[Agora Object] A 1238: Antefix and Cover Tile: Plastic

The cover tile mended from several pieces; small fragments missing; the full dimensions preserved. Elaborate relief decoration on the antefix: palmette, Medusa mask, and scrolls. Coarse gritty red clay; ... 23 June 1947

[Agora Object] A 1312: Antefix: Plastic and Inscribed

The antefix is complete save minor chips; two joining fragments give part of the cover tile. Relief palmette with diamond heart; volutes below. The signature in relief letters along the bottom of the face: ... 8 October 1947


[Agora Object] A 2284: Sima with Lion's Head Spout and Antefix

Corner. Mended from several pieces. Plain antefix. Broken below and at left. The lion's head is in excellent state of preservation. Traces of red on mane. Brown red clay with bits in it. From Heliaia ... 4 May 1953


[Agora Object] A 211: Antefix with Mason's Mark: Plastic

Full height preserved; width and thickness of the antefix preserved, the cover tile broken off at the back. The nine-petalled palmette, in low relief, rises from an acanthus bed; below this decoration ... 24 May 1933


[Agora Object] A 479: Antefix: Plastic

Fragment missing from top. Most of cover tile behind broken away. Otherwise intact. The palmette and the design beneath it in low relief. Rather coarse red clay. Debris of burnt building. Leica, XXVI-85, ... 2 March 1935


[Agora Object] A 562: Antefix and Cover Tile: Plastic

Three joining fragments preserve a complete antefix and cover tile. Lower face of antefix damaged. Minor fractures. Traces of thick white paint. Debris of Burnt Building. Leica, XXVI-85, HAT 49-233 ... 7 May 1935


[Agora Object] A 630: Antefix: Plastic and Inscribed

Broken behind; chips missing from face. Stamped in relief, beneath the palmette. ΑΘΗΝΑΙΟΥ series. In red filling. Leica, LIX-64 ... 4 March 1936

[Agora Object] A 642: Antefix Fragment: Plastic

Broken away above (slightly) and below. An antefix (?) in the form of a human mask, broken away below the eyes, with two long rows of curls across the forehead; eyes and eyebrows exaggeratedly large. Rather ... 16 March 1936