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[Drawing]  PD 2697: Eleusinion - simplified state plan to ...

Richard C. Anderson ... Eleusinion - simplified state plan to show positions ... Eleusinion Vol.

[Drawing]  PD 2698: Athenian Agora: Key plan to show distribution ...

Richard C. Anderson ... Athenian Eleusinion for M. Miles Eleusinion Volume.

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[Image]  1997.15.0163

Limit of the excavations of the Eleusinion, at east scarp. In the foreground center, part of the early peribolos wall. Note the two modern levels, sloping street and floors of houses. The medieval level ... east 195 Horizontal (normal) ... 3/6/1959 ... Limit of the excavations of the Eleusinion, at east scarp. In the foreground

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[Image]  2004.01.0732

Inscription with regulations for the Eleusinian Mysteries ... Cf. LXXVI-60 ... 1957 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  2004.01.0734

Rectangular base inscribed with dedication to Demeter ... MAF-Ekta ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  2004.01.0735

Inscription with regulations for the Eleusinian Mysteries. Face A with fragment b added ... MAF-Ekta ... 1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  2004.01.0736

Inscription with regulations for the Eleusinian Mysteries. Face B with fragment b added ... MAF-Ekta ... 1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0131

General view. At right, part of the early peribolos wall ... southwest 358 Horizontal (normal) ... 6/7/1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0129

View of area in front of the foundations of the Stoa. Cuttings for the terrace wall visible at right, and the Archaic Peribolos Wall, with lowest foundations still in place, visible at lower left ... southwest 193 Horizontal (normal) ... 3/6/1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0130

Foundations of the Stoa, general view. In foreground, part of the early peribolos wall ... southwest 335 Horizontal (normal) ... 6/7/1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0152

Fill between Temple of Triptolemos and Post-Herulian Wall. In center, thick layer of working chips. Lower left, north Retaining Wall. Right, west retaining wall by the Post-Herulian Wall ... south 454 Horizontal (normal) ... 13/7/1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0113

Outcropping of native rock by the Archaic Peribolos Wall ... Cf. 2012.01.0001 for higher resolution southwest 715 Horizontal (normal) ... 18/5/1960 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  2004.01.0739

Base for two portrait-statues with dedication to Demeter and Kore ... Tracing by Eleni Besi of A.H. Bikakis' drawing (cf. PD 886) ... 1972 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  2004.01.0723

Deposit of plemochoai (kernoi) buried under the Late Roman Fortification Wall. From left to right: P 12132, P 12291, P 12138, P 12146 and P 12148. Deposit T 22:1 ... MAF-Ekta ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0121

General view of the Propylon after removal of the Post-Herulian Wall. Cf. 1997.15.0119, for a view of the Propylon before removal of the wall ... west 539 Horizontal (normal) ... 1/9/1959 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0112

The Archaic Sanctuary: outcropping of native rock beside the Archaic Peribolos Wall. South Stoa in the background ... southeast 713 Horizontal (normal) ... 18/5/1960 ... Agora:Monument:Eleusinion

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[Image]  1997.15.0095

Fragments of marble lattice window or screen, from unknown building in the Eleusinion (Lot 64) ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1991 ... Eleusinion (Lot 64).

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[Image]  1997.15.0096

Fragments of marble lattice window or screen, from unknown building in the Eleusinion (Lot 64) ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1991 ... Eleusinion (Lot 64).

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[Image]  1997.15.0154

Roman building north of the Eleusinion. Storerooms on the west side of the lower terrace ... southwest 337 Horizontal (normal) ... 6/7/1959 ... Roman building north of the Eleusinion. Storerooms on the west side of the