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1997.09.0099 (LVI-95)Junction of the Middle Stoa drain and the West Branch of the Great Drain. Note lead pipe in center right.29 Mar 1953  
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1997.09.0381 (LVIII-27)Room 2 of the Civic Offices. Middle Stoa terrace wall in background. In center, stone cover slabs of East Branch of Great Drain; over them, a pressure pipe line. Beyond the tile covering over Drain 4 is the older line of Drain 4 and an open channel, #13. All drains are located under the Hellenistic pavement of the Agora.29 Apr 1953  
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1997.09.0382 (LVIII-28)Room 2 of the Civic Offices. Middle Stoa terrace wall in background. In center, stone cover slabs of East Branch of Great Drain; over them, a pressure pipe line. The tile covering over Drain 4 has been removed, and beyond is the older line of Drain 4 and an open channel, #13. All drains are located under the Hellenistic pavement of the Agora.May 1953  
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1997.09.0390 (LII-67)Lead water pipe at eastern end of section, just north of Late Roman enclosure wall. At right, the enclosure wall with martyra. The sections of the pipe can be distinguished by the enlarged diameter at the joints. The section in the foreground is in two fragments. In the background, house (652/1) on Polygnotou 15.2 May 1952  
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1997.10.0150 (LII-25)6th c. A.D. house after removal of Layer I, showing the apse of the Late Roman Complex and the drains.March 1952  
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1997.11.0130 (87-654)Detail of an archaic pipeline (overflow from the Southeast Fountain House) where it passes through Room Ic of the Street Stoa.July 1975  
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1997.12.0356 (3-261)Terracotta water pipes of the 6th c. B.C.10 Jun 1933  
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1997.13.0084 (LXXIX-38)Area west of the Holy Apostles and north of the Southeast Fountain House. Terracotta pipelines leading away from the east basin of the Southeast Fountain House. At left, larger, later line. At right, smaller, earlier line. Above, the northeast corner of the fountain house.11 Aug 1955