Corinth Object: I 1
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   I 1
Title:   ARCHAIC POROS INSCRIPTION IN CORINTHIAN ALPHABET: SACRIFICIAL CALENDAR
Category Code:   I
Object Number:   1
Description:   Rectangular block, carefully finished on all surfaces, carved on two faces with deeply cut letters.
Writing:   inscribed. In Corinthian alphabet, boustrophedon:
Face A. 1st line: […] I N IO Φ
2nd line: […] [.] E Σ X
3rd line: [.] [.] Ι Ο
Face B. 1st line: A Ι Κ Ε Ι Θ
Material:   Pale brown oros
Condition:   Fragment. Mended from two frgts., preserving top, two sides, broken on remaining sides.
Period:   Archaic (7th-6th c.)
Findspot Description:   25 April 1898. 2m from top of Temple Hill Steps at depth 1.68. R.D.
Bibliography:   Iversen 2018, Hesperia; Meritt 1931, Corinth 8.1, cat. 1; Corinth 20, 2003; SEG 26.393; HthR 1982, 340-2; AJA 1903, Vol. 7, p. 154; E. Lupu, Greek Sacred Law, 2005, pp. 65-66
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Images (9)
Notebook Page: NB 6, spread 14 (pp. 20 - 21)
Notebook Page: NB 7, spread 11 (p. 15)