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[Object]  A 304: Roof Tile Fragment: Stamped

Broken all around. Rather coarse yellowish clay. Thick buff slip on top and bottom which is flaking off. Stamped: ΙΕΡΑΝΜΗΤΡΙΘΕΩΝ ΔΙΟΝΥΣΙΟΣΚΑΙΑΜΜΩΝΙΟΣ Metroon series. Cf. Negative number XXXIV-23. Black ... 4 April 1934


[Object]  A 403: Altar Side Block

Preserved at the right end and broken at the left; much battered; broken also above. Along both preserved faces a series of base and crown moldings, comprising, from bottom to top, guilloche, Lesbian leaf, ... 1931


[Object]  A 772: Eaves Tile Fragments: Painted

Two non-joining fragments. On outer face an elaborate guilloche in purple and black with palmettes at the mid line. On the soffit, a band of astragal between two purple bands; on the top, along the outer ... 5 June 1937


[Object]  A 861: Eaves Tile Fragment

A Tholos eaves tile, fragmentary but complete save for the tip, which has been restored on the evidence of A 864 (Ζ 1540). A triangular rain tile, its sides equipped with heavy flanges below, with light ... 15 February 1938

[Object]  A 877: Antefix Mold Fragment

Part of an edge preserved, otherwise broken. Some of the petals of the palmette of an antefix. Coarse pink to buff clay. Late Roman Fill in S.W. corner of section. Leica ... 20 April 1938


[Object]  A 880: Antefix Fragment: Painted

Lower part of Tholos antefix and much of the carrying tile remain; the whole restored in plaster on the model of A 865 (Ζ 1541). The tile is large and flat, expanding rapidly toward the back , channeled ... 22 April 1938


[Object]  A 1133: Tile Standard

One corner and part of one end broken away; otherwise complete. On one face two long concave cuttings, one wide and shaped rather like a rain tile, the other narrow and rather like a cover tile. Anathyrosis ... 17 July 1946

[Object]  A 1238: Antefix and Cover Tile: Plastic

The cover tile mended from several pieces; small fragments missing; the full dimensions preserved. Elaborate relief decoration on the antefix: palmette, Medusa mask, and scrolls. Coarse gritty red clay; ... 23 June 1947

[Object]  A 1497: Mold for Sima

One end preserved; also complete height. A design of cable pattern and spirals recalling the simas of the Middle Stoa. Piers 10-11, West. Stoa fill West of Tower. Leica ... 29 November 1949


[Object]  A 1559: Anta Capital: Doric

Anta capital assembled from 36 fragments. Stoa Poikile series. On the top of the capital note the following indications for the placing of the architrave: a relieving surface, 0.10m. wide and 0.003m. deep, ... April 1949, 17 March 1952


[Object]  A 1578: Antefix

Front face complete except for lower right hand corner. Cover tile broken off of the back. Flame palmette with a rosette in the center, acanthus leaves at base; two curled tendrils on twisted stalks from ... 22 March 1950

[Object]  A 1758: Step Block with Mason's Mark

All surfaces preserved with anathyrosis at both ends. Setting lines on top ca. 0.395m. from front surface. On top a raised surface for 0.32m. from front. Mason's mark on top: Ι Γ Ε. Double T-clamps, dowel ... 11 April 1951

[Object]  A 2500: Cover Tile

Angular cover tile of Corinthian type. Largely complete but broken and mended. Buff clay with yellow slip. To west of Bouleuterion Propylon, on floor below Layer V: context of second half of 4th century ... 16 July 1954

[Object]  A 2600: Water Pipe

Mended from many fragments, few chips missing. Standard archaic water pipe with short tongue and flat-topped flange at upper end, long tongue and open flange at lower end. Carefully cut oval setting hole ... March 1956

[Object]  A 2601: Water Pipe

Dipinti; graffiti on flanges. Archaic. Same series as A 2600 (Τ 3586). For discussion of dipinti and graffiti see notebook p. 6157. Found in position in the archaic pipe line that fed the Southeast Fountain ... March 1956

[Object]  A 2602: Water Pipe

Dipinti; graffiti on flanges. Archaic. Same series as A 2600 (Τ 3586). Cf. picture, notebook p. 5454 (M.C. notes however that she never could see a trace of the upper half of the pipe itself.) For discussion ... March 1956


[Object]  A 2972: Capital: Ionic

Chips had been knocked off by the builders of the Late Roman Fortification Wall but most were recoverable. Empolion cutting on underside 0.06m square. Ornament painted except for palmettes which are carved ... July 1959


[Object]  A 2987: Capital: Doric

Marble cloudy gray in color, with pronounced lamination. Excellent work. In core of Late Roman Fortification at S.W. corner of the Library of Pantainos. Leica, 83-343, 83-345, 83-346, 83-695, 87-472, ... 1959


[Object]  A 3010: Column: Doric

The second, fifth and seventh drums from the top survive, the seventh marked ΗΗΗ, being the bottom drum. The top drum also survives but retains no letter and so cannot be assigned with certainty. One of ... 5th c. B.C.

[Object]  A 3621: Sima Section with Lion's Head Spout

Full height and width preserved, full length undeterminable. The lion lacks most of its lower jaw and the right ear. A painted face of acanthus alternating with palmettes; below, a border of maeander ... 7 July 1967