By Rodney S. Young
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55b; Figs. 1, 5; in the photograph arrows indicate the corners of the building). 5tAnt. , II, pl. 37; Topographie2, plan I. 52 I wish to thank my colleagues at the Agora, particularly Homer A. Thompson, for their assistance and many helpful suggestions. , t ~~~~~POP0S BUILDINGl \ 00~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ '' r '''*-''e' - T m. 2~~~~~~~~~ , . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . _ FFigv5. Plan of the Northern Part of the Areain Pre-RomanTimes. Pig. 5. Plan of the Northern Part of the Area in Pre-Roman Times. 170 RODNEY S.
35 m. above the original floor. 45 m. 30 m. 55 m. 10 m. 20 m. ; they are set irregularly side by side with flat picked surfaces on the faces of the wall and are chinked with small stones. The construction 172 RODNEY S. 45 m. wide, of small cut limestone blocks, which probablyserved as socle for a mud-brick upper wall. The rooms, but neither court nor corridor, were roofed with simple convex and concave tiles of which quantities were found in the destruction debris of the building. The rooms were floored with smooth rolled clay.
62a, b). Several scattered paving slabs (P1. , were found on the outside ground level to the north of this wall, and a hard clay floor at the same level was found inside. At the west the wall abuts against the early pre-building wall mentioned above. No certain trace of it has been found further west where wide foundations of small stones probably to be associated with the fourth century phase of the building proper obscure its line. The corridor drain, however, changes from an open gutter to a covered channel just at the point where the line of this wall, if projected west, meets the drain.
An Industrial District of Ancient Athens 20 Hesperia by Rodney S. Young