- Museum number
Elevation of a Corinthian column standing on a podium at Mylasa with measurements.
Pen and ink on a sheet of paper stuck down on to a second sheet pasted into the volume.
- Production date
Height: 740 millimetres (volume)
Height: 373 millimetres
Width: 530 millimetres (volume)
Width: 258 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For a description of this album see 2013,5005.2.1
The print study 2013,2005.2.23 was used for the engraving in 'Antiquities of Ionia', 1797, Part II, plate XXXI instead of this drawing. The accompanying text in the publication mentions an inscription on a panel on the shaft of the column and transcribes it as follows: "The people have erected Menander son of Ouliades, son of Euthydemus, a benefactor to his country, and descended from benefactors." However, the print study 2013,5005.2.23 and the engraving show the panel without inscription and the panel on the column still standing today appears never to have been written.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- 1800 (June)
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number