[Agora Object] A 428: Trough Tile Fragment

A trough tile with a large hole (only partly preserved) surrounded by a rim to prevent water from running in. The rim is pointed at one end. Buff clay with red particles. Dull red glaze, much flaked, on ... April 1934


[Agora Object] A 429: Trough Tile Fragment

A non-joining corner fragment of a trough tile with a large hole, of which about half is preserved forming nearly a half circle, surrounded by a rim as Α 428 (Β 966). One corner of the tile is preserved, ... April 1934

[Agora Object] A 432: Trough Tile Fragments with Dipinto

A trough tile mended from many pieces; one corner is preserved. A fragment, b), with another corner does not join. Coarse pinkish buff clay with bits. A thin streaked wash, dark brown to red, on the top; ... January 1935


[Agora Object] A 498: Roof Tile Fragment

Much of one side missing, and one end broken away, leaving however part of the channel on the under side. Possible to restore length from corresponding channel of companion piece. Top surface enclosed ... 23 February 1935

[Agora Object] A 499: Roof Tile Fragment

Upper part and one side broken away. But the edge of a channel along the broken side remains. If the channel on the side were of the same width as that across the lower end, the restored width of the tile ... 23 February 1935


[Agora Object] I 69: Grave Monument

Inscribed large stele with shell top and acanthus scrolls. Upon the face of the stele proper are two rosettes in relief; the stele proper is crowned by a small ovolo and cyma. Above this rises a large ... 15 July 1931


[Agora Object] I 702: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment; lower band of small pediment (?). The fragment is hacked at the top and broken at the sides, and is smooth beneath. Two lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA ... 21 April 1933


[Agora Object] I 882: Base

Fragment from capping member of monument base. Broken away at left end. It was topped by a projecting cornice, now broken away save for the bed moulding. The block lies upside down. Top proves to be rough ... 22 May 1933