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[Object]  T 377: Mold Fragment for Nike Driving a Chariot ...

First interpretation: mold for a sphinx. A thick tile-like fragment, flat in back. A small bit of the back surface preserved; other edges broken. Preserved are a part of the wing feathers and body of ... 9 March 1933

[Object]  T 388: Mold for Plaque

In low relief feet and drapery of figure walking right (dancing Maenad). Broken at the top. A coarse mold with a broad rim. Pinkish buff clay. Middle Stoa Building fill. S.W. trench extension. Leica ... 15 March 1933

[Object]  T 389: Mold Fragment

Fragment of large thick mould, with right hand extended to left (dancing Maenad ?). A broad projecting rim along the preserved right side of the mould. Coarse brick red clay, buff at the surface. Middle ... 16 March 1933

[Object]  T 405: Mold Fragment for Mask

From a circular mold for Medusa mask with a heavy rim. Preserved is part of a cheek with short windblown hair above. Fairly fine orange pink clay. Joins T 429. The two fragments as joined give a good ... 28 March 1933

[Object]  T 421: Mold Fragment for Figurines

Mold for two male figures. Broken on all sides. On the left may been seen a man 's torso from neck to waist, a himation wrapped around his hips. His left arm is bent across him and his right is streched ... 3 April 1933

[Object]  T 429: Mold Fragment for Mask

Part of face of mask preserved. Broken on all sides. Eye, mouth and most of nose preserved. Flat back. Red micaceous clay. Joins T 405. Middle Stoa Building fill, trench M. Leica ... 13 April 1933

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[Object]  T 431: Female Head

Head of woman carrying a basket with offerings. Broken off at the base of the neck. Her hair is parted in the middle from the crown to nape of neck, with a lock falling at either side of the neck. The ... 19 April 1933

[Object]  T 453: Mold Fragment for Chariot Group Figurine

A thick mold like a tile, with part of an uncertain representation, possibly the forelegs of a horse, moving to the left. Well. Leica ... Card: end 2nd-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Object]  T 508: Mold Fragment for Griffin Figurine

First interpretation: mold for drapery. A piece from a large mould. Irregular behind. "Hole". Leica ... 30 May 1933

[Object]  T 574: Relief Plaque Fragment

Back of plaque preserved; edges broken. The back flat. Preserved the forelegs of a horse. Unglazed. Light red clay, very micaceous. Leica ... 22 March 1934