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Marble funerary marker in form of loutrophoros-amphora; four figures in low relief, named Medon, Pherias, Mnesimede and Olympiodoros.
- Made in: Athens
- Height: 80 centimetres
20 July 2006
Retouch scratches and abrasions to surface.
The object is structurally in good condition. There are minor scratches and abrasions over the surface of the object. The proper right handle has been lost and a replacement (plaster) has been added. This requires some attention around the join plus some retouching.
The join around the replacement handle was improved using Flugger. The fill, replacement handle and surface scratches and abrasions were then retouched with Rowney's Cryla colours (acrylic) to match the original stone.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA62099
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