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[Agora Object] A 1791: Step Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken to left, right and behind. On front surface, parts of three fasciae preserved, the lower two smooth, the top one rough-picked. Part of original bottom preserved with striations of toothed chisel ... 25 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1814: Step Block with Mason's Mark

Broken at back and left end. Top much worn, as block was used as a door sill (see post and pivot holes at right end). Parts of mason's marks preserved - seem to be Γ Γ. These are ca. 0.41m. apart on centers ... 9 May 1951

[Agora Object] A 1899: Palmette Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken all around, only front and back surfaces preserved. On back, mason's mark: Α. Face much weathered. From the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion. Island (?) marble. Seems to belong to same series as A ... 31 August 1951

[Agora Object] A 620: Euthynteria Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

From the middle of a block, with parts of top and back surfaces only preserved; broken at both ends, at front and at bottom. The top has a smooth surface finished with a chisel but not polished. On it ... 25 February 1936

[Agora Object] A 625: Euthynteria Block with Mason's Mark

Top surface: Setting line 0.155m. from front edge; the surface in front of this polished; behind, finished with chisel. Cuttings for H-clamps at each end; a rectangular dowel hole in about center of stone; ... 25 February 1936

[Agora Object] A 699: Wall Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Wall block, left edge preserved, and dressed face, with the letter Δ. Series of A 238; from the same building. Assigned to the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Cleaning under late wall. Leica ... 2 March 1937

[Agora Object] A 747: Triglyph Fragment with Mason's Mark

Part of front, top, and right surface preserved. Top front edge broken away. On right side a rough-picked cutting. Fascia above triglyph. On top surface, mason's mark: Θ. Series A 238. Assigned to the ... 14 May 1937

[Agora Object] A 1025: Building Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Part of left side preserved with anathyrosis; otherwise broken. Inscribed with one letter: Α. ADDENDA Also interpreted as fragment of an inscription. Byzantine well. Leica ... 15 April 1939