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A 408: Capital

A virtually square capital carved with seven petaled palmettes on the face and leaves at the corners. A square dowel hole irregularly placed on top. A rosette above the palmette is preserved on only one ... Byzantine

A 409: Impost Block

A square impost block, carved on the beveled edge with trefoil ornament in the corners, cross with circles in the center, with two crosses in diamonds with dotted triangles as filling ornaments on either ... Byzantine


A 2268: Anta Capital

Largely complete; at the back a rough-picked projection to tie into the wall. Carved all around with acanthus, petal and palmette pattern in low relief, between moldings. Pentelic marble. Gymnasium Southeast ... 14 April 1953

A 3058: Impost Block

Part of one straight flaring end preserved with a simple broad leaf pattern. Early Christian. Circled marbles in section Ο. Leica ... May 1960

A 3212: Impost Capital

Early Christian. Provenience unknown. Leica ... 1960


A 3301: Impost Block

One corner of block hacked or broken away. Two adjacent sides decorated; on one, in the center, a cross with tendrils in the angles flanked by acanthus leaves; at the corner, water leaves. On long side, ... 1961


B 293: Cross

A Latin cross with projections at the corners. One side decorated with small concentric circles around dots. Church of Christ, S.E. corner below period B floor level and above tiles. Leica, color slide ... 19 March 1936

B 304: Plaque : Horseman

Head of rider missing. A spirited horse faces right; the warrior rider holds a long lance in his right hand, which is held up and back. A very thin plaque, the back plain; details on the front in low relief ... 24 March 1936

B 674: Pendant

A small thin plaque stamped with the figures of Virgin and Child. Back plain; suspension ring above; one raised hand broken off. Cf. Hesperia Suppl. 5 (1941), p. 5, fig. 1 (Grave 33). Infant 's grave ... 9 March 1939


G 61: Bowl

A small puncture in the side; otherwise intact. A thin wall blown into a calyx mould. Oxidized to greenish brown. Broken in vitrine and mended resulting in substantial hole in the side. Not known when ... 24 March 1936