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[Object]  I 5423: Base Fragment

Inscribed fragment of statue base. Inscribed face, which was down has suffered greatly from fire (?); otherwise intact. Crowning and base mouldings much chipped. Four lines of the inscription preserved ... 7 May 1938 ... Eleusinion, ca. 5.00m. north of

[Object]  I 5437: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and right side preserved; also roughly dressed back. Dedication to Apollo Hypakraios. Four lines of the inscription preserved, within a wreath. Outside the wreath, at ... 14 May 1938 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5450: Honorary Monument Fragments

Inscribed fragments of base. Two joining fragments preserve inscribed face, top, bottom and right side. Small base with simple mouldings above and below. Inscribed face and other surfaces chisel dressed ... 20 May 1938 ... Eleusinion.

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[Object]  I 5451: Marble Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Inscribed face, chisel-dressed, only preserved. On fragment a), three lines of the inscription preserved; on fragment b), one line. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA I 5506 belongs. Cf. I ... 20 May 1938 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5645: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and rough picked back only preserved. Surface badly worn. Six lines of the inscription preserved, with an apparent blank space below; stoichedon. Space between lines, ... 23 February 1939 ... Found in modern wall over the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5651: Honorary Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face, rough picked back and right side preserved. Honorary decree granting citizenship. Part of five last lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. Found in wall ... 25 February 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5652: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and rough picked back preserved. Inscription framed by wreath in low relief. Dedication of thesmothete to Apollo. Four lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble ... 1st.-2nd. centuries A.D ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5690: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment of columnar grave monument. Part of top and about half columnar surface preserved, with top line of inscription. One line of the inscription preserved. Hymettian marble. Found in modern ... 2 March 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5698: Mortgage Stone Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Probably original edges at both sides, back and bottom. Broken at top. Three lines of the inscription preserved and vacat. Hymettian marble. Found in wall of the modern house 18 west ... 10 March 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5713: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and left face preserved. Left edge of inscribed face badly worn. Nine lines of the inscription preserved; stoichedon. Space between lines, five including: 0.038m. Space ... 15 March 1939 ... Found in Turkish context over the Panathenaic Way, west of the Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5718: Dedication Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Dedication to Demeter and Kore. One line of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. ADDENDA Joins I 5299. Found in a context of Turkish times west ... 17 March 1939 ... Found in a context of Turkish times west of the Eleusinion, to the west of the

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[Object]  I 5731: Honorary Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and rough picked top preserved. Front surface chipped away above the two letters of the inscription. One line of the inscription preserved, with two letters. Pentelic ... 20 March 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5740: Imperial Letter Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Rough picked surface at center of top, but not at right angles to inscribed surface; otherwise inscribed face only preserved. Three lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble ... 27 March 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5741: Grave Monument Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Piece from top of stele with pediment top, and recessed panel for relief below inscribed fascia. Part of rough picked top surface preserved; broken at back, bottom and sides. Two lines ... 28 March 1939 ... Found in modern wall west of the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5747: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and left side preserved. Four lines of the inscription preserved. Pentelic marble. Found in context of 7th. century A.D. west of the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the ... 30 March 1939 ... Eleusinion; containers 1-7.

[Object]  I 5760: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face, rough picked back and right side preserved, but right edge of inscribed face broken away. Fourteen lines of the inscription preserved; stoichedon. Space between lines, ... 5 April 1939 ... Found in modern wall west of the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5761: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and left side preserved. Seventeen lines of the inscription preserved. Year of Apolexis (?) Dark hymettian marble. Cf. Hesperia 26 (1957), pp. 38-39. Found in modern ... 181/0 B.C. (?) ... Found in modern wall west of the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5778: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Six lines of the inscription preserved; stoichedon. Space between lines, five including: 0.093m; two including: 0.035-0.037. Space between lines, two ... 20 April 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5792: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face only preserved. Five lines of the inscription preserved; stoichedon. Space between lines, three including: 0.049m. Space between letters, three including: ca. 0.048m ... 28 April 1939 ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 5800: Decree Fragment

Inscribed fragment. Inscribed face and rough picked back preserved. Five lines of the inscription preserved, below which the right side of an incised wreath, in which one letter preserved. Pentelic marble ... 4 May 1939 ... Found in late context west of the Panathenaic Way, southwest of the Eleusinion.