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2004.01.0212View of Athens in 1819 with the Hephaisteion at left. Engraving by Joseph Thürmer. Cf. Guide (1962), pp. 18-19, fig 1. 
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2004.01.0258Panorama showing Athens in 1819, with the Hephaisteion at left, and the Acropolis at right. Watercolor by Joseph Thürmer. 
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2004.01.0214Acropolis from inland. 
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2004.01.0305Bazaar in Athens. 
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1997.09.0246Painting of François S. Fauvel's house showing the collector on his balcony; the dome of the Holy Apostles to right of center. Photograph of the painting by L. Dupré. 
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1997.12.0387Middle Tower in the Stoa of Attalos, Piers 10-11. From a drawing made at the beginning of the 19th century for Edward Dodwell and published in his "Classical and Topographical Tour through Greece", 1819, vol. I, p. 370. Labelled as what was thought to be the "Gymnasium of Ptolemy". Cf. Agora XXIV, pl. 5, Tower W6. 
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2004.01.0905Hephaisteion and Acropolis. Painting by Peter von Hess. 
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2004.01.0907Area of the Agora after the War of Independence. Watercolor by J.J. Wolfensberger. 
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1997.16.0010District of Hypapanti. Watercolor by Rottman. 
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1997.05.0504East facade. Surviving marbles imposed on the elevation by Stuart and Revett. 
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2009.03.0802Panorama from the Stoa of Attalos, looking over the Agora. 
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2003.01.0421Calotype photograph by John Shaw Smith. Taken looking from the Temple of Hephaistos, toward the Acropolis. The houses on the north slope that covered the ancient Agora and the Frankish tower are clearly visible. "Modern town of Athens with Acropolis at the back and Mars Hill or Areopagus on right. Athens Oct. 21, 1851" - annotation on the back of the original print by John Shaw Smith, our great-grandfather. Signed by Basil Megan, Sept. 29 1993 and Peter (A.H.S.) Megan, Nov. 5, 1993. See 2010.01.0357. 
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1997.15.0177Perspective drawing of the Klepsydra Spring House. Breton's sketch of the well house, made in 1859 (or earlier) while the frescoes were yet visible on the walls. 
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1997.08.0402Plan of the so-called 'Gymnasium of Ptolemy' (Stoa of Attalos) before excavations. 
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1997.08.0117Drawing of the north end of the Stoa as tower of the Late Roman Fortification Wall. Cf. Agora XXIV, pl. 5, Tower W 7. 
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1997.08.0118Drawing of the Middle Tower of the Stoa of Attalos, part of the Late Roman Fortification Wall. Cf. Agora XXIV, pl. 5, Tower W6. 
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1997.08.0119Drawing of the tower at the south end of the Stoa. Cf. Agora XXIV, pl. 5, Tower W 5. 
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1997.02.0243View from the Hill of the Nymphs; rephotographed from two joining prints from the collection of the University Museum, Philadelphia. The Frankish tower still stands on the Acropolis (destroyed around 1874). 
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2010.01.0066View from the Hill of the Nymphs of the Agora, before 1874. 
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1997.05.0488Panorama before the excavation. View from the northwest of the Acropolis with the Frankish tower. In foreground, tracks of the surface railroad.