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2008.16.0064 (3-74)Base fragment.   
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2008.16.0087 (3-194)Fragment of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0093 (3-233)Inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0094 (3-234)Inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0099 (3-291)Lower part of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0104 (4-27)Fragment of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0105 (4-28)Fragment of prytany list.   
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2008.16.0106 (4-29)Fragment of honorary decree.   
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2008.16.0108 (4-31)Tribal decree fragment.   
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2008.16.0109 (4-32)Fragment of inscribed column drum.   
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2008.16.0110 (4-33)Inscription fragment.   
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2008.16.0111 (4-34)Prytany decree fragment.   
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2008.16.0112 (4-35)Honorary decree fragment.   
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2008.16.0113 (4-36)Epigram fragment.   
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2008.16.0114 (4-37)Fragment of boundary stone.   
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2008.16.0115 (4-38)Prytany list fragment.   
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2008.16.0116 (4-39)Dedication fragment.   
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2008.16.0117 (4-40)Dedication fragment.   
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2008.16.0119 (4-42)Inscription fragment.   
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2008.16.0120 (4-43)Dedication fragment.   
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2009.04.0052 (4-79)Inscribed epistyle block.11 Jun 2008  
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2008.16.0122 (4-80)Inscribed statue base.   
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2008.16.0124 (4-82)Lower part of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0134 (4-92)Fragments of inscribed architrave.   
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2008.16.0135 (4-93)Inscribed statue base.   
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2008.16.0136 (4-94)Lower part of inscribed columnar base.   
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2008.16.0137 (4-95)Lower part of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0143 (4-145)Fragments of dedication monument. The large fragment to the right is in the Epigraphical Museum (IGII2 1319).   
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2008.16.0145 (4-147)Ephebic decree: 127/6 B.C. on Hymettian marble. I 989, frag. a joined to EM 564 (below). Part of I 286.   
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2008.16.0146 (4-148)Ephebic decree: 127/6 B.C. on Hymettian marble. I 286, frag. b, I 989, frag, b.   
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2008.16.0148 (4-151)Ephebic decree: 127/6 B.C. on Hymettian marble. I 286, frag. c, I 989, frag, c and I 992.   
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2008.16.0149 (4-152)Ephebic decree: 127/6 B.C. on Hymettian marble. I 286, frag. a, I 958 and EM 7605.   
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2008.16.0153 (4-172)Fragment of inscribed stele.   
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2008.16.0156 (4-229)Inscription fragment.   
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2008.16.0166 (5-31)Grave monument fragments. I 702 to the left, I 509 to the right.   
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2008.16.0235 (6-199)Honorary decree fragments.   
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2012.21.0275 (3-40)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall I. The image 1997.16.0070 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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2012.21.0276 (3-41)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall II. The image 1997.16.0069 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0071 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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2012.21.0277 (3-42)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall III. The image 1997.16.0070 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0072 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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2012.21.0278 (3-43)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall IV. The image 1997.16.0071 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0073 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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2012.21.0347 (3-113)Akroterion from the Stoa of Zeus. Winged female figure, flying, wearing double-girt chiton. Life size Nike. Pentelic marble. Right side view.1933  
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2012.21.0359 (3-125)Progress of the excavations in the central area of the Agora. In foreground are the foundations uncovered by Dr. Dörpfeld in 1896 and by the Greek Archaeological Society in 1907 (Section ΟΕ). The partly demolished wall is all that remains of the northern end of Poseidonos Street, removed by the end of the season. Cf. 1997.09.0032 for a view of the trenches three months earlier.April 1933  
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2012.21.0364 (3-130)View of the section during excavation. On the extreme right, the south end of the Stoa of Attalos is visible, on the left is the Chapel of St. Spyridon. In order to read more about that church see Hesperia 4 (1935), pp. 442-469.1 Apr 1933  
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2012.21.0365 (3-131)View of the threshold and the marble piers of the archway that marks the beginning of a marble-paved street leading directly to the Market of Caesar and Augustus.April 1933  
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2012.21.0396 (3-162)Roof tile from the Hellenistic Metroon with dedication to the Mother of Gods.1933  
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2012.22.0011 (3-176)Looking at the intermediate space between the two faces of the Late Roman Fortification Wall filled with architectural members.9 May 1933  
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2012.22.0021 (3-186)Dedicatory inscription as found built into the Late Roman Fortification Wall. Cf. Hesperia Suppl. 8 (1949), pl. 26.1933  
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2012.22.0031 (3-196)Section Θ showing the foundations of the Middle Stoa. Patousa Street runs north-south in the center of the photograph.9 May 1933  
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2012.22.0042 (3-219)Site of a Mycenaean grave, disturbed chamber tomb. Deposit J 8:4.19 May 1933  
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2012.22.0062 (3-239)Akroterion from the Stoa of Zeus. Head bound by fillet. Life size Nike. Pentelic marble. Front view.1933  
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2012.22.0080 (3-257)Southwest corner of the tower of the Late Roman Fortification Wall at the southwest corner of the Library of Pantainos. Cf. Agora XXIV, pl. 5, Tower W3.8/6/1933  
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2012.22.0083 (3-260)Draped female figure. Colossal statue as found in the wall of the tower at the southwest corner of the Library of Pantainos.10 Jun 1933  
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2012.22.0084 (3-261)Terracotta water pipes of the 6th c. B.C.10 Jun 1933  
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2012.22.0110 (3-287)Marble roof tiles on the floor of a rectangular pit. Drain at 55/ΙΖ-ΙΘ.26 Jun 1933  
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2012.22.0135 (3-312)At right, the Late Roman Fortification Wall. The chapel of St. Spyridon at center right, behind the Stoa of Attalos.5 Jul 1933  
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2012.22.0156 (3-332)Large triangular marble base for a bronze tripod. Each of the three sides of the pedestal is adorned in relief with a single life-size figure. Archaizing Neo-Attic style dated in the 2nd c. B.C.July 1933  
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2012.22.0164 (3-340)West face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall in the Library of Pantainos with the drums of a column at the bottom and miscellaneous marble blocks. Cf. 1997.12.0199 for the reconstitution of the column.July 1933  
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2012.22.0165 (3-341)View of the excavations. Acropolis at lower right corner, the area of the Agora is in the center.5 Jul 1933  
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2012.22.0167 (4-2)Agora West side, section Β. Looking northwest from the upper balcony of House 636/10 (in Section Κ). In foreground, Section Ζ. The houses, which face on Poseidonos Street, are as follows: extreme left, part of wall of 631b/5; then the single-storied white house (631b/4), which has served as business office, tool house and architects' office during the years 1931-1933; then Houses 631b/2 and 631b/1. At center top, the small white house behind the tree is the projection house of the summer motion picture theatre in Theseion Square. It will serve as business office in 1934.19 Aug 1933  
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2012.22.0269 (4-101)Church of Prophet Elias and St. Charalambos.28 Feb 1934  
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2012.22.0284 (4-116)Altar of the Twelve Gods and the Leagros base. Southwest corner of the sanctuary during excavations.21 Mar 1934  
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2012.22.0285 (4-117)Statue base with a dedication by Leagros.1934  
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2012.22.0326 (4-158)Inscribed stele of Hymettian marble (the condemnation of Philokrates) as it was found in a retaining wall behind the Tholos.3 Apr 1934  
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2012.22.0332 (4-164)Survey pits in the railroad cut in order to find the other corners of the Altar of the Twelve Gods. Cf. Hesperia 4 (1935), p. 357.14 Apr 1934  
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2012.22.0353 (4-185)View of the area of the Tholos.21 April 1934  
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2012.22.0354 (4-186)View of the Tholos.21 April 1934  
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2012.22.0359 (4-191)General view of the bath. In the background the Church of Vlassarou.21 Apr 1934  
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2012.22.0361 (4-193)Southwest corner of the Odeion.21 Apr 1934  
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2012.22.0377 (4-209)Site of the cave on the Areopagus.21 Apr 1934  
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2012.23.0031 (4-263)Central and west areas of the Agora.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0032 (4-264)Excavations on the west side. Stoa of Zeus in the foreground with Stoa Annex on the right.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0035 (4-267)Temple of Apollo Patroos.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0038 (4-270)Round pit beneath Temple II of Apollo and Temple of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria. The curb stones found in the pit have been placed on the temple foundations.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0039 (4-271)General view of the Metroon. Bouleuterion in the foreground, Church of Vlassarou in the background.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0040 (4-272)Excavations on the west side showing Tholos, Bouleuterion and Metroon in foreground.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0053 (4-285)View of the Great Drain and the related channels.12 May 1934  
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2012.23.0134 (4-365)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Demetrios. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0135 (4-366)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Simeon Stylites. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0136 (4-367)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Nicholas. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0137 (4-368)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Kyriake. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0138 (4-369)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Paraskeve. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0139 (4-370)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Barbara. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0140 (4-371)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Spyridon. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0141 (4-372)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Saint Antonios. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0142 (4-373)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Angel from the Annunciation. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0143 (4-374)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Virgin Mary from the Annunciation. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0144 (4-375)Wall paintings. Later frescoes. Head of Christ. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0145 (4-376)Church of Prophet Elias and Saint Charalambos: fresco of Saint Michael. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.1934  
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2012.23.0158 (4-390)Graves after cleaning. At top right, a disturbed inhumation with only the upper part of the body preserved (Deposit E 14:12); in center, the inhumation of a youth (Deposit E 14:13) with pots <i>in situ</i>: an aryballos (P 3644), a skyphos (P 3645), one-handled cup (P 3646) and an oinochoe (P 3647).25 Apr 1934  
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2012.23.0183 (5-24)Akroterion from the Stoa of Zeus. Fragments of wings from the figure of Nike. Pentelic marble.1935  
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2012.23.0184 (5-25)Akroterion from the Stoa of Zeus. Winged female figure, flying, wearing double-girt chiton. Life size Nike. Pentelic marble. Back view.1935  
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2012.23.0265 (5-106)Chapel formely enclosed in the courtyard of no. 16 Evrysakiou.1935  
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1997.02.0258 (1-104 A)City plan of the 'American' zone of the Agora.1930  
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1997.16.0069 (3-40)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall I. The image 1997.16.0070 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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1997.16.0070 (3-41)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall II. The image 1997.16.0069 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0071 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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1997.16.0071 (3-42)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall III. The image 1997.16.0070 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0072 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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1997.16.0072 (3-43)Wall paintings. Later frescoes, South Wall IV. The image 1997.16.0071 joins at left and the image 1997.16.0073 joins at right.7 Mar 1933  
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1997.03.0132 (3-113)Akroterion from the Stoa of Zeus. Winged female figure, flying, wearing double-girt chiton. Life size Nike. Pentelic marble. Right side view.1933  
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1997.09.0026 (3-125)Progress of the excavations in the central area of the Agora. In foreground are the foundations uncovered by Dr. Dörpfeld in 1896 and by the Greek Archaeological Society in 1907 (Section ΟΕ). The partly demolished wall is all that remains of the northern end of Poseidonos Street, removed by the end of the season. Cf. 1997.09.0032 for a view of the trenches three months earlier.April 1933  
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1997.12.0281 (3-130)View of the section during excavation. On the extreme right, the south end of the Stoa of Attalos is visible, on the left is the Chapel of St. Spyridon. In order to read more about that church see Hesperia 4 (1935), pp. 442-469.1 Apr 1933