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[Agora Image] 1997.20.0381 (LVI-39)

Drawing of two burials. At left: in Section ΚΚ, pit tomb, child inhumation at 46/ΜΖ-Η (Deposit D 7:1). At right: in Section Φ, pit tomb, adult inhumation at 67/Ι (Deposit M 16-17:1) ... Piet de Jong ... PD 433 PD 436 no mention of artist in PD book for 433. Piet de Jong for 436 ... March 1936

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[Agora Drawing] PD 433 (DA 6267)

Plan of a Submycenaean burial. Grave 23 ... Dorothy B. Thompson ... Cf. Hesperia 6 (1937), p. 364. PD 433 is on left side of negative. LVI-39 LVI-39 ... 30/03/1936

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[Agora Drawing] PD 436 (DA 6271)

Plan of a Protogeometric grave ... Piet de Jong ... PD 436 is on right side of negative LVI-39. LVI-39 LVI-39 Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink

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[Agora Image] 2012.53.0737 (LVI-39)

Drawing of two burials. At left: in Section ΚΚ, pit tomb, child inhumation at 46/ΜΖ-Η (Deposit D 7:1). At right: in Section Φ, pit tomb, adult inhumation at 67/Ι (Deposit M 16-17:1) ... Piet de Jong ... PD 433 PD 436 no mention of artist in PD book for 433. Piet de Jong for 436 Horizontal (normal) ... March 1936

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[Agora Deposit] D 7:1: Pit tomb, child inhumation

Grave 23 in notebook (E.L. Smithson: Grave IV: SM). Few bones: discarded. JP says 46/ΜΖ-MΗ Negs. KK 99, KK 100, KK 101, X-61, X-62, X-63 PD 433 ... Final Mycenaean/Submycenaean

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[Agora Deposit] M 16-17:1: Pit Tomb, Adult Inhumation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave II: SM). Unlined trench, roughly the size of the deceased, cut into bedrock to a depth of just over 1.50m. Oriented north-south, the tomb pit measured 1.69m in length (length ... Late Mycenaean/Submycenaean-Earliest Protogeometric

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[Agora Image] 1997.20.0017 (XI-21)

Damaged urn cremation. Deposit M 17:3. Fragments of pot in position. In foreground, the modern well with plank across it. Upper left in heavy shadow, part of bedrock cutting which later proved to be the ... southwest ... 26 Feb 1937

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[Agora Image] 1997.20.0018 (XI-22)

Damaged urn cremation. Deposit M 17:3. Fragments of pot in position. Lower right, the modern well. Heavy shadow at left: part of bedrock cutting which later proved to be the mouth of a Protogeometric well ... west ... 26 Feb 1937