Agora Object: I 2343
Inventory Number:   I 2343
Section Number:   Ο 116
    ΣΑ 7
    Τ 256
Title:   Marble Fragments
Category:   Inscriptions
Description:   Inscribed fragments.
Large relief shield commemorating victories.
Sepulchral monument (?).
Fragment Ο 116 a), from a circular monument, perhaps an altar. Broken all around.
Two slightly convex surfaces, divided by a cable-like moulding.
Four letters of the inscription preserved, two in each of two lines.
Also belonging:
Fragment ΣΑ 7 b), to this fragment, has been joined at the right an uninscribed piece from left, with two letters. Found in a modern wall, on May 1936.
Fragment Τ 256 c).
Pentelic marble.
ADDENDA With I 2343 a, belong two other inscribed bits, I 2393 (O 136) and I 2399 (O 164); and two uninscribed fragments.
Also I 2564, I 2717, I 2210, I 2393, I 2399; all from similar monuments.
Notes:   c) (Τ 256) 48/ΚΕ
a) (Ο 116) M-O 11-12
b) (ΣΑ 7) Q 10-11
c) (Τ 256) M 15
Context:   a) (Ο 116), found in modern house walls, in the area of the southeastern part of the Odeion.
b) (ΣΑ 7), found in Hellenistic context, over the Stoa of Attalos, near Pier VIII from the south.
c) (Τ 256), found in Turkish cesspool, in the eastern part of the South Stoa II.
Negatives:   Leica, XXXI-2, XXXI-9, XXXI-10, XXXI-6
Dimensions:   H. a) 0.182, b) 0.126, c) 0.22; Lett. H. a) 0.03-0.01, b) 0.03, c) 0.027; W. a) 0.053, b) 0.36, c) 0.145; Th. a) 0.157, b) 0.275, c) 0.195
Date:   a) (Ο 116) 25 January 1935
b) (ΣΑ 7) February 1936
c) (Τ 256) 5 March 1936
Section:   Ο
Grid:   Τ:48/ΚΕ
    M-O 11-12
    Q 10-11
    M 15
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Hesperia 17 (1948), p. 43, no. 35.
    Agora XVIII, no. C204.
References:   Publication: Agora XVIII
Publication: Hesperia 17 (1948)
Images (8)
Card: I 2343
Card: I 2343