[Agora Publication] Late Antiquity: A.D. 267-700

Frantz, M. A ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... This book collects for the first time the archaeological and historical evidence for the area of the Athenian Agora in late antiquity, a period which spans the last flourishing of the great philosophical ... 1988


[Agora Object] I 3542: Herm Fragment

Inscribed fragment of Herm. Head and lower part missing. On sides, cuttings for "arms". Traces of beard and drapery on upper part. Fourth and part of fifth. Dedication to Iamblichos. At least twenty-two ... February 1936

[Agora Object] L 5323: Lamp

Intact except for large chip from nozzle. Filling hole set low, three moulded rings, circle of ovules, moulded ring; flat narrow rim with two vertically grooved sections; groove. Unpierced, grooved handle, ... 7 June 1957

[Agora Object] L 5324: Signed Figurine Fragment

Hole pierced crosswise near tip. Signed "K Y". Back of Telesphoros figurine or Attis bust. Joins with T 1361. Unglazed. Light red clay. Late 4th. century A.D. fill over firm red fill of lime-slaking pit ... 12 June 1957


[Agora Object] S 1026: Bust

Head missing. Left edge broken away. Minor fractures. Surface pitted from cesspool acids. Draped bust with cavity and dowel-hole for insertion of marble head and neck. At the back all but the central portion ... 24 March 1938


[Agora Object] S 1044: Bust of Female Figure

Head missing; drapery behind right shoulder chipped. Draped female bust on small circular base, the bust rising in front from three formalized leaves. Marble badly stained from neighboring cesspool ... 7 May 1938


[Agora Object] S 1053: Statuette of Half-Draped Seated Male Figure

Two joining fragments; head and arms missing, minor fractures. The attachment hole for the head, and the lower half of the iron pin in it, preserved on the upper surface of the neck. A male figure draped ... 16 May 1938


[Agora Object] S 1068: Statue of Asklepios

Head, feet and right arm missing; the right arm was a separate piece as dowel holes for attachment show. Standing draped figure, about one half life-size. He wears a heavy cloak draped over the left shoulder, ... 25 May 1938