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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 ... long, South Stoa I takes up ... dining room in South Stoa I ... end of South Stoa I, ca.

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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 ... Stoa I was put out of use by

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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 ... incorporated, South Stoa I was

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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 ... simple text "I am the boundary

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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 ... simple text "I am the boundary

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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 ... [Sokrates speaks]: "I must now