[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1849

Flat bottom; beveled rim. Light grayish buff clay with black bits. Found set into the ground, the rim flush with the floor, an arrangement which recalls that found in bathing establishments where basins ... Context 4th c. B.C.


[Agora Object] A 2304: Capital Fragment: Doric

About one quarter of capital preserved with original top and bottom, and part of the rectangular cutting of the centering. Surface finished with at fine toothed chisel, as if intended for stucco but no ... 2 May 1953

[Agora Object] A 2308: Sima Fragment: Plastic

Mended from two pieces. Broken at top, right and back; cracked; front much battered. Floral decoration in relief; red background. Maeander painted in red on lower fascia. On back, near original left end ... 1953


[Agora Object] I 7030: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment from upper part of stele. Full width preserved; back very roughly picked. Face and edge of sides smooth. Lines 1,7 and the 21st., 22nd., and 23rd. letters of line 12 are all painted ... 222/1 B.C.


[Agora Object] I 5510: Boundary Stone

Inscribed boundary stone of Agora. The corners of its upper are much rubbed. All surfaces were roughly picked. On the broad face that looks norheast, a band was smoothed with a toothed chisel across the ... 27 February 1938


[Agora Object] A 554: Sima Fragment: Plastic

The left half of a terracotta sima, preserved to full height. Trace of lion's head spout at right. A goodly amount of tile preserved behind. On front in relief an ornate floral design. Red color on flat ... 24 April 1935


[Agora Object] A 555: Sima Fragment: Plastic

Fragment of upper left corner of a sima similar to A 554. Cf. A 1131 (ΚΤΛ 219). From near S.E. corner of Burnt Building but not certainly from debris. Leica 1422 ... 24 April 1935


[Agora Object] A 825: Eaves Tile Fragment: Plastic and Painted

Broken at back and at right side. On the base of the sima an elaborate curving floral pattern in high relief, below, on the flat fascia, a maeander in red glaze. On soffit, a bead and reel in red. Red ... 10 March 1938