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[Agora Object] A 1936: Cornice Fragment with Mason's Mark

Top, left side, mutule and via, and front surface preserved, but front surface broken at corner, and at top and bottom. From a horizontal cornice. A large letter, Κ, on slightly rough top surface. Traces ... 14 February 1952

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[Agora Object] A 1939: Cornice Fragment

Broken above and to left. Preserves right end of block with anathyrosis band. Mutule broken away. On face and above via, red paint. From the Temple of Ares. Pentelic marble. Found at J/10-7/18 (Fall 2016) ... 19 April 1951

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[Agora Object] A 1946: Cornice Fragment

Broken at top, back and sides. Part of mutule, one gutta, and lower part of front fascia preserved. Hard gray limestone with many holes in it. Surface very fresh. From Square Peristyle. Same series as ... 10 March 1952

[Agora Object] A 1963: Cornice Fragment: Painted

Broken at sides, front and back. Red on plain soffit, blue on mutule. One gutta preserved. From raking cornice (?) of Square Peristyle. See A 1926 (Τ1097) and A 1946 (Τ 1217); series of A 137 and A 172; ... 9 April 1952

[Agora Object] A 2210: Cornice Fragment

Small fragment preserving part of face of cornice and three guttae; broken at sides; top and back. Hard white poros; bright blue paint on underside of mutule. From Square Peristyle. Same as A 1926, A 1946, ... 20 February 1953

[Agora Object] A 2320: Cornice Fragment

Fragment of mutule and two guttae. Original top. Broken at front, back, and right end. Joint surface at left. Half of mutule on next block. Via partly preserved at right. Light buff poros with holes in ... 12 May 1953

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[Agora Object] A 2330: Cornice Fragment

Greatest part of one mutule preserved with right and back edge and lower part of the molding above; eight guttae preserved; some completely, some partly, and traces of four more. Heavy Roman cement preserved ... May 1953

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[Agora Object] A 44: Cornice Block: Doric

Anathyrosis band preserved at both ends, rough-picked in back, which is cut away apparently for lightening (?). Bottom resting surface smooth finished; top rough-picked, smoother on sloping portion over ... 2 July 1931