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2000.02.1033 (Slide Sheet: 51:13)Fragment of Laconian stamped cover tile (left, A 1412); fragments of Laconian stamped pan tiles (right, top to bottom, A 2677, A 1538 and A 1413).1 Jun 2000  
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2000.06.0185 (LV-96)Top: section of terracotta roof tiles (A 1911, A 1913 and A 1914). Center: terracotta well-head (A 1916), section and elevation. Bottom: shallow dish on stand (P 21957), section and elevation. From Well N 7:3, context ca. 450-440 B.C.1952  
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1997.09.0373 (82-271)Tile Standard with pan tile (A 2672) and Attic type cover tile (A 1323). Photographed for Mabel Lang.ca. 1959  
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1997.04.0135 (IX-16)Terracotta roof tiles probably from the Tholos kitchen (second period). Third quarter of the 4th c. B.C.ca. 1935  
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1997.08.0004 (LV-75)Fragments of terracotta roof tiles.August 1952  
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1997.14.0226 (XXXI-92)Architectural terracottas from the Middle Stoa. From left to right, simas (A 825 and A 554), a lion's head spout (A 913) and on the top of the simas, a palmette antefix (A 211).1948  
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2000.02.0737 (Slide Sheet: 44:14)Stamps on terracotta roof tiles found either in or immediately overlying the destruction debris: 1) Dionysios series (A 1309), 2) Diodoros series (A 552), 3) Aigipyros series (A 415), 4) Medeios series (A 544), 5) Mother of the Gods series (A 545). Cf. Hesperia XIX, 1950, pl. 38.1948  
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2000.02.1030 (Slide Sheet: 51:10)Fragments of stamped Laconian pan tiles (left, A 1472; right, A 1483).1 Jun 2000