Agora Object: S 850
Inventory Number:   S 850
Section Number:   Σ 1353
Title:   Portrait Statue of Draped Standing Male Figure
Category:   Sculpture
Description:   Head, set in socket, missing; socket fully preserved. Feet and lower part of drapery broken off, also upper part of right arm and most of the fingers of the right hand. Left forearm and hand largely missing.
Standing draped male figure, with weight on right foot, throwing left knee slightly forward. He wears himation, one end of which is thrown over the left shoulder and held at the chest by the right hand. The other end falls to the ground in heavy folds over the left arm, which is at his side, extended slightly forward.
The drapery is fairly good for the period, especially at the back.
Pentelic marble.
Head S 1604 (Ν 863) attached for display in August 1957.
Context:   Just west of Great Drain; partially cut by Byzantine pithos. With coin # 23 of 17 March 1937.
Notebook Page:   2317
Negatives:   Leica, 7-209, XI-39, XI-40, XI-41, LV-6, color slide
Dimensions:   H. 1.53; W. 0.538; Th. ca. 0.395
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   16 March 1937
Section:   Σ
Grid:   Σ:20-21/ϘΓ-ϘΔ
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Museum Guide (2014), p. 55, fig. 34.
    Guide (1990), p. 211.
    Guide (1976), p. 206.
    Guide (1962), p. 134.
    Agora I, no. 58, p. 76, pls. 38-39.
    Agora XXIV, p. 65.
References:   Publication: Agora I
Publication: Agora XXIV
Publication: Museum Guide (2014)
Publication Page: Agora 1, s. 88, p. 74
Publication Page: Agora 1, s. 90, p. 76
Publication Page: Agora 1, s. 121, p. 107
Images (15)
Card: S 850