Agora Object: T 1171
Inventory Number:   T 1171
Section Number:   ΚΚ 600
Title:   Male Figurine Fragments
Category:   Terracotta
Description:   Four fragments of a figure of athletic build.
Fragment a) head.
The top of the head is jabbed with small holes in a band for affixing a headdress, part of which is preserved on his head behind. Eyes and nostrils bored.
Fragment b) torso.
Fragment c) lower right leg.
Fragment d) right thigh.
ADDENDA: The top of the head is jabbed with small holes in a band to conceal the mold join and simulate hair. Behind is a lock of hair, the professional athlete 's cirrus.
Two additional fragments found after photographing. One joining to fragment c) giving part of the upper right leg; and a further fragment e) from the left leg.
Context:   Cistern bottom.
Herulian debris (?)
Negatives:   Leica, LXVIII-89
Dimensions:   H. a) 0.058; W. a) 0.041; Th. a) 0.049; P.L. b) 0.027, d) 0.087; P.W. b) (shoulders) 0.097, d) 0.027, e) 0.027; L. c) (foot) 0.049; P.H. c) 0.135, e) 0.04
Material:   Terracotta
Date:   8 May 1936
Section:   ΚΚ
Grid:   ΚΚ:64/ΝΘ
Elevation:   -4.8--4.8m.
Masl:   -4.8m.
Deposit:   D 6:2
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Agora VI, p. 74, pl. 26, no. 934.
References:   Publication: Agora VI
Publication Page: Agora 6, s. 104, p. 92
Image: 2012.54.0488 (LXVIII-89)
Deposit: D 6:2
Notebook: ΚΚ-5
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-5-51 (pp. 891-892)
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-5-59 (pp. 907-908)
Notebook Page: ΚΚ-5-62 (pp. 913-914)
Card: T 1171