[Agora Object] I 3745: Decree Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Fragment Τ 13 a), the left side and the top preserved. The surface partially pitted with small holes. Ten lines of the inscription preserved. Fragment Ν 456 b), the left side and ... Ca. 434 B.C ... IG I3, no. 50.


[Agora Object] I 303: Epigram Fragments

Left corner of inscribed block. Epigram commemorating the victory over the Persians. Fragment Θ 50 a), top smooth; bottom, very fine picked; side, anathyrosis. Broken at back and right. Face dressed with ... 1933 ... IG I2,763 (frag. b).

[Agora Object] I 4350: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Left side preserved. Seven lines of the inscription preserved; non-stoichedon. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Part of I 1230; with I 1175. Brough in by an old workman from a house at Polignotou ... 5th. century B.C ... IG I3, no. 243.

[Agora Object] I 1936: Base

Inscribed base. The basis has been reworked, probably as an altar, with well-worked mouldings on two sides and front where a cross has also been cut. Two holes have been hacked in the front, and the arms ... 3 May 1934 ... IG II2, no. 4004.


[Agora Object] I 2269: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Back, worn smooth, and smooth picked left side preserved; elsewhere broken. At left of letters, a deep-cut triangular groove. Pentelic marble. Cf. EM 6097, EM 8429, EM 5892, EM 3891, ... After 123 A.D ... Agora:Object:IG II2, nos. 3279, 4775.


[Agora Object] I 5620: Honorary Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Block from top of honorary monument. Top and bottom original; side cut down later. Cuttings for reuse as doorsill. Two lines of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in ... Ca. 30 B.C ... Agora XVIII, no. H494, pl. 50 ... IG II2, no. 4116.

[Agora Object] I 7584: Marble Fragment

Inscribed bottom of stele. Top missing. Small piece from preserved top and larger piece from bottom broken from stele and found next to it. Small chip from surface broken off during removal. Worn. Bottom ... 12 August 1993 ... IG II3,1,5, 1144.


[Agora Object] I 2916: Record Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Fifth century financial record; the lettering looks like that of the Erechteion accounts. Twenty letters remain. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Belongs with ... 5th. century B.C ... IG I3, no. 291 ... Hesperia 26 (1957), p. 199, no. 49, pl. 50.