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[Agora Object] A 2987: Capital: Doric

Marble cloudy gray in color, with pronounced lamination. Excellent work. Found at Q/5-16/3 (Fall 2016). In core of Late Roman Fortification at S.W. corner of the Library of Pantainos. Leica, 83-343, 83-345, ... 1959

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[Agora Object] S 2070: Draped Colossal Figure Fragments

Two fragments of a colossal draped female figure. a) The lower part, wearing long closed peplos; cloak at back; looped folds of overfall preserved on left side. Weight rests on right leg; left relaxed ... 28 May 1959

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[Agora Object] A 1595: Capital: Ionic

Lower edges of volutes broken away, otherwise in good condition and fresh. Note in place of eggs a cyma reversa and above this a taenia with fainted maeander. The crowning molding is an ovolo. The eyes ... May 1950

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[Agora Object] A 2988: Capital with Mason's Mark: Doric

Much worn by traffic in its present position. From same series as A 2987, with which it corresponds in material, measurements and workmanship. Marble cloudy gray in color with pronounced lamination. Excellent ... 1959

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[Agora Object] A 3010: Column: Doric

The second, fifth and seventh drums from the top survive, the seventh marked ΗΗΗ, being the bottom drum. The top drum also survives but retains no letter and so cannot be assigned with certainty. One of ... 5th c. B.C.

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[Agora Object] A 3011: Column: Doric

The first, second, third and sixth drums from the top survive and may be recognized from the letters ΑΑΑΑ, etc. The sixth was here the bottom drum. One of the series A 3008 - A 3011 and A 2987 and A 2988 ... 1 September 1959

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[Agora Object] I 4012: Base

Inscribed statue base. On top surface, two cuttings ca. 0.24mX0.04m.X 0.045m. deep, for tongues below feet of statue. Base for statue of Livia. Hymettian marble. Found in Byzantine wall, 55.00m. east of ... 14-37 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 654: Torso Fragment of Statue of Athena

Preserved from just below the waistline to the neck; left arm broken just below the shoulder; right arm at about 0.09m. from the shoulder. Enough of both arms is preserved to show that the right arm was ... 10 March 1936