The Athenian Agora XVII

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D.W. Bradeen. The Athenian Agora XVII. Inscriptions: The Funerary Monuments. Princeton 1974.

  • No. 1 (= Agora I 7009 (+ IG I2 928 as frag. e)) – Fragment of a casualty list, 464 BC –stoichedon, lines 1-6
  • No. 2 (= IG I3 1145) – Fragment of a casualty list, before mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 3 (= IG I3 1148) – Fragment of a funerary epigram, before mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 6 (= IG I3 1153) – Casualty list, a little before mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 7 (= IG I3 1159) – Public funerary monument of non-Athenians, mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 9 (= IG I3 1182) – Fragments of public funerary monument, ca. mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 10 (= IG I3 1160) – Fragment of a casualty list, mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 11 (= IG I3 1161) – Fragment of a casualty list, a little after mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 12 (= IG I3 1171) – Fragments of public funerary monument, after mid-5th c. BC, ca. 440 BC (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 13 (= IG I3 1170) – Fragment of an epigram from a public funerary monument, after mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 14 (= IG I3 1172) – Casualty list, after mid-5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 15 (= Agora I 3333 + I 4193 + I 6514) – Fragments of a casualty list, 4th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 16 (= Agora I 2277 + IG I3 945) – Fragment of epigram for Athenian dead at Poteidaia, ca. 432 BC – stoichedon
  • No. 17 (= IG I3 1180) – Fragments from the first Athenian casualty list of the Peloponnesian War, ca. 431 BC (?) – stoichedon (+ copy from Donald R. Laing)
  • No. 18 (= IG I3 1183) – Fragments of a casualty list, ca. 430-425 BC
  • No. 19 (= Agora I 888b) - Fragment of a casualty list, late 5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 20 (= IG I3 1189) – Fragment of a public funerary monument, 450-400 BC
  • No. 21 (= IG I3 1187a) – Fragment of a public funerary monument, 5th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 23 (= IG I3 1191) – Casualty list, ca. 409 BC – stoichedon
  • No. 25 (= Agora I 6953) – Fragment of a casualty list for Athenian deat at Chaironeia (?), 4th c. BC, ca. 338 BC (?)
  • No. 52 (= Agora I 4351) – Funerary monument for Hagnotheos and Nikodike, ca. mid-4th c. BC
  • No. 54 (= Agora I 5384) – Funerary inscription, 4th c. BC
  • No. 75 (= Agora I 5046) – Fragment of a funerary monument, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 83 (= IG II2 11500) – Funerary inscription, late 5th, early 4th c. BC
  • No. 98 (= Agora I 4401) – Funerary monument, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 134 (= Agora I 3538) – Fragment of a funerary stele, before mid-4th c. BC
  • No. 140 (= Agora I 6921) – Fragment from the conclusion of a decree, end of 4th c. BC – stoichedon
  • No. 149 (= Agora I 1010) – Funerary inscription, second half of 4th c. BC
  • No. 247 (= Agora I 5273) – Fragment of a funerary monument, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 250 (= IG I3 1294ter) – Fragment of a funerary monument, ca. 425-400 BC – stoichedon
  • No. 318 (= IG II2 7521) – Fragment of a funerary inscription, ca. 350-300 BC
  • No. 321 (= IG I3 1306) – Funerary monument for Teisimachos, 5th c. BC
  • No. 335 (= Agora I 3760) – Fragment of a funerary monument, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 375 (= IG I3 1288) – Funerary epigram for Makartatos and Melanopos, ca. 410 BC – stoichedon
  • No. 392 (= IG I3 1295) – Funerary inscription for Archeus, end of 5th c. BC, ca. 430-403 BC (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 396 (= IG I3 1341bis) – Funerary inscription for Hermaios, an Egyptian, ca. 425-400 BC (?)
  • No. 468 (= Agora I 3337) – Fragment of a funerary monument, end of 3rd c. BC
  • No. 517 (= IG II2 9011) – Funerary monument, end of 5th, beginning of 4th c. BC
  • No. 522 (= IG I3 1348) – Funerary monument, mid-5th c. BC, ca. 445-430 BC (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 544 (= IG I2 934 (right side) - Funerary monument of Megarians, end of 5th c. BC
  • No. 653 (= IG II2 10178) – Fragment of a funerary inscription, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 662 (= IG I3 1369bis) – Funerary monument, end of 5th, beginning for 4th c. BC, ca. 430-410 (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 672 (= Agora I 4640) – Fragment of a funerary inscription (barely legible squeeze, stone badly weathered), 4th c. BC
  • No. 693 (= IG I3 1305ter) – Grave marker, made from a marble roof tile, for Agonippos, 5th c., ca. 423-410 BC
  • No. 741 (= Agora I 6945) – Fragment of a funerary monument, 4th c. BC
  • No. 760 (= IG II2 11060) – Funerary stele with relief, before mid-4th c. BC
  • No. 810 (= Agora I 1525) – Fragment of a funerary stele, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 813 (= IG I3 1237bis) – Funerary monument, 5th c. BC, 440-425 BC (?)
  • No. 816 (= IG I3 1294bis) – Fragment of a funerary inscription, before mid-5th c. BC, ca. 430-420 BC (?)
  • No. 821 (= Agora I 6264) – Funerary monument for Eumachos, 5th/4th c. BC
  • No. 903 (= Agora I 4298) – Funerary epigram, 5th-3rd c. BC
  • No. 940 (= IG II2 12322) – Fragment of a funerary stele, 4th c. BC
  • No. 999 (= Agora I 1780) – Fragment of a funerary monument, 5th-4th c. BC
  • No. 1017 (= IG I3 1224) – Funerary epigram, ca. 510-500 (?)
  • No. 1019 (= IG I3 1305bis) – Fragment of funerary inscription, ca. 425-400 BC (?)
  • No. 1028 (= IG I3 1381) – Funerary epigram, 5th c. BC, ca. 431-404 BC (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 1029 (= Agora I 512) - Fragment of a funerary epigram, ca. 400 BC – stoichedon
  • No. 1029a (= IG I3 1288bis) – Funerary epigram, 5th-4th c. BC, ca. 410-403 BC (?) – stoichedon
  • No. 1031 (= IG II2 13124) – Fragment of a funerary epigram, 3rd-2nd c. BC