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[Agora Object] A 2891: Column Base: Ionic

Much restored in cement. Upper and lower tori. Good crisp work. The diameter is appropriate to the Ionic column drums found in the same tower, together with the painted capitals A 2972 and A 2973. Pentelic ... June 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2892: Base: Ionic

Numerous fragments; missing part restored in cement. Upper part of base preserved. Horizontal fluting. Marble. From S.W. corner of tower of Late Roman Fortification at S.W. corner of Library of Pantainos ... July 1959

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[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

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[Agora Object] I 6524: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment of stele. The top akroterion and some of the bottom below the setting line broken away; otherwise intact. An attempt was made in antiquity to break up the stele, and a narrow channel ... 337/336 B.C.

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[Agora Object] I 6694: Mining Inscription

Inscribed stele. A complete stele with flat top. Sides roughly dressed except at front edge. Back roughly worked and very irregular. The inscribed surface has been carefully re-dressed with a toothed chisel ... 31 August 1954

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[Agora Object] I 69: Grave Monument

Inscribed large stele with shell top and acanthus scrolls. Upon the face of the stele proper are two rosettes in relief; the stele proper is crowned by a small ovolo and cyma. Above this rises a large ... 15 July 1931

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[Agora Object] I 167: Monument

Inscribed stele with ornamental top of palmette and volutes. Upper part of ornament mended from many fragments. Near the top, two double concentric discs with button in center (simplified rosettes). At ... 12 February 1932

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[Agora Object] A 819: Lion's Head Spout Fragment

The upper part of the head preserved, including the upper jaw of the open mouth; none of the sima present. Pentelic marble. Original fill of Valerian Wall. Leica, LV-56 ... 10 March 1938