Lead fill, frame, shim, strip, clamp, sheet, or raw-state [permalink] [show more links]
Typology Item
Architectural Element
Linked to

KM147 (Raw Lead(?))

KM202 (Lead Strip)

KM210 (Raw Lead(?))

KM212 (Lead Strip)

KM259 (Lead strip)

KM285 (Raw lead?)

KE 1024 (Architectural Lead)

KE 1025 (Ancient Lead Strip)

KE 1420 (Large Lead Clamp)

KE 1649 (Lead Strip)

KE 1740 (Lead Sheeting)

KE 1741 (Lead Strip)

KE 1790 (Lead Strip)

KE 1833 (Lead Pin or Dowel)

KE 1994 (Lead Sheeting)

KE 2098 (Lead Architectural Clamp)

KE 2099 (Lead Architectural Clamp)

KE 2100 (Lead Architectural Clamp)

KE 2012 (Lead architectural clamp)

KE 2102 (Lead Architectural Clamp)

KE 2379 (Lead Strip)

KE 2381 (Lead Sheeting)

KE 2382 (Architectural lead)

KE 2383 (Architectural lead)

KE 2385 (Lead Strip)

KE 2386 (Lead Strip)

KE 2387 (Lead Strip)

KE 2388 (Architectural Lead)

KE 2389 (Lead Framing or Clamp)

KE 2391 (Lead Nail or Clamp)

KE 2394 (Lead Dowel, Tenon, or Nail)

KE 2395 (Architectural Lead)

KE 2396 (Architectural Lead)

KE 2397 (Architectural Lead)

KE 2398 (Lead Clamp)

KTH0173 (Architectural Lead)

KTH0181 (Architectural Lead)

KTH2826 (Architectural Lead)

KTH2827 (Architectural Lead)

KTH2828 (Architectural Lead)

Suggested citation
“Lead fill, frame, shim, strip, clamp, sheet, or raw-state.” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2024. <http://kenchreai.org/typology/lead-filling-etc>