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[Agora Object] A 208: Architrave Block: Ionic

Corner block. Dimensions fully preserved. Top surface worked with tooth chisel; lewis hole. At the back, the upper left corner has a cutting, apparently to receive a wooden beam. Its width continues across ... 17 May 1933

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[Agora Object] A 271: Architrave Block: Ionic

Full length preserved, with anathyrosis on both ends. Moldings above fasciae on both interior and exterior surfaces broken away. Vertical surface above fasciae smooth picked on exterior and rough-picked ... 15 June 1933

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[Agora Object] A 391: Architrave Fragments: Ionic

Two fragments. a) Broken at top, bottom, back and right end. The left end preserved, with well worked anathyrosis. b) Broken on all faces save the front. The molding consist of a cavetto above a cyma ... 1932

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[Agora Object] A 264: Architrave Block

Corner block. All surfaces partly preserved; fasciae on interior as well as exterior. Underside finished with anathyrosis and a relieving surface (?). Top surface worked with tooth chisel; bears both pry ... 23 January 1934

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[Agora Object] A 4502: Architrave Block: Ionic

Broken at one end. Moldings, from top to bottom: a fillet, a cyma reversa, a fascia, a fillet, a flattened ovolo, and two fasciae. On top of back, an ovolo. Much of tooling on front face left visible, ... December 1973

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[Agora Object] A 1241: Architrave Fragment

Fragment from top outer corner of block; broken at both ends and behind. Molding comprises cavetto and cyma reversa. Setting line on top for frieze, 0.135m. in from edge. Surface hammer dressed, edged ... June 1947

[Agora Object] A 1675: Architrave Fragment: Ionic

Front face only is preserved. Part of two fascia (complete width of neither is preserved). Surface hammer dressed except for a smooth border. Northeast Stoa series. Pentelic marble. Destruction debris ... July 1950

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[Agora Object] A 278: Architrave Fragment: Ionic

One end preserved, with anathyrosis. Top, back and other end broken away. Bottom surface and triple fasciae worked with a toothed chisel into a smooth drafted edge on top and bottom of fasciae surfaces ... 23 January 1934