[Agora Object] A 3856: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Corner of abacus and one volute of an Ionic capital. The bottom of the volute cut down and smoothed, with some pick marks visible. Chisel marks visible throughout. Pentelic marble. Well. 2541 Leica ... 7 August 1970


[Agora Object] A 4202: Capital: Doric

Complete except for chips. Shaft has twenty flutes. Pentelic marble. Catalogued May 1971. A letter of 1985, attached to the card, says the capital was being moved to the South Slope of Acropolis to the ... 4th c. B.C. (?).


[Agora Object] A 192: Capital Fragment: Doric

Small fragment, all save one complete flute and the annulets, broken away. Very good work. Pentelic marble. Temple of Ares. Disturbed area above Stoa. Leica, LIX-51 PD 733, DA 12321 ... 6 April 1933


[Agora Object] A 536: Capital Fragment: Corinthian

Fragment of the lower part of a Corinthian capital. Part of the bottom surface is preserved, and most of two of the acanthus leaves. Broken away above. Belongs to the same series as A 471 (Ο 290). Cf ... 2 April 1935


[Agora Object] A 600: Capital Fragment: Doric

Broken away on all sides. Part of a very shallow echinus remains. Assigned to the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Cf. series A 238. In Great hole. 1226 Leica, LIX-51 PD 733, DA 12321 ... June 1935


[Agora Object] A 616: Capital: Ionic

Two joining fragments. Abacus, fillets, and top of volutes recut to make base for interior support of fourth period of church. Lower part of volutes cut off. Developed fifth century type egg and dart ... 18 February 1936

[Agora Object] A 4189: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Broken top, bottom, right and back. Bolster shows characteristic chisel work of the Temple of Athena at Sounion. Parts of two convolutions of volute with raised band between them. Streaky blue and white ... 5 May 1971

[Agora Object] A 4207: Capital Fragment: Ionic

Broken front, back and top. Left (?) side of capital. Preserved is part of bolster and bottom resting surface of Ionic capital. From Temple of Athena at Sounion. Gray and white streaked Agrilezza marble ... 5 May 1971