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I 673: Base

Inscribed statue base. A high rectangular base with mouldings top and bottom, the bottom moulding cut away at the front. Dedication to Aurelius Appianus, son of the cosmete Aurelius Christus. Pentelic ... 3rd. century A.D.


I 4165: Base

Inscribed statue base with dedication. Besides the large piece of the long face, many small fragments were found built into the wall of the modern drain, including one bit with the letters "M H". One fragment ... Second quarter of 4th. century B.C.

I 4606: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face, probably part of rough picked back preserved. Honorary citation only. Two lines of the inscription preserved, inscribed within an incised wreath; at left above wreath, ... 4th.-3rd. centuries B.C.

P 9549: Medallion Fragment with Relief Decoration

From a flat plate with central medallion and no base ring. A bearded male head, left, finely modelled as from a metal mould. Brown metallic glaze. Modern filling. Leica, VI-27, 86-11-26, 93-46-9 ... 27 March 1937

P 13581: Medallion Fragment

Broken all around. Fragment from the central medallion of an early Roman plate; a bearded long-haired head to right. Dull red glaze, rather flaked. Dealer's dump. Modern context. Leica, 93-46-10 ... 14 June 1938

P 22351: Medallion with Relief Decoration

Broken all around. Medallion almost complete: within border of dots, the upper part of a bearded figure, right, wearing a himation leaving the right shoulder free; right arm bent at elbow, hand raised ... 16 May 1952


S 166: Portrait Statue of the Emperor Hadrian

Colossal statue, the legs broken off; the head, the left arm from the shoulder and the right arm from the elbow, all made separately, are missing. The figure wears kilt, corselet and cloak. The corselet ... 117-138 A.D.


S 270: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Nose missing. Surface somewhat worn and chipped. The bearded head made to set in to a separate body, with the neck terminating in a conical 'key' to fit into a socket. The man is bald, the hair at the ... 2nd century A.D.


S 333: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Head of an unknown, middle aged man in a skullcap. The head is broken off at the base of the neck; most of the right ear, the end of the nose and the tip of the left ear are missing. Chips gone from the ... 1st c. B.C.


S 335: Portrait Head of Male Figure

The head is considerably over life-size, broken off below the beard; the tip of the nose is missing, and the back of the head has a rectangular patch of hair (doweled on, with the dowel still in place) ... Early Antonine period.