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[Object]  A 2492: Iconostasis Lintel Fragments

a) Elaborate braid design carved on a face that forms an obtuse angle with the soffit. Additional fragments found October 1954, and numbered ΗΑ 60. Carved on one side with an elongated palmette pattern; ... Byzantine


[Object]  A 2509: Lintel

A lintel for a single-leafed door, 0.80m. wide. The overhang has two rectilinear and two concave moldings. Triangular cuttings at each end for inserting tenons of door jambs. The cutting for the door is ... July 1954

[Object]  A 2523: Brick with Cufic Drawing

An architect's or mason's drawing, on black on half a brick, of a Cufic design, evidently for use in the masonry of the church. In wall of the Church of the Holy Apostles. Leica, LXX-100 ... 31 December 1954


[Object]  A 2561: Column Fragment

The capital and part of the shaft of an octagonal column of an iconostasis. The square capital decorated on each side (parts of three sides preserved) with a rosette in a lyre-shaped frame. Byzantine ... Byzantine

[Object]  A 2562: Capital Fragment

Part of only one decorated face preserved, with a rosette in a looped circle. The adjacent face is plain and has a hole for attachment. From a column similar to A 2561 (ΗΑ 106). Byzantine. Pentelic marble ... Byzantine


[Object]  A 4201: Iconostasis Closure Slab

Three joining fragments. Broken at bottom. Three corners missing. Carved with elaborate interlace pattern. Square cutting at back. Pentelic marble. Catalogued 1971. Used as building material in the N.W ... 1954


[Object]  A 4202: Capital: Doric

Complete except for chips. Shaft has twenty flutes. Pentelic marble. Catalogued May 1971. A letter of 1985, attached to the card, says the capital was being moved to the South Slope of Acropolis to the ... 4th c. B.C. (?).

[Object]  A 4203: Base with Plinth: Ionic

Upper torus of base chipped; about half of plinth preserved. Ionic base with rectangular plinth. Base molding: torus, scotia, torus. Pentelic marble. Catalogued in May 1971. Used upside down as stylobate ... 1954

[Object]  A 5191: Corinthian Capital

Largely complete. Acanthus leaves' tips of first row broken off. Originally covered in plaster and painted. "In the final period of the church all the capitals were painted in bright colors trimmed with ...

[Object]  A 5192: Leaf Capital: Lotus and Acanthus Capital

Complete. So-called Tower of the Winds type, with lotus leaves springing from behind a single row of acanthus. Originally covered in plaster and painted. "In the final period of the church all the capitals ...