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1997.07.0444 (80-370 B)Facade at the south end showing insertion of the ancient elements in the restoration.10 Sep 1956  
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1997.01.0096 (XLV-31)Architectural fragments of Ionic order found in destruction debris and associated with the "Northeast Stoa". Ionic capital fragments: A 1669-A 1674 (A 1672 and 1674 frags a, and b). Ionic architrave fragment (A 1675), crown moulding (A 1676), cornice fragments (A 1677, A 1678), antefix (A 1679), column fragment (A 1680) and marble revetment fragments (A 1681, A 1682). For reference to that Stoa, see Hesperia 21 (1952), p. 87, fig. 1.4 Aug 1950  
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2004.01.0676 (HAT 50-68)Architectural fragments of Ionic order found in destruction debris and associated with the "Northeast Stoa". Ionic capital fragments: A 1669-A 1674 (A 1672 and 1674 frags a, and b). Ionic architrave fragment (A 1675), crown moulding (A 1676), cornice fragments (A 1677, A 1678), antefix (A 1679), column fragment (A 1680) and marble revetment fragments (A 1681, A 1682). For reference to that Stoa, see Hesperia 21 (1952), p. 87, fig. 1.4 Aug 1950  
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2012.52.1434 (XLV-31)Architectual fragments from Northeast slope.4 Aug 1950  
 P-R 6-12Stoa Construction FillSeptember 1949Before ca. 150 B.C. 
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O 13:3Square Byzantine Well South of Middle Stoa Pier 2113-27 May 1953Byzantine 
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H 12:6Rubbish Dump7 June 1937 19 March-17 May 1938Ca. 425-400 B.C. 
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1997.10.0384 (LX-58)Plan and section of a corner geison block bearing the number A 238. Many fragments were doweled together and partly restored in concrete. Included in the reconstructed cornice are the pieces: A 238a , A 239 a & b, A 602, A 2241-2250 and other fragments of A 238 renumbered as A 2251-2254.1953