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[Agora Object] S 3500: Roman Portrait Head

Broken off at neck, missing most of chin, mouth and nose. Eyes damaged, but in good condition from eyebrows up. Male head, larger than life-size, with thick curly hair and light beard. From ear to ear, ... 19 June 2002

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[Agora Object] B 2094: Bronze Cup: Dry Measure

Intact, but corroded and incrusted. Bronze cylinder, flaring and with slightly raised collar at rim and base. Lower wall extending below base and cut out to form three feet. Textile impressions. Cf ... 27 June 2002

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[Agora Object] L 646: Lamp

Complete example, with high single grooved handle. On the bottom, a raised "A" with broken bar. Thin reddish-purple wash. Type XX of Corinth collection. Well. Leica, 81-41 PD 929, 1286-a ... 11 June 1932

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[Agora Object] S 3508: Horse and Rider Sculpture Fragment

Thin chip from a relief, broken all around including the back. Relief preserved the front quarter of a horse with some of the horse's mane, upper leg and left hand (chipped away) of a rider facing left ... 29 July 2002

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[Agora Object] S 3510: Statue Head

Male statue head broken at neck. Chipped nose otherwise in very good condition. Small patch of red pigment on moustache. Bearded figure with elongated head slightly tilted to the left. Prominent facial ... 31 July 2002

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[Agora Object] L 6092: Mold Fragment for Lamp with Graffito

Mould for the bottom part of Attic Alpha Globule lamp. Nozzle, half of base and part of wall preserved. Very flaky at edges. Base with letter A (partially preserved) inscribed between two circular grooves ... 18 July 2002

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[Agora Object] A 4995: Pediment with Crowning Palmette Akroterion

Single fragment, broken off at both sides. Most of back broken away, and missing attached upper part of palmette. Pediment with crowning palmette akroterion from altar. Four holes at top used for attachment ... 19 July 2002

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[Agora Object] A 4996: Palmette Akroterion

Broken at bottom and chip out of upper right side. Crowning palmette akroterion from altar-- if from same altar as A 4996, probably opposite end of it. Rough-worked at back. Tool marks on front suggest ... 19 July 2002