[Agora Object] A 3360: Capital with Mason's Mark: Corinthian

Complete but battered. Lotus petals spring from a single row of acanthus. Round hole in bottom. Mason's mark on underside. Marble pile north of the "Giants" ... 1962


[Agora Object] A 1438: Wall Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Anathyrosis on preserved edge. On top a mason's mark: ΑΡ. A shallow rectangular cutting and a deeper circular cutting at one corner of broad surface, from reuse as threshold block. From Temple of Ares ... February 1949

[Agora Object] A 1567: Wall Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Fragment from top of block. Mason's mark, Μ. Cutting for T-clamp and channel for leading. Pentelic marble. From Temple of Ares. Found at J/10-7/16 (Fall 2016). Marble dump. Leica 771 ... February 1950


[Agora Object] A 1815: Metope Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken on both sides and bottom. On top mason's marks, the letters Γ Δ, facing inside. From the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Byzantine walls along road between Gymnasium and Byzantine Houses to west ... 9 May 1951


[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


[Agora Object] A 3399: Cornice Block with Mason's Mark: Doric

Top is flat with a vertical step between a lower front and a higher back part. Cyma reversa bed mold, hawk's beak crown. Cutting for two Π-clamps at each end. In each end a cutting for an end dowel, which ... 28 May 1964


[Agora Object] A 169: Architrave Fragment with Mason's Mark: Doric

Fragment with regula with guttae. One side preserved with anathyrosis; top rough-picked to within 0.035m. from edge. Fragmentary evidence of a mason's mark (probably letters) on top surface. Evidence ... 5 April 1933


[Agora Object] A 742: Cornice Block with Mason's Mark: Doric

From a lateral horizontal cornice, a cyma reversa soffit molding with a vertical fascia high above it. The nosing molding is much battered; possibly an ovolo. In the top two rafter cuttings, and at each ... 10 May 1937