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[Agora Monument] South Stoa II

Possibly Commercial Unknown Conglomerate, Limestone Fair, foundations and parts of stylobate and back wall. South Stoa II ran westward from the south end of the East Building, parallel to the Middle Stoa ... Mid 2nd B.C ... South Stoa II ... South Stoa II

[Agora Publication] Samons II (2006): Thucydides' Sources and the Spartan Plan at Pylos

Samons II, Lore J ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 75.4 4 525-540 ... 2006 ... Samons II (2006)

[Agora Publication] John McK. Camp II (1977): Inscriptions from Palairos

John McK. Camp II ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 46.3 3 277-281 10.2307_148047 ... 1977 ... John McK. Camp II (1977)

[Agora Publication] John McK. Camp, II (1982): Drought and Famine in the 4th Century B.C.

John McK. Camp II ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 20 9-17 10.2307_1353941 ... 1982 ... John McK. Camp, II (1982)

[Agora Publication] Bibliography of C. K. Williams II (1997): Bibliography of Charles K. Williams II

American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 66.1 1 1-5 10.2307_148473 ... 1997 ... Bibliography of Charles K. Williams II

[Agora Publication] Corinth II: The Theatre

Stillwell, Richard ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The theater at Corinth was excavated by T. Leslie Shear from 1925 to 1929 and this book presents a study of the building based on this work. Robbed for stone in antiquity, the organization of the building ... 1952 ... Corinth II

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[Agora Publication] Agora II: Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period

Thompson, M ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Of the 55,492 coins that were recovered from the Athenian Agora during excavations from 1931 to 1949, this catalogue presents 37,000. These range in date from the last century of the Roman Republic to ... 1954 ... Agora II

[Agora Webpage] AgoraPicBk 16 2003: South Stoa II

http://agathe.gr/guide/south_stoa_ii.html

South Stoa II South Stoa II ran westward from the south end of the East Building, parallel to the Middle Stoa (Figs. 38, 41). Dating to the second half of the 2nd century B.C., it consisted of a single ... AgoraPicBk 16 2003: South Stoa II