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Stone floor slab. A well-squared dark grey block. Visible side smoothed; rough-hewn bottom. A triangular male floor element protrudes from one of the sides.

The slab does not present evident traces of biological degradation, except for its vertical surfaces where whitish fouling elements can be observed. These were caused by a superficial (epilithic) colonisation due to encrusting red algae (Corallinaceae).

MEDAGLIA 2002, p. 178



Medaglia S. 2002, Materiali erratici dal mare di Kaulonia, in Archeologia Subacquea, Studi Ricerche, Documenti, III, pp. 163-185.

MUSAS Ref. No.:KAU-13Inv. no.78641Dimensionscm 29.5 x 28.5; max. thickness cm 6.5.MaterialsLimestoneLocationDepot, Archaeological Museum of Ancient KaulonOriginMonasterace (RC). Stretch of coast between the torrent Assi and the Doric temple in the Ancient Caulon.DatingUncertainShare