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[Object]  I 2138: Imperial Letter Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Perhaps original back. Broken on all other sides. Face badly worn. Imperial Letter of Commodus. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA With IG II2, no. 1112. Transferred to the Epigraphical Museum ... 180-192 A.D.

[Object]  I 3532: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of stele. Upper right corner of grave stele with pediment top, and framed recessed niche for sculpture. The inscription which occupied two lines, one on lower moulding of the pediment, ... February 1936

[Object]  I 3575: Grave Monument Fragment

Fragment of inscribed columnar grave monument. Top preserved. Six letters remain. Hymettian marble. Found in the area of the Stoa of Attalos. Leica ... 2nd.-1st. centuries B.C.

[Object]  I 3703: Imperial Letter Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Fragment (Ρ 112), inscribed face only preserved. Four lines of the inscription preserved. Fragment (Ρ 308), joins to the right of the piece first found. Inscribed face and right ... 2nd. century A.D.

[Object]  I 6022: Marble Fragment: List of Names

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and left side, smooth-finished preserved. Three lines of the inscription preserved, vacat below. White, probably Pentelic marble. Found in latest Roman-early Byzantine ... 16 June 1947

[Object]  I 6390: Marble Fragment: List of Names

Inscribed fragment. Broken all around. Pentelic marble. Found in early Byzantine road fill, northeast of the temple of Ares. Leica PD 2177 ... 29 May 1951

[Object]  I 6685: Prytany Decree Fragments

Inscribed fragments from a monument. Six joining fragments and several splinters; one inscribed fragment does not join. With curved face decorated with small shields in low relief. Lettering in various ... 14 July 1954

[Object]  I 6889: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Fragment of an opisthographic stele; broken all around. Pentelic marble. Found in late Roman fill, at the southwest corner of the Eleusinion. Leica, 82-279, 82-280 PD 2174, 2175 ... 14 May 1959

[Object]  I 6935: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Right edge preserved; sawn with a vertical saw cut down its middle. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Belongs with I 10. Found in demolition of a foundation of the Gymnasium above the front ... 1 July 1959