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[Agora Object] A 1608: Cornice Fragment

Broken to left and right. Part of via and mutule with hawk's beak molding preserved. No mason's marks. No traces of color. From Square Peristyle. Poros. From wall, S.W. corner of Byzantine Room E 1. Leica ... 24 April 1950

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[Agora Object] A 1609: Cornice Fragment: Doric

Composed of five fragments, broken while removing from wall, block mended 1966. Bottom, back and left face preserved. Probably part of top preserved, although badly worn and cut away by later use as water ... 24 April 1950

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[Agora Object] A 2896: Cornice Fragment: Doric

Fragment from front top. Cutting for a patch at right end. Fine work. Material and workmanship as of A 2915, i.e. Square Building - South Stoa II series. Hard creamy poros. From demolition of tower of ... 21 July 1959

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[Agora Object] A 2990: Cornice Block: Doric

Hawk's beak for bed and crown moldings; plain soffit. Cutting for double T-clamp at one end of top; and for two dowels in back (repair?). Overhang 0.42m. Island marble. Same as A 2991. Cf. A 2751: with ... 1959

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[Agora Object] A 3400: Cornice Block

Corona has been cut away and the back part of the block reused as a water channel, the channel cut in the original underside. Preserved length of the block is probably very close to original. From Square ... 29 May 1964

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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

[Agora Object] A 45: Cornice Block: Doric

Both ends of the block preserved, with anathyrosis band, the lower resting surface remains to a thickness of 0.14m.; the profile under the corona is preserved, and the start of the corona, with two mutules ... 2 July 1931

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[Agora Object] A 172: Cornice Fragment with Mason's Mark: Doric

One end preserved, with anathyrosis. Surface of corona roughened apparently to receive color, for slight trace of red is visible. Full height preserved; the mason's mark Ε (other letters broken away) incised ... 5 April 1933