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[Object]  A 668: Window Frame Fragments

Fragments of bottom (?) preserved, elsewhere broken. Part of a terracotta balustrade or window grill, composed of superimposed arches of terracotta, made of strips of the material. Coarse red clay, buff ... 9 June 1936

[Object]  A 717: Window Tile Fragment

Broken at bottom and both ends. Flat top and arched opening, made in one piece. Tile pierced at either side of top of arch. Coarse red clay. A similar piece, 0.066m. thick, but of different series, found ... 27 March 1937

[Object]  A 966: Window Tile Fragment

A single fragment preserves a corner and parts of six holes. Small impressed circles along edge on one side. Coarse buff to reddish clay; unglazed. Well, Container 12. 524 Leica ... 18 May 1938

[Object]  A 967: Window Tile Fragment

Broken all around. A tile with large openings made with arch-shaped strips of clay. Coarse reddish clay. Well, Container 32. 525 Leica, 82-65-27 ... 21 May 1938

[Object]  A 1232: Building Block

One face roughly dressed, with rough round hole near center and two adjacent round holes at edge. The opposite face also roughly dressed, in a parallel place. Other faces left rough. Egyptian granite ... 1940

[Object]  A 1233: Building Block

One face roughly dressed with rough round hole near one edge and two square holes at opposite edge. Opposite face dressed in parallel place. Other sides more roughly dressed, or broken. Egyptian granite ... 1940

[Object]  A 1234: Building Block

One face roughly dressed. The other faces more roughly dressed, or broken. Egyptian granite. Cf. A 1232 (ΔΔ 254) and A 1233 (ΔΔ 255). Found 1940, removed 1947 and placed on terrace between two large Mycenaean ... 1940

[Object]  A 1303: Cornice Block: Ionic

One original end; the other has been re-cut in late Roman times. Probably from lesser, i.e. outer order of Odeion: cf. also A 1304 (ΩΔ 396) - A 1308 (ΩΔ 400). Pentelic marble. Incorporated in top of pedestal ... August 1947

[Object]  A 1304: Cornice Block: Ionic

One original end remains; the other has been re-cut in late Roman times. Two clamp cuttings in top at original end. From same series as A 1303 (ΩΔ 395). Pentelic marble. Incorporated in top of pedestal ... August 1947

[Object]  A 1305: Cornice Block: Ionic

The back of the block was cut back originally over a length of 0.55m. at one end. From same series as A 1303 (ΩΔ 395). Pentelic marble. Incorporated in top of pedestal for westernmost Giant; lying upside ... August 1947