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[Monument]  Northwest Corner and the Hermes

Religious Unknown Marble Fair, numerous fragments and some bases. The area of the northwest corner is where the Panathenaic Way, leading from the main gate of Athens, the Dipylon, entered the Agora square ... Classical Hellenistic


[Monument]  Nymphaion

Hydraulic Unknown Concrete Rubble, Marble Poor, foundations only ... 2nd A.D.


[Monument]  Odeion

Assembly, Entertainment Agrippa Marble, Limestone Fair, foundations and parts of superstructure. Late in the 1st century B.C. the Athenians were given money for a new marketplace by Caesar and Augustus, ... Late 1st B.C.


[Monument]  Omega House

Domestic Unknown Concrete Rubble, Marble Excellent, walls up to two meters high ... 4th to 6th A.D.


[Monument]  Panathenaic Way

Transportation Unknown Packed Gravel Good Numerous roads led in and out of the Agora square. By far the most important, however, was the broad street known as the Dromos or Panathenaic Way, the principal ... 6th B.C. to 12th A.D.


[Monument]  Post-Herulian Fortification Wall

Fortification Unknown Reused Limestone and Marble Material, Rubble Core Good, up to three meters high. East of the East Building and Mint we arrive once again at the Panathenaic Way, which in this area ... ca. 282 A.D.


[Monument]  Propylon to the New Bouleuterion

Entrance Unknown Stone Poor, foundations only ... 350-300 B.C.

[Monument]  Public Offices

Domestic, Commercial Unknown Rubble Walls Poor, mostly foundations ... 4th B.C.


[Monument]  Royal Stoa

Civic Unknown Limestone Fair, foundations and lower part of superstructure. On the west side, lying just south of the Panathenaic Way, are the remains of the Royal Stoa (Stoa Basileios), one of the earliest ... Late 6th. B.C. to 5th B.C.


[Monument]  Sanctuary of the People and Graces

Temple, Sanctuary, Altar Unknown Marble Sanctuary poor condition, destroyed. Altar good condition, preserved in National Museum ... Hellenistic