Corinth Object: KA 3
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   KA 3
Category:   Architecture
Category Code:   KA
Object Number:   3
Description:   Thin, rectangular slab with front surface cut back so that edges of slab form frame around recessed central panel. Sides taper slightly toward top. Upper borders project slightly beyond sides of stele. Back of stele worked to fairly smooth surface.
Decoration:   Stuccoed on front and sides.
Material:   Poros limestone.
Condition:   Fragment. Single frgt., lower edge chipped. Top much mutilated by plough. Upper border and shelf preserved only at right side.
Dimensions Actual:   W. at bottom 0,35, W. at top (exclusive of projecting borders) 0,33, W. of side borders ca. 0,07, W. of bottom border ca. 0,08, W. of upper border 0,07, H. of central panel 0,48-0,49, Th. of stele 0,08-0,11.
Dimensions Preserved:   H. 0,69
Period:   Archaic (7th-6th c.)
Chronology:   end of 6th c. BC, according to Corinth 15.1
Provenance:   Corinth.
Findspot Description:   Potters' Quarter. Stelai shrine A. I-33-2 & I-56-21.
Bibliography:   Stillwell 1948, Corinth 15.1, cat. 1, p. 72
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Stillwell, Corinth 15:1, 1948
Image: digital 2012 0760
Notebook Page: NB 106bis, spread 21 (pp. 32 - 33)