[Agora Object] A 2701: Fence Post

Fragment of post from the peribolos of the Eponymous heroes. Dowel cutting on top for capping block, slot on sides for wooden rails; on inner and outer faces a shallow groove at top and tapering towards ... 14 May 1957

[Agora Object] A 3663: Fence Cap from Peribolos

Two joining fragments preserved complete block. Triangular in section with truncated sides. Dowel at bottom of one end only. Both ends dressed with slight anathyrosis. Dressed smooth with toothed chisel ... 5 June 1968


[Agora Object] A 4316: Parapet Base Block

Complete except for chips. Large rectangular block with moldings at upper front edge; from top to bottom: a shallow cavetto, torus, scotia, torus and a cyma reversa. Top surface has a cutting apparently ... 21 April 1972

[Agora Object] A 4353: Coping Block

Chips missing. Cut down at one end. Straight sides canted towards flat top. No cuttings, anathyrosis on sides. Soft yellow poros. In foundation of Late Roman Circular Building, where it crosses Enclosure ... 19 August 1971

[Agora Object] A 1377: Fence Post Fragment

A fragment from the top of a post, with a dowel hole in its top, two rail holes in each side, a fillet down the middle of the outer face narrowing from the top downward. Hard gray poros, roughly hammer ... 13 May 1948


[Agora Object] A 1378: Fence Cap

One original end remains with dowel hole. Triangular in section with truncated sides. Hard gray poros, hammer dressed on all faces. Good work. Same series as A 194, from Eponymous Heroes. Found at I/14-10/10 ... 13 May 1948


[Agora Object] A 1404: Parapet Fragment

A fragment from a left upper corner remains. The parapet was intended to be set between round freestanding columns and was thrust between them from inside the building. The curved joint surface fits closely ... July 1948


[Agora Object] A 1785: Fence Post Fragment

Broken at bottom, all the other surfaces preserved. The tapering fillet appears on both front and back. Dowel hole, well cut, on top, and socket for rails preserved on both sides. From the enclosure of ... 17 April 1951