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1997.02.0250Actual state plan of the Agora Square to the Eleusinion. Copy from PD 400 with many adidtions to be used for the Guide Book. 
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1997.15.0095Fragments of marble lattice window or screen, from unknown building in the Eleusinion (Lot 64). 
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1997.15.0096Fragments of marble lattice window or screen, from unknown building in the Eleusinion (Lot 64). 
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1997.15.0097Fragments from the edges of pan tiles, white island marble, from the roof of the Temple of Triptolemos (Lots 37, 215). 
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1997.15.0098Fragments from pan tiles of white island marble, from the roof of the Temple of Triptolemos (Lots 37, 215). 
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1997.15.0099Fragments of cover tiles of white island marble, from the roof of the Temple of Triptolemos (Lots 37, 215). 
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1997.15.0100North side of the Archaic Temple showing trial cut with working chips in fill behind foundations. 
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1997.15.0101Archaic Temple, foundation for the crosswall. Note the blocks of the lowest course in foreground and the shallow bedding for the course above, visible beyond. 
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1997.15.0102Archaic Temple, fill inside at north. Note the working floors alternating with layers of chips. Lower left part of crosswall inside temple at north. Blocks at the top of the picture are piled against northern edge of excavation; below, the part of the great north Retaining Wall of the sanctuary can be seen. 
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1997.15.0103Archaic Temple, northeast corner. In the foreground, the addition to the east side of the temple built of red Acropolis limestone. The corner block and the three blocks to the right of it have been replaced: they were found in a Byzantine wall. 
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1997.15.0104Archaic Temple, detail. Addition to the east foundations of the temple. 
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1997.15.0105The Archaic Temple, north side. 
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1997.15.0106Northwest corner of the Archaic Temple, detail. Rubble house walls in foreground. 
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1997.15.0107Detail of the face of the northern foundation at the northwest corner. 
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1997.15.0108Northwest corner of the temple. 
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1997.15.0109The only remaining block of the south side of the temple. Line of modern cellar at right rear. 
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1997.15.0110The only remaining block of the south side of the temple. 
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1997.15.0111Foundations of the east side near the center. At right, the earlier phase; at left, later phase. 
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1997.15.0112The Archaic Sanctuary: outcropping of native rock beside the Archaic Peribolos Wall. South Stoa in the background. 
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1997.15.0113Outcropping of native rock by the Archaic Peribolos Wall. 
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1997.15.0114Northwest corner of the terrace Retaining Wall. 
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1997.15.0115Northwest corner of the large Retaining Wall. 
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1997.15.0116Outcropping of native rock behind the Archaic Peribolos Wall of polygonal masonry. In left foreground, outer face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall. In the upper left, part of the Archaic Temple. 
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1997.15.0117Outcropping of native rock and Archaic Peribolos Wall. In right foreground, the Late Roman Fortification Wall. 
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1997.15.0118Wall of polygonal masonry north of the Propylon of the Eleusinion. Above and to right, part of the Propylon and the Stoa. Lower right, part of outer face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall. 
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1997.15.0119Late Roman Fortification Wall overlying the foundations of the Propylon of the Eleusinion. The stele marked "C" is I 4713. Cf. 1997.15.0121, for a view after removal of the wall. 
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1997.15.0120Late Roman Fortification Wall overlying the foundations of the Propylon. Arrows mark the corners of the Propylon. A) Fragment (I 4720m) from the Bouleutic list of 304/3; B) Dedicatory statue base, I 4850; C) Letter from a Roman Magistrate, I 4713. In the foreground, pavement of the Panathenaic Way. Church of St. Anna visible in right rear. 
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1997.15.0121General 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. 
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1997.15.0122General view of the Propylon. 
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1997.15.0123The arrows mark the limits of the Propylon. To the left, Late Roman Fortification Wall with early peribolos wall behind it. At right, the inscribed stele I 4713. In the foreground, pavement of the Panathenaic Way. 
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1997.15.0124Western part of the great north Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion, after removal of tumbled blocks. The tumbled blocks are seen stacked in the lower right corner of the picture. 
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1997.15.0125Great north Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion, eastern section, and bases for monuments or altars in lower terrace. 
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1997.15.0126Byzantine walls overlying the southern part of the Stoa along Hypapanti "Street". At left, Hypapanti "Street". Center, Roman Aqueduct. At right, pithoi and house walls. Extreme right, front wall of the Stoa. 
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1997.15.0127Lower right, north wall of the Stoa. Middle ground, south wall of the Stoa with Byzantine walls on top of it. Upper left, Byzantine and later walls on north side of Hypapanti "Street". 
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1997.15.0128Byzantine walls overlying the Stoa. At right, front wall of the Stoa. At left, back wall of the Stoa with Byzantine and later walls at north side of Hypapanti "Street". At left, the Roman Aqueduct. 
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1997.15.0129View 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. 
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1997.15.0130Foundations of the Stoa, general view. In foreground, part of the early peribolos wall. 
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1997.15.0131General view. At right, part of the early peribolos wall. 
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1997.15.0132West end of the Stoa, showing late walls and sloping ramp under the northeast alley. In foreground, part of the room of revetted basin. 
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1997.15.0134Restored plan of the Eleusinion. Scale 1:100. 
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1997.15.0135Actual state plan of the Eleusinion and environs. Scale 1:100. 
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1997.15.0137Actual state plan of the Eleusinion Temple. 
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1997.15.0138Northeast corner of the Temple. A Byzantine wall crosses the corner. 
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1997.15.0139Northwest corner of the Temple. 
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1997.15.0140Southeast corner of a pit for the cellar of a modern house (House 4) cut into the temple. Foundation block for the south wall of the temple in background. In right foreground, a Turkish pit at 12/ΙΗ. 
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1997.15.0141West side of pit for the cellar of a modern house cut into the temple. At right, the west wall of the temple; in right foreground, a modern pit. At left edge, cutting for Proto-Attic well. 
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1997.15.0142In the foreground, the great northern peribolos wall. Behind it, foundations of the Archaic Temple. In middle distance, back wall of the Stoa. At right, west peribolos wall and the Late Roman Fortification Wall. 
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1997.15.0143General view from the Hephaisteion to show the location of the Eleusinion, lying behind the cupola of the Church of the Holy Apostles. 
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1997.15.0144View of the Eleusinion with the Acropolis in the background. 
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1997.15.0147Actual state plan of the general area of the City of Eleusinion. Cf. PD 1128 (1959 version). 
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1997.15.0148Actual state plan of the south part of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0150Circular Building south of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0151Roman Aqueduct passing under the Panathenaic Way near the Eleusinion. Cf. nb. pp. 133-138. 
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1997.15.0152Fill 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. 
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1997.15.0153Wall leading southeast from the southeast corner of the Archaic Temple (Temple of Triptolemos). Column base covers a Byzantine pithos. Beyond it, the one remaining block of the south side of the Archaic Temple. 
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1997.15.0154Roman building north of the Eleusinion. Storerooms on the west side of the lower terrace. 
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1997.15.0155Building north of the Eleusinion, Storerooms 2 and 3 on the west side of the lower terrace. At left, the Late Roman Fortification Wall. At lower right, great Retaining Wall. The tree grows in the "Street" of the Poros Aqueduct. 
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1997.15.0156Foundation of soft yellow poros. 
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1997.15.0157Foundation of soft yellow poros. 
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1997.15.0158Foundation of soft yellow poros. 
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1997.15.0159Foundation of soft yellow poros after removal of fill in footing trench. Stone packing in trench remains, including the large block in the lower right corner of the picture. 
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1997.15.0160View with modern roads over foundations of soft yellow poros. 
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1997.15.0161Light yellow poros foundation, blocks in the western part. 
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1997.15.0162Hypapanti "Street" viewed from the gate in the Late Roman Fortification Wall. Hadrianic/Antonine aqueduct with settling basin at right. Above aqueduct, Byzantine wall at corner of alley leading off the northeast. Church of St. Anna visible upper left. Blocks marked M are modern. 
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1997.15.0163Limit 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 is given by the top of the pithos. Church of St. Anna visible at rear. 
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1997.15.0164Portrait herm (S 2056), head of boy (S 2057) and a statuette of Apollo (S 2058), lying as found in front of the great northern Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0165Portrait busts (S 2062 and S 2063) as found. View showing the great north Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion. Blocks above and to the left belong to the Archaic Temple. 
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1997.15.0166Portrait busts S 2062 and S 2063 as found. 
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1997.15.0167Portrait busts S 2062 and S 2063 as found. 
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1997.15.0237Looking from the tower in Section ΗΗ (Tower W2). Left center, northwest corner of the large Retaining Wall of the peribolos of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0238Uppermost section of the paved part of the Panathenaic Way, opposite the southern part of the Eleusinion. 
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1997.15.0239Looking at a point opposite the Eleusinion. (Note the sunken "paving" next to the Late Roman Fortification Wall). 
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1997.15.0240A top center the Tower W2. At right, the northwest corner of the Eleusinion Peribolos (note the sunken "paving" by the Late Roman Fortification Wall). 
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1997.15.0243Late Roman Fortification Wall north of the Propylon of the Eleusinion. Arrow marks the northwest corner of the Propylon (wall already removed from above it). Foreground, pavement of the Panathenaic Way. 
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1997.15.0260Panathenaic Way and Late Roman Fortification Wall: looking from the Hypapanti Gate at the southwest corner of the Eleusinion. Note the modern house in the middle of the Panathenaic Way. In foreground, aqueduct of the Roman period. 
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1997.15.0262View of the Panathenaic Way, opposite the Eleusinion. View of the Propylon immured in the Late Roman Fortification Wall. 
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1997.15.0284Aqueduct in the street at the southwest corner of the Eleusinion. Upper right: uppermost part of the paving of the Panathenaic Way. 
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1997.15.0296View of Deposit (T 22:1) of plemochoai (kernoi) buried under the Late Roman Fortification Wall. 
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1997.15.0321Distributing basin of the Hadrianic water system near the southwest corner of the Eleusinion, showing Doric frieze blocks from the Square Peristyle/South Stoa II series built in. 
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1997.15.0342At right, the Late Roman Fortification Wall and the Panathenaic Way with Tower W2 visible in foreground. In center, the remains of the Retaining Wall with the Archaic building (not visible) beyond. Cf. 1997.15.0409 for detailed view of the same area. 
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1997.15.0353General view of the Late Roman Fortification Wall from north of the Hypapanti Gate. At left, built into an earlier building (Building F=Stoa) and partly covered by the east face of the Post-Herulian Wall the inscribed statue base (I 5407); in the center, over it, an inscribed statue base (I 5423) and adjacent to it, the inscribed base (I 5486). The west face of the wall at right. 
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1997.15.0354General view of the Late Roman Fortification Wall from north of the Hypapanti Gate. In foreground, at left, built into an earlier building (Building F=Stoa) and partly covered by the east face of the Post-Herulian Wall the inscribed statue base (I 5407); in the center, over it, an inscribed statue base (I 5423) and adjacent to it, the inscribed base (I 5486). 
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1997.15.0356Looking at the east face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall with the west wall of Building F (Stoa) and in center background the inscribed bases I 5423 and I 5486 over I 5407 (note that I 5423 has been raised up). In foreground, the revetted basin. 
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1997.15.0357Looking at the east face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall with the west wall of Building F (Stoa) and in center background the inscribed bases I 5423 and I 5486 over I 5407 (note that I 5423 has been raised up). In foreground, the revetted basin. Morning view. 
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1997.15.0358Northwest corner of Building F (Stoa) and the Late Roman Fortification Wall. At extreme right, the Propylon. In the center, the back of the stele I 4713. 
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1997.15.0359Looking at the east face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall with the west wall of Building F (Stoa) and in center background the inscribed bases I 5423 and I 5486 over I 5407 (note that I 5423 has been raised up). In foreground, the revetted basin. Taken at noon. 
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1997.15.0360The Late Roman Fortification Wall and the west end of Building F (Stoa). In foreground, the Hypapanti Gate. 
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1997.15.0361Looking at the east face of the Late Roman Fortification Wall with the west wall of Building F (Stoa) and in center background the inscribed bases I 5423 and I 5486 over I 5407 (note that I 5423 has been raised up). In foreground, north wall of Building F. 
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1997.15.0406The Panathenaic Way and the Late Roman Fortification Wall from the court of the Hypapanti Church. West wall of the Archaic building in center right. 
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1997.15.0409Southwest area of the Late Roman Fortification Wall, with Tower W2 in foreground. The Panathenaic Way at right, the Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion at left. 
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1997.15.0410In center, tumbled blocks of the Retaining Wall of the Eleusinion. In right foreground the terrace with the Late Roman Fortification Wall beyond. Left of center at the south side of the section, the northeast corner of the Archaic Building. 
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1997.16.0311Grave in the Eleusinion, east of the Enneakrounos. (Possibly the graves referred to in AM 1896, 107). Margarete Bieber, Verzeichnis (Index), #1428. 
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1997.16.0405Byzantine House D in the Eleusinion area, plan of the 12th century (Scale 1:100). Cf. J. Travlos, Πολεοδομική Εξέλιξις των Αθηνών, 1960, p. 159, fig. 104. 
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1997.19.0128View as excavation begins. The Late Roman Fortification Wall in the center with Tower W2 emerging in the foreground. 
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1997.19.0139South wall of the Circular Building. 
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2000.02.0869Kernoi (plemochoai), small ritual vases, from the Eleusinion. Left to right: P 12132, P 12148, P 12138, P 12146 and P 12291). Deposit T 22:1. 
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2000.04.0004Upper right corner of an inscribed stele of Hymettian marble found in the levels near the Post-Herulian Wall in the area of the Eleusinion. Inscription with 22 lines of text, preserving about half of each line. 
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2002.01.1061Section of the Panathenaic Way in front of the Eleusinion. 
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2002.01.1128Actual state plan of the Eleusinion. 
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2002.01.1202Restored plan of the Eleusinion.