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[Object]  I 6132: Marble Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Law about selling grain. Fragment ΚΤΛ 260 a), broken all around. Rough picked back preserved. Fragment ΠΑ 3 b), broken all round; back rough picked. Mentions Julius Nikanor. Pentelic ... Early 3rd. century A.D ... Eleusinion.

[Object]  I 7265: Horos Stone

Inscribed stele. Broken below and very worn from foot traffic as a result of two later reuses as a threshold block. Near top, inscription in large letters, then vacat ca. 0.023m. down to a sunken relief ... 2 April 1971 ... the Eleusinion

[Object]  I 2907: Marble Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Fragment Π 594 a), inscribed on two adjacent faces,the only surfaces preserved. On face A, the end of three lines of the inscription preserved; on face B, the beginning of four. ... 5th. century B.C ... Eleusinion.


[Object]  S 2062: Portrait Bust of Male Figure

Complete with only minor fractures; life-size. Short hair lying close to head. Mustache and light beard. Drapery hides right arm and hand held across chest. Pupils drilled, irises outlined by incision ... 3rd c. A.D ... Under fallen blocks north of great north retaining wall of Eleusinion.


[Object]  A 3386: Frieze Block: Doric

Block apparently complete. Only the right end has been exposed; in its upper half the end was left rough and its front edge chamfered to take the overlapping next frieze block (?); the lower half is cut ... 18 July 1963 ... W. corner of Eleusinion.


[Object]  A 3387: Frieze Block: Doric

Block now rests upside down so its original top is not visible. Both ends of block treated like right end of A 3386, i.e. rough in upper half and chamfered at front, square cut in lower half. Back of block ... 18 July 1963 ... W. corner of Eleusinion.


[Object]  I 3845: Grave Relief Fragment

Inscribed fragment of grave relief of Athenokles. Broken at the bottom. The full width is preserved, but the surface is chipped at the right. Preserved is the head of a bearded man, left, wearing a petasos ... Before 350 B.C ... Found in the floor of the church of Christ, north of the Eleusinion. Used


[Object]  I 845: Record Fragments

Fragment of inscribed stele. "POLETAI" record; sale of confiscated property. Fragment Ι 363 a), broken all round. Parts of ten lines of the inscription preserved and traces of two more at the top above ... Late 5th. century B.C ... Eleusinion. c) (ΚΤΛ 308), found in


[Object]  I 1008: Marble Fragments: List of Names

Fragments of inscribed block. List of names; possibly the list of those who lost their lives at Syracuse. Fragment Η 419 a), broken away above, below, and to the left. The right side has anathyrosis ... Late 5th. century B.C ... Eleusinion. c) (ΒΒ 39), found in


[Object]  I 2470: Marble Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Fragment Ο 231 a), inscribed face only preserved. Boustrophedon. Joining fragment ΒΒ 48, smooth left side preserved. Thirteen lines of the inscription preserved, as joined. Fragment ... a) (Ο 231) 21 February 1935 (ΒΒ 48) 13 October 1938 b) (ΒΒ 92) 22 February 1939 c) (ΒΒ 158) 20 March 1939 ... Eleusinion. c) (ΒΒ 158), found in

[Object]  I 5327: Honorary Monument Fragments

Inscribed fragments. Fragment (ΙΙ 297), two non joining fragments. Inscribed face only preserved. On fragment a), four lines of the inscription preserved; on fragment b), two lines and vacat. With the ... (II 297) 17 March 1938 (ΙΙ 423a-b) 7 May 1938 (ΙΙ 427a-b) 9 May 1938 (Ι 1115) 22 April 1939 ... Eleusinion. (II 427a-b), found in


[Report]  Excavations 2002: Preliminary Report on the 2002 Excavation ...

John Camp ... Excavations were carried out in the Athenian Agora from June 10 to August 2, 2002, with a team of up to 34 students and six supervisors, supplemented by an indoor staff of fifteen individuals (see group ... just south of the Eleusinion ... -ground for the cavalry. Eleusinion ... uphill from the Eleusinion


[Report]  Excavations 2001: Preliminary Report on the 2001 Excavation ...

John Camp ... Excavations were carried out in the Athenian Agora from June 11 to August 3, 2001 with a team of about 45 students and supervisors. Work was concentrated at the northwest of the Agora, with a second group ... the Eleusinion. This brief ... Eleusinion, along the east face of


[Report]  Excavations 2000: Preliminary Report on the 2000 Excavation ...

John Camp ... Excavations were carried out for 8 weeks in the summer of 2000, from June 5 to July 28, with a team of some 55 people made up of student volunteers, supervisors, staff, and workmen. This report is a very ... Eleusinion, we cleared bedrock in


[Report]  Portrait of an Imperial Priest 2002: A Portrait of an Imperial Priest

John Camp ... Roman portrait head found in Section ΕΛ. A Roman portrait head in Pentelic marble was found June 20, 2002, lying in late fill on the north slopes of the Acropolis, just south of and uphill from the Eleusinion, ... from the Eleusinion, about ... Eleusinion, which would also be an


[Report]  Excavations 2003: Preliminary Report on the 2003 Excavation ...

John Camp ... Excavations in the Athenian Agora were carried out in June and July of 2003, with a team of 45 students and supervisors, representing over two dozen universities and colleges (see group photo). As in the ... Eleusinion under Laura Gawlinski

[Website]  Publications: Monographs

Excavations in the civic and cultural center of classical Athens began in 1931 and have continued almost without interruption to the present day. The first Athenian Agora volumes presenting the results ... The City Eleusinion ... the City Eleusinion in