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[Agora Report] 1939 ΩΔ: The Odeion

Homer A. Thompson ... The exploration of the Odeon was resumed and the remainder of the late accumulation around the foundations of both the Odeion and the overlying late Roman building were removed, and the pre-Odeion ground ... 1 Jun 1938-23 Jun 1939

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[Agora Object] A 1085: Puteal

Kymation top and bottom. Mouth much worn by ropes. Marble. Well in S.E. corner of court of Late Roman Building; context of 12th century A.D. 330 Leica ... 13 June 1939

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[Agora Object] A 1145: Column Drum: Ionic

About one half remains, preserving full height. One of two dowel holes remains in top. Surface hammer dressed; unfluted. Drum of Odeion column, main order. Pentelic marble. Found at L/5-9/11 (Fall 2016) ... August 1946

[Agora Object] A 1146: Column Drum: Ionic

About half remains, but one end is broken away. Unfluted; hammer dressed. Drum of Odeion column, main order. Pentelic marble. Found at L/4-9/12 (Fall 2016). From marble pile to west of Odeion. Leica ... August 1946

[Agora Object] A 1164: Stylobate Fragment

Both sides are preserved, rough-picked, the anathyrosis broken away; both ends are broken. Top and bottom hammer dressed; cf. sketch in notebook I, p. 153; other fragments, notebook III, p. 548. From Odeion, ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1168: Orthostate Block Fragment

Broken away above and much mutilated elsewhere. Clearly from an outside corner having two adjoining faces finished and two prepared as joint surfaces. Apophyge on two outer faces. From Odeion. Pentelic ... April 1935

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[Agora Object] A 1175: Pedestal Fragment

Fragment from lower block of giant pedestal retaining moldings on one side; no relief. Lewis hole and one of its two dowel holes in the top. Note small joining slab on top. From Odeion. Pentelic marble ... August 1946

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[Agora Object] A 1176: Pedestal Fragment

Three joining fragments forming most of the upper part of a pedestal which had been used twice for giant figures. Cuttings of top include: lewis hole in middle; two dowels for statue in Period I; one pry ... August 1946