[Agora Object] A 705: Ceiling Beam

Both ends broken off; elsewhere all faces preserved. A ceiling beam designed to be the end of a series, as only one side (and the bottom) is carefully worked. Bottom plain, face plain, with a simple cove-molding ... 11 March 1937

[Agora Object] A 1379: Ceiling Beam Fragments

a) One original end remains, with rough-picked surface; the molding was mitred at the corner. The piece comes from a lateral beam at the edge of the ceiling and so is rough-picked on the back. The front ... 1948


[Agora Object] A 387: Ceiling Coffer Fragment: Painted

Red, blue and green color well preserved. Assigned to the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Cf. Ptg. 329, drawing of restored ceiling coffer. Marble dump to east of Stoa of Attalos. Leica, 9-82 Ptg. 329 ... 1933


[Agora Object] A 388: Ceiling Beam Fragment: Painted

Part of the top preserved; back, bottom and sides broken. No color preserved on the egg and dart, but the pattern complete. Green color remains in angles at bottom between egg and darts. (A more complete ... 1933

[Agora Object] A 400: Ceiling Beam Fragments: Painted

Two fragments: a) The top surface, toothed, with relieving surface, preserved. Behind, part of a circular cutting, rough-picked. On the crowning molding the marks of a painted egg and dart pattern. On ... 14 April 1934

[Agora Object] A 3889: Ceiling Coffer Lid Fragment

Broken all around and on top. Bottom, i.e. surface to be seen from below, is slightly concave and preserves traces of incised paint guidelines. These are palmettes (four originally) enclosed in heart-shaped ... 16 July 1970


[Agora Object] A 3890: Ceiling Coffer Fragment

Preserved is lower part of coffered beam of type A, broken on both ends and across top. Rear joint surface rough-picked (from anathyrosis?). Bottom surface decoration (beginning 0.91m. back from first ... 16 July 1970


[Agora Object] A 3891: Ceiling Coffer Fragment

Preserved is lower part of coffered beam of type A, broken at back, top, and both ends. Decoration as on A 3890: bead and reel better preserved, ovolo not fully preserved. From Parthenon. Pentelic marble ... 16 July 1970