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AgoraPicBk 12 (1971): An Ancient Shopping Center: The Athenian ...

Burr Thompson, D ... As well as being a political center, the Agora was the focus of a noisy and varied commercial life. This booklet illustrates the archaeological, documentary, and pictorial evidence for such diverse trades ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1971

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AgoraPicBk 13 (1973): Early Burials from the Agora Cemeteries.

Immerwahr, S. A ... Before the creation of the Agora as a civic center in the 7th century B.C., the region northwest of the Acropolis was a vast cemetery. Over 150 ancient burial places have been found by excavators, and ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1973

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AgoraPicBk 14 (1974): Graffiti in the Athenian Agora

Lang, M ... “Return the stamnos to Philippa’s brother Philip,” “cheap wine,” “Alkaios seems beautiful to Melis,” “Of Tharrios I am the cup.” Like fragments of overheard conversations, the thousands of informal inscriptions ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1974

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AgoraPicBk 14 (1988): Graffiti in the Athenian Agora

Lang, M ... “Return the stamnos to Philippa’s brother Philip,” “cheap wine,” “Alkaios seems beautiful to Melis,” “Of Tharrios I am the cup.” Like fragments of overheard conversations, the thousands of informal inscriptions ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1988

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AgoraPicBk 15 (1975): Greek and Roman Coins in the Athenian Agora.

Kleiner, F. S ... Over 75,000 coins have been found during excavations at the Agora, many minted in the city but others brought from Athens’s far-flung commercial contacts. In addition to the mostly bronze and copper coins ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1975

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AgoraPicBk 16 (2003): The Athenian Agora, a Short Guide to ...

Camp, J ... In a newly revised version of this popular site guide, the current director of excavations in the Athenian Agora gives a brief account of the history of the ancient center of Athens. The text has been ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 2003

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AgoraPicBk 17 (1978): Socrates in the Agora.

Lang, M ... As far as we know, the 5th-century B.C. Greek philosopher Socrates himself wrote nothing. We discover his thoughts and deeds entirely through the writings of his followers, disciples who accompanied him ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1978

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AgoraPicBk 18 (1978): Mediaeval and Modern Coins in the Athenian ...

Kleiner, F. S ... From the thousands of pieces of Late Roman “small change” discovered trodden into beaten earth floors and dropped into wells to the hoards of 19th-century A.D. silver French francs discovered beneath modern ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1978

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AgoraPicBk 19 (1980): Gods and Heroes in the Athenian Agora.

Camp, J ... Religion played a part in almost every aspect of civic life, so shrines, temples, altars, and dedications are conspicuous at almost every turn during a visit to the Agora. The author of this booklet shows ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1980

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AgoraPicBk 20 (1982): Bronzeworkers in the Athenian Agora.

Mattusch, C. C ... The conspicuous Temple of Hephaistos, Greek god of metalworkers, prominently situated on the western side of the Agora, reflects the esteem in which bronzeworkers were held by the Athenians. Although many ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... 1982