By Bakker, Karel Anthonie
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2) (See capital lon-67)]. - The bottom bearing plane has a female column socket for an oval column. Ovoli are painted on the domed echinus. 4) dedicated to Chairion by Alkimachos. Acropolis Museum, item 124.
100-27 The Naxian marble Ionic so-called "Niebor6w" capital, most probably belonging to the Propylon II, Delos [Connected with lon-32 and Ion 48]. Warsaw Nat Museum, item Nb2570MNW. Site found: The locality ofLowics. Origin: Gruben identifies it as Delian [Mickoki deems it hailing from Naxos or Delos]. 368-9). Other dates: The capital which is similar to the early island Ionian types but with strong Athenian influence, based on the proportions and form properties of the capital and in comparison with others, is dated by Mikocki to 500·470 BC (To him certain form properties are 'more advanced' than the others' dated to the Sixth Cent BC).
197) detail related date is 530 BC; Alzinger's (1972-3) date is 530-20 BC (See his Footnote 29 for various other datings,for instance Boehlau and Schefold's (1940-2) date is '560/50 BC, before the Artemision ['D']'. This has now been discounted. Gruben's date is also mentioned). 73) also indicates a date in the second quarter of the Sixth Cent BC, likewise 'determined by dateable detail'. If this date [as Schefold's] of before 550 were to been accepted, this capital would be the frrst Ionian standard example on the eastern Ionian mainland, which is unrealistic.
A corpus of early ionic capitals (PhD thesis, University of Pretoria) volume 1999 by Bakker, Karel Anthonie