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[Agora Object] I 5: Prytany Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment of columnar stele. Broken all around. At the top of the fragment, ornament in very shallow relief. Two lines of the inscription preserved between heavily incised horizontal lines. ... 180-190 A.D.

[Agora Object] I 6: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of upper part of columnar grave monument. Badly chipped. Hymmetian marble. Found in a wall of the modern house 631/23, east of the southern part of the Metroon. 97 Leica ... 28 May 1931

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[Agora Object] I 77: Prytany Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Broken all round. Pentelic marble. Cf. Hesperia 26 (1957), pp. 41-42. Found at a late Roman level, east of the altar of Zeus. 482 Leica, 1-38 ... 21 July 1931

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[Agora Object] I 78: Prytany Decree Fragments

Two fragments from the upper part of a stele with pedimental top. Both corners, with finials, are preserved, the right hand piece mended from six fragments; the left hand, from two. The central part of ... 125/4 B.C.

[Agora Object] I 91: Prytany Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Broken all round. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Joined with I 685, I868, I 1883, I 1985. Found at a late Roman level, inside enclosure of the Eponymus Heroes Monument. 553 Leica ... 150-190 A.D.

[Agora Object] I 99: Marble Fragment: Prytany List

Fragment of inscription. Front surface preserved though badly worn. Curves slightly in both directions; otherwise broken so as to present a triangular section. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Joined with I 965, ... 168/9 A.D.

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[Agora Object] I 138: Prytany Decree Fragment

Small inscription fragment. Preserved part of the interlacing stalks of wreath, with parts of three lines of letters, below, spaced further away, of two. Pentelic marble. Cf. Hesperia Suppl. I (1937), ... Ca. 128 B.C.

[Agora Object] I 139: Marble Fragment: Prytany List

Fragment from left side of inscription. Front and left surfaces preserved. Pentelic marble. Found in the wall of a modern house, in the southeast corner of the Market Square. Leica ... 180-190 A.D.