves part of the dressed face, the top and one end; fragment b), a chip, preserves part of the face and end. On both, on the end 0.037m. from edge, a channel, parallel with ... 11 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1750: Ceiling Block Fragment

One corner of block, with part of ceiling coffer preserved. From Roman repairs of the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Layer IV of road between Gymnasium and Byzantine Houses. 1063 Leica ... 11 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1770: Column Fragment

Fragment of an unfluted column with a simple torus molding at the bottom. Part of dowel hole at center of bottom preserved. Broken above and at both sides, but nearly the full diameter of the shaft is ... 14 April 1951

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[Agora Object] A 1773: Column Drum Fragment: Doric

Small piece from top of top drum. Relieving surface. Flutes beginning to curve slightly outward at top. Two flutes and one arris preserved. Temple of Ares series. Pentelic marble. In demolition of north ... 16 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1776: Wall Block Fragment

Small fragment preserving a little of face and of joint surface. Channel for lead in joint, 0.038m. in from outer face. Temple of Ares series. Pentelic marble. Recovered from stones used to fill up foundations ... 20 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1778: Antefix Fragment

Broken at bottom and back, on left, and at tip. At right projection, ca. 0.035m. beyond palmette, ending in finished surface. Roman cement clinging to surface shows double reuse. Palmette antefix carved ... 23 April 1951

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[Agora Object] A 1779: Epikranitis Fragment

A little of under surface, and some of face preserved, with a trace of the start of the molding above. From the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Cf. epikranitis of the Temple of Hephaistos, H. 0.207m ... 3 May 1951

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[Agora Object] A 1812: Epikranitis Block Fragments

Six fragments, non joining, but believed to come from the same block. a) Fragment of right end, broken along left side and back. Hawk's beak on front projects 0.028m. In the higher back part is a clamp ... 9 May 1951