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[Agora Object] S 1212: Base with Shields

Base for half column (?) decorated on front with two plastic shields set on edge, and on top with one shield, convex face upward. Cuttings on top for two dowels (?) and a clamp cutting leading back. Note ... June 1939

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[Agora Object] A 1138: Capital Fragment: Corinthian with Mason's Mark

Fragment preserves part of bottom and start of leaves. Inscribed on bearing surface in letters varying in height: Κ Η Ο Θ C. Pentelic marble. Odeion series. ADDENDA From round free standing column of ... 23 July 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1145: Column Drum: Ionic

About one half remains, preserving full height. One of two dowel holes remains in top. Surface hammer dressed; unfluted. Drum of Odeion column, main order. Pentelic marble. Found at L/5-9/11 (Fall 2016) ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1150: Column Base Fragment

Fragment from lower part preserving about half profile. Resting surface finished with tooted chisel; face of molding smooth. From base of Odeion column. Pentelic marble. Cf. A 4075 (ΡΡ 6). Removed from ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1151: Column Base Fragment

Fragment from upper part preserving half profile. Toothed chisel for bearing surface; moldings smooth. From base of Odeion column. Pentelic marble. Cf. A 4075 (ΡΡ 6). Removed from foundation of late Roman ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1154: Capital

Acanthus and lotus capital. Fragment from one side of lower part. From Odeion. Pentelic marble. Found at L/17-12/9 (Fall 2016). Found in burnt debris of Odeion floor of cryptoporticus in south central ... June 1938

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[Agora Object] A 1396: Column Base Fragment: Ionic

There remains only a sliver from the lower outer edge of the base. Identical in profile with A 1151 (ΟΔ 194) but heavily weathered; hence from an outside round freestanding column and to be associated ... June 1948

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[Agora Object] A 471: Capital: Corinthian

Parts of smooth picked upper and lower surfaces preserved, but all edges broken. Short acanthus leaves, parts of four preserved (probably originally eight), rise to ca. one half of the capital. From and ... 28 February 1935