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[Agora Object] ST 703: Catapult Ball

Small fragment missing from one side. Cut from hard breccia. Cf. ST 702. From deep stony fill in middle of peristyle of Heliaia. 3471 Leica, 83-91 ... 3 August 1960

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[Agora Object] ST 704: Catapult Ball

Small fragment missing from one side. Cut from hard breccia. From deep stony fill in middle of peristyle of Heliaia. 3471 Leica, 83-91 ... 3 August 1960

[Agora Object] ST 705: Catapult Ball

Flake broken from side of ball. Cut from hard breccia. ADDENDA Balls found in Pompeion measure 0.14-0.35m. Cf. AM 56 (1931), p. 4. From deep stony fill in middle of peristyle of Heliaia. 3471 Leica, 83-91 ... 3 August 1960

[Agora Object] ST 706: Catapult Ball Fragment

One half of ball remains. Coarse conglomerate, roughly worked. Cf. ST 703-705. From plundered trench of inner, earlier peristyle of Heliaia; context as late as of 1st. century B.C. 3961 Leica, 83-91 ... 28 July 1961

[Agora Object] ST 707: Catapult Ball

Complete; coarsely worked. Breccia. Cf. ST 703-705, 708. Southwest corner of peristyle of Heliaia, with industrial waste of early Roman date. 3957 Leica, 83-91 ... 28 July 1961

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[Agora Object] ST 708: Catapult Ball

Complete; coarsely worked. Breccia. Cf. ST 703-705, 707. Southwest corner of peristyle of Heliaia, with industrial waste of early Roman date. 3957 Leica, 83-91 ... 28 July 1961

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[Agora Image] 2012.58.1189 (87-496)

Plan, elevation, and sections of the "Heliaia" (now identified as the Aiakeion) and the Water Clock ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... PD 1516 AMS Horizontal (normal) ... 1966

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[Agora Image] 2012.59.0290 (88-349)

Restored plan showing the "Heliaia" (now identified as the Aiakeion), the South Stoa I, the Southeast Fountain House and the Mint, ca. 400 B.C ... W.B. Dinsmoor, Jr ... PD 2449 AMS Horizontal (normal) ... 1979