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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.