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[Agora Report] 1967 Ε: Section Ε: 1967

T. Leslie Shear, Jr ... The campaign of 1967 included both excavation and architectural study of various monuments in Section Ε along the east side of the Great Drain. Excavation took place in and about the Peribolos of the Eponymous ... 4 Jun-2 Aug 1967

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[Agora Object] A 194: Balustrade Cap Fragments

Five fragments, some preserve ends and transverse sections of truncated triangular shape. a) End and section preserved; dowel (0.047m. x 0.04m, D. 0.045m.) on bottom at end; cutting for hook clamp (L ... 1932

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[Agora Object] A 1785: Fence Post Fragment

Broken at bottom, all the other surfaces preserved. The tapering fillet appears on both front and back. Dowel hole, well cut, on top, and socket for rails preserved on both sides. From the enclosure of ... 17 April 1951

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[Agora Object] A 3626: Fence Post

Broken at top and along one side. Full width preserved at back. Front has shallow groove tapering toward bottom. Sides have slot for fence rails. Dowel hole in bottom outside edge for doweling to sill ... 31 July 1967

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[Agora Object] A 3627: Fence Post

Fragment of poros fence. Broken along one side and recut at top; original surfaces preserved front, back, one side and bottom. Shallow longitudinal groove tapering toward bottom in both front and back ... 31 July 1967

[Agora Object] A 3628: Fence Post

Broken at top; original surface preserved on all other faces. Back rough-picked. Front and sides left slightly rough with smooth band along edges. Sides preserve bottom of first slot for fence rail on ... 31 July 1967

[Agora Object] A 3629: Fence Post

Broken at top and upper parts of sides. All four sides worked smooth, bottom rough-picked. From late reconstruction of Peribolos of Eponymous Heroes. Pentelic marble. Found at I/19-11/2 (Fall 2016). Found ... 31 July 1967

[Agora Object] A 3630: Fence Post

Broken at top and bottom but original surface preserved on four sides. Several joining fragments. All sides worked smooth. One slot for fence rail preserved on each side. From late reconstruction of Peribolos ... 31 July 1967