Stone (Material) [permalink] [show more links]
Broader
Material
Linked to

KE 136 (Stone button or whorl)

KE 194 (Stone Whorl or Button)

KE 232 (Pebble Mosaic)

KE 254 (Millstone)

KE 258 (Late Roman Revetment with Sculpted Decoration)

KE 308 (Whetstone)

KE 382 (Late Roman Schistous Marble Revetment)

KE 466 (Groundstone: hammer or grinder)

KE 687 (Mosaic Fragment)

KE 690 (Ground stone: abrasive)

KE 691 (Schistose Marble with Incised Pattern)

KE 797 (Christian Sigma Table)

KE 828 (Perforated Templon Screen)

KE 1084 (Conical Stone Whorl or Adornment)

KE 1089 (Stone Bead, Whorl, or Button)

KE 1343 (Architectural Molding)

KE 1353 (Late Greek Epitaph?)

KE 1354 (Late Greek Epitaph)

KE 1427 (Pebble?)

KE 1469 (Obsidian Blade)

KE 1588 (Schistose Marble with Incised or Abraded Grooves)

KE 1593 (Schistose Marble Cutting Debris?)

KE 1594 (Schistose Marble Cutting Debris?)

KE 1595 (Schistose Marble Cutting Debris?)

KE 1985 (Porphyry polishing stone)

KTH0433 (Stone Stopper)

KTH1307 (Stone Palette)

KTH2120 (Groundstone)

Limestone (Material)

Marble (Material)

Porphyry (Material)

Stone Stopper

Suggested citation
“Stone (Material).” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/typology/stone>