[Agora Object] A 3360: Capital with Mason's Mark: Corinthian

Complete but battered. Lotus petals spring from a single row of acanthus. Round hole in bottom. Mason's mark on underside. Marble pile north of the "Giants" ... 1962

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[Agora Object] A 4434: Capital with Mason's Mark: Ionic

Complete, except for chips. Worn. Ionic capital with slightly projecting echinus carved with egg and dart. Slight ridge between two raised bands on bolster. Apparent mason's mark Η on side, above egg and ... 17 August 1972

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[Agora Object] A 4435: Capital with Mason's Mark: Ionic

One corner missing, along with chips from two other volutes. Surface generally fresh. Ionic capital, projecting echinus carved with egg and dart. Slight ridge between two raised bands on bolster. Mason's ... 17 August 1972

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[Agora Object] A 4504: Cornice Block

Doric cornice block, no full dimensions preserved, re-cut as Ionic cornice. Slightly more than a third of one mutule preserved, with five guttae. Double fascia on face; soffit above broken away. No certain ... August 1973

[Agora Object] A 1749: Wall Fragments with Mason's Mark

Fragment a), a big block, preserves part of the dressed face, the top and one end; fragment b), a chip, preserves part of the face and end. On both, on the end 0.037m. from edge, a channel, parallel with ... 11 April 1951

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[Agora Object] A 1758: Step Block with Mason's Mark

All surfaces preserved with anathyrosis at both ends. Setting lines on top ca. 0.395m. from front surface. On top a raised surface for 0.32m. from front. Mason's mark on top: Ι Γ Ε. Double T-clamps, dowel ... 11 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1788: Epikranitis Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken behind, below, to left and to right. Front surface preserves smooth fascia with crowning molding above partly preserved. Mason's mark on top surface, partly broken away, Ο or Θ. Calcined by fire, ... 20 April 1951

[Agora Object] A 1790: Metope Fragment with Mason's Mark

Broken at left, right and below. Rough-picked back preserved. A smooth relieving band runs along the front edge of the top surface. Rest of surface slightly higher and dressed with a toothed chisel. Mason's ... 3 May 1951