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Eleusinion  
 PD 2746-aEleusinion Plan of Restored Temple 
 PD 2747Eleusinion - Elevation of Restored Temple 
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2004.01.0798Eleusinion, excavating the temple. 
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2004.01.0722Round building to South of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0144View of the Eleusinion with the Acropolis in the background. 
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2004.01.0796Eleusinion, northeast corner of the Temple. 
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2004.01.0727Eleusinion, the Propylon. Eugene Vanderpool standing in the center. 
 PD 2758Eleusinion Temple Foundation Diagram to illustrate Geometric procedure to widen foundation to golden section proportion (from Euclid II, 11) 
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2004.01.0797Eleusinion, temple, detail of the foundation, northwest corner. 
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2004.01.0724Hypapanti "Street" viewed from the gate in the Late Roman Fortification Wall. Hadrianic/Antonine aqueduct with settling basin at right, to the South of the Eleusinion. 
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2004.01.0728The Propylon. 
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2002.03.0037Hellenistic Stoa and the southern area. End of season. 
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2002.03.0023Upper East Trench. Roman conduit at southwest corner of trench. Pithos K and double Pithos J visible in center. Rocky feature at northeast corner. At upper right corner of the photograph, the Circular Building. 
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2002.03.0032Lower trench north of the Hellenistic Stoa. End of season. 
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2002.03.0027Upper East Trench. Pithoi J and K and rocky feature in center. Roman conduit on foreground. End of season. 
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2002.03.0033Lower trench north of the Hellenistic Stoa. View of the North Slope in background. End of season. 
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2002.03.0036Lower trench north of the Hellenistic Stoa. South part of trench. End of season. Church of St. Anna visible in the background. 
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2004.01.0720Foundation of soft yellow poros. 
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2004.01.0721General view of the South Stoa.