[Agora Object] A 3856: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Corner of abacus and one volute of an Ionic capital. The bottom of the volute cut down and smoothed, with some pick marks visible. Chisel marks visible throughout. Pentelic marble. Well. 2541 Leica ... 7 August 1970

[Agora Object] A 3858: Capital

Edges of abacus broken away on two sides. Plain low square abacus. Round echinus decorated with two rows of four triangular leaves each, done in low relief. Small round dowel hole at bottom. Crystalline ... 4 August 1970

[Agora Object] A 3861: Capital

Intact, perhaps not finished. Rough-picked with point above and below. Claw between. Square abacus, round echinus. Same as A 3859 (?). Unfinished version of A 3858 (?). Crystalline blue marble. On floor ... 28 July 1970

[Agora Object] A 3862: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Broken all around. Part of abacus and one volute preserved. Upper corner of plain Ionic capital. Somewhat crude workmanship. Chisel marks visible. Bluish Hymettian marble. Upper fill of Apse. Room 3, Roman ... 25 July 1970

[Agora Object] A 3863: Base

Over half preserved. Rough-picked at edge. Double upper torus, almost vertical scotia, low lower torus, and vertical plinth. Asymmetrical. Originally engaged? Pentelic marble. Room 4, Roman House H, Layer ... 12 August 1970


[Agora Object] A 3869: Sigma Table

About one half preserved, mended. Horseshoe shaped slab, smooth on bottom, with a broad raised surface around the edge on top into which are sunk depressions also of horseshoe shape, the rounded side pointing ... 15 July 1970

[Agora Object] B 1357: Ballot

Intact except for tip of one end of spoke. Circular ballot with pierced spoke at center. The letter B on one side : Jury section (Cf. ΑΘ. ΠΟΛ. LXIII, 4) Cf. B 146, 728, 1055-1059. Tunnel east of room ... 14 April 1971


[Agora Object] I 4384: Decree Fragments

Inscribed fragments of stele. Decree relative to the arrest of two men by the Truchonians and the Athenian request that they be released. The decree is important historically because it furnishes new evidence ... 367/6 B.C.