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[Deposit]  E 8:1: Grave

Grave in south peristyle of Hephaisteion. Grave LXV in notebook. Coins: 13 March 1939 #24 14 March 1939 #8 Notebook says: wall of LXIV rests on bones. Neg. KK 396 ... 13-14 March 1939 16 March 1939

[Deposit]  E 8:2: Grave

Grave in south peristyle of Hephaisteion. Grave LXIV in notebook. No mention of bones. Coins: 13 March 1939 #21-#23 14 March 1939 #7 Neg. KK 395 ... 13-15 March 1939

[Deposit]  E 8:3: Grave

Grave south of Hephaisteion, in Byzantine cistern. Grave III in notebook. Disturbed. One skeleton ... 30 March 1936

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[Deposit]  E 8:4: Grave

Grave south of Hephaisteion. Grave II in notebook. One skeleton. No objects. Pottery in container 201 from filling around grave II ... 12 March 1936

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[Deposit]  E-F 8:1: Grave

Grave in south peristyle of Hephaisteion. Grave LXIII in notebook. Filling: decayed bones. Coins: 13 March 1939 #5-#20 14 March 1939 #6 Neg. XV-87 ... 13 March 1939

[Deposit]  F 7:1: Xian Burial V

Once vaulted chamber north of Hephaisteion. Grave V in notebook. Vault gone. Five skulls. Pottery discarded. Coins: 17 April 1936 #2 ... 27-28 April 1936

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[Object]  A 272: Lion's Head Spout Fragment

Lower jaw and muzzle broken away and the whole head torn from the sima. Hair of crown schematically rendered by pyramidal tufts placed on checkerboard arrangement. Assigned to either the Temple of Ares ... 5 February 1934

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[Object]  A 394: Sima Fragment

Broken on right end and along inner edge. At the left end there remains a trace of a cutting for a half-housing joint. Cyma reversa type crowned with an ovolo molding. On the front a band of palmettes ... 1932

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[Object]  A 439: Sima Fragments

a) Broken behind and at the right end. Traces of painted palmette on concave face. b) The right end. Pentelic marble. From the Temple of Hephaistos (earlier assigned to the Temple of Ares). a) Marble ... 31 January 1935 17 March 1952

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[Object]  A 700: Lion's Head Spout

Nose and mouth missing and tips of ears. Full thickness of sima preserved at back. Mane rendered on two rows of rather flat stylized tufts except over forehead where there is a third row of small tufts ... 18 April 1932