[Agora Publication] Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens

American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 17 10.2307_146846 10.2307_146847 10.2307_146848 10.2307_146849 10.2307_146850 10.2307_146851 10.2307_146852 10.2307_146853 10.2307_146873 10.2307_146874 10.2307_146875 10.2307_146876 10.2307_146877 ... 1948


[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 554: Sima Fragment: Plastic

The left half of a terracotta sima, preserved to full height. Trace of lion's head spout at right. A goodly amount of tile preserved behind. On front in relief an ornate floral design. Red color on flat ... 24 April 1935


[Agora Object] A 825: Eaves Tile Fragment: Plastic and Painted

Broken at back and at right side. On the base of the sima an elaborate curving floral pattern in high relief, below, on the flat fascia, a maeander in red glaze. On soffit, a bead and reel in red. Red ... 10 March 1938


[Agora Object] A 913: Lion's Head Spout Fragment

The nose and lower jaw broken away and it is otherwise much battered. The sima is broken close all around. Vigorously modeled in style of late fourth century B.C. The inner core is made of pale yellow ... 1938


[Agora Monument] Middle Stoa

Commercial Unknown Conglomerate, Limestone Fair, foundations and east stylobate with column drums. The appearance of the south side of the Agora was radically changed during the 2nd century B.C. with the ... Mid 2nd B.C.


[Agora Image] 2012.52.0196 (XXXI-92)

Architectural terracottas from the Middle Stoa. From left to right, simas (A 825 and A 554), a lion's head spout (A 913) and on the top of the simas, a palmette antefix (A 211) ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1948