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[Agora Object] I 4850: Base Fragment

Inscribed fragment of statue base. Broken at left, smooth back, rough picked bottom; top and right not visible. Four lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. Found in late Roman Fortification, ... 10 May 1937

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[Agora Object] I 7039: Boundary Stone

Inscribed Agora boundary stone. Top worn smooth by traffic. Corners broken. Inscription written retrograde across top and along left side. Inscription does not cover corners, a fact perhaps indicating ... 27 July 1967

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[Agora Object] S 1313: Torso of a Youth

Head missing. Stubs of arms preserved. Right leg broken below knee; left leg above knee. Torso of a standing youth, about half life-size, the weight on the right leg. The upper left arm is set back a little; ... 19 March 1948

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[Agora Object] I 5407: Inscribed Base: Dedication

Inscribed base. The full height and width of the block appear to be preserved; mouldings along top and bottom; both much battered. Six lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. Finished Northwest ... 29 April 1938

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[Agora Object] A 2988: Capital with Mason's Mark: Doric

Much worn by traffic in its present position. From same series as A 2987, with which it corresponds in material, measurements and workmanship. Marble cloudy gray in color with pronounced lamination. Excellent ... 1959 ... On Site-West of Late Roman Fortification Wall

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[Agora Object] A 3010: Column: Doric

The second, fifth and seventh drums from the top survive, the seventh marked ΗΗΗ, being the bottom drum. The top drum also survives but retains no letter and so cannot be assigned with certainty. One of ... 5th c. B.C ... On Site-In Late Roman Fortification Wall (frags. b, c, d) N.W. of Late Roman

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[Agora Object] P 27630: Amphora

Mouth crushed, but complete. Glazed with opposing diagonals on belly, dogtooth on neck. Lip barred. Deep pinkish-buff clay; lustrous black glaze, peeled over large areas. Υψίλαιμος αμφορέας. Στο λαιμό ... 15 June 1967

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[Agora Object] I 3948: Dedication

Inscribed column. The bottom surface preserved, and probably the entire circumference. The dimensions given are approximate only, because the column has not been removed from the wall. Probably a column ... 1st. century B.C ... On Site-Southwest of the Stoa of Attalos