One of my side projects this summer was to check out the architectural sculpture from the Lechaion basilica and a nearby fountain house. In particular, I wanted to compare the ionic impost capitals present at both sites. The capitals are in fancy Proconnesian marble and look like they were produced by masons with ties across the Mediterranean. I've blogged about this before.
These are from the basilica:
These are from the fountain house:
The impost capitals from the fountain house are particularly significant because it is one of the few occasions where this kind of architectural sculpture appears in a building other than a church. And the relationship to the column capitals from Lechaion should be pretty clear.