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A 1824: Regula Fragment with Guttae

Two guttae, and part of regula and taenia preserved. From Square Peristyle, South Stoa II. Poros. Cf. A 2925. Disturbed fill. Leica, 93-56-16 (15) PD 1552 ... May 1951

A 1887: Mosaic Pavement Fragment

Broken all around, but full thickness apparently preserved. A bedding of rough stones about the size of a man's fist, over which a thick layer of cement has been poured. In this cement flat stones from ... May 1951

A 1936: Cornice Fragment with Mason's Mark

Top, left side, mutule and via, and front surface preserved, but front surface broken at corner, and at top and bottom. From a horizontal cornice. A large letter, Κ, on slightly rough top surface. Traces ... 14 February 1952


A 1946: Cornice Fragment

Broken at top, back and sides. Part of mutule, one gutta, and lower part of front fascia preserved. Hard gray limestone with many holes in it. Surface very fresh. From Square Peristyle. Same series as ... 10 March 1952

A 1963: Cornice Fragment: Painted

Broken at sides, front and back. Red on plain soffit, blue on mutule. One gutta preserved. From raking cornice (?) of Square Peristyle. See A 1926 (Τ1097) and A 1946 (Τ 1217); series of A 137 and A 172; ... 9 April 1952


A 1973: Triglyph Fragment

Some of the upper part of a triglyph and a bit of the adjacent metope. Hard buff travertine. From same building, Square Peristyle, South Stoa, as cornice A 1926 etc., A 1824 etc., A 2924, A 2931 and ... 28 April 1952


A 1974: Monument Base: Ionic

A small fragment of the torus missing; minor chips; otherwise intact. The base consists of a lower member, on which rests a torus, cut from the same block. The middle section of the torus is worked horizontally ... 11 August 1949


A 2006: Capital Fragment: Doric

Part of resting surface, of three flutes and of annuli remain. Probably to be associated with the many cornice fragments and one triglyph of similar stone and workmanship. Retains traces of late Roman ... 5th c. B.C. (?).

A 2011: Roof Tile Fragment: Inscribed

Fragment from cover tile of Laconian type. Buff clay with buff grit; reddish brown glaze wash on upper surface. Inscribed in pale buff clay on upper surface: ΤΟ Π. Cf. A 1668; also A 432, A 433a, b, ... 9 June 1952


A 2013: String Course Block

Apparently from a string course above orthostates. Dressed smooth for joint with stone on under side; rough-picked on top, perhaps to carry brick. One face is smooth-dressed, the other lightly stippled ... June 1952