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[Agora Object] S 565: Draped Male Figure Fragment

Fragment from a less than life-size statue; preserved is only the body from waist to just above the knees. The figure wore a short chiton, drawn high at the sides, falling down, front and back. Down the ... 23 April 1935

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[Agora Object] S 570: Grave Stele Fragment: Inscribed

Broken at the top, right and bottom. Rough-picked at back. Face badly weathered. Stele capped by acanthus leaves above plain quarter round molding. Below the almost indecipherable inscription Ν Ι Κ 0 ... 1935

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[Agora Object] S 571: Head of Female Figure

Small head broken off at the neck; the mouth and nose chipped. Aphrodite type. The hair, left rough, is bound by a fillet and drawn into a large bun behind. Island (?) marble. . Well 7, upper fill. Leica ... 18 May 1935

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[Agora Object] S 574: Head of Female Figure of Aphrodite Type

Small head of Aphrodite type. The hair is bound by a fillet and gathered into a large knot behind; a sakkos covers the hair and knot behind the fillet. Granular, white marble, perhaps Parian or Turkish ... 17 May 1935

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[Agora Object] S 575: Herm Head

Archaistic, bearded male head, broken away below. The tip of the nose missing; otherwise the head is complete and unweathered. The beard represented by wavy lines; the arrangement of the hair is also stylized: ... Roman period.

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[Agora Object] S 579: Triangular Block with Three-Fold Relief

On each side is represented a draped human figure in very low relief. Only the lines of the drapery are indicated; there is no modeling. All three sides terminate at the top in one neck, which is slightly ... Late Hellenistic or Roman period.

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[Agora Object] S 580: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Bearded head, broken away at the neck; the nose and piece of the left ear missing. Close cropped hair and beard in very low relief. The iris and pupil of the eyes are both indicated. The wrinkles on the ... Ca. 245-255 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 583: Grave Stele Fragment: Inscribed

Part of face and rough-picked back preserved. Of the relief remains only the head of a veiled woman to the left, much battered and with features broken away. She apparently wears an earring. The inscription ... 20 May 1935