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[Agora Object] S 1215: Torso Fragment of Triton

From lower part of fishtailed creature (Triton), with some of resting surface preserved. Pentelic marble. From marble pile north of second Giant from west, from which it may derive. Leica, XXIX-59 ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] S 1216: Torso Fragment of Triton

Part of fishtailed creature, lower torso, the scales well preserved. Pentelic marble. From marble pile north of second Giant from west. Leica, XXIX-56 ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] S 1218: Arm Fragment of Giant

Small fragment of elbow from right arm, in scale and style close to S 1214 (ΩΔ 223). Only slightly weathered. Pentelic marble. From marble pile between Odeion and Giants. Leica, XXVI-72, XXXIII-65 ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] S 1219: Arm Fragment of Giant

Forearm preserved from elbow to wrist. Heavily weathered on surface of arm and on break at wrist, comparatively fresh on upper break. Was the hand of the Giant already missing when the late Romans reset ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] S 1221: Hand Fragment of Giant

Part of right hand of colossal figure holding staff or stick. Perhaps slightly greater in scale than other hands of giants, but very similar in material and workmanship. Pentelic marble. Cf. S 596 (Ν' ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] S 1303: Giant's Body Fragment

The fragment comes from near the bottom of the proper right corner, preserving a little of the snaky body and a little of the lateral molding on the back of the pier. Both body and molding were left rough ... 14 August 1947

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[Agora Object] S 1344: Triton Tail Fragment

Broken at both ends. Tapering and twisting, a slightly projecting spine down the back. Surface rather roughly tooled all over, but rougher on one side than the other. Moderate weathering on one side. The ... 1948

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[Agora Object] S 1348: Relief Fragment from Base of Colossal Figure

Broken all around and behind. On the front, in relief, the trunk of an olive tree with leaves beginning to show at the top of the fragment as preserved. To the right something rises from the background: ... July 1948