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[Agora Object] P 12861: Amphora

Hole in shoulder; lip chipped; otherwise intact. Tapering body; sloping shoulder; tall narrow neck with collared lip; broad handles on neck. Brownish-red micaceous clay. Well, container 3. With sculpture ... 18 May 1938

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[Agora Object] T 176: Votive Shield

Blue, white and red concentric bands round white center. Inside, arm and hand straps. Inside, traces of white paint. Pinkish buff clay. Πήλινο αναθηματικό ομοίωμα ασπίδος. Φέρει ομόκεντρες λευκές, ερυθρές ... 30 March 1932

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[Agora Object] T 177: Votive Shield

Mended from several fragments. Bit missing from margin. Marginal strap broken away. Red margin and center; between, three red crescents on cream ground. Inside, central strap. Pinkish buff clay. Πήλινο ... 30 March 1932

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[Agora Object] T 278: Shield Fragment

Nearly half preserved; mended from several fragments; one attachment of arm strap alone preserved. Low convex shape sloping gradually into the rim. Rim glazed inside, and across part of interior is a wide ... 31 March-5 April 1932

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[Agora Object] A 4661: Frieze Block: Doric

Intact. Head of triglyph battered; top surface chipped around cuttings for T-clamps. Doric frieze block, consisting of triglyph, backer, and backer for adjacent metopes. Cuttings for T-clamps on each joining ... 23 July 1981

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[Agora Object] A 49: Cornice Block: Doric

Cornice block from inside corner. Preserved in all dimensions; two sides with anathyrosis at right angles to each other; on the two sides without anathyrosis the stone is cut away, perhaps for lightening, ... 14 July 1931

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[Agora Object] A 64: Triglyph Block Fragment with Mason's Mark

Corner block with triglyphs on both faces preserved in full dimensions though broken. Inner surfaces rough-picked; top, toothed chisel. Dowel hole and mason's marks very carefully cut (se drawing) on top ... 27 July 1931

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[Agora Object] A 1559: Anta Capital: Doric

Anta capital assembled from 36 fragments. Stoa Poikile series. On the top of the capital note the following indications for the placing of the architrave: a relieving surface, 0.10m. wide and 0.003m. deep, ... April 1949, 17 March 1952