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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 ... period (Fig. 29, 36). They ... of the letter L (Fig. 30).

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[Agora Monument] Church of Saint Dionysios

Religious Unknown Concrete Rubble Fair, foundations and some walls ... 6th to 7th A.D. 16th A.D ... 59

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[Agora Monument] Church of the Holy Apostles

Religious Unknown Limestone, Brick and Mortar Fully restored. Several churches were removed following the excavation of the modern neighborhoods overlying the Agora. The Church of the Holy Apostles, because ... 11th A.D ... (Figs. 67–70; for location, see Fig. 41). Dated to the ... Figure 70. Church of the Holy

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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 ... (Early Roman) (Figs. 36, 37; see also Fig. 41).

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[Agora Monument] Northwest Corner and the Hermes

Religious Unknown Marble Fair, numerous fragments and some bases. The area of the northwest corner is where the Panathenaic Way, leading from the main gate of Athens, the Dipylon, entered the Agora square ... Classical Hellenistic ... square (Figs. 58, 59). This ... (Fig. 60)."Menekles or ... public square. Figure 59. A

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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 ... Agorakritos (cf. Fig. 20), seen by ... official records (Fig. 19). The

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[Agora Monument] Square Peristyle

Law Court Unknown Limestone, Conglomerate Poor, foundations only. Underlying the north end of the Stoa of Attalos are the slight remains of a group of buildings dating to the 5th and 4th centuries B.C ... 4th B.C ... B.C. (Fig. 50). Largely open ... (Fig. 51). Figure 50. Plan of ... figs, summoners, bunches of

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[Agora Monument] Tholos

Administrative, Dining, Civic Athenian Demos Limestone, Mudbrick Poor, foundations only. The south half of the west side was given over to the major administrative buildings used to run the Athenian democracy ... Ca. 470 B.C ... Athenian democracy (Fig. 14) ... terracotta roof tiles (Fig. 15) ... (Fig. 16). Figure 16. Public

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[Agora Monument] Temple of Apollo Patroos

Temple, Religious Unknown Limestone, Conglomerate Fair, foundations and lower part of superstructure. Next to the Stoa of Zeus at the south are the remains of a small temple of Apollo Patroos (Fatherly), ... 4th B.C ... included the Athenians (Fig ... Pausanias (Fig. 11). Figure 10.

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[Agora Monument] Royal Stoa

Civic Unknown Limestone Fair, foundations and lower part of superstructure. On the west side, lying just south of the Panathenaic Way, are the remains of the Royal Stoa (Stoa Basileios), one of the earliest ... Late 6th. B.C. to 5th B.C ... buildings of Athens (Figs. 61, ... democracy (Fig. 63), and Sokrates ... middle (Fig. 64). It should

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[Agora Monument] Library of Pantainos

Library Pantainos Concrete, Marble Fair, lower parts of walls preserved. Lying partially under and behind the Late Roman wall are the remains of a building identified by its inscribed marble lintel block ... 100 A.D ... around A.D. 100 (Figs. 43, ... hour until the sixth" (Fig ... century A.D. (Fig. 46), and the

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[Agora Monument] Panathenaic Way

Transportation Unknown Packed Gravel Good Numerous roads led in and out of the Agora square. By far the most important, however, was the broad street known as the Dromos or Panathenaic Way, the principal ... 6th B.C. to 12th A.D ... thoroughfare of the city (Fig. 4) ... south side (Fig.5). Basins in ... (Fig. 6). It seems also to

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[Agora Monument] Odeion

Assembly, Entertainment Agrippa Marble, Limestone Fair, foundations and parts of superstructure. Late in the 1st century B.C. the Athenians were given money for a new marketplace by Caesar and Augustus, ... Late 1st B.C ... square (Fig. 52). The ... level on the north (Fig. 53) ... (Fig. 54). Figure 54. Giant

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[Agora Monument] Southeast Fountain House

Hydraulic Unknown Limestone Poor, foundations only. The slight traces just south of the Church of the Holy Apostles have been identified as the remains of an early fountain house (Figs. 33, 34). The identification ... Late 6th B.C ... early fountain house (Figs ... side chambers (Fig. 35). The

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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 ... to the Middle Stoa (Figs

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[Agora Monument] Middle Stoa

Commercial Unknown Conglomerate, Limestone Fair, foundations and east stylobate with column drums. The appearance of the south side of the Agora was radically changed during the 2nd century B.C. with the ... Mid 2nd B.C ... (Fig. 38). Of the Classical ... a terracotta roof (Fig

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[Agora Monument] East Building

Commercial Unknown Limestone Fair, foundations and lower parts of walls, marble chipped floor. Running southward from the east end of the Middle Stoa is the East Building. Its eastern half takes the form ... Mid 2nd B.C ... tables (Fig. 40). The

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[Agora Monument] Bouleuterion

Civic, Assembly Unknown Limestone Poor, foundations only. Just uphill from the Tholos was the Bouleuterion, meeting place of the boule, or senate. Five hundred Athenian citizens were chosen by lot to serve ... 450-400 B.C ... 500 B.C. (Figs. 17, 18)

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[Agora Monument] Boundary Stones of the Agora

Boundary Marker Unknown Parian Marble Excellent, displayed in Agora Museum. Inscribed marble posts were used to mark the entrances to the Agora wherever a street led into the open square. Two have been ... Ca. 500 B.C ... around 500 B.C. (Figs. 23, ... Simon (Figs. 25, 26).

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[Agora Monument] House of Simon the Cobbler

Domestic, Workshop Unknown Stone Poor, minimal superstructure. Inscribed marble posts were used to mark the entrances to the Agora wherever a street led into the open square. Two have been found in situ, ... 5th B.C ... around 500 B.C. (Figs. 23, ... Simon (Figs. 25, 26).

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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 ... mainland Greece (Fig. 12). It ... century A.D. (Fig. 13), saving

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[Agora Monument] Stoa of Attalos

Commercial Attalos II of Pergamon Conglomerate, Limestone, Pentelic Marble, Hymettian Marble Fully Restored Lining the east side of the Agora square is the Stoa of Attalos (Fig. 47), built during the reign ... Ca. 150 B.C ... Stoa of Attalos (Fig. 47), ... in 1953–1956 (Figs. 48,

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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 ... preserved (Figs. 31, 32). It had

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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 ... (Freedom) (Figs. 8, 9). This cult

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[Agora Monument] Eponymous Heroes

Civic, Notice Board, Statue Base Unknown Limestone, Marble Poor, sill of fence preserved and five blocks from superstructure, two marble crowning blocks not in situ. Across the street from the Metroon ... 350-300 B.C ... Eponymous Heroes (Fig. 21). When ... heroes of the tribes (Fig

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[Agora Monument] Post-Herulian Fortification Wall

Fortification Unknown Reused Limestone and Marble Material, Rubble Core Good, up to three meters high. East of the East Building and Mint we arrive once again at the Panathenaic Way, which in this area ... Ca. 282 A.D ... century A.D. (Fig. 42). The

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[Agora Monument] Temple of Ares

Temple, Religious Unknown Limestone Foundations, Marble Superstructure Poor, foundations only and some blocks from the superstructure. Just north of the Odeion lie the ruins of a building identified by ... 5th B.C. 1st A.D ... temple of Ares (Figs. 56, 57).

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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 ... column capitals (Figs. 65,