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[Agora Object] A 4185: Cornice Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken left and back, bottom worn down. Crowning molding broken away. Fascia bears red paint. Part of one mutule and one via. Gutta cut off, traces indicate their diameter. Anathyrosis on side. Mason's ...

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[Agora Object] A 4434: Capital with Mason's Mark: Ionic

Complete, except for chips. Worn. Ionic capital with slightly projecting echinus carved with egg and dart. Slight ridge between two raised bands on bolster. Apparent mason's mark Η on side, above egg and ... 17 August 1972

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[Agora Object] A 4435: Capital with Mason's Mark: Ionic

One corner missing, along with chips from two other volutes. Surface generally fresh. Ionic capital, projecting echinus carved with egg and dart. Slight ridge between two raised bands on bolster. Mason's ... 17 August 1972

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[Agora Object] A 4504: Cornice Block

Doric cornice block, no full dimensions preserved, re-cut as Ionic cornice. Slightly more than a third of one mutule preserved, with five guttae. Double fascia on face; soffit above broken away. No certain ... August 1973

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[Agora Object] A 2975: Triglyph with Mason's Mark

Complete. Finished smooth behind; good anathyrosis on sides. Top of channels almost straight; deeply undercut. On top, one cutting for double T-clamp to tie triglyph to adjacent backer. Cuttings for lifting ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2976: Triglyph with Mason's Mark

Complete. Channels terminate above in straight line, deeply undercut. On top are tong holes, one pry hole, and mason's mark in from of Ο. Possibly reused in Southeast Temple. Marble. Same series as A 2975 ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2977: Triglyph with Mason's Mark

Good anathyrosis on left side; right side very rough; back scooped out to reduce weight (?). On top, large cutting for double T-clamp on left side, connecting not with metope but a backer. Two pry holes; ... August 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2978: Triglyph with Mason's Mark

Top chipped. Rough on both sides and behind. Tops of channels curved and slightly undercut. On top, mason's mark: Β. Rather course work. Possibly reused in Southeast Temple. Pentelic marble. Found at R/7-15/11 ... August 1959