[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 105: Sima Fragment: Painted

Sides and back broken; height preserved. Painted bead and reel along edge of bottom surface. Coarse, buff clay, carefully painted in red and black on a fine greenish cream slip. A 418 (Α 909, from Cave) ... 4 August 1931

[Agora Object] A 1234: Building Block

One face roughly dressed. The other faces more roughly dressed, or broken. Egyptian granite. Cf. A 1232 (ΔΔ 254) and A 1233 (ΔΔ 255). Found 1940, removed 1947 and placed on terrace between two large Mycenaean ... 1940


[Agora Object] B 12: Dikast 's Ticket

Thin oblong plaque, inscribed. The left end of the plaque is broken off. At the right end is the partially obliterated outline of a stamped Gorgoneion. On the reverse are traces of a rectangular stamp ... 20 July 1931

[Agora Object] I 66: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of columnar grave monument. Part of ring, and top surface, preserved. Hymettian marble. Found over the foundation of the back wall of the Stoa of Zeus. 426 Leica ... 17 July 1931


[Agora Object] I 84: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment of upper left hand corner of stele with pediment top. Broken at bottom and right side; only a bit of the stele proper, with traces of letters in the first line is preserved. Hymettian ... 250-150 B.C.


[Agora Object] I 87: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Face and top surface preserved; back bottom and sides broken. Pentelic marble. Finished Found in the wall of late cistern in the Stoa of Zeus. 541 Leica ... 325-300 B.C.

[Agora Object] I 88: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment with two fasciae and part of a third. Broken top, back and sides; bottom surface preserved. Of the top most fascia only a scrap remains; the other two are 0.045m. and 0.037m. high. Inscribed ... 1 August 1931