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BI 728: Bone Button

Intact. Button-like object but hole not pierced through. A couple of grooves and ridges near edge; also around "hole". On undersurface, groups of scratches radiating from the center. Catalogued April 1954 ...


I 2729: Marble Fragment

Inscribed fragment. At top of wall, as preserved, inscribed face is up; left face formed part of north face of wall. Sides dressed smooth. Dimensions are maxima visible before removal. Full width preserved; ... 11 December 1934


I 7039: Boundary Stone

Inscribed Agora boundary stone. Top worn smooth by traffic. Corners broken. Inscription written retrograde across top and along left side. Inscription does not cover corners, a fact perhaps indicating ... 27 July 1967


IL 1361: Iron Nails

Six nails. Wide flat heads, short tangs, bent. Hobnails (?) Έξι σιδηροί ήλοι. Many more nails in containers nos. 172-173, from succesive strosis. Finished House B, strosis 5, found on floor. Dec.1, 2003- ... April 1954


P 5117: Black Glaze Vicup with Graffito

Parts of rim missing. Restored in plaster. Similar in shape and fabric to P 5116 (Α 1038), with a similar graffito scratched through the dry glaze in the middle of the floor, as well as on the underside ... 12-15 March 1935


P 13429: Olpe: Inscribed

Neck, handle and much of back wall missing. Flat bottom; gently rounding sides. Above, on the shoulder, painted in the glaze, the ligature delta-epsilon. Pinkish-buff clay. Glazed. Neck glazed inside; ... 8 June 1938


P 22998: Black Glaze Cup Fragment with Graffiti

Kylix foot, complete except for chips; vertical face slightly concave. Glazed on top surface and on inner part of underside; a glazed line also around lower edge of vertical face. Inscribed both on top ... 10 April 1953


S 399: Base with Relief of Charioteer, Warrior ...

The base has been hacked away on top and in the back; great, rough cuttings extend from the central rectangular cutting on the top, presumably made when the base was first cut, to support what ever stood ... 4th c. B.C.


S 922: Relief of Mother of the Gods

Relief in a pedimented niche. The Mother wears a polos and is seated in a chair with a footstool; patera in right hand and tympanon in left; lion in lap. Small standing figures to her right, and to left; ... 16 May 1937


S 2154: Statue of Apollo Patroos

For detailed description see H. A. Thompson's article in ArchEph (1953-1954), pp. 30-44. Catalogued 1961. Found in 1907 ca. 20.00m. south of Temple of Apollo Patroos. Transferred from National Museum, ... 1907