ATHENS - Makrigianni - 2002
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Ministry of Culture and Tourism: Γ' ΕΠΚΑ
Lebesi Street. Th. Kyriakou (Γ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on excavation in preparation for the laying of a tram line. 4.6m west of the intersection of Lebesi and Iosiph ton Rogon, a 1.5m long stretch of the eastern arm of the fourth-century BC fortification was revealed (Fig. 1). Built of rectangular cut conglomerate blocks, the wall was preserved to a height of three courses and oriented northeast-southwest. Material from its fill included fourth-century red- and black-figure pottery, two pyramid loomweights of the third century BC, a terracotta unguentarium of the first half of the second century AD, and a few Hellenistic and Roman sherds.
AD 56-59 (2001-2004) Chr., 223.
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