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[Agora Drawing] PD 108 (DA 4560)

Odeion: Giant (No. 9) and Triton (No. 1) ... John Travlos ... Scanned. DB: 89 (12/03/2001) XXXII-52 XXXII-52 Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink ... 1947

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[Agora Drawing] PD 112 (DA 4564)

Top and bottom blocks from the pedestal of an anta at the Odeion ... John Travlos ... Partial scan. XXXII-43 XXXII-43 Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink ... 1948

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[Agora Drawing] PD 111 (DA 4565)

Fragmentary top of pedestal for a colossal figure found in the Odeion ... John Travlos ... XXXII-42 XXXII-42 Stained Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink ... 1948

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[Agora Drawing] PD 110 (DA 4566)

Mouldings from the top and bottom of pedestals for colossal figures found in the Odeion ... John Travlos ... XXXII-51 XXXII-51 Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink ... 1948

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[Agora Drawing] PD 109 (DA 4567)

Pedestals that are now beneath Giant No. 9 and Triton No. 1 in the Odeion ... John Travlos ... XXXII-44 XXXII-44 Stained Dirty Cartridge Paper Drafting Ink ... 1948

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[Agora Image] 2002.03.0019 (ASCS AP 271)

Square of the Stoa of the Giants. View of the colossal figures from the Odeion before the excavation ... Cf. 2008.20.0095, 2004.03.0107 east Horizontal (normal) ... Ca. 1910

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[Agora Image] 2008.20.0017 (HAT 58-59)

The Hephaisteion (“Theseion”), seen from across the Agora ... west Horizontal (normal) ... 1958

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[Agora Image] 2008.20.0070

Giant from Phase II of the Odeion, mid 2nd century A.D., reused in the facade of the Palace, 5th century A.D ... Horizontal (normal) ... 13 Sep 2002

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[Agora Image] 2008.20.0095 (ASCS AP 271)

Giants and tritons of the Odeion of Agrippa before the start of excavations, view looking east ... Cf. 2002.03.0019, 2004.03.0107 Horizontal (normal)

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[Agora Image] 2009.01.0278

Triton, Odeion of Agrippa ... Craig Mauzy ... Public relation photo. Photo used in the ASCSA information leaflet 2006. Horizontal (normal) ... 16 Aug 2006

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[Agora Image] 2009.01.0281

General view of the Agora with the Temple of Hephaistos and one of the colossal figures of the Odeion ... Craig Mauzy ... Public relation photo. Horizontal (normal) ... 16 Aug 2006

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[Agora Image] 2008.18.0016 (5-2)

The so-called Stoa of the Giants and Tritons before the start of demolition in the central area of the Agora. View looking south, 1935 ... Cf. 1997.10.0167 south Horizontal (normal) ... January 1935

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[Agora Image] 2009.05.0086

A Triton from the second facade of the Roman Odeion, ca. A.D. 150-175, illustrates the continuity of scultpural practice in the Agora. The torso of the Triton was strongly influenced by one of the fugures ... Craig Mauzy ... Horizontal (normal) ... 6 Aug 2005

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[Agora Image] 1997.19.0202 (6-22)

View from the old excavations. From left to right: Houses 637a/7, 637a/6 and 637a/5. The House 637a/8 can be seen in the background. At left, square called the "Stoa of the Giants" under excavation with ... northwest ... 9 Sep 1935

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[Agora Image] 2023.26.0261

View of the Agora with a Triton of the Odeion .The Areopagus in the background ... John Papadopoulos ... Horizontal (normal) ... 29 Jun 2023

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[Agora Image] 2023.26.0262

View of the Agora with a Triton of the Odeion. The Areopagus in the background ... John Papadopoulos ... Horizontal (normal) ... 29 Jun 2023

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[Agora Image] 2012.51.0396 (XIX-66)

Triton, third from the west. Back view ... AMS northwest ... July 1939

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[Agora Image] 2012.51.0397 (XIX-67)

Giant in easternmost position of the "Gymnasium" series. Proper right side. The Late Roman Complex was identified as a Gymasium because of its scheme and of an inscription found by Pittakis in 1848 alongside ... AMS west ... July 1939

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[Agora Image] 2012.51.0398 (XIX-68)

Base of the easternmost Giant showing the relief panel ... AMS south ... July 1939

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[Agora Image] 2012.51.0399 (XIX-69)

The easternmost Giant ... AMS south ... July 1939