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[Agora Publication] Literary and Epigraphical Testimonia

Wycherley, R. E ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Here are presented all the ancient written references, both literary and epigraphical, to the Agora (including its environs) and its monuments. The introduction summarizes chronologically the authors cited, ... 1957

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[Agora Object] I 513: Boundary Stone

Small inscribed boundary stone. Broken at the bottom, and chipped at the top. Sanctuary of Demeter Azesia. Most of five lines of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in a modern wall, over ... 4th. century B.C.

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[Agora Object] I 562: Base Fragment

Lower part of inscribed columnar base. Broken at top and back. The bottom carefully dressed, with a smooth contact surface ca. 0.10m. wide all round, and the remains of a rectangular dowel at least 0.013X0.048m., ... 7 March 1933

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[Agora Object] I 727: Monument Fragment

Fragment of inscribed stele; inscribed on two faces. Broken away below and on one side. One face is earlier than the other; face A earlier, laws of 410-404 B.C.; face B later, sacred calendar of 403-400 ... Late 5th. century B.C.

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[Agora Object] I 4165: Base

Inscribed statue base with dedication. Besides the large piece of the long face, many small fragments were found built into the wall of the modern drain, including one bit with the letters "M H". One fragment ... Second quarter of 4th. century B.C.