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[Agora Object] A 2968: Metope Fragment

Cutting for a Π-clamp in top at right end; another is leading back near left end. Left end thinned to a tenon. Original workmanship is excellent, but the piece has probably been reused. Clear traces of ... 21 July 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2983: Architrave: Doric

Broken at left end, roughly cut back at right end. Heavily weathered in front. In top, pry holes for triglyphs and metopes and near the right end a Π-clamp leading back. Back finished with anathyrosis ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2989: Anta Capital

Hawk's beak of 5th c. profile; crowning ovolo rough. In top are cuttings for two Π-clamps leading back to wall block (originally they had intended but a single clamp in the middle of the block, for which ... 1959

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[Agora Object] A 3000: Metope Fragment

Top and right end preserved. Fine work, probably of 5th c. B.C. Pentelic marble. Cf. A 2968. From demolition of tower of Late Roman Fortification at S.W. corner of the Library of Pantainos. 3206 Leica, ... 5th c. B.C.

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[Agora Object] A 2979: Triglyph

Almost complete. Both sides and back rough. Top cut down over back part in course of reuse, probably in Late Roman Fortification Wall. On top, one pry-hole; one cutting for Π-clamp toward metope on left ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2980: Triglyph

Top has been roughly cut down by the reusers. Possibly reused in Southeast Temple. Pentelic marble. Same series as A 2979. Found at R/6-15/12 (Fall 2016). From foundations of tower of Late Roman Fortification ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2981: Triglyph

Top very roughly cut and broken. Originally rough both sides and back. Possibly reused in Southeast Temple. Pentelic marble. Same series as A 2979. Found at R/5-15/13 (Fall 2016). From foundations of ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2984: Architrave Backer: Doric

Broken at right end, otherwise fresh. In top an original cutting for a double T-clamp to join this with the next backer; a replacement in the form of a cutting for a Π-clamp; a cutting for a Π-clamp 0.21m ... August 1959