Agora Object: A 586
Collection:   Agora
Type:   Object
Name:   A 586
Inventory Number:   A 586
Section Number:   Ν' 20
Title:   Sima Fragments
Category:   Architecture Marble
Description:   Fragments of marble sima of so-called "Megarian" type: reversed palmette and lotus in relief. The entire height, (a) 0.144m., of the upper convex section is preserved, of the lower flat fascia, only 0.103m. The full thickness is not preserved. The top and bottom surfaces and the top were considerably worn before the burning of which there are traces.
Made up as crowning members of the Odeion stage front.
Pentelic marble.
(Since photographing, two more small fragments have been added, and the fragment a) has been joined to the piece shown in the picture at the lower right.)
Context:   In burned fill of marble floor.
Negatives:   Leica, XXVII-18, XXXIII-55, color slide
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.247, e) 0.16; P.Th. 0.08; L. a) 0.235, b) 0.04, c) 0.115, d) 0.073; W. e) 0.046, f) 0.074
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   3 June 1935
Section:   Ν'
Grid:   Ν':34-35/ΜΓ-ΜΔ
Bibliography:   Museum Guide (2014), pp. 30, 40-41, fig. 21.
    Paterakis (1997), pp. 75-97.
    Hesperia 19 (1950), pl. 47 a.
References:   Publication: Hesperia 19 (1950)
Publication: Museum Guide (2014)
Report: 1935 ΩΔ
Report Page: 1935 ΩΔ, s. 10
Monument: Odeion
Images (10)
Card: A 586