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[Agora Monument] Metroon

Archive, Temple Unknown Limestone, Marble, Conglomerate Fair, foundations and minimal superstructure. The Metroon served two functions; it was both a sanctuary of the Mother of the Gods and the archive ... 2nd B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Mint

Commercial, Civic Unknown Limestone Poor, partial foundations only. Just east of the fountain house lie the miserable remains of a large square building with several rooms; the northern half lies under ... Late 5th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] South Stoa I

Commercial, Civic Unknown Reused Material, Mudbrick Fair, foundations and walls up to a meter high. Measuring some 80 meters long, South Stoa I takes up much of the south side; its eastern end is the better ... 450-400 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Southwest Fountain House

Hydraulic Unknown Limestone Very poor, foundations only. Closer to the agora proper a row of five public buildings lined the south side of the square in the Classical period (Fig. 29, 36). They comprise ... 350-300 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stoa of Zeus

Civic, Religious Unknown Pentelic Marble, Limestone Poor, foundations and fragments of superstructure. Lying just south of the railroad tracks, along the west side, are the remains of the Stoa of Zeus ... 450-400 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stoa Poikile

Social, Military Display, Museum Peisianax Limestone, Some Marble Fair, foundations and parts of superstructure. Across modern Hadrian Street are the most recent excavations (2003), along the north side ... 500-450 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Temple of Hephaistos

Temple Athenian Demos Pentelic Marble, Parian Marble (Ashlar Blocks) Excellent, most of superstructure remains. Overlooking the Agora from the hill to the west (Kolonos Agoraios), is the Hephaisteion, ... Mid 5th B.C.