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[Agora Object] I 15: Honorary Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment of stele. Top, bottom and right side broken, left edge and side preserved; slight taper toward top. Honorary decree voting a golden crown to the Taxiarches who served under the archonship ... 277/6 B.C.

[Agora Object] I 22: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment of stele. Right edge preserved; others broken. Above, bit of drapery; below inscribed. Pentelic marble. Found at a late Roman level in front of Bouleuterion Propylon, southeast of the ... 150 A.D.

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[Agora Object] I 78: Prytany Decree Fragments

Two fragments from the upper part of a stele with pedimental top. Both corners, with finials, are preserved, the right hand piece mended from six fragments; the left hand, from two. The central part of ... 125/4 B.C.

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[Agora Object] I 96: Decree Fragment

Upper part of inscribed stele with crowning moulding. Full width of block preserved, but inscription damaged at right edge. Vote granting a golden crown to Taxiarches who served under the archonship of ... First half of 3rd. century B.C.

[Agora Object] I 109: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of small grave monument. Only inscribed surface preserved. Pentelic (?) marble. Catalogued 1932. Found in wall of the modern house 631/17, east of the Metroon. 16 Leica ... 1931

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[Agora Object] I 118: Dedication Fragment

Small fragment of inscription. Only front surface preserved. Dedication to Tribellius Rufus. Hymettian marble. ADDENDA Joined with I 849, I 786, I 1827. Found in late context, at the southeast of the ... late 1st. century A.D.

[Agora Object] I 147: Dedication Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Back and both sides broken, under surface worked, though unevenly; apparently the projecting crowning moulding of a stele. Fragment from monument which apparently represents in miniature ... (Ε 83) 9 February 1932 (Ε 444) 6 April 1935

[Agora Object] I 220: Honorary Decree Fragments

Fragments of an inscribed stele. Two joining fragments show letters; thickness of stone preserved; back rough picked. Left side shows toothed chisel, with drafted edge; right side possibly cut subsequent ... Early 3rd. century B.C.