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Ancient Catapults: Some Hypotheses Reexamined Duncan B. Campbell 80 4

Recent summaries and overviews of the development of ancient catapults have mistaken working hypotheses for established fact. Key areas of misunderstanding include the invention of the catapult, the development of the torsion principle, the meaning of the terms euthytone and palintone, and the possible use of sling bullets as catapult missiles. A critical reexamination of these questions, setting them within the framework of the known facts, reveals the fragility of the accepted history of the catapult, as currently presented in general handbooks.

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The Lapis Primus and the Older Parthenon Margaret M. Miles 80 4

The first two sets of Athenian tribute quota lists recording aparchai offered to Athena were inscribed on unusually large blocks of marble that have no parallel among other Greek inscriptions. The author argues that the block used for the first set of lists most likely was originally quarried for use as an architrave on the Older Parthenon, and that the second block may also have been intended for a building, perhaps the Parthenon. The reuse followed the well-attested practice of recycling architectural material held to be the property of a deity, and the monumental size of the blocks enhanced the dedicatory character of the lists of aparchai.

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Goddess, Lost Ancestors, and Dolls: A Cultural Biography of the Ayia Irini Terracotta Statues Evi Gorogianni 80 4

A biographical approach to the study of material culture reveals that an object’s meaning usually varies in different episodes of its life history. This article examines the terracotta statues from the temple at Ayia Irini on Kea in three contexts of experience: (1) their initial context in the Bronze Age temple; (2) their reuse in the Iron Age phase of the temple; and (3) their “permanent” exhibition in the Archaeological Museum of Kea. Although the meaning with which the statues were imbued has varied in these contexts, they have retained the status of sacred objects.

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The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP): Investigations at Mycenaean Kalamianos, 2007-2009 Thomas F. Tartaron, Daniel J. Pullen, Richard K. Dunn, Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, Amy Dill, and Joseph I. Boyce 80 4

This article describes the initial phase of investigations at Kalamianos, a recently discovered Mycenaean coastal settlement on the Saronic Gulf in the southeastern Corinthia. To date 50 buildings and 120 rooms of Late Helladic IIIB date have been identified at the site, which is unique for the excellent preservation of aboveground architectural remains. Beyond the site is another large Mycenaean architectural complex, as well as small fortified enclosures and terrace walls also dating to the Bronze Age. The evidence indicates that Kalamianos was a significant center of Mycenaean activity in the 13th century B.C., and possibly served as Mycenae’s principal harbor on the Saronic Gulf.

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A World of Goods: Transport Jars and Commodity Exchange at the Late Bronze Age Harbor of Kommos, Crete Peter M. Day, Patrick S. Quinn, Jeremy B. Rutter, and Vassilis Kilikoglou 80 4

The harbor site of Kommos, Crete, has yielded rich evidence for long-distance exchange in the form of ceramic transport jars of types used not only for distribution within Crete and the Aegean, but also across the eastern Mediterranean. An integrated petrographic and chemical approach is here employed in order to determine the provenance of short-necked amphoras, transport stirrup jars, Egyptian jars, and Canaanite jars. The results reveal a detailed picture of local jar production within southern Crete, as well as jars that have their origins in the Nile Delta and at several specific locations along the Levantine coast.

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Bild, Mythos, and Ritual: Choral Dance in Theseus’s Cretan Adventure on the François Vase Guy Hedreen 80 3

Although the François vase clearly depicts Theseus leading a dance upon his arrival on Crete, most commentators have argued, on the basis of literary accounts, that Kleitias intended to depict a later moment in the story. The dance upon arrival, however, has several discursive functions within the image: by characterizing Theseus as the choregos of a dance traditionally performed by marriageable young people, it presents him as a promising husband for Ariadne; and by evoking the triumphal ritual arrival of Dionysos, the image anticipates that Theseus will be victorious. In this image, mythical narrative, spectacle, and the socialization of adolescence are carefully woven together.

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The Excavation of Archaic Houses at Azoria in 2005-2006 Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, Rodney D. Fitzsimons, C. Margaret Scarry, and Lynn M. Snyder 80 3

This article reports on the excavation of Archaic houses (6th-early 5th century B.C.) in 2005 and 2006 at Azoria in eastern Crete. Five houses are discussed: four on the South Acropolis on the periphery of the civic center, and one on the North Acropolis. Well-preserved floor deposits provide evidence for room functions and permit a preliminary analysis of domestic space. The houses fill a lacuna in the published record of the 6th and early 5th centuries B.C. and contribute to our understanding of the form of Archaic houses in the Aegean and the integration of domestic space into an urban context.

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A Place of Burning: Hero or Ancestor Cult at Troy Carolyn Chabot Aslan 80 3

This article presents the evidence for Early Archaic ritual activity on the site of a Late Bronze Age cemetery a short distance outside the walls of Troy, at a spot known to excavators as “A Place of Burning.” Here, as at the West Sanctuary adjacent to the citadel, the evidence follows a pattern similar to that found in hero and ancestor cults at other sites. Growing population in the region may have led the inhabitants of Troy to use associations with Bronze Age remains as a way of strengthening territorial claims and bolstering the power of the local elite.

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Crocuses in Context: A Diachronic Survey of the Crocus Motif in the Aegean Bronze Age Jo Day 80 3

Floral imagery plays a major role in Minoan art, and the crocus has long been recognized as an important motif. Previous studies, however, have been narrowly focused on specific materials or interpretations, thereby obscuring the richness of crocus iconography and its meanings. This article presents a detailed survey of the crocus in Aegean art from the Early Bronze Age to Mycenaean times, exploring the diversity and development of the motif across different media and reassessing possible explanations for its importance. A complex world of floral symbolism is revealed, in which the polysemic crocus functions as a key element in Minoan identity.

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A Roman Road Southeast of the Forum at Corinth Jennifer Palinkas and James A. Herbst 80 2

A wide, unpaved, north-south Roman road was established in the Panayia Field at Ancient Corinth in the last years of the 1st century B.C. Over the next six centuries, numerous civic and private construction activities altered its spatial organization, function as a transportation artery, and use for water and waste management. Changes included the installation and maintenance of sidewalks, curbs, drains, terracotta pipelines, and porches at doorways. The terracotta pipelines are presented here typologically in chronological sequence. The road elucidates early-colony land division at Corinth, urbanization into the 4th century A.D., and subsequent deurbanization in the 6th century, when maintenance of the road ended.

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Leasing of Sacred Land in 4th-Century Athens Arden Williams 80 2

A fresh examination of six inscribed fragments (Agora XIX L6 a–f ) previously attributed to the first of a series of stelai recording civic leases of sacred land in late-4th-century Athens reveals that they belong to four separate stelai, only one of which can be dated to 343/2 B.C. The publication of the leases was linked to a reorganization of sacred finances that included the amalgamation of the treasuries of Athena and the Other Gods, ca. 346/5. The new reconstruction challenges previous estimates of the extent of Athenian sacred property and the assumption that subsequent lists (Agora XIX L9–12, L14) were produced only at 10-year intervals.

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The Reminting of Athenian Silver Coinage, 353 B.C. John H. Kroll 80 2

Combining evidence from Athenian silver coins, an unpublished Agora inscription, and several accounts concerning historical figures, this article reconstructs the Athenian program of 353 B.C., whereby all of the largerdenomination silver coinage in the city was demonetized and called in for restriking as a means of raising revenue during the fiscal crisis in the aftermath of the Social War. The folded-flan technique and erratic, substandard appearance of the resulting “pi-style” coins, attestations of their hurried production in that year, were retained in all subsequent Athenian silver coinage down into the 3rd century as recognized attributes of good Athenian money.

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A Deposit of Late Helladic IIIA2 Pottery from Tsoungiza Patrick M. Thomas 80 2

Although Arne Furumark distinguished between early and late phases of Late Helladic IIIA2, few deposits from the former have ever been published. Presented here is a chronologically homogeneous settlement deposit of more than 10,000 sherds from Tsoungiza in the northeast Peloponnese, some from vessels probably employed in feasting. LH IIIA2 (early) painted ceramics exhibit strong connections to the preceding LH IIIA1 period, both in the large proportion of solidly painted vessels and in several common motifs, but new shapes such as the stemmed bowl and some new motifs allow a clear chronological division to be made between LH IIIA2 (early) and the contiguous periods.

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The Topography of the Pylos Campaign and Thucydides’ Literary Themes Matthew A. Sears 80 1

Thucydides’ account of the Spartan defeat at Pylos in 425 B.C. has long been plagued by supposed topographical errors for which there is no agreed-upon explanation. A comparison of the Pylos episode in Book 4 with the description of Phormion’s sea battles in Book 2 suggests that certain literary themes, namely, the respective characterizations of the Athenians and Spartans, might have led the historian to alter several topographical details in order to support his attributions of motive to the Athenians and Spartans at Pylos.

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The Ancient Circuit Wall of Athens: Its Changing Course and the Phases of Construction Anna Maria Theocharaki 80 1

This paper presents a survey of the physical remains of the ancient Athenian circuit wall, which are plotted here on a new map aligned with the city’s modern urban structure. Technical details of the methods and materials of construction are reviewed in order to distinguish the characteristics of the surviving stretches of walls and to assess the chronological value of these details. The author proposes likely locations for sections of the circuit wall not yet identified. Drawing on the results of the survey and on literary and epigraphical evidence, the author identifies four courses and 15 construction phases of the city wall of Athens between the early 5th century B.C. and the mid-6th century A.D.

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Excavations in the Archaic Civic Buildings at Azoria in 2005–2006 Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, Rodney D. Fitzsimons, C. Margaret Scarry, Lynn M. Snyder, and William C. West, II 80 1

Continuing excavation on the South Acropolis at Azoria in northeastern Crete has exposed buildings of Archaic date (7th–early 5th century B.C.) that served communal or public functions. Work conducted in 2005 and 2006 completed the exploration of Late Archaic levels within the Communal Dining Building (putative andreion complex), the Monumental Civic Building, and the adjacent Service Building. These contexts and their assemblages, especially the animal and plant remains, permit the characterization of diverse dining practices and the interpretation of patterns of food production and consumption. Both the Communal Dining Building and the Monumental Civic Building show extensive evidence of communal feasting and the integration of cult.

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Mortaria from Ancient Corinth: Form and Function Alexandra Villing and Elizabeth G. Pemberton 79 4

As important vessels in domestic and cultic food preparation in ancient Greece, ceramic mortaria are closely intertwined with the development of culinary customs and their social setting. Examples found at Corinth show a variety of forms, particularly in the Classical period. This study presents an analysis of the morphological changes of the Corinthian examples from the Archaic through Hellenistic periods. The end of the 6th and the first half of the 5th century B.C. see the greatest developments, such as the introduction of spout, handles, and gritted interiors. The functions of mortaria are also discussed in detail, with interpretation based on the artifacts themselves, textual references, and iconographic and contextual evidence.

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Greek Verse on a Vase by Douris David Sider 79 4

A schoolroom scene on an Attic red-figure kylix painted by Douris (Berlin, Antikensammlung, Staatliche Museen 2285) presents two interdependent problems of reading. One concerns the text on the scroll held up by the teacher: is it in hexameters or lyric, and is it part of a preexisting poem or an ad hoc composition by the painter? The second problem is iconographical: how is the viewer to interpret the action? Here it is argued that the verse is meant to be an epic hexameter and that its mistakes are to be attributed to the student, rather than to Douris.

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Topographic Semantics: The Location of the Athenian Public Cemetery and Its Significance for the Nascent Democracy Nathan T. Arrington 79 4

In this article, the author seeks to understand the place of the demosion sema, the public cemetery of Athens, within the Athenian physical and cognitive landscape. The archaeological and literary evidence shows that the cemetery was established ca. 500 B.C., along the road from the Dipylon Gate to the Academy. This was an area with few pre-Classical burials but strong religious and civic associations. Here the nascent democracy shaped a new space for corporate self-definition by juxtaposing the public cemetery with the district further to the east, around the road leading to Hippios Kolonos, which had long been a center for aristocratic display.

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The Excavation of Chrysokamino-Chomatas: A Preliminary Report Cheryl R. Floyd and Philip P. Betancourt 79 4

Excavations in 1996 and 1997 at Chrysokamino-Chomatas, a site near the Chrysokamino metallurgy workshop in East Crete, revealed two architectural phases from the Late Minoan period in addition to earlier (pre-LM IB) and later (post–Bronze Age) remains. The first architectural phase, destroyed in LM IB-Final, consisted of the poorly preserved walls of a single isolated building. Above it were the remains of a LM IIIA2–IIIB-Early farmstead. The LM IB building, which was incompletely preserved, possessed several interesting deposits, including one with a complete copper or bronze dagger. The LM III complex was an isolated farmstead with abundant evidence for activities related to farming and animal husbandry.

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A Middle–Late Byzantine Pottery Assemblage from Sagalassos: Typo-Chronology and Sociocultural Interpretation Athanasios K. Vionis, Jeroen Poblome, Bea De Cupere, and Marc Waelkens 79 3

A 12th–13th-century A.D. ceramic assemblage from Alexander’s Hill at Sagalassos in southwestern Turkey provides new evidence for the typo-chronological study of Byzantine pottery. A functional analysis of the assemblage, along with textual and iconographic evidence, archaeozoological and palynological analyses, and chemical analysis of cooking-pot residues, contributes to the reconstruction of diet and cooking practices in Anatolia. While baked fish, vegetables, pulses, and bread are usually regarded as the staples of Byzantine peasant cuisine, diners at Sagalassos were enjoying beef stews before the Fourth Crusade, when the technique of stewing meat was allegedly introduced to the eastern Mediterranean from the West.

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A Prytany Dedication from Athens Found at Corinth Paul A. Iversen 79 3

A fragmentary inscription found at Corinth during the 1965 excavation season (I 2649) refers to the ὑπογραμματεύς (undersecretary) Eisidotos and an ἀντιγραφεύς (copy clerk). The inscription is here identified as a prytany dedication from Athens dating between ca. A.D. 164 and 168/9.

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Towers and Fortifications at Vayia in the Southeast Corinthia William R. Caraher, David K. Pettegrew, and Sarah James 79 3

Although rural towers have long been central to the discussion of the fortified landscapes of Classical and Hellenistic Greece, the Corinthia has rarely figured in the conversation, despite the historical significance of exurban fortifications for the territory. The authors of this article report on the recent investigation by the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey of two towers and associated fortifications in the region of Vayia in the southeast Corinthia. By integrating topographic study, intensive survey, and architectural analysis, they suggest that these three sites served to guard an economically productive stretch of the Corinthian countryside and to protect—or block—major maritime and land routes into the region.

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Deme Theaters in Attica and the Trittys System Jessica Paga 79 3

Analysis of the physical form and geographic distribution of deme theaters in Attica demonstrates their multiplicity of functions during the Classical period. A pattern of one theatral area per trittys per phyle is identified, pointing to the use of the trittyes as nodes of communication within the broader framework of Athenian society and democratic organization. The author argues that the multifunctional nature of the theaters is integrally linked to their relationship with the trittyes, and posits that the theatral areas facilitated both deme and trittyes gatherings. The precise role of the trittyes in organizational and administrative functions is further considered.

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Priniatikos Pyrgos and the Classical Period in Eastern Crete: Feasting and Island Identities Brice L. Erickson 79 3

Classical Crete is still poorly understood archaeologically, although recent work on local ceramic sequences has begun to change the traditional picture of isolation and decline in the 5th century B.C. At Priniatikos Pyrgos in the Mirabello region of eastern Crete, relatively rich phases of Classical occupation provide a detailed view of local ceramic development. A large deposit of fine wares mixed with ash and bone may indicate public feasting. The evidence also casts light on the local economy, revealing connections with Gortyn, Azoria, and other Cretan cities, as well as extensive contacts overseas.

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Fish Lists in the Wilderness: The Social and Economic History of a Boiotian Price Decree Ephraim Lytle 79 2

This article presents a new text and detailed examination of an inscribed Hellenistic decree from the Boiotian town of Akraiphia (SEG XXXII 450) that consists chiefly of lists of fresh- and saltwater fish accompanied by prices. The text incorporates improved readings and restores the final eight lines of the document, omitted in previous editions. The discussion covers the arrangement of the text and the sources of the lists, one of which probably originated in a customhouse in the nearby port of Anthedon, as well as the larger social and economic context of the decree, which has been generally misunderstood.

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A New Type of Early Iron Age Fibula from Albania and Northwest Greece John K. Papadopoulos 79 2

This article presents a hitherto unknown type of Early Iron Age fibula from Lofkënd in Albania, together with related examples from Kënet in northeastern Albania and Liatovouni in northwestern Greece. Dubbed the “Lofkënd type,” this group of fibulae can be securely dated to the late 10th or 9th century b.c. The author discusses the evidence provided by archaeological context, as well as the date, distribution, and cultural affinities of the new type.

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Mycenaean and Cypriot Late Bronze Age Ceramic Imports to Kommos: An Investigation by Neutron Activation Analysis Jonathan E. Tomlinson, Jeremy B. Rutter and Sandra M. A. Hoffmann 79 2

The results of a small-scale program of neutron activation analysis of 69 ceramic fragments from the Minoan harbor town of Kommos are presented and critically evaluated. Prior to analysis, the vessels represented in the sample were thought to be imports from outside of Crete, manufactured either on Cyprus or in the Mycenaean cultural sphere. The chemical analyses support the identifications of the vessels as imports from the regions in question in roughly 80% of the cases. They further suggest that the vast majority of these ceramic imports were produced in a comparatively small number of production centers.

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Stone Age Seafaring in the Mediterranean: Evidence from the Plakias Region for Lower Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Habitation of Crete Thomas F. Strasser, Eleni Panagopoulou, Curtis N. Runnels, Priscilla M. Murray, Nicholas Thompson, Panayiotis Karkanas, Floyd W. McCoy, Karl W. Wegmann 79 2

A survey in 2008 and 2009 on the southwestern coast of Crete in the region of Plakias documented 28 preceramic lithic sites. Sites were identified with artifacts of Mesolithic type similar to assemblages from the Greek mainland and islands, and some had evidence of Lower Palaeolithic occupation dated by geological context to at least 130,000 years ago. The long period of separation (more than 5,000,000 years) of Crete from any landmass implies that the early inhabitants of Crete reached the island using seacraft capable of open-sea navigation and multiple journeys—a finding that pushes the history of seafaring in the Mediterranean back by more than 100,000 years and has important implications for the dispersal of early humans.

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Red-Figure Pottery of Uncertain Origin from Corinth: Stylistic and Chemical Analyses Ian D. McPhee and Efi Kartsonak 79 1

The focus of this article is a group of 18 red-figure fragments or fragmentary vessels found at Corinth whose place of manufacture cannot be determined by visual analysis. All are datable to the later 5th or early 4th century B.C. Several of the vases were decorated by the Academy Painter (an Attic Late Mannerist) or by another painter, designated the Painter of Corinth 1937-525, who is considered here for the first time. Chemical analysis of the fragments indicates that 15 of the 18 form a discrete group distinct from normal Attic and Corinthian clays. The analysis also confirms the Corinthian origin of a bell krater painted by the Attic Suessula Painter.

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Of Battle, Booty, and (Citizen) Women: A “New” Inscription from Archaic Axos, Crete Paula J. Perlman 79 1

The author proposes a join between two previously unassociated inscribed blocks from Axos, Crete. These Archaic inscriptions (IC II v 5 and IC II v 6) are now lost, but published descriptions and drawings of the blocks, along with the text that results from this virtual join, strongly support their association. The new, composite text preserves part of a law or interstate agreement and appears to concern rituals attendant to war; it is examined here in the broader context of Cretan dedicatory habits and society during the Late Iron Age and the Archaic period.

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An Archaic Ivory Figurine from a Tumulus Near Elmalı: Cultural Hybridization and a New Anatolian Style Tuna Şare 79 1

The extent of cultural and artistic hybridization in Archaic Anatolia is explored through close examination of an ivory figurine of a mother with two children from Tumulus D at Bayındır, near Elmalı in southwestern Turkey. Along with other figurines from that tomb and from Archaic Ephesos, this family group testifies to the late-7th-century B.C. birth of a western Anatolian style in the minor arts that anticipates the Ionian style in Greek sculpture. The author suggests that the figurines served as handles of sacred implements and that they represent elite participants in the cult of an Anatolian goddess, perhaps Artemis Ephesia.

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VIII: Lithics and Landscapes: A Messenian Perspective William A. Parkinson and John F. Cherry 79 1

The authors document and discuss the chipped stone assemblage collected by the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project in Messenia, Greece, during three seasons of surface investigations conducted between 1992 and 1994. The article begins with a brief description of the basic characteristics of the PRAP chipped stone assemblage. This section is followed by a discussion of the diachronic social processes that can be inferred from the patterns in the assemblage, from the Middle Palaeolithic through historical periods. The article concludes with a comparative analysis of how the distribution of chipped stone in the Messenian landscape relates to comparable evidence from survey projects elsewhere in the Aegean.

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 11 3

inscriptions

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Epigraphical Index 78 4

epigraphical index

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An Early Ottoman Cemetery at Ancient Corinth Arthur H. Rohn, Ethne Barnes, and Guy D. R. Sanders, with an appendix by Orestes H. Zervos 78 4

The authors report in this article on the excavation and skeletal analyses of 81 graves containing the remains of 133 individuals in a 17th-century cemetery in the Panayia Field at Ancient Corinth. Two distinct styles of burial reflect Orthodox Christian and Muslim traditions. Osteological analyses revealed a preponderance of adult males over females; more young and middle-aged males and fewer small children than might be expected; and numerous instances of physical violence, including two obvious cases of punishment. The presence of iron boot-heel reinforcement cleats and the mixing of Christian and Muslim burial practices suggest that the cemetery may have served a garrison population in Corinth under Ottoman rule during the early 17th century.

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A Roman Athena from the Pnyx and the Agora in Athens Aileen Ajootian 78 4

Two fragments of marble sculpture, one found in late fill on the Pnyx and the other in the Athenian Agora, join to form part of a large helmeted head, probably from a Roman statue of Athena. Unusual, wavelike curls escaping from beneath the helmet suggest a date in the mid-1st century a.d. The Pnyx/Agora statue may have been commissioned in Athens during a period of renewed interest in the Panathenaic festival by Athenians who saw the promotion of their city’s religious traditions as a way of enhancing their own status and that of their city.

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Hunting the Eschata: An Imagined Persian Empire on the Lekythos of Xenophantos Hallie Malcolm Franks 78 4

The so-called lekythos of Xenophantos presents an image unparalleled in Greek vase painting. In a scene that belongs fully to neither the world of reality nor that of myth, Persians hunt griffins, among other prey. The author offers a new reading of the scene as a fictionalized account of Persian conquest, in which the borders of the empire have reached the edges of the earth, the eschata. Such a scenario has parallels in Herodotos’s stories of the Persians’ (inappropriate) territorial aspirations; in these accounts, as Persians seek to expand their power beyond its natural limits, they are met with failure and punishment.

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Travel, Pictures, and a Victorian Gentleman in Greece Deborah Harlan 78 3

The rise of mass tourism in the late 19th century coincided with advances in photographic technology that made it easier for travelers to document their journeys. In the 1890s, the clergyman and scientist T. R. R. Stebbing made a photographic record of his travels in the eastern Mediterranean. Stebbing’s images reproduce a way of looking at antiquity prescribed by 19th-century guidebooks, thereby encoding a conventional Western view of antiquity. Incorporated into an academic network of slide collections, Stebbing’s images contributed to an authoritative scholarly construction of the classical world in Britain during the early 20th century.

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A New Athenian Ephebic List: Agora I 7545 Kevin F. Daly 78 3

Agora I 7545, a fragmentary ephebic list of the late 1st century B.C. or early 1st century A.D., records the names of six individuals, at least three of whom are otherwise unattested. The document honors ephebic officers and a trainer known from other inscriptions, Menis(s)kos of Kolonai. Two ephebes, Dionysodoros son of Sophokles of Sounion and Gorgias son of Architimos of Sphettos, appear to be related to members of the genos of the Kerykes recorded in IEleusis 300 of 20/19 B.C. The inscription demands a reassessment of the dates and careers of Meniskos and Dionysodoros, and raises questions about the constituency of the Kerykes in the Early Roman period.

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The Temple of Apollo Patroos Dated by an Amphora Stamp Mark L. Lawall 78 3

The temple of Apollo Patroos in the Athenian Agora is often dated to ca. 330 B.C. A fragment of a Thasian amphora with a stamp bearing the eponym Ποῦλυς was found in a pit closed no later than the period of the temple’s construction. This stamp dates to ca. 313 B.C. The temple must therefore have been constructed in the very late 4th or very early 3rd century. Review of the textual and other archaeological evidence related to the temple and its vicinity clarifies the physical development of this cult site from ca. 375 to ca. 300 B.C.

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The Identity of the “Wool-Workers” in the Attic Manumissions Kelly L. Wrenhaven 78 3

In the second half of the 4th century B.C., the names of manumitted men and women and their occupations were inscribed on stones and displayed, presumably on the Athenian Acropolis. More than four-fifths of those identified as female are designated as “wool-workers” (ταλασιουργοί), and scholars have debated whether these women were domestic slaves, or professional slaves who were able to purchase their own freedom. Drawing upon iconographic, literary, and archaeological evidence, the author revisits the “spinning ἑταίρα” debate, arguing that the ταλασιουργοί were primarily prostitutes and that the designation ταλασιουργός was used essentially to avoid the stigma associated with their trade.

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Seeing the Sea: Ships’ Eyes in Classical Greece Deborah N. Carlson 78 3

Excavations in the Athenian Agora have brought to light fragments of three sculpted marble eyes, or ophthalmoi, from Classical levels in and around the Tholos precinct. The discovery of similar objects at the ancient harbor of Zea, and more recently in association with a Classical Greek ship wrecked off the Aegean coast of Turkey, makes clear that all are examples of the eyes that decorated the bows of ancient Greek ships. Three hypotheses are offered to explain the presence of nautical artifacts within the Agora: they may have served as honorific fixtures relating to the fleet; represented surplus naval equipment stored in the Strategeion; or belonged to a wheeled ship used in the Anthesteria or the Greater Panathenaia festival.

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Flaked Stone from Isthmia P. Nick Kardulias 78 3

Archaeologists have long acknowledged the importance of flaked stone tools in the prehistoric archaeological record of the Aegean. Over the past two decades, scholars have demonstrated the continued production and use of lithics in historical periods as well. At Isthmia, flaked stone tools have been found in deposits associated with craft, agricultural, ritual, and domestic contexts. The presence of reduction debris as well as finished tools of obsidian and chert suggests some on-site production in historical eras, but recycling of older pieces is also possible. The assemblage reflects a pragmatic response to the need for cutting, scraping, and incising tools in various periods.

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The 2005 Chios Ancient Shipwreck Survey: New Methods for Underwater Archaeology Brendan P. Foley, Katerina Dellaporta,Dimitris Sakellariou, Brian S. Bingham, Richard Camilli, Ryan M. Eustice, Dionysis Evagelistis, Vicki Lynn Ferrini, Kostas Katsaros,Dimitris Kourkoumelis, Aggelos Mallios, Paraskevi Micha, David A. Mindell, Christopher Roman, Hanumant Singh, David S. Switzer, and Theotokis Theodoulou 78 2

In 2005 a Greek and American interdisciplinary team investigated two shipwrecks off the coast of Chios dating to the 4th-century B.C. and the 2nd/1st century. The project pioneered archaeological methods of precision acoustic, digital image, and chemical survey using an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and in-situ sensors, increasing the speed of data acquisition while decreasing costs. The AUV recorded data revealing the physical dimensions, age, cargo, and preservation of the wrecks. The earlier wreck contained more than 350 amphoras, predominantly of Chian type, while the Hellenistic wreck contained about 40 Dressel 1C amphoras. Molecular biological analysis of two amphoras from the 4th-century wreck revealed ancient DNA of olive, oregano, and possibly mastic, part of a cargo outbound from Chios.

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Fifth-Century Horoi on Aigina: A Reevaluation Irene Polinskaya 78 2

In this article, the author reexamines the 14 known horos inscriptions from Aigina in connection with the discovery of four new horoi, published here for the first time. These additional horoi lend new support to the arguments—debated by many scholars—for the date (431–404 B.C.), occasion (Athenian occupation of Aigina during the Peloponnesian War), authorship (Athenian), and purpose (markers of agricultural estates) of the Aiginetan horoi. The article presents a fresh view of Athenian motivations for the introduction of agricultural temene dedicated to the gods on Aigina and in other conquered territories during the Athenian Empire.

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How the Corinthians Manufactured Their First Roof Tiles Philip Sapirstein 78 2

The earliest known terracotta roof postdating the Bronze Age belongs to the 7th-century B.C. Old Temple at Corinth. Analysis of the surface markings preserved on its tiles suggests a hypothesis for the forming and finishing stages of tile manufacture. Individual tiles were built right side up on a mold, with a pair of profiled templates guiding the shape of the top. Replication experiments reveal that the template design for these tiles is much simpler than formerly believed. Nonetheless, it is likely that the Corinthians created their first tiles in imitation of an earlier terracotta roofing system with separate cover and pan tiles, perhaps developed outside the Corinthia.

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Warfare in Neolithic Thessaly: A Case Study Curtis N. Runnels, Claire Payne, Noam V. Rifkind, Chantel White, Nicholas P. Wolff, and Steven A. LeBlanc 78 2

Cross-cultural archaeological and ethnographic evidence for warfare in farming societies invites us to reconsider the traditional picture of the Greek Neolithic (ca. 7000–3400 B.C.) as a period of peaceful coexistence among subsistence farmers. Archaeological correlates of intercommunal conflict in the prehistoric American Southwest and the widespread evidence for warfare in Neolithic Europe suggest that warfare is also likely to have taken place in Neolithic Greece. The well-known Neolithic record for Thessaly reveals evidence for warfare in defensive structures, weapons, and settlement patterns. Competition for resources such as arable land, grazing rights, and water may have contributed to the causes of Greek Neolithic warfare.

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Kleonai, the Corinth-Argos Road, and the “Axis of History” Jeannette C. Marchand 78 1

The ancient road from Corinth to Argos via the Longopotamos pass was one of the most important and longest-used natural routes through the northeastern Peloponnese. The author proposes to identify the exact route of the road as it passed through Kleonaian territory by combining the evidence of ancient testimonia, the identification of ancient roadside features, the accounts of early travelers, and autopsy. The act of tracing the road serves to emphasize the prominent position of the city Kleonai on this interstate route, which had significant consequences both for its own history and for that of neighboring states.

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Technical Observations on the Sculptures from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia John G. Younger and Paul Rehak 78 1

Technical observations on the sculptures from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia allow a reconstruction of their appearance at installation and of the major changes made afterward. At installation, many sculptures were unfinished; the west pediment had more centaur groups than are preserved today; and the horse blocks on the east pediment were separated, one in front of the other. By the time of Pausanias’s visit in A.D. 174, the sculptures had suffered major damage at least twice (in the mid-4th century and the early 2nd century B.C.); his identification of Kaineus in the west pediment may refer to a headless Apollo propped up on his knees, flanked by centaurs.

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Honorary Shares of Sacrificial Meat in Attic Vase Painting: Visual Signs of Distinction and Civic Identity Victoria Tsoukala 78 1

A group of Attic black- and red-figure vases from the late 6th and 5th centuries B.C. is decorated with scenes that prominently feature legs of meat in iconographic contexts other than sacrificial butchering. These leg joints are interpreted as honorary shares of sacrificial meat awarded to select individuals at the festivals of the polis; the honorary shares included more meat than the shares distributed to the general public. Because leg joints were awarded as honorary shares to the priests who officiated at sacrifices, they came to represent honorary shares in general. By extension, the leg joints that appear in painted scenes symbolize meritorious participation in city festivals, and thus can be viewed as expressions of civic identity.

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Hieron: The Ancient Sanctuary at the Mouth of the Black Sea Alfonso Moreno 77 4

This article presents the currently available literary and archaeological evidence for the sanctuary of Hieron at the mouth of the Black Sea, including the previously unpublished record of its only known excavation. Analyzing the evidence in separate topographical, historical, and archaeological sections, with a map and photographs, the author provides the most complete description of Hieron to date, shows how the entrance to the Black Sea was perceived in spatial and religious terms, and encourages future archaeological exploration that could increase our understanding of ancient trade and settlement in the Black Sea region.

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Nemea Valley Archaeological Project, Excavations at Barnavos: Final Report James C. Wright, Evangelia Pappi, Sevasti Triantaphyllou, Mary K. Dabney, Panagiotis Karkanas, Georgia Kotzamani, and Alexandra Livarda 77 4

In 2002 and 2003 the 4th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) excavated a robbed Late Helladic (LH) IIIA2 chamber tomb at Barnavos, west of the village of Ancient Nemea. Through application of a novel method of stratigraphic analysis and careful documentation of the scattered remains, it was ascertained that the tomb was opened as many as six times for four or five interments, including a child and probably both male and female adults. No other tomb was found in the vicinity. This is the first Mycenaean tomb discovered in the valley, and it belongs to the settlement at Tsoungiza.

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Excavations in the Hagios Charalambos Cave: A Preliminary Report Philip P. Betancourt, Costis Davaras, Heidi M. C. Dierckx, Susan C. Ferrence, Jane Hickman, Panagiotis Karkanes, Photeini J. P. McGeorge, James D. Muhly, David S. Reese, Eleni Stravopodi, and Louise Langford-Verstegen, with a Appendix by Stephania Chlouveraki 77 4

The cave of Hagios Charalambos is a Minoan secondary ossuary in the Lasithi plain in the mountains of east-central Crete. It was excavated in two campaigns (1976–1983 and 2002–2003). Artifacts include pottery, figurines, seals, stone tools, metal tools and weapons, jewelry, and other objects buried with the deceased. The original burials range in date from Neolithic to Middle Minoan IIB, but the bones were all moved to the ossuary within a relatively short period in MM IIB. Some of the bones were partly sorted before their secondary deposition. The skulls indicate many traumas and three sophisticated trephinations, the earliest thus far known in Greece.

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Excavation of a 13th-Century Church near Vasilitsi, Southern Messenia Nikos D. Kontogiannis, with an appendix by Lilian Karali 77 3

A small-scale excavation in the area of Vasilitsi, southern Messenia, revealed the remnants of a previously unrecorded 13th-century triple-aisled cross-vaulted church with a series of burials along its north wall. In addition to ceramics and a marble basin, a small hoard of Venetian torneselli was found. The author discusses the church’s period of use and details of its architecture and construction, as well as the identity of its builders and the settlement pattern of this largely unknown area. Parallels from published histories, surface surveys, and excavations from other regions of medieval Messenia and Greece are discussed. An osteological report on the burials is presented as an appendix.

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The End of the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth Kathleen Warner Slane 77 3

The end of cult activity in the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth has previously been dated to the third or fourth quarter of the 4th century. Because some scholars have suggested that the latest lamps from the sanctuary date to ca. 425 or 450, the author reexamined the context pottery in search of 5th-century material. This article supplements the catalogue in Corinth XVIII.2, reviews the coins and fine wares on which the dates were based, and reconsiders the amphoras, coarse wares, and lamps. The new material is largely datable to the late 5th and 6th centuries and seems to be associated with robbing trenches or the late cemetery rather than with the pagan cult.

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The Linguistic Case for the Aiolian Migration Reconsidered Holt N. Parker 77 3

Ascribing the presence of speakers of Lesbian in the northeast Aegean during historical times to the migration of Aiolian tribes from mainland Greece receives no support from linguistics. Migration is not the only or even primary way in which languages and dialects may spread. Moreover, on reexamination, the idea of an Aiolic dialect group falls apart. Boiotian, separated by the First Compensatory Lengthening from Lesbian and Thessalian, appears as a conservative dialect, most closely related to West Greek. In turn, Lesbian and Thessalian are both archaic branches of Greek that share no demonstrable common innovations. They are best viewed as two separate relic areas of a relatively unaltered early Greek.

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Separating Fact from Fiction in the Aiolian Migration C. Brian Rose 77 3

Iron Age settlements in the northeast Aegean are usually attributed to Aiolian colonists who journeyed across the Aegean from mainland Greece. This article reviews the literary accounts of the migration and presents the relevant archaeological evidence, with a focus on new material from Troy. No one area played a dominant role in colonizing Aiolis, nor is such a widespread colonization supported by the archaeological record. But the aggressive promotion of migration accounts after the Persian Wars proved mutually beneficial to both sides of the Aegean and justified the composition of the Delian League.

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An Archer from the Palace of Nestor: A New Wall-Painting Fragment in the Chora Museum Hariclia Brecoulaki, Caroline Zaitoun, Sharon R. Stocker, and Jack L. Davis, with Appendixes by Andreas G. Karydas, Maria Perla Colombini, and Ugo Bartolucci 77 3

The authors interpret two joining pieces of a brightly colored wall painting found at the Palace of Nestor in 1939. The fragment, removed from the walls of the palace prior to its final destruction, represents part of an archer, probably female. Alternative reconstructions are offered. Artistic methods and constituents of the plaster and paint are studied by XRD, PIXE-alpha analysis, XRF, SEM-EDS, PY/GC-MS, and GC-MS. Egyptian blue pigment was extensively employed. Egg was used as a binder for the pigments in a tempera, rather than a fresco, technique. The identification of individualized painting styles may make it possible to assign groups of wall paintings to particular artists or workshops.

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A Funerary Horos for Philiste Kevin F. Daly 77 2

A 4th-century B.C. funerary horos (I 7525) discovered in the excavations of the Athenian Agora in 1981 preserves the name Philiste. A previously published funerary stele found in the Agora in 1934 is inscribed with the same name (IG II2 6133a). Although it cannot be demonstrated conclusively, it is possible that these funerary inscriptions originally belonged to the same grave plot.

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Inscribed Silver Plate from Tomb II at Vergina: Chronological Implications David W. J. Gill 77 2

Five items of silver plate from tomb II at Vergina are inscribed with their ancient weights. The inscriptions, using the acrophonic and alphabetic systems, suggest that the pieces were made to a drachma weight of ca. 4.2 g. This weight of drachma was introduced to Macedonia by Alexander the Great and does not appear to have been used by Philip II. The inscriptions on the silver add to the cumulative evidence provided by the cremated remains, black-gloss saltcellars, and iconography of the lion-hunt frieze that tomb II was the final resting place not of Philip II, but of Philip III Arrhidaios and Adea Eurydike.

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The Fabric of the City: Imaging Textile Production in Classical Athens Sheramy D. Bundrick 77 2

Scenes of textile production on Athenian vases are often interpreted as confirming the oppression of women, who many argue were confined to “women’s quarters” and exploited as free labor. However, reexamination of the iconography—together with a reconsideration of gender roles and the archaeology of Greek houses dating to the 5th and 4th centuries B.C.—suggests that these images idealize female contributions to the household in a positive way. The scenes utilize the dual metaphor of weaving and marriage to express the harmonia of oikos and polis, a theme particularly significant under the evolving Athenian democracy.

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Boiotian Tripods: The Tenacity of a Panhellenic Symbol in a Regional Context Nassos Papalexandrou 77 2

The author examines the ritual uses of tripod cauldrons in Boiotian public contexts, synthesizing material, epigraphic, and literary evidence. Dedications of tripods by individuals were expressions of prominent social status. Communal dedications made in the distinctively Boiotian rite of the tripodephoria were symbolic actualizations of power relations between the dominant center and its periphery. Remains of two suntagmata of tripods at the sanctuary of the hero Ptoios at Kastraki, near Akraiphia, provide evidence for the physical ambience of the sanctuary, the form of the tripods, and the collective rites associated with the dedications.

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The Bronze Age Site of Mitrou in East Lokris: Finds from the 1988-1989 Surface Survey Margaretha Kramer-Hajos and Kerill O'Neill 77 2

This article presents the results of the study of the surface survey material from the island site of Mitrou. The survey was carried out under the auspices of the Cornell Halai and East Lokris Project (CHELP) in 1988 and 1989, and the finds were studied by the authors between 2000 and 2003. Pottery and small finds indicate that Mitrou was one of the major Bronze Age sites in the region, occupied from Early Helladic II through the Protogeometric period without interruption, and benefiting from trading contacts throughout the Aegean.

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Pagan Statuettes in Late Antique Corinth: Sculpture from the Panayia Domus Lea M. Stirling 77 1

Excavations in 1999 at the Panayia Domus at Corinth uncovered nine statuettes representing Artemis (twice), Asklepios (twice), Roma, Dionysos, Herakles, Europa/Sosandra, and Pan, the contents of a probable domestic shrine in a small, plain room. The statuettes range in date from the late 1st to the mid-3rd or early 4th century A.D. Four are late products of Attic sarcophagus workshops. The figure of Roma is a unique domestic example of this divinity and may refer to a local monument and to the status of the owner. Other statuettes are typical of domestic assemblages in Late Roman Greece.

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Athens and Kydonia: Agora I 7602 Nikolaos Papazarkadas and Peter Thoneman 77 1

A Hellenistic inscription from the Athenian Agora (Agora I 7602) concerning syngeneia between Athens and Kydonia in western Crete is reedited here with full commentary. The history of Athenian relations with Kydonia is briefly reviewed. The authors propose a reconstruction of the Kydonians’ arguments for mythological kinship between the two cities. Agora I 7602 appears to be the earliest firm attestation of mutually accepted syngeneia between Athens and a non-Ionian city. Indeed, it is the first known inscription recording kinship between Athens and another city on grounds other than the latter’s status as a colony, at least before the Roman period.

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Plataia in Boiotia: A Preliminary Report on Geophysical and Field Surveys Conducted in 2002-2005 Andreas L. Konecny, Michael J. Boyd, Ronald T. Marchese, and Vassilis Aravantinos 77 1

Surface and geophysical surveys at Plataiai elucidate the development of the settlement through nearly five millennia. Pottery distribution patterns show that the site was first occupied in the Neolithic and continued in use through the Bronze Age, with a possible hiatus during the Dark Age. The settlement recovered in Archaic and Early Classical times, expanded during the 4th century B.C., and underwent further development in Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Early Modern times. Geophysical survey has located a previously unknown section of the town’s largest fortification circuit and a probable gateway. Results allow a detailed reconstruction of the city grid and the internal structures of some of the blocks surveyed.

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Colonialism without Colonies? A Bronze Age Case Study from Akrotiri, Thera Carl Knappett and Irene Nikolakopoulou 77 1

Using ceramic evidence from Bronze Age Akrotiri on Thera, the authors explore the idea that regional cultural interactions of a “colonialist” character can take place without the occurrence of colonization per se. They assess the types and frequency of Cretan Middle Minoan IIIA imports from selected deposits at the site, the nature of local imitations of Cretan pottery, and the adoption of a characteristically Cretan technology, the potter’s wheel. By comparing processes of material, stylistic, and technological transfer, the authors seek to characterize Crete’s influence off-island and the responses of neighboring island communities, concluding that Cretan material culture is more a cause than an effect of Minoanization.

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Schliemann and His Papers: A Tale from the Gennadeion Archives Stefanie A. H. Kennell 76 4

Heinrich Schliemann’s heirs deposited most of his personal papers in the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1936, but retained control over them until the School purchased them in 1962. For 27 years, the heirs granted sole authorization to exploit the papers to Ernst Meyer, who published only limited excerpts, obstructed the access of other researchers, and borrowed several volumes that were never returned. The author explores the troubled history of the Heinrich Schliemann Papers since the archaeologist’s death in 1890 and examines the ways in which recent improvements in cataloguing and access are facilitating new research on Schliemann’s life and career in their historical context.

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The Busy Countryside of Late Roman Corinth: Interpreting Ceramic Data Produced by Regional Archaeological Surveys David K. Pettegrew 76 4

Using data generated by the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey, the author examines the evidence for the frequently attested “explosion” of Late Roman settlement in the Corinthia, assessing the degree to which the differential visibility of pottery from the Early and Late Roman periods affects our perception of change over time. Calibration of ceramic data to compensate for differences in visibility demonstrates a more continuous pattern of exchange, habitation, and land use on the Isthmus during the Roman era. The author also compares excavated and surface assemblages from other regional projects, and suggests new ways of interpreting the ceramic evidence produced by archaeological surveys.

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The Oath of Marathon, Not Plataia? Peter M. Krentz 76 4

An oath on a 4th-century B.C. stele from Acharnai has previously been identified as the Oath of Plataia, the oath taken by the Greeks before they fought the Persians at Plataia in 479. In this article the author identifies it as the Oath of Marathon, rather than as the Oath of Plataia, and suggests that Lykourgos’s reference (1.80) to “the oath that was traditional among you [Athenians]” is to this Oath of Marathon.

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Not Twins at All: The Agora Oinochoe Reinterpreted Murray K. Dahm 76 4

A unique double figure on a Late Geometric vessel known as the Agora oinochoe (P 4885) has been interpreted in a variety of ways. In this article the author explores problems with previous interpretations and offers new readings of the figure, the scene, and the frieze. The figure should not be interpreted as the conjoined Molione-Aktorione twins or, indeed, as conjoined at all, in which case there is little to connect the scene with Homeric epic. The scene can be viewed more convincingly as an experiment in narrative, simultaneously showing two moments in time. The frieze in its entirety might even be regarded as an ingenious optical trick.

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Excavations at Azoria, 2003-2004, Part 2: The Final Neolithic, Late Prepalatial, and Early Iron Age Occupation Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, Tristan Carter, and Lynn M. Synder 76 4

This article constitutes the second of two reports on fieldwork conducted at Azoria in eastern Crete during the 2003 and 2004 excavation seasons. Evidence of Final Neolithic and Early Iron Age occupation and traces of Late Prepalatial activity were found underlying the Archaic civic buildings on the South Acropolis, particularly along the southwest terrace. The recovery of substantial Final Neolithic architectural and habitation remains contributes to our understanding of the 4th millennium in eastern Crete. Stratigraphic excavations have also clarified the spatial extent of the settlement from Late Minoan IIIC to the Late Geometric period, and brought to light evidence for the transition from the Early Iron Age to the Archaic period, and the transformation of the site in the 7th century B.C.

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 2002-2007 John McKesson Camp II 76 4

This article summarizes the results of six seasons (2002-2007) of continuing excavations in the Athenian Agora by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Work concentrated in the area outside the northwest corner of the square, where commercial buildings dating from the 5th century B.C. to the 5th century A.D. were explored and more of the eastern part of the Stoa Poikile was exposed. Further work was also carried out in the area of the Eleusinion, and southwest of the Tholos, in the Classical building traditionally identified as the “Strategeion.”

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Harold North Fowler and the Beginnings of American Study Tours in Greece Priscilla M. Murray and Curtis N. Runnels 76 3

Site-based study tours have been integral to the teaching of Greek archaeology at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) since it was founded in 1881, and at other American institutions of higher education as well. The authors present the diary of one such tour taken in 1883 by Harold North Fowler, a member of the first class of students at the ASCSA. Fowler’s diary demonstrates the importance of travel in the training of archaeologists and is of further interest because of the immediacy of the personal impressions recorded by a student of Greek archaeology toward the end of the 19th century.

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Idea and Visuality in Hellenistic Architecture: A Geometric Analysis of Temple A of the Asklepieion at Kos John R. Senseney 76 3

The author uses analytic geometry and AutoCAD software to analyze the plan of Temple A of the Asklepieion at Kos, revealing a circumscribed Pythagorean triangle as the basis for the plan’s design. This methodology and its results counter earlier doubts about the application of geometry to Doric temple design and suggest the existence of an alternative to the grid-based approach characteristic of Hellenistic temples of the Ionic order. Appreciation of the geometric system underlying the plan of Temple A leads to a consideration of the role of visuality in Hellenistic architecture, characterized here as the manner in which abstract ideas shared by architects and scholars conditioned viewing and influenced the design process.

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Two Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: I 7571 and I 7579 Kevin F. Daly 76 3

Two inscriptions discovered in the Agora Excavations contribute new information about Athenian political history: Athenian interactions with Rhodes in the late 3rd or early 2nd century B.C., and prytany members during the late 2nd century A.D. A state decree, I 7571 names an Athenian proxenos to Rhodes at a time of particularly intense diplomatic activity. The content of I 7579, a prytany document, advances our knowledge of Eleusinian officials and Athenian state practices around a.d. 191/2. In addition, the tribal affiliation proposed for a secretary named in this inscription supports the applicability of Ferguson’s Law to this period.

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Geometric Graves in the Panayia Field at Corinth Christopher A. Pfaff 76 3

This article describes the forms and contents of three Geometric graves excavated at Corinth from 2001 to 2004. The two earliest graves date to the Early Geometric period and contain monolithic sarcophagi that are among the earliest known at Corinth. One of these graves and an adjacent pit grave dating to the Middle Geometric I period were provided with special niches for grave goods. A nearby child’s grave, which may be Geometric as well, is also described. The impact of stone sarcophagi on the development of the Corinthian stoneworking industry is considered in an appendix. Stray Early Iron Age finds from the area are listed in a second appendix.

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Byzantium and the Avant-Garde: Excavations at Corinth, 1920s-1930s Kostis Kourelis 76 2

In the 1920s and 1930s, members of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens engaged in a dialogue with the avant-garde through the shared discovery of Byzantium. This extraordinary experiment took place in excavations at Corinth, where American archaeologists invented the systematic discipline of medieval archaeology, facilitated an inclusive identity for the American School, and contributed to a bohemian undercurrent that would have a long afterlife. This article situates the birth of Byzantine archaeology in Greece within the general discourse of modernism and explores the mechanisms of interchange across disciplinary and national boundaries, between subjective and objective realms.

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The Bust-Crown, the Panhellenion, and Eleusis: A New Portrait from the Athenian Agora Lee Ann Riccardi 76 2

A marble portrait found in 2002 near the City Eleusinion, just outside the Athenian Agora, depicts the head of a man wearing a crown adorned with eight small busts. The busts appear to be imperial portraits representing male members of the Antonine and Severan dynasties, the latest of which is probably Caracalla, during whose reign the portrait was presumably carved. The face and beard, but not the crown or hair, show signs of having been later reworked. The portrait may represent a delegate to the Panhellenion, an institution closely associated with Eleusis. Possibly an archon or an agonothetes of the Panhellenia, he may have been honored for his service with a statue in Athens.

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An Inscribed Funerary Monument from Corinth Benjamin W. Millis 76 2

In this article the author publishes a Corinthian funerary inscription from the late 5th or early 4th century B.C. The stone’s primary importance lies in its physical characteristics, which imply that it and other similar examples, usually interpreted as sarcophagus lids, are instead horizontal grave markers of the trapeza or mensa type; this class now represents the most common form of grave monument in pre-Roman Corinth. Secondly, given the presence of a base molding datable on stylistic grounds, this stone provides an isolated example of a pre-Roman Corinthian inscription that can be dated by criteria other than letter forms.

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The Departure of the Argonauts on the Dinos Painter’s Bell Krater in Gela John H. Oakley 76 2

The main scene on an Attic red-figure bell krater in Gela by the Dinos Painter has been variously interpreted. Some identify the scene as the Argonauts’ arrival at Kolchis, others as the departure of Theseus for Crete. Most recently, Alan Shapiro has interpreted it as Theseus’s departure from Crete. A new analysis of all the elements of the picture suggests instead that it shows the Argonauts’ departure from Kolchis. If this interpretation is correct, the vase constitutes the first known depiction of this scene as well as the first representation in ancient art of Apsyrtos and his stepmother, Idyia.

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From the Whole Citizen Body? The Sociology of Election and Lot in the Athenian Democracy Claire Taylor 76 2

In this article the author examines the sociology of selection procedures in the Athenian democracy. The role of election and lot within the political system, the extent (or lack) of corruption in the selection of officials, and the impact of the selection procedure on political life are considered. A comparison of selection procedures demonstrates that the lot was a relatively democratic device that distributed offices widely throughout Attica, whereas elections favored demes near the city. The reasons for these different patterns of participation are examined.

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Excavations at Azoria, 2003-2004, Part I: The Archaic Civic Complex Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, Rodney D. Fitzsimons, C. Margaret Scarry, and Lynn M. Synder, with appendixes by Manolis I. Stefanakis and William C. West III 76 2

This article constitutes the first of two reports on fieldwork conducted at Azoria in eastern Crete during the 2003 and 2004 excavation seasons. The focus of excavation was on the South Acropolis, where buildings of Archaic date (7th-early 5th century B.C.) suggesting public or civic functions have come to light. The complex includes a possible andreion on the west slope, a cult building on the terrace south of the peak, and storerooms and kitchens associated with a monumental public building on the southwest terrace. A 3rd-century B.C. dump on the southeast slope provides important information about the limited reoccupation of the site in the Hellenistic period.

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Toward Open Access in Ancient Studies: The Princeton-Stanford Working Papers in Classics Josiah Ober, Walter Scheidel, Brent D. Shaw, and Donna Sanclemente 76 1

The authors’ experience with founding and managing an open-access Internet site for publishing scholarly preprints, the Princeton-Stanford Working Papers in Classics, raises issues about the status of publication in classical studies. Open-access e-prints offer unique advantages in terms of availability and dated registration of work, but raise concerns about certification and permanent archiving. E-prints and traditional publications are currently complementary. Yet the worlds of scholarly publication and academic evaluation of scholarship are changing in important ways; closer cooperation between publishers, scholars, and university administrators could help to maximize benefits and limit costs to disciplines, institutions, and individuals.

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Cooking Pots as Indicators of Cultural Change: A Petrographic Study of Byzantine and Frankish Cooking Wares from Corinth Louise Joyner 76 1

Two styles of cooking pot were used sequentially at Corinth from the 12th to the 14th century A.D., a time during which Frankish crusaders occupied the Byzantine city. Utilizing thin-section petrography, the author investigates possible differences in the provenance and production technology of the two forms of cooking ware. The Byzantine form was made in many fabrics while the Frankish form, introduced some 50 years after the Frankish incursion, was limited largely to one fabric. The fabrics are all consistent with the local geology, suggesting that both forms were produced locally and that the observed differences are the result of changes in the procurement and/or production of the vessels over time.

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Life and Death at a Port in Roman Greece: The Kenchreai Cemetery Project, 2002-2006 Joseph L. Rife, Melissa Moore Morison, Alix Barbet, Richard K. Dunn, Douglas H. Ubelaker, and Florence Monier 76 1

This article summarizes the goals, methods, and discoveries of the Kenchreai Cemetery Project (2002-2006), an interdisciplinary study of burial grounds at the eastern port of Corinth during the Roman Empire, from the mid-1st to 7th century A.D. Work has concentrated on the main cemetery of cist graves and chamber tombs immediately north of the harbor on the Koutsongila ridge. The contextual study of the geology, topography, architecture, epitaphs, bones, wall painting, and artifacts has illuminated funerary ritual and its relationship to social structure during the early Empire. These burials attest to a diverse and prosperous community with a distinct elite stratum.

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The Mondragone Relief Revisited: Eleusinian Cult Iconography in Campania Iphigeneia Leventi 76 1

This study of a Classical Attic votive relief found at Mondragone in northern Campania reaffirms the traditional interpretation of the deities depicted on it as members of the Eleusinian cult circle. Drawing on contemporary Eleusinian vase painting, the author argues that the relief depicts episodes from the Homeric Hymn to Demeter. The figure of Dionysos, leaning on the throne of Hades, indicates that this Attic relief was dedicated in a local or domestic sanctuary in Campania by Eleusinian initiates who may also have participated in the Dionysiac-Orphic Mysteries. Thus, the relief is a crucial piece of evidence for the diffusion of the Eleusinian cult abroad.

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Editorial: Celebrating 75 Years of Hesperia Tracey Cullen 76 1

This editorial, published to commemorate 75 years of publication, describes the history of Hesperia since its founding in 1932, and looks at trends in readership and type of content published.

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Perseus, the Maiden Medusa, and the Imagery of Abduction Kathryn Topper 76 1

Focusing on Classical red-figure vases, the author argues that the appearance of the beautiful Medusa, which has been explained previously as an evolutionary development from the monstrous Archaic type, is determined by discursive context rather than by chronology. Painters used the beautiful Gorgon to convey certain messages about Perseus’s victory, though it is not always clear whether she is meant to evoke humor or pathos. The author further shows that Medusa’s death was figured as a perversion of the erotic abductions common to many Greek myths, and points out the beautiful Gorgon’s affinities with abducted maidens such as Persephone, Thetis, and Helen.

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Secondary Cremation Burials at Kavousi Vronda, Crete: Symbolic Representation in Mortuary Practice Maria A. Liston 76 1

Excavations at Kavousi Vronda, Crete, recovered 107 intrusive Early Iron Age burials within the abandoned Late Minoan IIIC town. Of these, three were secondary cremation burials in amphoras deposited in stone cist graves that also contained multiple primary cremation burials. The small quantity of bone in each amphora and the recurrence of skeletal elements (bones from the cranium and right forearm) suggest that these burials represent the deliberate selection of particular skeletal parts that may have been transported to the communal graves at Vronda. The author explores the possible significance of these token burials within the larger context of funerary ritual and the representation of the dead.

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The Athenian Calendar of Sacrifices: A New Fragment from the Athenian Agora Laura Gawlinski 76 1

Presented here is the editio princeps of a new fragment of the late-5th-century B.C. Athenian calendar of sacrifices. The fragment, Agora I 7577, was discovered during excavations conducted in the Athenian Agora by the American School of Classical Studies. Inscribed on both faces (Face A: 403-399 B.C., Face B: 410-404 B.C.), it is associated with, but does not join, the group of fragments of Athenian legal inscriptions often referred to as the Law Code of Nikomachos. The text provides important additional evidence for the form of the calendar and the manner of its publication, and casts new light on broader issues of Athenian cult and topography.

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The Birth of Hesperia: A View from the Archives Jack L. Davis 76 1

Edward Capps understood the need for a periodical such as Hesperia and promoted its establishment as part of an overall program of reform that he introduced early in his tenure as chairman of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (1918-1939). Since its first appearance in 1932, the journal has succeeded where previous efforts at creating a periodical for the American School failed. In this essay, the author discusses the motivating forces that between 1927 and 1932 prompted the creation of Hesperia, and considers several of the longer-term consequences of its editorial policies for the research program and intellectual life of the School.

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Thucydides’ Sources and the Spartan Plan at Pylos Loren J. Samons II 75 4

Thucydides’ account of the Spartan-Athenian conflict at Pylos contains topographical inaccuracies that demonstrate that the historian had not visited the site. Emendation is unwarranted, in part because the historian’s erroneous account of the topography harmonizes with his account of the Spartans’ plan to block the entrances to Navarino Bay. The actual topography, however, makes the reported plan impossible. The Spartans apparently intended to fight a naumachia with the Athenians inside the bay and therefore stationed hoplites on the island of Sphakteria. Thucydides’ misconceptions stem from his failure to visit the site and his reliance on tendentious Peloponnesian sources.

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Late Classical and Hellenistic Furniture and Furnishings in the Epigraphical Record Dimitra Andrianou 75 4

This article reviews the epigraphical evidence for furniture and furnishings from Late Classical and Hellenistic Greece, with particular attention to the furniture recorded in the treasure lists of Greek sanctuaries, and in the inscriptions recording loans, mortgages, and other commercial transactions involving property, between the late 4th and 1st centuries B.C. The principal goals of the study are to collect the types of furniture and furnishings mentioned in the inscriptions; to examine the vocabulary used to describe them and, where possible, to determine their value; and to discuss the purpose and significance of the furniture found in ancient Greek sanctuaries, whether used for display, storage, or as mobilier du culte.

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The Tippling Serpent in the Art of Lakonia and Beyond Gina Salapata 75 4

The iconographic scheme of a snake drinking from a cup appears on a series of stone reliefs and terracotta plaques from Lakonia depicting seated figures, now generally interpreted as dedications to local heroes. It is argued here that the drinking snake in association with human figures first appeared on Lakonian monuments during the 5th century B.C., perhaps as a way of stressing the close association of the snake with the hero and, by extension, his friendly union with the chthonic powers. This iconographic motif, which developed within the Lakonian series, was disseminated beyond Lakonia and appeared on other types of monuments, where it functioned primarily as a heroic emblem.

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The Evolution of the Pan Painter’s Artistic Style Amy C. Smith 75 4

In this article the author explores the decorative style of the Pan Painter in order to distance him from the so-called Mannerists and highlight the three-dimensional nature of his artistry. An analysis of his oeuvre reveals traits shared with the Berlin Painter and thus revives Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood’s suggestion that the Pan Painter was a shop-boy under Myson and later an apprentice to the Berlin Painter. Attention is given to the Pan Painter’s treatment of costume, which enlivened his figures and compositions in a manner suiting the range of iconographic types and vessel shapes with which he worked.

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The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey: Integrated methods for a Dynamic Landscape Thomas F. Tartaron, Timothy E. Gregory, Daniel J. Pullen, Jay S. Noller, Richard M. Rothaus, Joseph L. Rife, Lita Diacopoulos, Robert L. Schon, William R. Caraher, David K. Pettegrew, and Dimitri Nakassis 75 4

From 1997 to 2003, the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey (EKAS) investigated a 350-km squared region east of the ancient city of Corinth, focusing primarily on the northern Corinthian plain. EKAS developed an interdisciplinary methodology that emphasizes novel applications of geological science, computer-based knowledge systems, and strategies for fieldwork and collaboration among experts. In this article, the research philosophies and methods are presented and their application illustrated with results from the survey. The historical development of one settlement, Kromna in the northern Corinthian plain, is examined in detail to demonstrate the interpretive potential of data collected by these methods.

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On the Road Again: A Trajanic Milestone and the Road Connections of Aptera, Crete Martha W. Baldwin Bowsky and Vanna Niniou-Kindeli 75 3

A new Latin inscription found south of Aptera documents an Early Trajanic stage in the development of the Roman road network of western Crete. A reconsideration of Aptera and its hinterland provides the topographical context for this milestone, which apparently was found in situ. The text records direct imperial intervention and generosity. The mileage figure suggests the location of Aptera’s port, and supports the theory that Cretan milestones indicated the distance to turning points in the road. This road system linked western Crete with the capital at Gortyn, after passing through the territories of Aptera, Lappa, and Eleutherna.

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“Miserable Huts” in Post-146 B.C. Corinth Benjamin W. Millis 75 3

Scholars have long reported that the early excavators at Corinth found houses dating to the “interim period” between the destruction of the Greek city and the foundation of the Roman colony (146 B.C.-A.D. 44); apparently unaware of the precise location and continued existence of these structures, however, they have not discussed the buildings themselves. Material in the archives of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens allows these structures to be located precisely and thus examined. The absence of evidence for dating them to the interim period precludes their use as evidence for habitation during this period.

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The Aristoteles Decree and the Expansion of the Second Athenian League Christopher A. Baron 75 3

The left lateral face of the Aristoteles Decree stele (IG II2 43), the most important epigraphic source for the Second Athenian League, presents numerous problems of interpretation. The author attempts here to establish the order in which members of the League were listed on that face and to link them with campaigns described in the literary sources, offering a possible restoration for the name inscribed in line 111 and later erased. A contemporary inscription from Athens points to the Parians, who were also listed on the front of the stone. Thus, the erasure was intended to correct a mistake of repetition.

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The Introduction of the Moldmade Bowl Revisited: Tracking a Hellenistic Innovation Susan I. Rotroff 75 3

The date of 224/3 for the introduction of Hellenistic moldmade relief bowls at Athens is reexamined—and subsequently reaffirmed—in light of a recent downward shift in the chronology of Rhodian amphoras. The process of introduction is traced in detail, using a model of the innovation process based on recent inventions. The implications of the stratigraphic record at the Athenian Agora for our understanding of the introduction of innovations in general, and of this innovation in particular, are discussed. The sparse representation of the moldmade bowl in later 3rd-century deposits may indicate slow acceptance of the new type, but more likely reflects the time that it takes for objects to enter the archaeological record.

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Fortifications of Mount Oneion, Corinthia William R. Caraher and Timothy E. Gregory 75 3

Recent investigations on the Isthmus of Corinth by the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey (EKAS) have revealed a series of relatively humble fortifications situated along the ridge of Mt. Oneion, which forms the southern boundary of the Isthmus. These Late Classical-Early Hellenistic walls, along with a nearby series of later Venetian fortifications, were designed to block access to the south through several low passes. Controlling the passage of northern armies through the Isthmus to the Peloponnese was clearly a long-term strategic concern for diverse regional powers.

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Achelo Mireille M. Lee 75 3

In this study the author analyzes the iconography of a unique Early Classical bronze statuette that represents the river god Acheloös as a peplophoros. Formerly in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, the statuette is now lost. Using the myth of Herakles’ peplos as a parallel, the author argues that Acheloös is represented wearing women’s dress in order to counterbalance his excessive masculinity. The combination of masculine and feminine iconographic attributes serves to acknowledge the potentially destructive power of the river while also highlighting its life-giving beneficence.

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The Late Neolithic in the Eastern Aegean: Excavations at G Turan Takaoglu 75 3

Recent archaeological excavations in 2004 and 2005 at Gülpınar, located on the southern coast of the Troad, shed new light on Late Neolithic life in the eastern Aegean world. The LN I material remains from Gülpınar display similarities with assemblages from sites in the eastern Aegean islands, the Cyclades, and the Balkans, confirming the existence of a large cultural interaction sphere during this period. Sites in the coastal Troad were clearly open to ideas from the Balkans at this time and also in contact, probably through trade, with the Aegean islands.

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The Grave of Maria, Wife of Euplous: A Christian Epitaph Reconsidered Mary E. Hoskin Walbank and Michael B. Walbank 75 2

A well-known epitaph for Maria, wife of Euplous, excavated at Corinth in 1931 and originally dated to the late 4th century, has been described as “incompetent” and unworthy of the substantial cost of the grave. We show that it was carefully engraved in two stages in the Justinianic era, a date confirmed by reevaluation of the site and the lamps found with the grave. We suggest a new interpretation of the text, and consider the occupations of the seller and the purchaser of the grave in the context of 6th-century Corinth. Criteria for dating Early Christian Corinthian epitaphs are proposed in an appendix.

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Chairs, Beds, and Tables: Evidence for Furnished Interiors in Hellenistic Greece Dimitra Andrianou 75 2

This study presents the archaeological evidence for chairs, beds, and tables from excavated domestic and funerary contexts in Greece dating from the 4th to the 1st century B.C. The author’s principal aim is to present and analyze the evidence for domestic furniture in its primary location, and to discuss issues related to the organization of interior space. Because tombs often preserve furniture and furnishings in good condition, the evidence they provide is carefully examined as well. Methodological issues concerning the limitations of textual and iconographic evidence and the state of publication of so-called minor objects are also addressed.

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Art and Royalty in Sparta of the 3rd Century B.C. Olga Palagia 75 2

The aim of this paper is to demonstrate that a revival of the arts in Sparta during the 3rd century B.C. was owed mainly to royal patronage, and that it was inspired by Alexander’s successors, the Seleukids and the Ptolemies in particular. The tumultuous transition from the traditional Spartan dyarchy to a Hellenistic-style monarchy, and Sparta’s attempts to regain its dominance in the Peloponnese (lost since the battle of Leuktra in 371 B.C.), are reflected in the promotion of the pan-Peloponnesian hero Herakles as a role model for the single king at the expense of the Dioskouroi, who symbolized dual kingship and had a limited, regional appeal.

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The LH IIIB-LH IIIC Transition on the Mycenaean Mainland: Ceramic Phases and Terminology Salvatore Vitale 75 2

In this article the author reconsiders the transition from Late Helladic IIIB to Late Helladic IIIC on the Greek mainland and proposes an alternative ceramic phasing based on quantitative changes in chronologically sensitive indicators. The later part of LH IIIB (traditional LH IIIB2) is divided into LH IIIB2 Early and LH IIIB2 Late. These phases are followed by an initial stage of LH IIIC, preferably termed “LH IIIC Phase 1,” as suggested by Rutter in 1977, rather than “Transitional LH IIIB2-LH IIIC Early,” as recently proposed by Mountjoy.

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Goddesses, Snake Tubes, and Plaques: Analysis of Ceramic Ritual Objects from the LMIIIC Shrine at Kavousi P. M. Day, L. Joyner, V. Kilikoglou, and G. C. Gesell 75 2

Ceramic ritual objects from the Late Minoan IIIC (ca. 1175-1050 B.C.) shrine at Kavousi, Crete, were analyzed by thin-section petrography and scanning electron microscopy. The authors investigate aspects of the objects’ production technology, drawing on the extensive comparative data available in the study area. It appears that potters manufactured these items as sets, in different locations around the Isthmus of Ierapetra, utilizing different raw materials, paste recipes, and firing conditions. These contrasting technologies relate to those used in the manufacture of cooking pots and to a range of jug/jar types, indicating that objects considered specialized may have been made by different groups of potters in the same area.

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Lizards, Lions, and the Uncanny in Early Greek Art Jeffrey M. Hurwit 75 1

An examination of the lizard in the imagery of Archaic Greek vase painting suggests that it was a figure of power and portent and often an omen of disaster. It is argued that the lizard should be ranked among such uncanny beasts as Gorgons, sphinxes, and at least one monumental feline from the Archaic Athenian Acropolis.

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IG I3 1005 B and the Boundary of Melite and Kollytos Gerald V. Lalonde 75 1

Two rupestral horoi found on the Hill of the Nymphs in Athens, IG I3 1055 A and B, are not a single boustrophedon text as usually edited. Investigation of the possibility that B marked a deme boundary, prefaced by a discussion of deme formation and territoriality, yields evidence that the ancient street that passed south of horos B on its route from the Agora to the saddle between the Hill of the Nymphs and the Pnyx divided the urban demes of Melite and Kollytos. This argument challenges the traditional view that the Pnyx was in Melite. The study concludes with an approximation of the full extent of Melite.

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The Athenian Prytaneion Discovered? Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz 75 1

The author proposes that the Athenian Prytaneion, one of the city’s most important civic buildings, was located in the peristyle complex beneath Agia Aikaterini Square, near the ancient Street of the Tripods and the Monument of Lysikrates in the modern Plaka. This thesis, which is consistent with Pausanias’s topographical account of ancient Athens, is supported by archaeological and epigraphical evidence. The identification of the Prytaneion at the eastern foot of the Acropolis helps to reconstruct the map of Archaic and Classical Athens and illuminates the testimony of Herodotos and Thucydides.

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Sella Cacatoria: A Study of the Potty in Archaic and Classical Athens Kathleen M. Lynch and John K. Papadopoulos 75 1

This article provides a detailed publication of an early black-figure infant/child seat, or potty, found in the Athenian Agora, including a series of brilliant watercolors by Piet de Jong. Later red-figure representations show such vessels in use. The potty is attributed to the Gorgon Painter, and the chronological range of such vessels is reviewed by gathering earlier and later examples of the form, both those preserved in the archaeological record and those known through iconography. Finally, the authors suggest that the term λάσανον was used in antiquity to refer to such highchairs-cum-chamber pots.

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A Roman Circus in Corinth David Gilman Romano 74 4

During the 1967-1968 excavations of the Gymnasium area in Corinth, a long and narrow structure (the “Apsidal Building”) was discovered. It is argued here that the structure represents the eastern meta and a portion of the spina of a circus, where chariot races were held. The circus appears to have been planned as an integral component of the Caesarian design of the city, constructed during the Augustan period, renovated in the late 1st century A.D., and refurbished as late as the 6th century. Furthermore, the circus was often the site of the equestrian contests of the Corinthian Caesarea festival and at times of the Panhellenic Isthmian Games.

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Capital C from the Argive Heraion Christopher A. Pfaff 74 4

A Doric column capital from the Argive Heraion, capital C, has been widely regarded as belonging to a very early (7th- or early-6th-century B.C.) stage in the development of the Doric capital. The author argues here from technical evidence that the capital instead dates to the Roman period and that it was created as a replacement element for a repair to the 6th-century B.C. North Stoa.

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A Deposit of Late Helladic IIIB1 Pottery from Tsoungiza Patrick M. Thomas 74 4

This article presents the pottery and fıgurines recovered from a Mycenaean rubbish pit excavated by the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project at Tsoungiza in 1984-1985. The deposit appears to preserve a complete range of vessels used for personal consumption, serving, cooking, storage, and other household activities, with nearly all diagnostic sherds dating to Late Helladic IIIB1. Analysis of this material suggests that, despite variations in the frequencies of some closed vessels and kraters, the residents of this small Mycenaean community had access to the same range of ceramics in use at the palace centers. The production and distribution of much Mycenaean pottery therefore may not have been controlled directly by the palaces.

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“Let No One Wonder at This Image”: A Phoenician Funerary Stele in Athens Jennifer M. S. Stager 74 3

An autopsy of the Hellenistic grave stele of SM[.]/‘Αντίπατρος discovered in the 19th century in the Kerameikos in Athens, reveals that its textual (Phoenician and Greek) and visual components differ significantly from previously published descriptions. The author reexamines the morphology of the monument, also considering its sacred address and the force that such a monument exerted on its context. This single monument to a Phoenician buried in Athens engages issues of bilingualism, religious symbolism, and, most importantly, self-definition, which structured the complex social interactions in Athens in the late 4th-2nd centuries B.C.

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Patrons of Athenian Votive Monuments of the Archaic and Classical Periods: Three Studies Catherine M. Keesling 74 3

In three studies of votive offerings, the author explores the role played by private patrons in the production of art and inscriptions in Athens in the Archaic and Classical periods. The studies concern additive sculptural groups produced by the contributions of multiple dedicators, a form of display explained within the context of votive religion; epigraphical evidence for collaboration between East Greek sculptors and Athenian patrons on 6th- and 5th-century votive monuments; and dedications that have either been misidentified as belonging to Athenian potters and vase painters or erroneously reconstructed as metal or stone vases.

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Kommos: Further Iron Age Pottery Alan W. Johnston 74 3

Excavations at Kommos, southern Crete, yielded large amounts of pottery of the Iron Age from levels of slight chronological significance. In this article the author deals with such material, expanding the ceramic aspects of deposition, largely adumbrated in previous publications concerned with stratigraphically significant material from the site. The sum of these publications should therefore constitute an adequate record of the Iron Age pottery from Kommos. The present article also includes pieces of individual interest, whether fully explicable or not, for the scrutiny of a wider public.

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The “Face of Agamemnon” Oliver Dickinson 74 3

In this article, the author responds to the claim put forward by William M. Calder III in 1999 that the most famous burial mask from the Shaft Graves at Mycenae—that generally believed to be the one that Schliemann took for the “face of Agamemnon”—is a forgery, planted by Schliemann himself. From an analysis of the surviving documentation, it is argued that this theory is untenable, particularly since Schliemann did not originally associate this mask with Agamemnon.

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Corinth: Late Roman Horizons Kathleen Warner Slane and Guy D. R. Sanders 74 2

This article reviews the investigation of Late Roman Corinth, including the recent excavations in the Panayia field. A series of four assemblages that range in date from the fifth through the seventh century, presenting approximately 50 similar objects from each and establishing relative sequences for some hitherto undated classes, is outlined. The sequences for lamps, fine wares, amphoras, cooking pots, and plain wares can be clearly established at Corinth. It is more difficult to tie together the independent chronologies of each class to assess the absolute dates for the four horizons, but the conclusions require major revisions to the monumental history of the Late Roman city.

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The Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Heroes, and Athletes Judith M. Barringer 74 2

The two pediments and twelve metopes adorning the Temple of Zeus at Olympia of ca. 470-456 B.C. have been the subject of scholarly inquiry since their discovery in the 19th century. These inquiries tend to treat the sculptural elements separately from each other, or largely detached from their Olympic context, and to interpret the sculptures as negative admonitions about hubris and consequent justice, or about dike and arete, or as political allegories. The present study examines the sculptures as a programmatic unity intimately connected with Olympia and the activities that occurred there and argues that, contrary to previous interpretations, the sculptures were created to serve as positive models to inspire and exhort Olympic athletes to deeds of honor and glory.

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VII: Historical Messenia, Geometric through Late Roman Susan E. Alcock, Andrea M. Berlin, Ann B. Harrison, Sebastian Heath, Nigel Spencer, and David L. Stone 74 2

In this article, the authors explore patterns in regional activity in Messenia, the southwest corner of the Greek Peloponnese, from the Geometric to the end of the Late Roman period (ca. eighth century B.C. to seventh century A.D.). The analysis is based on extant historical evidence, the campaigns of the Minnesota Messenia Expedition, and—above all—the results of the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project. These three data sets have been integrated, as far as possible, in order to trace long-term changes in the region and to provide a foundation for further work in this still underexplored portion of Greece’s historical landscape.

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Female Dress and “Slavic” Bow Fibulae in Greece Florin Curta 74 1

Long considered an “index fossil” for the migration of the Slavs to Greece, “Slavic” bow fibulae have never been understood in relation to female dress. The “exotic” character of their decoration has encouraged speculations concerning the ethnic attribution of these artifacts, but no serious attempt has been made to analyze the archaeological contexts in which they were found. It is argued here that bow fibulae were more than just dress accessories, and that they may have been used for negotiating social power. The political and military situation of the early seventh century A.D. in the Balkans, marked by the collapse of the early Byzantine power in the region, may explain the need for new emblemic styles to represent group identity.

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A New Fragment of an Inscription from the Julian Basilica at Roman Corinth Paul D. Scotton 74 1

Research conducted in Corinth has led to the identification of two additional fragments of West-13 (Corinth VIII.2, pp. 11-12, no. 13). These fragments enable a full restoration of line 1 of the text and roughly the first half of line 2. Although many questions regarding this inscription remain, most significant perhaps being its date, the inscription does document further evidence of a distinct imperial presence within the Julian Basilica.

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The Corinth Oinochoe: One- and Two-Handled Jugs in Corinth Ian McPhee 74 1

One of the many characteristic shapes produced in Corinth during the Archaic and Classical periods was the round-mouthed jug with one or two handles, the so-called “Corinth oinochoe.” The present article examines the typological development of this shape, particularly the version with two handles, from its introduction in the late seventh century until 146 B.C. This development suggests changing customs in male dining at Corinth, particularly in the third quarter of the fifth century and at the end of the fourth. The function of the two-handled variety is briefly considered, as well as the evidence for ceramic connections between Corinth and Athens.

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Coastal Change and Archaeological Settings in Elis John C. Kraft, George Rapp, John A. Gifford, and Stanley E. Aschenbrenner 74 1

Since the mid-Holocene epoch, sediments from the Alpheios River in Elis, in the western Peloponnese, have been entrained in littoral currents and deposited to form barriers, coastal lagoons, and peripheral marshes. Three major surges of sediment formed a series of barrier-island chains. The sites of Kleidhi (ancient Arene), along a former strategic pass by the sea, and Epitalion (Homeric Thryon), built on a headland at the mouth of the Alpheios River, now lie 1 and 5 km inland, respectively, and other ancient sites have been similarly affected. Diversion of the Peneus River has led to cycles of delta progradation and retrogradation that have both buried and eroded archaeological sites. Coastal changes continue in Elis today, resulting in areas of both erosion and deposition.

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Greek Epigraphical Index 73 4

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The Oldest Original Synagogue Building in the Diaspora: The Delos Synagogue Reconsidered Monika Tr 73 4

In the absence of archaeological or epigraphic evidence, most scholars have taken Strabo’s short passage on Pleuron as proof that Old Pleuron was sacked by Demetrios II and that, as a result, New Pleuron was rebuilt on higher and more secure ground. A close examination of the historical context and the language of Strabo suggests, however, that Old Pleuron was never sacked. New Pleuron was planned and built from a position of strength as a preventative measure to withstand an anticipated period of warfare. The communities formerly surrounding the low-lying city of Old Pleuron then synoecized around the fortified urban center of New Pleuron.

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Strabo 10.2.4 and the Synoecism of “Newer” Pleuron Michael B. Lippman 73 4

In this article, the author examines fragments of the Athenian tribute quota lists assigned to 421/0-415/4 B.C., the period preceding the elimination of tribute in ca. 413. The epigraphical and historical arguments employed previously in the reconstruction of these lists are on the whole not cogent. Moreover, in some cases, epigraphic anomalies such as differences in lettering and the uncertainty of joins may challenge the association of fragments within lists. It is suggested that many fragments could equally well be dated to the period following the increased assessment of 425, a period that currently constitutes the sole gap in the reconstructed tribute record.

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Epigraphic Geography: The Tribute Quota Fragments Assigned to 421/0-415/4 B.C. Lisa Kallet 73 4

A black-figure hydria attributed to the Alkmene Painter resurfaced after a century out of sight. Reassessment of the hydria leads to a modified attribution and revised ideas about black-figure painters working in Athens during the late sixth century B.C. Style, novel compositions, and the syntactical practice of repeating figures across fields to create narrative connections and paradigmatic relationships reveal artistic innovation. Iconographic and inscriptional evidence confirms the use of hydrias in elite convivial events. The choice of black-figure to reflect Peisistratid fountain-house construction suggests a conservative elite sensibility at the time that the Kleisthenic reforms were beginning to take shape.

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The Alkmene Hydrias and vase Painting in Late-Sixth-Century Athens Ann Steiner 73 3

After a detailed examination of the literary, epigraphic, and archaeological evidence, the authors argue that the prominent Archaic Doric temple at Corinth was dedicated to Apollo. It is this temple with its bronze statue that Pausanias (2.3.6) saw on his right as he left the area of the forum, taking the road to Sikyon. In further support of this identification, the authors present a previously unpublished Archaic terracotta pinax, possibly inscribed with a dedication to Apollo. The plaque was found during excavations at Corinth in 1902 and is now, apparently, lost.

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Apollo and the Archaic Temple at Corinth Nancy Bookidis and Ronald S. Stroud 73 3

Author(s): Donald C. Haggis | Margaret S. Mook | C. Margaret Scarry | Lynn M. Snyder | William C. West III

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Excavations at Azoria, 2002 Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, C. M. Scarry, Lynn M. Snyder, and W. C. West 73 3

This report summarizes the results of the first season of excavation at Azoria in eastern Crete and provides an overview of the project’s goals and problem orientation. Work in 2002 concentrated on the peak of the South Acropolis and the occupational phases of the seventh–sixth centuries B.C. The recovery of a possible andreion complex suggests the urban character of the site in the sixth century and forms a starting point for discussing the political economy of the Archaic city. The excavations revealed important evidence for the organization of the sixth-century settlement and for the complex stratigraphic history of the site, including the Final Neolithic, Late Prepalatial, Early Iron Age, Archaic, and Hellenistic periods.

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Feasting in Homeric Epic Susan Sherratt 73 2

Feasting plays a central role in the Homeric epics. The elements of Homeric feasting—values, practices, vocabulary, and equipment—offer interesting comparisons to the archaeological record. These comparisons allow us to detect the possible contribution of different chronological periods to what appears to be a cumulative, composite picture of around 700 B.C. Homeric drinking practices are of particular interest in relation to the history of drinking in the Aegean. By analyzing social and ideological attitudes to drinking in the epics in light of the archaeological record, we gain insight into both the prehistory of the epics and the prehistory of drinking itself.

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A Goodly Feast . . . A Cup of Mellow Wine: Feasting in Bronze Age Cyprus Louise Steel 73 2

Recent studies have focused on the consumption of food and drink in antiquity, specifically employing anthropological perspectives to examine the social aspects of these activities. In light of these studies, I review in this article the evidence for feasting as a group activity in Cyprus during the third and second millennia B.C. and argue that the practice of feasting was used to reinforce group ties. The main focus is the impact of Mycenaean customs on indigenous Cypriot feasting practices between the 14th and 12th centuries B.C.

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Aegean Feasting: A Minoan Perspective Elisabetta Borgna 73 2

This survey of feasting in Bronze Age Crete reveals that feasts could be either exclusive elite celebrations or unrestricted occasions in which social identity rather than power was most important. In contrast, Mycenaean feasting on the Greek mainland seems to have arisen from elite customs aimed at exclusion. A comparison of the evidence for Late Minoan IIIC feasting at Phaistos and convivial practices on the mainland indicates new Mycenaean components to Cretan feasting, suggesting that the earlier pattern had shifted and that Cretan feasts had similarly become elite instruments of competition and negotiation for authority.

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Sacrificial Feasting in the Linear B Documents Thomas G. Palaima 73 2

Linear B tablets and sealings from Thebes, Pylos, and Knossos monitor preparations for communal sacrifice and feasting held at palatial centers and in outlying districts. In this article I discuss the nature of the Linear B documents and focus on the fullest archaeological and textual evidence, which comes from Pylos. Translations of the key texts are presented in an appendix. Individuals and groups of varying status were involved in provisioning commensal ceremonies; prominent among the participants were regionally interlinked nobility, the wanaks (“king”) and the lāwāgetās (“leader of the lāos”). Commensal ceremonies helped establish a collective identity for inhabitants of palatial territories. Two land-related organizations, the da-mo (dāmos) and the worgioneion ka-ma, represented different social groups in such unifying ceremonies.

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Mycenaean Feasting on Tsoungiza at Ancient Nemea Mary K. Dabney, Paul Halstead, and Patrick Thomas 73 2

This paper presents a ceremonial feasting deposit from Late Helladic IIIA2 Tsoungiza. The dominance of head and foot bones from at least six cattle suggests on-site butchery, with the possibility that the meat was distributed for consumption elsewhere. The pottery fulfills most of the criteria proposed here for recognizing feasting activities in ceramic assemblages. A ceramic female figure, similar to those from sanctuaries at Phylakopi and Mycenae, ties the feasting to religious rituals. It is suggested that regional feasts contributed to maintaining political and economic alliances within the area around Mycenae.

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Animal Sacrifice, Archives, and Feasting at the Palace of Nestor Sharon R. Stocker and Jack L. Davis 73 2

The contexts of burned faunal assemblages from Blegen’s excavations at the Palace of Nestor are examined in this paper. Special attention is given to a deposit of bones found in a corner of room 7 of the Archives Complex. It is argued that these bones, from at least 10 cattle, probably represent the remains of a single episode of burned animal sacrifice and large-scale feasting that occurred shortly before the palace was destroyed. Feasts of this sort are likely to have played a diacritical role in Mycenaean society. The bones may have been brought to room 7 in order to verify to palace authorities that a sacrifice had been completed.

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A Survey of Evidence for Feasting in Mycenaean Society James C. Wright 73 2

The study of feasting on the Greek mainland during the Middle and Late Bronze Age provides insights into the nature of Mycenaean society. Grave goods demonstrate changes in feasting and drinking practices and their importance in the formation of an elite identity. Cooking, serving, and drinking vessels are also recorded in Linear B documents. Feasting scenes appear in the frescoes of Crete and the islands, and the Mycenaeans adapt this tradition for representation in their palaces. Feasting iconography is also found in vase painting, particularly in examples of the Pictorial Style. Mycenaean feasting is an expression of the hierarchical sociopolitical structure of the palaces.

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The Mycenaean Feast: An Introduction James C. Wright 73 2

This article forms the introduction to a special issue of Hesperia (73.2) devoted to the study of Mycenaean feasting.

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VI: Administration and Settlement in Venetian Navarino Siriol Davies 73 1

Documentary sources dating from the Venetian occupation of the Peloponnese (1688-1715) confirm a pattern, established by the late 17th century, of Ottoman estates dominating the lowland plain while the majority of Greeks lived in inland villages. The Venetians encouraged migration to the cities in an attempt to create an urban society that would support their administration. They failed to achieve this aim, as this study of Venetian Navarino shows, not only for lack of an urban tradition, but also because their policies for land distribution and taxation did not provide political or economic incentives for moving to the city. As a result, the settlement pattern in the Peloponnese remained remarkably stable throughout the Venetian occupation.

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A Family of Eumolpidai and Kerykes Descended from Perikles Kevin Clinton 73 1

The inscription on a statue base (I 7483) found in the Agora Excavations provides information from the late second and early third century A.D. on intermarriage between families of the Eumolpidai and Kerykes, specifically the Casiani of Steiria of the genos of Eumolpidai and the Claudii of Melite of the genos of Kerykes. It allows us also to identify with high probability members of the Casiani with Eleusinian priests whose names have hitherto been known to us only in their hieronymous form. In addition, it provides important new evidence from the third century A.D. of the display of noble ancestry.

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The “Rich Athenian Lady” Was Pregnant: The Anthropology of a Geometric Tomb Reconsidered Maria A. Liston and John K. Papadopoulos 73 1

Recent reexamination of the cremated remains in the celebrated tomb of the “rich Athenian lady” brought to light the presence of a fetus four to eight weeks short of full term and established that the adult female died during pregnancy or premature childbirth. The physical anthropology of mother and child is reviewed and a facial reconstruction of the deceased woman presented. Other examples of pregnancy and death in the Greek world are discussed. The discovery of a fetus together with the adult female fundamentally changes the interpretation of this tomb and highlights the importance of skeletal evidence in the study of demography and social structure.

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A Personification of Demos on a New Attic Document Relief Kevin Glowacki 72 4

This article presents a previously unpublished document relief discovered during excavations on the north slope of the Acropolis of Athens in 1937. Although fragmentary, this relief contributes to the corpus of 4th-century B.C. document reliefs by providing a well-preserved depiction of what is most likely “Demos,” the personification of the Athenian people, awarding a crown to a mortal man. The iconography of Demos is reviewed and an appendix presents a list and concordance of all extant representations of Demos on Attic document reliefs.

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Painted Early Cycladic Figures: An Exploration of Context and Meaning Elizabeth A. Hendrix 72 4

Early Cycladic marble figures were commonly enriched with painted patterns. Certain motifs occur on a great number of figures, supporting the hypothesis that small communities separated by space as well as time wished to acknowledge and confirm cultural unity. Other patterns are relatively rare, suggesting a need to express smaller group or individual identities (perhaps associated with particular events). Possible functions and meanings for the figures are proposed here on the basis of these painted motifs, the archaeological contexts of the figures, and ethnographic parallels.

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part V: Deriziotis Aloni: A Small Bronze Age Site in Messenia Sharon R. Stocker 72 4

In 1958 Lord William Taylour excavated the badly eroded remains of a small late Early Helladic III site at Deriziotis Aloni on the Englianos Ridge not far from the Palace of Nestor. This paper constitutes a detailed presentation of Taylour’s results. Two apsidal buildings from the site are among the earliest apsidal structures known from Messenia, and the ceramics and small finds are indicative of a stage of prehistory poorly represented in the southwestern Peloponnese. Deriziotis Aloni may have been one of several similar sites that coalesced in the Middle Helladic period to form the larger community that ultimately gave rise to the Palace of Nestor.

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Sacrifice at the Amphiareion and a Fragmentary Sacred Law from Oropos Eran Lupu 72 3

The rules and norms affecting the pre-incubation sacrifice at the Amphiareion at Oropos are reexamined here in light of a new fragment, I.Oropos 278. The study of this fragment together with other evidence for sacrifice at the sanctuary suggests that the rules governing the pre-incubation sacrifice at the Amphiareion were more flexible during the 4th century B.C. than they appear from Pausanias’s later description of incubation on a ram’s skin. I.Oropos 278 is shown here to incorporate a sacrificial tariff. Representative sacrificial tariffs listed in an appendix further support this interpretation.

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Plataiai in Boiotia: A Preliminary Report of the 1996-2001 Campaigns Vassilis Aravantinos, Andreas Konecny, and Ronald T. Marchese 72 3

Recent research at Plataiai in southern Boiotia by the Plataiai Research Project (1996-2001) has added substantially to our knowledge of the site’s history. Inhabited since the Neolithic period, Plataiai was protected by fortifications from the early 5th century B.C. onward. Under the aegis of King Philip II the settlement area was greatly enlarged. The circuit wall was shortened by the insertion of a diateichisma during Hellenistic times, and the city laid out along an orthogonal grid. The settlement remained in this form until Late Roman times when a new fortification wall again constricted the perimeter. Occupation continued until medieval times, when Plataiai was abandoned, replaced by two smaller villages nearby.

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1998-2001 John McKesson Camp II 72 3

This article summarizes the results of four seasons of excavation (1998-2001) in the Athenian Agora. Work concentrated on the Byzantine settlement (roads, houses, and large pithoi) built over the area of the Stoa Poikile in the 10th and 11th centuries. Further work was done in the Classical Commercial Building (ca. 400 B.C.), and a mid-5th-century B.C. well was cleared. Two Mycenaean (LH II-IIIA) chamber tombs, the first discovered in the Agora in over a generation, represent the earliest material yet found in the Agora excavations north of the Eridanos River. The report concludes with the texts of two Hellenistic inscriptions.

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An Archaic Inscription from Samothrace Nora Dimitrova and Kevin Clinton 72 2

The present paper introduces the earliest-known documentary inscription from Samothrace, tentatively dated to the late 6th century B.C. The document contains a name in the Ionic dialect, which serves as an additional argument that the Greek inhabitants of the island came from Samos.

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A Late Medieval Settlement at Panakton Sharon E. J. Gerstel, M. Munn, Heather E. Grossman, Ethne Barnes, Arthur H. Rohn, and Machiel Kiel 72 2

Excavations in 1991 and 1992 partially uncovered the remains of the late medieval village that overlies the ruins of ancient Panakton. Dated to the 14th and early 15th century, the settlement was built and occupied at a time in which central Greece was ruled by competing Western powers; both the identity of the residents and the medieval name of the village remain open questions. This report presents the domestic structures excavated to date, as well as the ceramics, coins, and tools associated with rural life and the agrarian economy. The report also discusses the village’s central church, its carved and painted decoration, and the burials that surrounded it.

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Hellenistic Discoveries at Tel Dor, Israel Andrew Stewart and S. Rebecca Martin 72 2

This article is a preliminary publication of a series of finds made in 2000 at Tel Dor, Israel, during excavations sponsored jointly by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of California at Berkeley. A limestone Nike and a group of architectural fragments are conjectured to come from a 3rd- or early-2nd-century Doric temple or propylon. Fragments of a superb theatrical mosaic or mosaics in the opus vermiculatum technique are attributed to an andron or oecus and are compared with mosaics from late-3rd-century Alexandria and 2nd-century Delos, Pergamon, Rhodes, and Pompeii. The finds suggest the presence of a sophisticated Hellenized community at Hellenistic Dor.

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The Durres Regional Archaeological Project: Archaeological Survey in the Territory of Epidamnus/Dyrrachium in Albania Jack L. Davis, Afrim Hoti, Iris Pojani, Sharon R. Stocker, Aaron D. Wolpert, Phoebe E. Acheson, and John W. Hayes 72 1

In the spring of 2001 the hilly uplands immediately northwest of the modern city of Durrës were for the first time investigated using the techniques of intensive surface survey. In total, an area of six square kilometers was explored and twenty-nine sites were defined, most of them new. Remains of Greek antiquity were plentiful and include unpublished inscriptions and graves. One site may be the location of a previously unknown Archaic temple. Included in this article are descriptions of the areas investigated, a list of sites, and a catalogue of the most diagnostic artifacts recovered. Patterns of settlement and land use are discussed and compared to those recorded by other surveys in Albania.

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Dedication by the Thessalian League to the Great Gods in Samothrace Robert L. Pounder and Nora Dimitrova 72 1

The document published in this article was found in 1986 during excavations in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods at Samothrace. The inscription represents a dedication by the Thessalian League to the Great Gods. It provides important information about the Thessalian League in the 2nd century B.C., one of the most active periods in the League’s history, and contributes to our knowledge of places in mainland Greece that sent theoroi to Samothrace.

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Ground Stone Celts from Franchthi Cave: A Close Look Anna Stroulia 72 1

This article presents in detail the eighty-nine ground stone celts discovered in Neolithic levels at Franchthi Cave. The celts were fashioned primarily from local materials, using the techniques of pecking and grinding. No evidence for craft specialization in their manufacture has been detected. Only a small number of these tools are large or sturdy enough to have been used to cut down trees. Some of the celts could have been employed in lighter tasks (e.g., clearing shrubbery, working wood or bone), while others might have served in a ritual context.

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Greek Epigraphical Index 71 4

epigraphical index

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Notes from the Tins 2: Research in the Stoa of Attalos Mark L. Lawall, Audrey Jawando, Kathleen M. Lynch, John K. Papadopoulos, and Susan I. Rotroff 71 4

Discussion of some fragmentary finds from the excavations of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the Athenian Agora, civic and cultural center of classical Athens.

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A New Inscribed Funerary Monument from Aigina Irene Polinskaya 71 4

This article presents an ancient monument discovered on Aigina in 1999. The monument is remarkable for its unusual shape: a rectangular slab with a pyramidal top, a two-line inscription, and a deep niche with dowel holes in the floor and back walls. I argue that the monument is funerary in function, and that its peculiar features are related to its primary use. The inscription gives a male name and a patronymic, Aristoukhos Aristomeneos, and can be dated to the 4th century B.C. It is possible that Aristomenes, the father of Aristoukhos, is the hero of Pindar’s Pythian 8.

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One Hundred Heroes of Phyle? Martha C. Taylor 71 4

Reconsideration of Archinos’s decree for the heroes of Phyle shows that it honored men who withstood the siege of the Thirty very soon after Thrasyboulos’s men took the stronghold. It is not evidence, as is sometimes claimed, that Thrasyboulos’s forces were overwhelmingly foreign. On the contrary, at least half were Athenians, and the most conservative restoration of the decree suggests that almost all of Thrasyboulos’s troops were Athenians at this point. Archinos’s decree, however, does not honor only Athenians. Although their presence is often overlooked, one to three of the men listed were certainly either metics or Eleutherians. Finally, A. E. Raubitschek’s early position that the decree honored over 100 men divided into two lists (with forty or so foreigners included in a second, lost, list) remains most likely.

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Ancient Beehives from Isthmia Virginia R. Anderson-Stojanovic and J. Ellis Jones 71 4

Ceramic beehives are known to have been utilized in ancient Greece. Excavations by the University of Chicago at Isthmia have produced many fragments with an interior combed surface characteristic of this special vessel. In addition to four almost complete beehives of horizontal type, four restored hives and a number of fragments of an upright style of hive from the Sanctuary of Poseidon and the Rachi settlement are published here. They provide the first substantial evidence for the existence of the upright hive in ancient Greece.

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“Predatory” Goddesses Mary R. Lefkowitz 71 4

It is often assumed that depictions on Attic vases of the goddess Eos carrying off young mortals were meant to convey a strong negative message about the dangers of female sexuality. But can we be sure that the myths about Eos and her lovers, like those of abductions of mortals by other gods, were intended as commentaries on human sexual conduct? Goddesses (unlike women) are immortal, ageless, and powerful. Evidence from the ancient sources suggests instead that depictions of abductions by Eos were meant to represent both the romance and anguish of divine interventions into mortal life, and to remind their users of the inexorable power of the gods.

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Early Excavations at Pergamon and the Chronology of Rhodian Amphora Stamps Mark L. Lawall 71 3

The chronology of Rhodian amphora stamps depends heavily on a collection of roughly 900 stamps found at Pergamon in 1886, known as the Pergamon Deposit. Most of the Rhodian eponyms in this group are dated to ca. 210-175 B.C. Two points of historical interpretation are fundamental to these dates: good relations between Rhodes and Pergamon at that time, and Rhodian garrisoning of Knidos between 188 and 167. Neither interpretation, however, withstands scrutiny. The archaeological and topographic contexts of the Pergamon Deposit, hitherto ignored, are used here to argue for a closing date in the late 160s or early 150s, and the wider implications for Hellenistic ceramic chronologies are explored.

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Architraval Arrogance? Dedicatory Inscriptions in Greek Architecture of the Classical Period Gretchen Umholtz 71 3

Current orthodoxy considers the proliferation of architraval inscriptions naming the donors of architectural dedications in the middle of the 4th century a striking departure from Greek practice of the High Classical period, when modest self-effacement is supposed to have been the rule. I argue, however, that a comprehensive view of the evidence suggests substantial continuity rather than drastic change: that inscribing personal names on the architraves of Greek buildings is not the product of foreign influence or royal arrogance, nor an appropriation by individuals of rights previously exercised only by the state, but rather a natural and predictable manifestation of widespread Greek votive and epigraphical habits of long standing.

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The Colonization of Samothrace A. John Graham 71 3

Three aspects pertaining to the Greek colonization of Samothrace are addressed: the origin of the colonists, the foundation date, and relations between Greeks and non-Greeks. Relevant literary sources and other indications make it clear that the Greek colonists came from Samos; the current theory that they were Aeolians should be abandoned. No foundation date is preserved in the ancient sources, but archaeological remains, especially from cemeteries on the island, point strongly to the first half of the 6th century B.C. Evidence for a Greek takeover of a non-Greek cult, and, especially, for the use of a non-Greek language as well as Greek, makes the coexistence of Greeks and non-Greeks a plausible hypothesis.

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Inscriptions and Iconography in the Monuments of the Thracian Rider Nora Dimitrova 71 2

The Thracian rider monuments are either funerary or dedicated to various deities. The inscriptions provide the only certain way to identify the deities or the monument’s type. After examining the relationship between inscriptions and iconography, I suggest in the present study that the horseman is an iconographical convention for a god/hero, and that his iconography is borrowed from Greek art. Interpreting the horseman as a conventional image obviates the current view that he represents a multifunctional god conflated with nearly every Greek, Roman, Thracian, or Eastern divinity, and produces a better understanding of both the monument type and cult.

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A Public Column Drum from a Corinthian Quarry Yannis A. Lolos 71 2

This study presents a two-letter inscription, ΔA, an abbreviation of the Greek word meaning “public,” carved on the lifting boss of a drum abandoned in a Corinthian quarry. The inscription constitutes the first epigraphical evidence for public ownership of Corinthian limestone quarries and adds to our understanding of the legal status of quarries in pre-Roman Greece.

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The Cultural Biography of a Cycladic Geometric Amphora: Islanders in Athens and the Prehistory of Metics John K. Papadopoulos and Evelyn Lord, Smithson 71 2

This article presents the life history of a large, repaired Early Iron Age amphora imported to Athens, fragments of which were discovered in 1939 in and around the Hephaisteion. The context of the vessel suggests that it was used in a tomb. Decorated in an “archaizing” style reminiscent of Protogeometric, the amphora can be dated to the Late Geometric period. It finds its closest parallels on Syros, an island hitherto little known for its post-Early Cycladic antiquities. How the amphora made its way to Athens is addressed, and different types of evidence point to the existence of resident aliens (metics) in a period before the reforms of Solon and Kleisthenes.

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A New Bronze Age Site in the Corinthia: The Orneai of Strabo and Homer? Jeannette Marchand 71 2

A newly discovered Bronze Age site is reported at Dorati in the Corinthia, overlooking the Nemea River. Surface material indicates that this was a large Mycenaean settlement, with structures potentially well preserved, and that earlier periods of the Bronze Age are also represented. The location of the site makes it possible to identify it tentatively as the Corinthian Orneai mentioned by Strabo, who implies (contra Pausanias) that this is the site referred to in the Catalogue of Ships. I suggest that Strabo is correct, and that Dorati may in fact be Homer’s Orneai. Accepting this identification helps clarify the logic by which sites in Agamemnon’s realm are listed in the Catalogue.

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The Athenian State Secretariat and Provisions for Publishing and Erecting Decrees Alan S. Henry 71 1

This article presents a survey of the principal state secretaries responsible for the publication of decrees and their erection on stone stelai, followed by a full analysis of the forms of the publication and erection provisions from the 5th century B.C. to the 2nd century A.C. The study demonstrates that, during all periods, one sequence tended to predominate, but other sequences were also employed. Attention is paid to detail within the constituent elements of the formulations, and suggestions are made for altering restorations in several texts.

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Aphrati and Kato Syme: Pottery, Continuity, and Cult in Late Archaic and Classical Crete Brice L. Erickson 71 1

The analysis of ceramics from Aphrati sheds valuable new light on the history of this Cretan settlement and on its relationship with a nearby rural sanctuary at Kato Syme in the Late Archaic and Classical periods. It has long been held that Aphrati was deserted from ca. 600 to 400 B.C. A pottery deposit from the domestic quarter, however, now supports occupation of the city during this period. A ceramic classification system is presented and the morphological development and absolute chronology of several key shapes at Aphrati and Kato Syme are plotted. Historical implications of the ceramic evidence are also explored.

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Fighting by the Rules: The Invention of the Hoplite Ag Peter Krentz 71 1

This examination of the unwritten rules of Greek warfare suggests that the ideology of hoplite warfare as a ritualized contest developed not in the 7th century, but only after 480, when nonhoplite arms began to be excluded from the phalanx. Regular claims of victory, in the form of battlefield trophies, and concessions of defeat, in the form of requests for the retrieval of corpses, appeared in the 460s. Other 5th-century changes in military practice fit the theory that victories over the Persians led to the idealization of massed hand-to-hand combat. Archaic Greeks probably fought according to the limited protocols found in Homer.

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Reading the Chigi Vase Jeffrey M. Hurwit 71 1

Long considered one of the technical masterpieces of Archaic Greek vase painting, the Protocorinthian Chigi vase (ca. 640 B.C.) has defied attempts at interpretation. Its imagery has most often been understood as a random assortment of exquisite but unrelated scenes—hunts, horsemanship, the Judgment of Paris, and a hoplite battle. It is argued here that there is in fact a logic behind the choice of scenes, and that the vase displays a pliable thematic unity, focusing upon the stages of maturation of the Corinthian male and the interpenetration of the everyday, the exotic, the heroic, and the divine in the lives of mortals.

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Iconography and the Dynamics of Patronage: A Sarcophagus from the Family of Herodes Atticus Ellen E. Perry 70 4

A sarcophagus from the estate of Herodes Atticus in Kephisia commemorates the intimate connections of the family with the city of Sparta, the Battle of Marathon, and the cult statue of Nemesis at Rhamnous. The iconographic allusions to Marathon also reflect the priorities of the Second Sophistic, an intellectual movement that appealed to the past to establish cultural and political superiority. The unusual and meaningful decorative program suggests that the family commissioned this sarcophagus. The earlier view that the more unusual Attic sarcophagi were prefabricated, but that their themes simply proved unpopular, should be modified in light of this study.

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Magna Achaea: Akhaian Late Geometric and Archaic Pottery in South Italy and Sicily John K. Papadopoulos 70 4

Imported Akhaian and locally produced Akhaian-style pottery occurs in South Italy, Sicily, and beyond, found not only in the Akhaian apoikiai, but also in other settlements. The most characteristic Akhaian shape-the kantharos-is discussed within the context of its home region, including Elis. Examples of Archaic Akhaian pottery in the West are assembled and the distribution is compared to that of Akhaian and West Greek imports in the Late Bronze Age. A pattern emerges that suggests a complex reality of interaction and movement of people, commodities, and ideas between Greece and Italy in the pre- and protohistoric periods, thus contributing to a better undestanding of the first western Greeks.

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The Rover J. Richard Green and Eric W. Handley 70 3

An extended graffito on a Hellenistic kantharos at Corinth seems to express a topos of greeting, quite likely in the form of a classic quotation from Euripides, just as we might quote Shakespeare today, whether or not we know the formal origin of the expression. The graffito forms another item of evidence for the currency of theater among many sections of Hellenistic society, not least in the context of the symposium.

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A New Fragment of IG II2 1750 Stephen V. Tracy 70 3

inscriptions

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A Glass Opus Sectile Panel from Corinth Andrew Oliver 70 3

This paper describes a glass opus sectile panel excavated at Corinth in 1981. The building in which it was found is situated east of the theater and is one of a suite of structures thought to have been destroyed shortly before A.D. 300. The author explores the subject matter of the panel (four fish swimming within a border of interlaced, crossed squares) with respect to a broad range of Roman decorative arts, and suggests that the panel may originally have been intended as wall decoration.

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The Towers of Ancient Leukas: Results of a Topographic Survey, 1991-1992 Sarah P. Morris 70 3

The author reports on the results of a topographic survey in 1991 and 1992 of fifteen Classical tower sites on the Ionian island of Leukas. Plans, photographs, and elevations of remains visible after thorough cleaning are presented, based on drawings to scale in the field and both archival and recent photographic documentation. A brief history of the exploration of Leukas introduces a summary of the two seasons, with detailed description of each site. The date and function of the towers and adjacent structures are evaluated in the context of current research on rural settlement in classical antiquity, defensive architecture, and the regional history of the area.

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The Organization of Flaked Stone Production at Bronze Age Lerna Britt Hartenberger and Curtis Runnels 70 3

A study of nearly 12,000 lithic artifacts from Lerna was undertaken to determine if the lithics were produced by craft specialists. Analysis indicates that the production of lithics was controlled by part-time craft specialists based in individual households and not controlled by an elite central authority. The evidence of continuity in Bronze Age flintknapping does not support a hypothesis of discontinuity or cultural replacement at Lerna. Any interruptions had little effect on flintknapping technology or formal tool types. A decline in the supply of imported Melian obsidian at the end of Early Helladic III (Lerna IV) suggests an interruption of trade.

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Acropolis 625 (Endoios Athena) and the Rediscovery of Its Findspot Patricia A. Marx 70 2

Acropolis 625, a monumental Archaic statue of Athena seated, is the earliest extant identifiable Athenian statue of Athena, and maybe the one by Endoios that Pausanias saw near the Erechtheion. It was found on the Acropolis North Slope at the beginning of the Greek Revolution. This paper pinpoints its exact findspot, and reveals that the statue was built-right side up and facing forward-into a previously unknown Late Antique wall of ca. A.D. 270-300, later incorporated into a mid-18th century Turkish outwork, just inside the new Turkish north gate. The wall was dismantled ca. 1822-1824.

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Late Archaic Polychrome Pottery from Aiani Eurydice Kefalidou 70 2

Excavations at the necropolis of Aiani have yielded fifty-six locally produced polychrome vases dated to the second quarter of the 5th century B.C. The shapes and decoration appear to have no immediate predecessors, and no descendants, in the local tradition, and no close parallels in Macedonian or foreign wares. Some influence of local terracotta production and certain relationships with various wares produced in Central Greece, Attica, and East Greece can be traced, but the manufacture of this pottery owes less to direct imitation than to the experimentation and inventiveness of the local potters. This article presents this interesting group of pottery and examines the society that produced and used it.

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Notes from the Tins: Research in the Stoa of Attalos, Summer 1999 Mark Lawall, John K. Papadopoulos, Kathleen M. Lynch, Barbara Tsakirgis, Susan I. Rotroff, and Camilla MacKay 70 2

pottery, small finds

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The Agora Mint and Athenian Bronze Coinage John McK. Camp II and John H., Kroll 70 2

The large square building in the southeast corner of the Athenian Agora, excavated in the 1950s and in 1978, served as the Athenian mint for the striking of bronze coins from the 4th through the late 1st century B.C. The best-preserved part of the building, the southwest room, produced ample evidence of industrial activity, including unstruck bronze coin blanks and rod segments from which the blanks had been chopped. The building was constructed near the end of the 5th or at the start of the 4th century B.C., but whether it was originally intended for the coining of bronze is uncertain.

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Athenian Finance, 454-404 B.C. Alec Blamire 70 1

This paper presents a survey of Athenian financial history from the transfer of the Delian Treasury in, probably, 454 to the end of the Peloponnesian War some fifty years later, in the hope that future research will profit from an over-view of the achievements of 20th-century scholarship.

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part IV: Change and the Human Landscape in a Modern Greek Village in Messenia Wayne E. Lee 70 1

This article presents the results of fieldwork, interviews, and archival research into how land use and agricultural choices in the post-1829 era have affected the landscape around the village of Maryeli in Messenia, Greece. Although relatively isolated, and never demographically significant, Maryeli’s landscape bears visible marks of the ebbs and flows of world trade. While in many ways the methods of land use in Maryeli are still visibly preindustrial, the goals of land use have long been “modern” in their relationship to capitalism and international market forces. Those goals repeatedly have reshaped the land.

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The Akroteria of the Temple of Athena Nike Peter Schultz 70 1

Recent examination of the extant akroteria bases of the Temple of Athena Nike (Acropolis 2635, 2638, 4291, and 15958α-β) and of the relevant inscriptions (IG I3 482, IG II2 1425, et al.) has revealed new evidence from which several conclusions can be made regarding the crowning sculpture of this important building. In addition to suggesting the technique by which the akroteria of the Nike temple were gilded, the new evidence demonstrates the size of the akroteria and allows the dominant interpretation of the central akroterion as a Bellerophon/Chimaira group to be rejected. Based on evidence gained from the akroteria bases, three hypothetical restorations of the central roof sculpture are proposed: a tripod, a trophy flanked by Nikai, and a composition based on the other well-known, gilded akroterion of the late 5th century B.C., the Nike erected by Paionios of Mende over the Spartan shield on the east facade of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia.

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Greek Epigraphical Index 69 4

epigraphical index

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A Roman Table Support at Ancient Corinth Aileen Ajootian 69 4

iconography, sculpture

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Falaieff Bell-Kraters from Ancient Corinth Ian McPhee 69 4

pottery

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Corinthian Terracotta Sculpture and the Temple of Apollo Nancy Bookidis 69 4

sculpture, terracottas, temple, style

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Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part III: Sir William Gell John Bennet, Jack L. Davis, and Fariba Zarinebaf-Shahr 69 3

survey, early travelers

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A New Latin and Greek Inscription from Corinth Michael D. Dixon 69 3

inscriptions, Latin

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Late Hellenistic Pottery in Athens: A New Deposit and Further Thoughts on the Association of Pottery and Societal Change Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan 69 3

pottery

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Eumolpos Arrives in Eleusis Evelyn B. Harrison 69 3

iconography, sculpture, reliefs

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Back-Mantle and Peplos: The Special Costume of Greek Maidens in 4th-Century Funerary and Votive Reliefs Linda Jones Roccos 69 2

sculpture, reliefs, religion, dress

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Athenian Politicians and Inscriptions of the Years 307 to 302 Stephen V. Tracy 69 2

inscriptions, political history

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Building Z at Kommos: An 8th-Century Pottery Sequence Alan W. Johnston 69 2

pottery, chronology

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The Prehistoric Remains of the Acropolis at Halieis: A Final Report Daniel J. Pullen 69 2

excavation, pottery, materials science

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Uncanonical Imperial Portraits in the Eastern Roman Provinces: The Case of the Kanellopoulos Emperor Lee Ann Riccardi 69 1

sculpture, portraiture

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A Personal Letter Found in the Athenian Agora David R. Jordan 69 1

inscriptions, law

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Graffiti, Wine Selling, and the Reuse of Amphoras in the Athenian Agora, ca. 430 to 400 B.C. Mark L. Lawall 69 1

amphoras, trade, graffiti, economics

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Greek Epigraphical Index 68 4

epigraphical index

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Koprones and Oil Presses at Halieis: Interactions of Town and Country and the Integration of Domestic and Regional Economies Bradley A. Ault 68 4

economics, agriculture, domestic architecture

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Endoios’s Painting from the Themistoklean Wall: A Reconstruction Catherine M. Keesling 68 4

sculpture, painting, fortifications

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Hymettiana III: The Boundary Markers of Alepovouni Merle K. Langdon 68 4

inscriptions

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A Late Roman Bath at Corinth: Excavations in the Panayia Field, 1995-1996 Guy D. R. Sanders 68 4

excavation, architecture, baths

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Democracy and the Athenian Epigraphical Habit Charles W. Hedrick Jr. 68 3

inscriptions, political history

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Legumes in Ancient Greece and Rome: Food, Medicine, or Poison? Kimberly B. Flint-Hamilton 68 3

flora, food

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Research and Excavation at Chrysokamino, Crete 1995-1998 Philip P. Betancourt, James D., Muhly, William R. Farrand, Carola Stearns, Lada Onyshkevych, William B. Hafford, and Doniert Evely 68 3

excavation, metallurgy

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Halai: The 1992-1994 Field Season Kerill O'Neill, Wendy Yielding, Julie Near, John E. Coleman, Patricia S. Wren, and Kathleen M. Quinn 68 3

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, lithics

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora, 1996 and 1997 John McK. Camp II 68 3

excavation

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A Shield Monument from Veria and the Chronology of Macedonian Shield Types Minor M. Markle 68 2

chronology, sculpture,architecture, military history

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“Adyton,” “Opisthodomos,” and the Inner Room of the Greek Temple Mary B. Hollinshead 68 2

architecture, temple

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Mendaian as Chalkidian Wine John K. Papadopoulos and Stavros A. Paspalas 68 2

amphoras, stamps, coinage, history

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Agora I 5983, Zeus Exou- ...Again Gerald V. Lalonde 68 2

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A Curse in a Chytridion: A Contribution to the Study of Athenian Pyres David R. Jordan and Susan I. Rotroff 68 2

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“Plastic” Sirens from Corinth, An Addendum to Amyx William R. Biers 68 1

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The Early Iron Age Pottery from the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore at Corinth Christopher A. Pfaff 68 1

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Dining in the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore at Corinth Nancy Bookidis, Julie Hansen, Lynn Snyder, and Paul Goldberg 68 1

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University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia, 1989: III Elizabeth R. Gebhard, Frederick P. Hemans, and John W. Hayes 67 4

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A Social Outcast in Early Iron Age Athens Lisa M. Little and John K. Papadopoulos 67 4

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Evidence for West Greek Influence on Mainland Greek Roof Construction and the Creation of the Truss in the Archaic Period Nancy l. Klein 67 4

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The Luxus Phenomenon I: The Taucheira Painter and Related Hands Patricia Lawrence 67 3

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Frankish Corinth: 1997 Charles K. Williams II 67 3

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The City Center of Archaic Athens Noel Robertson 67 3

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Marriage Boiotian Style Victoria Sabetai 67 3

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A Roman Head in the American School of Classical Studies at Athens William D. E. Coulson and Iphigeneia Leventi 67 2

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Mycenaean Lerna Martha Heath Wiencke 67 2

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A Curse Tablet from the “Industrial District” near the Athenian Agora David R. Jordan and Jaime B. Curbera 67 2

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An Athenian Decree of the Year 335/4 B.C. Stephen V. Tracy 67 2

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A Bucket, by Any Other Name, and an Athenian Stranger in Early Iron Age Crete John K. Papadopoulos 67 1

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The Phrearrhian Lex Sacra: An Interpretation Robert M. Simms 67 1

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Cavalry Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Glenn R. Bugh 67 1

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Financial and Other Documents Michael B. Walbank 67 1

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University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia: II Elizabeth R. Gebhard and Frederick P. Hemans 67 1

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An Athenian Dedication to Herakles at Panopeus: Addendum Klaus Hallof 66 4

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The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part II: Landscape Evolution and Site Preservation Eberhard Zangger, Michael E. Timpson, Sergei B. Yazvenko, Falko Kuhnke, and Jost Knauss 66 4

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1989-1993 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 66 4

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The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part I: Overview and the Archaeological Survey J. L. Davis, Susan E. Alcock, John Bennet, Yannos G. Lolos, and Cynthia W. Shelmerdine 66 3

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Excavations on the Kastro at Kavousi. An Architectural Overview W. D. E. Coulson, D. Haggis, M. Mook, and J. Tobin 66 3

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The Hadrianic Aqueduct of Corinth (With an Appendix on the Roman Aqueducts in Greece) Yannis A. Lolos 66 2

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An Athenian Dedication to Herakles at Panopeus John Camp, Michael Ierardi, Jeremy McInerney, Kathryn Morgan, and Gretchen Umholtz 66 2

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Hero Warriors from Corinth and Lakonia Gina Salapata 66 2

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Michael B. Walbank 66 2

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The Origins of the Athenian Ionic Capital Elizabeth P. McGowan 66 2

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The Phokikon and the Hero Archegetes Jeremy McInerney 66 2

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Frankish Corinth, 1996: The Coins Orestes H. Zervos 66 2

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Cakes in the Liknon: Votives from the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth Allaire Brumfield 66 1

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Stemless Bell-kraters from Ancient Corinth Ian McPhee 66 1

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Corinthian Black-Glazed Pottery with Incised and Stamped Decoration Elizabeth G. Pemberton 66 1

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Frankish Corinth: 1996 Charles K. Williams II, E. Barnes, and L. M. Snyder 66 1

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Bibliography of Charles K. Williams II Nancy Bookidis 66 1

bibliography

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Preface Marian McAllister 66 1 Download
Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 65 4

epigraphical index

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A Statue Head of the “Great Mother” Discovered at Samothrace Katherine Welch 65 4

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Financial Documents Michael B. Walbank 65 4

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Archaeological Survey at Kavousi, East Crete. Preliminary Report Donald C. Haggis 65 4

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Chipped-Stone Industries from Neolithic Levels at Lerna J. K. Kozlowski, M. Kaczanowska, and M. Pawlikowski 65 3

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The Date of the Third Period of the Pnyx Susan I. Rotroff and John McK. Camp 65 3

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora 1994 and 1995 John McK. Camp 65 3

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Excavations at Mochlos, 1992-1993 Jeffrey S. Soles and Costis Davaras 65 2

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Athenian Ionic Capitals from the Athenian Agora Lucy Shoe Meritt 65 2

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A Mid-Sixth-Century Tile Roof System at Gordion Matthew R. Glendinning 65 1

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The University of Chicago Excavations in the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia, 1989 Virginia R. Anderson-Stojanovic 65 1

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Frankish Corinth: 1995 Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 65 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 64 4

epigraphical index

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The Athenian Phylai as Associations: Disposition, Function, and Purpose Nicholas F. Jones 64 4

political history

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Acropolis Museum 581: A Family at the Apaturia? Olga Palagia 64 4

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The Stele-Goddess Workshop: Terracottas from Well U 13:1 in the Athenian Agora Richard Vaughan Nicholls 64 4

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The Rich Lady of the Areiopagos and Her Contemporaries: A Tribute in Memory of Evelyn Lord Smithson J. N. Coldstream 64 4

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The Archaic Temple of Apollo at Bassai: Correspondences to the Classical Temple—Errata Nancy J. Kelly 64 3

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Levels Taken on the Nike Bastion: Note James C. Wright 64 3

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Attic Black Figure from Corinth: III Ann Blair Brownlee 64 3

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A Security Horos in the Collection of the American School James Sickinger 64 3

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A New Fragment of the Erechtheion Frieze Kevin Glowacki 64 3

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Building Records Michael B. Walbank 64 3

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The Roman Bath at Isthmia: Preliminary Report, 1972-1992 Timothy E. Gregory 64 3

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Four Document Reliefs from the Athenian Agora—Corrigendum Carol L. Lawton 64 2

history, sculpture, inscriptions, reliefs

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The Archaic Temple of Apollo at Bassai: Correspondences to the Classical Temple Nancy J. Kelly 64 2

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C. Iulius Spartiaticus, “First of the Achaeans”: A Correction Antony J. Spawforth 64 2

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Fragments of Naval Inventories from the Athenian Agora Julia N. Shear 64 2

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Human Figures and Narrative in Later Protocorinthian Vase Painting J. L. Benson 64 2

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The Career of Peisistratos Son of Hippias Michael F. Arnush 64 2

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Excavations at Mochlos, 1990-1991—Corrigendum Jeffrey S. Soles and Costis Davaras 64 1

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Early Iron Age Potters’ Marks in the Aegean—Corrigendum John K. Papadopoulos 64 1

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Eleusinian Inscriptions: Three Emendations William T. Loomis 64 1

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Four Document Reliefs from the Athenian Agora Carol Lawton 64 1

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Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1989 and 1990 Geraldine C. Gesell, Leslie Preston Day, and William D. E. Coulson 64 1

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An Inscription from the Athenian Agora: Thasian Exiles at Athens Michael B. Walbank 64 1

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Frankish Corinth: 1994 Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 64 1

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Corinth, Argos, and the Imperial Cult: Pseudo-Julian, Letters 198—Corrigendum Anthony J. S. Spawforth 63 4

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 63 4

epigraphical index

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Mass Production, Standardized Parts, and the Corinthian “Plastic” Vase William R. Biers 63 4

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Early Iron Age Potters’ Marks in the Aegean John K. Papadopoulos 63 4

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Excavations at Mochlos, 1990-1991 Jeffrey S. Soles and Costis Davaras 63 4

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Archaic Architectural Terracottas from Sector ByzFort at Sardis Christopher Ratte 63 3

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The Mycenaean Entrance System at the West End of the Akropolis of Athens James C. Wright 63 3

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The Date and Historical Significance of IG XII v 714 of Andros Gary Reger 63 3

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The Arch Over the Lechaion Road at Corinth and Its Sculpture Charles M. Edwards 63 3

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Attis on Greek Votive Monuments: Greek God or Phrygian? Lynn E. Roller 63 2

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IG II2 1195 and Agathe Tyche in Attica Stephen V. Tracy 63 2

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A Lex Sacra of the State and of the Deme of Kollytos Michael B. Walbank 63 2

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Corinth, Argos, and the Imperial Cult: Pseudo-Julian, Letters 198 Antony J. S. Spawforth 63 2

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Lists of Names Michael B. Walbank 63 2

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Tetrarchic Recovery in Corinth: Pottery, Lamps, and Other Finds from the Peribolos of Apollo Kathleen Warner Slane 63 2

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Inscribed Lead Tablets from the Games in the Sanctuary of Poseidon David R. Jordan 63 1

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Two Estates of Delian Apollo on Mykonos and the Date of ID 452 + 467 Gary Reger 63 1

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A Hellenistic Deposit from Corinth: Evidence for Interim Period Activity (146-44 B.C.) Irene B. Romano 63 1

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Frankish Corinth: 1993 Charles K. Williams II, and Orestes H. Zervos 63 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Trail 62 4

epigraphical index

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The Sanctuary of Zeus Hypsistos and the Assembly Place on the Pnyx Bjorn Forsen 62 4

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A Knidian Phallic Vase from Corinth Kathleen W. Slane and M. W. Dickie 62 4

pottery, terracottas

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The Persian Destruction of Athens: Evidence from Agora Deposits T. Leslie, Shear Jr. 62 4

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Pottery from Archaic Building Q at Kommos Alan Johnston 62 3

pottery, architecture

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Khalasmeno and Katalimata: Two Early Iron Age Settlements in Monastiraki, East Crete Donald C. Haggis and Krzysztof Nowicki 62 3

topography, survey, pottery, settlement patterns, domestic architecture

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A Well in the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia Virginia R. Anderson-Stojanovic and David S. Reese 62 3

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The Comic Poet Archedikos Christian Habicht 62 2

literature, theater, prosopography

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De Antipatro et Archedico Lamptrensi: IG II2 402 + Agora I 4990 Stephen V. Tracy 62 2

inscriptions

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A Survey of the Western Mesara Plain in Crete: Preliminary Report of the 1984, 1986, and 1987 Field Seasons L. Vance Watrous, Despoina Xatzi-Vallaniou, Kevin Pope, Nikos Mourtzas, Jennifer Shay, C. Thomas Shay, John Bennet, Dimitris Tsoungarakis, Eleni Angelomati-Tsoungarakis, Christophoros Vallianos, and Harriet Blitzer 62 2

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1986-1992 Joseph W. Shaw and Maria C. Shaw 62 2

excavation, architecture, pottery

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Homeric Towns in East Lokris: Problems of Identification Fanouria Dakoronia 62 1

topography, architecture, settlement patterns, domestic architecture

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Fragments d’amphores protogeometriques grecques a Bassit (Syrie) Paul Courbin 62 1

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A Group of Late Helladic IIA Pottery from Tsoungiza Jeremy B. Rutter 62 1

pottery

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Frankish Corinth: 1992 Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 62 1

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The Vrokastro Survey Project, 1986-1989: Research Design and Preliminary Results—Corrigenda Barbara J., Hayden, J. A. Moody, and O. Rackham 61 4

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 61 4

epigraphical index

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Red-Figured Pottery from Samothrace Anastasia N. Dinsmoor 61 4

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Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from the Argive Heraion K. Demakopoulou and J. H. Crouwel 61 4

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The Sanctuary of the Twelve Gods in the Athenian Agora: A Revised View Laura M. Gadbery 61 4

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Excavations at Mochlos, 1989 Jeffrey S. Soles and Costis Davaras 61 4

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Supplemental Bibliography of Benjamin D. Meritt Benjamin D. Meritt 61 3

bibliography

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Teisias and Theodoros: East Boiotian Potters—Corrigendum Karl Kilinski II 61 3

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Two Graffiti from Ancient Corinth Alan L. Boegehold 61 3

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Pottery and Cult in Corinth: Oil and Water at the Sacred Spring Ann Steiner 61 3

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An Inscribed Relief in the Louvre Timothy F. Winters 61 3

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Gerald V. Lalonde 61 3

inscriptions

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Archaic Imported Fine Wares from the Acropolis, Mytilene Gerald P. Schaus 61 3

pottery, trade

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The Vrokastro Survey Project, 1986-1989: Research Design and Preliminary Results Barbara J. Hayden, J. A. Moody, and O. Rackham 61 3

survey, topography, history

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Excavations at Halai, 1990-1991 John E. Coleman, Kerill O'Neill, Melanie Pomeroy, Karen E. Carr, and Andrew Heafitz 61 3

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Teisias and Theodoros: East Boiotian Potters Karl Kilinski II 61 2

pottery, prosopography

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Sculptural and Epigraphical Restorations to Attic Documents Carol Lawton 61 2

sculpture, inscriptions, restoration

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Archaic Plastic Vases from Isthmia William R. Biers 61 2

pottery

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The Edict of Diocletian and a Theodosian Regulation at Corinth Erkki Sironen 61 2

inscriptions, history

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______, Tuyeres, and Kiln Firing Supports John K. Papadopoulos 61 2

small finds, pottery

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IG V 1, 16 and the Gerousia of Roman Sparta Nigel M. Kennell 61 2

inscriptions, history

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Frankish Corinth: 1991 Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 61 2

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New Wine in Ancient Wineskins: The Evidence from Attic Vases Henry R. Immerwahr 61 1

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A Family Gathering at Rhamnous? Who’s Who on the Nemesis Base Kenneth Dean Shapiro Lapatin 61 1

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Terraces, Tombs, and the Early Argive Heraion Carla M. Antonaccio 61 1

religion, architecture, sanctuary, funerary studies, cult

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A Bronze Warrior from Corinth Carol C. Mattusch 61 1

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University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia, 1989: I Elizabeth R. Gebhard and Frederick P. Hemans 61 1

excavation, religion, small finds, architecture, pottery, topography, terracotta figurines

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Athenians and Eleusinians in the West Pediment of the Parthenon—Corrigenda B. S. Spaeth 60 4

sculpture, architecture, religion, iconography

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 60 4

epigraphical index

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Corinthian Metalworking: An Inlaid Fulcrum Panel Carol C. Mattusch 60 4

metalwork, furniture

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Artemis, Dionysos et Pan a Athenes Lilly Kahil 60 4

pottery, religion, vase painting, iconography

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A Transposed Head Brian Madigan 60 4

sculpture

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Perikles’ Portrait and the Riace Bronzes: New Evidence for “Schinocephaly” Beth Cohen 60 4

sculpture, metalwork, portraiture, iconography

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Urban Survey and the Polis of Phlius Susan E. Alcock 60 4

survey, topography, architecture, history, pottery, small finds

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Attic West Slope Vase Painting—Corrigenda Susan I. Rotroff 60 3

pottery, vase painting

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Firewood and Charcoal in Classical Athens S. Douglas Olson 60 3

history, materials science

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Athena from a House on the Areopagus Linda Jones Roccos 60 3

sculpture, religion, domestic architecture

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Corinthian Metalworking: The Gymnasium Bronze Foundry Carol C. Mattusch 60 3

metalwork, sculpture, technology

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The “Kottabos-Toast” and an Inscribed Red-Figured Cup E. Csapo and M. C. Miller 60 3

pottery, inscriptions, vase painting, iconography, red figure

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An Archaic Amphora of Thasian Type Alan Johnston 60 3

pottery, amphoras

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Athenians and Eleusinians in the West Pediment of the Parthenon Barbette Stanley Spaeth 60 3

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The Cult of Achilles in the Euxine Guy Hedreen 60 3

religion, small finds, inscriptions, cult

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Two Hoplite Runners at Sounion Merle K. Langdon 60 3

history, topography

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The Origin and Iconography of the Late Minoan Painted Larnax L. Vance Watrous 60 3

iconography, terracottas, painting, religion

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Politics and the Lost Euripidean Philoctetes S. Douglas Olson 60 2

literature, political history

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Phratry Shrines of Attica and Athens Charles W. Hedrick Jr. 60 2

religion, architecture, cult, sanctuaries, history

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Two Fragments of Archaic Funerary Stelai Ismene Trianti 60 2

funerary studies, sculpture, religion, stelai

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New and Old Panathenaic Victor Lists Stephen V. Tracy and Christian Habicht 60 2

inscriptions, religion

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Dark-Age Fauna from Kavousi, Crete: The Vertebrates from the 1987 and 1988 Excavations Walter E. Klippel and Lynn M. Snyder 60 2

fauna, excavation

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Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1988 Geraldine C. Gesell, William D. E. Coulson, and Leslie P. Day 60 2

excavation, pottery, architecture, small finds

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Vrokastro: Terracotta Figures, Figurines, and Vase Attachments from Vrokastro, Crete Barbara J. Hayden 60 1

terracotta figurines, religion, small finds, sculpture, architecture

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Attic West Slope Vase Painting Susan I. Rotroff 60 1

pottery, vase painting

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Corinth, 1990: Southeast Corner of Temenos E Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 60 1

excavation, architecture, sculpture, pottery, coinage, small finds, sanctuary

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 59 4

epigraphical index

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KORONEIKA: Storage-Jar Production and Trade in the Traditional Aegean Harriet Blitzer 59 4

ethnography, pottery, technology, trade

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A Funerary Epigram from Latos in Crete Emmanuel Voutiras 59 4

inscriptions, religion, history

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Messenian Dialect and Dedications of the “Methanioi” Robert A. Bauslaugh 59 4

inscriptions, history

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The Nemea Valley Archaeological Project: A Preliminary Report James C. Wright, John F. Cherry, Jack L. Davis, Eleni Mantzourani, Susan B. Sutton, and Robert F. Sutton, Jr. 59 4

survey, small finds, topography, pottery, inscriptions

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Athens and the Attalids in the Second Century B.C. Christian Habicht 59 3

history

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A Trio of Griffins from Olympia Carol C. Mattusch 59 3

metalwork, technology, sculpture

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A Fragmentary Inscription from the Athenian Agora Praising Ephebes Stephen V. Tracy 59 3

inscriptions

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Tyche at Corinth Charles M. Edwards 59 3

iconography, sculpture, cult

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Excavations at the Harbor of Phalasarna in Crete: The 1988 Season Frank J. Frost and Elpida Hadjidaki 59 3

harbors, nautical archaeology, excavation, pottery, architecture

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Geophysical and Surface Surveys in the Byzantine Fortress at Isthmia, 1985-1986 Timothy E. Gregory and P. Nick Kardulias 59 3

survey, geoarchaeology, fortifications, architecture, pottery, small finds

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Zum Text eines athenischen Volksbeschlusses von 304/3 v. Chr. (SEG XXX, 69) Christian Habicht 59 2

inscriptions, history

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Notes on Attic Prosopography: Coincidence in Father-Son Pairs of Names Christian Habicht 59 2

prosopography, inscriptions

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Pottery Groups from Tsoungiza of the End of the Middle Bronze Age Jeremy B. Rutter 59 2

prehistory, pottery, chronology

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An Honorary Epigram for Empress Eudocia in the Athenian Agora Erkki Sironen 59 2

inscriptions, history

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Excavations at Corinth, 1989: The Temenos of Temple E Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 59 2

excavation, religion, architecture, pottery, sanctuary, coinage

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Further Stamped Roof Tiles from Central Greece, Attica, and the Peloponnese Rainer C. S. Felsch 59 1

architecture, terracottas, stamps

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Uberlegungen zur Technischen Struktur und Formentwicklung Archaischer Dachterrakotten Ernst-Ludwig Schwandner 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Archaic Roof Tiles: The First Generations Orjan Wikander 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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The Artemision Sima and its Possible Antecedents Charlotte Wikander 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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An East Greek Master Coroplast at Late Archaic Morgantina John F. Kenfield 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Scheibenformige Akrotere in Griechenland und Italien Volker Kastner 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Archaische Tondacher Westgriechischer Typologie in Delphi und Olympia Madeleine Mertens-Horn and Luisa Viola 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Archaische Dachterrakotten aus Histria Konrad Zimmermann 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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New Information from the Discovery of an Archaic Tiled Roof in Ionia Peter Schneider 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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L’Atelier de Potier Archaique de Phari (Thasos): La Production de Tuiles Jacques Y. Perreault 59 1

architecture, terracottas, pottery

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Chian Relief Pottery and its Relationship to Chian and East Greek Architectural Terracottas Eva Simantoni-Bournias 59 1

architecture, terracottas, pottery, reliefs

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Archaic Roof Tiles from the Heraion on Samos Aenne Ohnesorg 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Die Dachterrakotten der Archaischen Tempel von Kalapodi (Phokis) Gerhild Hubner 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Ein Neuer Antefixtyp aus dem Heiligtum der Artemis in Lousoi Veronika Mitsopoulos-Leon 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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The Asine Sima Berit Wells 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Three-Peaked Antefixes from the Argive Heraion Christopher A. Pfaff 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Terres cuites architecturales d’Argos et d’Epidaure: Notes de typologie et d’histoire Marie-Francoise Billot 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Archaic Architectural Terracottas from Halieis and Bassai Nancy K. Cooper 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Archaic Architectural Terracottas from Corinth Mary C. Roebuck 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Die archaischen Dacher von Olympia Joachim Heiden 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Les terrescuites architecturales de Delphes vingt ans apres la publication Christian Le Roy 59 1

architecture, terracottas

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Defining Regional Styles in Archaic Greek Architectural Terracottas Nancy A. Winter 59 1

terracottas, architecture, regionalism

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 58 4

epigraphical index

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The Athenian Proeispherontes Robert W. Wallace 58 4

history

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Alkman and the Athenian Arkteia Richard Hamilton 58 4

pottery, cult, religion, literature

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Two Unpublished Coins from Patras and the Name of the Roman Colony Penelope Agallopolou 58 4

coinage, history

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Many Brides: “Mistress and Maid” on Athenian Lekythoi Joan Reilly 58 4

iconography, vase painting, pottery, funerary studies

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The Pomegranate Vase: Its Origins and Continuity Sara A. Immerwahr 58 4

pottery, small finds

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Attic Black Figure from Corinth: II Ann Blair Brownlee 58 4

iconography, vase painting, black figure

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The Isthmian Dossier of P. Licinius Priscus Juventianus Daniel J. Geagan 58 3

inscriptions, history

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Portrait of a Polis: Lato pros Kamara (Crete) in the Late Second Century B.C. Martha W. Baldwin Bowsky 58 3

history, topography

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The Ependytes in Classical Athens Margaret C. Miller 58 3

literature, history, religion

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The Achaians in Naupaktos and Kalydon in the Fourth Century Irwin L. Merker 58 3

history

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The Calendar of the Year 304/3 B.C. in Athens A. Geoffrey Woodhead 58 3

history, inscriptions, calendric studies

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An Inscribed Conical Clay Object from Hermonassa Michail J., Treister and T. V. Shelov-Kovedyayev 58 3

pottery, small finds, inscriptions, history

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Echedemos, “The Second Attic Phoibos” Pantos A. Pantos 58 3

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Civil Disobedience and Unrest in Augustan Athens Michael C. Hoff 58 3

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The Archaic Roof Tiles at Isthmia: A Re-Examination Frederick P. Hemans 58 3

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A Reconstruction of the Temple of Nemesis at Rhamnous Margaret M. Miles 58 2

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Epigrams to an Elder Statesman and a Young Noble from Lato pros Kamara (Crete) Martha W. Baldwin Bowsky 58 1

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Herakles and the Hydra in Athens in the First Half of the Sixth Century B.C. Majorie Susan Venit 58 1

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Michael B. Walbank 58 1

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Faunal Remains from the Altar of Aphrodite Ourania, Athens David S. Reese 58 1

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The Musical Inscription from Epidauros Suzanne Bonefas 58 1

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Corinth, 1988: East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 58 1

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“Attic Red-figured Skyphoi of Corinthian Shape”—Corrigenda John H. Oakley 57 4

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 57 4

epigraphical index

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“Theseum” East Frieze: Color Traces and Attachment Cuttings Evelyn B. Harrison 57 4

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Nikokrates of Kolonos, Metalworker to the Parthenon Treasurers Diane Harris 57 4

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Die Beiden Xenokles von Sphettos Christian Habicht 57 4

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Two Attic Letter Cutters of the Third Century: 286/5-235/4 B.C. Stephen V. Tracy 57 4

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Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1987 Geraldine C. Gesell, Leslie Preston Day, and William D. E. Coulson 57 4

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“The Long-petal Bowl from the Pithos Settling Basin”—Corrigenda Susan I. Rotroff 57 3

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How Schliemann Smuggled “Priam’s Treasure” from the Troad to Athens David A. Traill 57 3

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Early Bronze-Age Stone Mortars from the Southern Argolid Curtis Runnels 57 3

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The Athenian Archon Hoplon Sara B. Aleshire 57 3

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Ephebic Inscriptions from Athens: Addenda and Corrigenda Stephen V. Tracy 57 3

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The Eponymous Archons of Athens from 159/8 to 141/0 B.C. Christian Habicht 57 3

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An Early Red-figured Calyx-Krater from Ancient Corinth Elizabeth G. Pemberton 57 3

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Excavations at Pseira, 1985 and 1986 Philip P. Betancourt and Costis Davaras 57 3

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An Architectural Function for the Lyons Kore John R. Marszal 57 2

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Fragments of Architectural-Terracotta Hydras in Corinth Gloria S. Merker 57 2

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Attic Red-figured Skyphoi of Corinthian Shape John H. Oakley 57 2

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The Theorodokoi of the Nemean Games Stephen G. Miller 57 2

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Corinth, 1987: South of Temple E and East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 57 2

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The Long-Petal Bowl from the Pithos Settling Basin Susan I. Rotroff 57 1

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The Thymaitian Phratry Charles W. Hedrick Jr. 57 1

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A Geometric Well at Corinth: Well 1981-6 Christopher A. Pfaff 57 1

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Excavations at Nemea, 1984-1986 Stephen G. Miller 57 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 56 4

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Corinthian Basins on High Stands Mario Iozzo 56 4

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The Roman Watermill in the Athenian Agora: A New View of the Evidence Robert J. Spain 56 4

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The Evolution of Settlement in the Southern Argolid, Greece: An Economic Explanation Curtis N. Runnels and Tjeerd H. Van Andel 56 3

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Attic Red Figure from the Forum in Ancient Corinth Ian McPhee 56 3

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A Bone Assemblage at Corinth of the Second Century after Christ David S. Reese, Kevin Rielly and Mark J. Rose 56 3

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Prehistoric Figurines from Corinth W. W. Phelps 56 3

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“The Role of Athens in the Reorganization of the Delphic Amphictiony after 189 B.C.”—Errata Christian Habicht 56 2

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“An Attic Decree Concerning Oropos”—Errata Merle K. Langdon 56 2

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Early Stoneworking in the Corinthia Robin F. Rhodes 56 2

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Pottery and Miscellaneous Artifacts from Fortified Sites in Northern and Western Attica Josiah Ober 56 2

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An Assemblage of Frankish Pottery at Corinth G. D. R. Sanders 56 2

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Corinth: Coins, 1925-1926. The Theater District and the Roman Villa John D. Mac Isaac 56 2

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“The Fourth-century Skene of the Theater of Dionysos at Athens”—Errata Rhys F. Townsend 56 1

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Attic Black Figure from Corinth: I Ann Blair Brownlee 56 1

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The Role of Athens in the Reoganization of the Delphic Amphictiony after 189 B.C. Christian Habicht 56 1

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An Attic Decree Concerning Oropos Merle K. Langdon 56 1

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Corinth, 1986: Temple E and East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 56 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 55 4

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The Fourth-century Skene of the Theater of Dionysos at Athens Rhys F. Townsend 55 4

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Corinthian Moldmade Bowls: The 1926 Reservoir Charles M. Edwards 55 4

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Kavousi, 1983-1984: The Settlement at Vronda Leslie Preston Day, William D. E. Coulson, and Geraldine C. Gesell 55 4

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Athens and Stymphalos: IG II2, 144+ Michael B. Walbank 55 3

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Two Deposits from the Early Roman Cellar Building, Corinth Kathleen Warner Slane 55 3

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1984-1985 Joseph W. Shaw 55 3

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The Archaistic Perirrhanteria of Attica Mark D. Fullerton 55 2

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Coins Excavated at Corinth, 1978-1980 Orestes H. Zervos 55 2

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An Athenian Decree Honoring Foreigners A. J. Heisserer and Robert A. Moysey 55 2

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Corinth, 1985: East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 55 2

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Five Thousand Years of Land Use and Abuse in the Southern Argolid, Greece Tjeerd H. van Andel, Curtis N. Runnels, and Kevin O. Pope 55 1

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A Point of Precedence at Plataia: The Dispute between Athens and Sparta over Leading the Procession Noel Robertson 55 1

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The Chalkotheke on the Athenian Akropolis Laetitia La Follette 55 1

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The Stoa Gutter Well, a Late Archaic Deposit in the Athenian Agora Sally R. Roberts and Alice Glock 55 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 54 4

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An Early Byzantine Complex at Akra Sophia near Corinth Timothy E. Gregory 54 4

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LASANA: A Contribution to the Ancient Greek Kitchen Sarah P. Morris 54 4

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The Bronze Age Flaked Stone Industries from Lerna: A Preliminary Report Curtis N. Runnels 54 4

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Kavousi, 1982-1983: The Kastro Geraldine C. Gesell, Leslie P. Day, and William D. E. Coulson 54 4

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Michael B. Walbank 54 3

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Ten Hellenistic Graves in Ancient Corinth Elizabeth G. Pemberton 54 3

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Hymettiana I Merle K. Langdon 54 3

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Defixiones from a Well near the Southwest Corner of the Athenian Agora David R. Jordan 54 3

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Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part V: A Correction Michael B. Walbank 54 2

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Tobacco Pipes of Corinth and of the Athenian Agora Rebecca C. W. Robinson 54 2

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The Grave of Posthon at Sounion Merle K. Langdon 54 2

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A Fragment of a Greek Inventory Robert A. Moysey 54 2

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A Decree from the Athenian Asklepeion Olga Palagia and Kevin Clinton 54 2

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Three Heads of Sarapis from Corinth Elizabeth J. Milleker 54 2

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Isis Pelagia and a Roman Marble Matrix from the Athenian Agora Ellen Reeder Williams 54 2

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The Location of Nasos and Its Place in History William M. Murray 54 1

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Corinth, 1984: East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Oresetes H. Zervos 54 1

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The Middle Stoa Dated by Amphora Stamps Virginia R. Grace 54 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 53 4

epigraphical index

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The Ten Archontes of 579/8 at Athens Thomas J. Figueira 53 4

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The Roman Arch at Isthmia Timothy E. Gregory and Harrianne Mills 53 4

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The Provenance of Lead Used at Ayia Irini, Keos Noel H. Gale, Z. A. Stos-Gale, and J. L. Davis 53 4

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A Pheidian Head of Aphrodite Ourania Evelyn B. Harrison 53 4

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Stephen V. Tracy 53 3

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The Gravestone of Socrates’ Friend, Lysis Ronald S. Stroud 53 3

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Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part V Michael B. Walbank 53 3

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Spool Saltcellars in the Athenian Agora Susan I. Rotroff 53 3

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The Gods on the East Frieze of the Parthenon Ira S. Mark 53 3

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1982-1983 Joseph W. Shaw 53 2

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Coins: Corinth Excavations, 1977, Forum Southwest Joan E. Fisher 53 2

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An Argive Decree from Nemea Concerning Aspendos Ronald S. Stroud 53 2

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Excavations at Nemea, 1983 Stella G. Miller 53 2

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Excavations at Porto Cheli and Vicinity, Preliminary Report VI: Halieis, the Stratigraphy of the Streets in the Northeast Quarter of the Lower Town Wolf W. Rudolph 53 1

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Corinth, 1983: The Route to Sikyon Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 53 1

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The Bones from the Altar West of the Painted Stoa Giraud V. Foster 53 1

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Aphrodite on a Ladder Charles M. Edwards 53 1

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1980-1982 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 53 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 52 4

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Excavations and Survey at Kavousi, 1978-1981 Geraldine Gesell, Leslie Day, and William Coulson 52 4

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New Plans of the Early Iron Age Settlement of Vrokastro Barbara J. Hayden 52 4

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Keos and the Eastern Aegean: The Cretan Connection Jack L. Davis, Elizabeth Schofield, Robin Torrence, and David F. Williams 52 4

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Two Protogeometric Vases in the Collection of the American School William D. E. Coulson 52 4

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Fine Gray-burnished Pottery of the Early Helladic III Period: The Ancestry of Gray Minyan Jeremy B. Rutter 52 4

pottery, chronology, prehistory

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Corinthian Kotyle Workshops J. L. Benson 52 3

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Epilykos Kalos H. A. Shapiro 52 3

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Addendum to “Prytany and Ephebic Inscriptions,” Hesperia 51, 1982 John S. Traill 52 3

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Old and New on the Attic Phratry of the Therrikleidai C. W. Hedrick Jr. 52 3

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Three Cistern Systems on the Kolonos Agoraios Susan I. Rotroff 52 3

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A Hellenistic Arsenal in Athens Robert L. Pounder 52 3

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Greco-Italic Amphoras—Corrigenda Elizabeth L. Will 52 2 Download
Amphoras on Amphoras—Corrigenda Carolyn G. Koehler 52 2 Download
Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part IV Michael B. Walbank 52 2

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Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part III Michael B. Walbank 52 2

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Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part II Michael B. Walbank 52 2

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Further Thoughts on Hadrianic Athens Mary T. Boatwright 52 2

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Daniel J. Geagan 52 2

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Local Red Figure from Corinth, 1973-1980 Ian McPhee 52 2

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Deinias’ Grave at Timesios’ Farm Jere M. Wickens 52 1

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Excavations at Nemea, 1982 Stella G. Miller 52 1

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A Late Corinthian Perseus from Ancient Corinth Elizabeth G. Pemberton 52 1

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The True Aglaurion George S. Dontas 52 1

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Corinth, 1982: East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 52 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 51 4

epigraphical index

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A Group of Distinctive Pattern-Decorated Early Helladic III Pottery from Lerna and its Implications Jeremy B. Rutter 51 4

pottery

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Edward Clarke’s Ancient Road to Marathon, A.D. 1801 Josiah Ober 51 4

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Anchoring Two Floating Temples William B. Dinsmoor Jr. 51 4

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The Archaic Statue of Dionysos from Ikarion Irene B. Romano 51 4

sculpture, cult, religion

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Excavations at Tsoungiza (Archaia Nemea): 1981 James C. Wright 51 4

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Bibliography of Dorothy Burr Thompson Dorothy Burr Thompson 51 3

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Bibliography of Virginia R. Grace Virginia R. Grace 51 3

bibliography

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A Terracotta Herakles at the Johns Hopkins University Ellen R. Williams 51 3

terracotta figurines, sculpture

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Greco-Italic Amphoras Elizabeth L. Will 51 3

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Silver, Glass, and Clay: Evidence for the Dating of Hellenistic Luxury Tableware Susan I. Rotroff 51 3

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The Drunken Herakles: A New Angle on an Unstable Subject Richard Nicholls 51 3

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Some Rhodian Amphora Capacities P. M. Wallace Matheson and M. B. Wallace 51 3

amphoras, measures and weights

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Amphoras on Amphoras Carolyn G. Koehler 51 3

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Note on the Piecing of Bronze Statuettes Dorothy K. Hill 51 3

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A Portrait of Cleopatra II(?) in the Vassar College Art Gallery Christine Mitchell Havelock 51 3

portraiture, sculpture, cult, history

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Lesbian Wine and Storage Amphoras: A Progress Report on Identification Barbara G. Clinkenbeard 51 3

amphoras, material science, trade

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A Hellenistic Terracotta Group from Corinth Nancy Bookidis 51 3

sculpture, terracottas

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Urban and Rural Land Division in Ancient Greece - Corrigenda and Addenda Thomas D. Boyd and Michael H. Jameson 51 2

history, topography

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Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Settled Village Life—Corrigenda and Addenda Thomas W. Jacobsen 51 2

settlement patterns, history

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Prytany and Ephebic Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora John S. Traill 51 2

inscriptions

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Leases of Sacred Properties in Attica, Part I Michael B. Walbank 52 1

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Corinth, 1981: East of the Theater Charles K. Williams II and Orestes H. Zervos 51 2

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A Colossal Statue of a Personification from the Agora of Athens Olga Palagia 51 1

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The Confiscation and Sale by the Poletai in 402/1 B.C. of the Property of the Thirty Tyrants Michael B. Walbank 51 1

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Kallias Kratiou Alopekethen H. A. Shapiro 51 1

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A New Document from the Isthmian Games D. R. Jordan and A. J. S. Spawforth 51 1

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Third to First Centuries B.C. Stephen V. Tracy 51 1

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora: Fifth to Third Centuries B.C. Michael B. Walbank 51 1

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Excavations at Nemea, 1981 Stephen G. Miller 51 1

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Ikarion in Attica: 1888-1981 William R. Biers and Thomas D. Boyd 51 1

history

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Greek Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 50 4

epigraphical index

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Corinthian Developments in the Study of Trade in the Fifth Century Carolyn G. Koehler 50 4

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Sculpture from Corinth Brunilde S. Ridgway 50 4

sculpture

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The City of Corinth and its Domestic Religion Charles K. Williams II 50 4

religion, cult

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Athens after the Liberation: Planning the New City and Exploring the Old John Travlos 50 4

history

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The Evolution of Slavic Society and the Slavic Invasions in Greece. The First Major Slavic Attack on Thessaloniki, A.D. 597. Speros Vryonis Jr. 50 4

history

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Athens: From City-State to Provincial Town T. Leslie Shear Jr. 50 4

history

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Athens Faces Adversity Homer A. Thompson 50 4

history

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Urban and Rural Land Division in Ancient Greece Thomas D. Boyd and Michael H. Jameson 50 4

history, topography

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Notes on Keos and Tzia John L. Caskey 50 4

history

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Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Settled Village Life in Greece Thomas W. Jacobsen 50 4

settlement patterns, survey, history

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Corinth 1980: Molded Relief Bowls—Corrigendum Charles M. Edwards 50 3

pottery, reliefs

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Petrological Examination of Later Middle Bronze Age Pottery from Ayia Irini, Keos Jack L. Davis and David F. Williams 50 3

materials science, pottery

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Red-Figured Pottery from Corinth: Sacred Spring and Elsewhere Ian McPhee 50 3

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Le “Craterisque” d’Artemis et le Brauronion de l’Acrople Lilly Kahil 50 3

pottery, religion, topography, cult

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) During 1980 Joseph W. Shaw 50 3

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Corinth 1980: Molded Relief Bowls Charles Malcolm Edwards 50 2

pottery, reliefs

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Coin Hoards from the Gymnasium Area at Corinth James A. Dengate 50 2

coinage

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The Phanosthenes Decree: Taxes and Timber in Late Fifth-century Athens Brian R. MacDonald 50 2

inscriptions, history, decree

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A Deposit of Lamps from the Roman Bath at Isthmia Birgitta Lindros Wohl 50 2

small finds, coinage

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The Attribution of Corinthian Bronzes Elizabeth G. Pemberton 50 2

metalwork, sculpture, pottery, figurines

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Mid-Third-Century Athenian Archons Benjamin D. Meritt 50 1

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Rock-cut Inscriptions from Mt. Hymettos Josiah Ober 50 1

inscriptions, topography, architecture

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Excavations at Nemea, 1980 Stephen G. Miller 50 1

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Corinth: Excavations of 1980 Charles K. Williams II, and Pamela Russell 50 1

excavation, architecture, topography, small finds, pottery

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Greek Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 49 4

epigraphical index

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The Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia: Techniques of Metal Manufacture William Rostoker and Elizabeth R. Gebhard 49 4

metalwork, sanctuary

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A Monochrome Mosaic at Isthmia Pamela M. Packard 49 4

mosaics, architecture

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The Date of the Temple on the Ilissos River Margaret M. Miles 49 4

architecture, pottery, temple

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Fifth-century Attic Red Figure at Corinth Cedric G. Boulter and Julie L. Bentz 49 4

pottery , vase painting, red figure

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Hippokrates Son of Anaxileos H. A. Shapiro 49 3

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A Law in the City Eleusinion Concerning the Mysteries Kevin Clinton 49 3

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Michael B. Walbank 49 3

inscriptions

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1979 Joseph W. Shaw 49 3

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, religion

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Excavations at Nemea, 1979 Stephen G. Miller 49 2

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A Tiberian Pottery Deposit from Corinth Kathleen Slane Wright 49 2

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Corinth Excavations, 1979 Charles K. Williams II 49 2

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A Hero Shrine in the Athenian Agora Gerald V. Lalonde 49 1

religion, architecture, cult

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Clay Tokens Stamped with the Names of Athenian Military Commanders John H. Kroll and Fordyce W. Mitchel 49 1

small finds, history, inscriptions, stamps

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Frescoes from Ayia Irini, Keos. Parts II-IV Katherine Abramovitz 49 1

architecture, frescoes

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From Gennetai to Curiales James H. Oliver 49 1

inscriptions, history

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Coins: Corinth Excavations, 1976, Forum Southwest Joan E. Fisher 49 1

coinage, excavation

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Epigraphical Index John Traill 48 4

epigraphical index

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A Drought in the Late Eighth Century B.C. John McK. Camp II 48 4

history

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A Fragmentary Skyphos by the Affecter John H. Oakley 48 4

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The Last Mycenaeans at Corinth Jeremy Rutter 48 4

history, architecture, pottery, small finds

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Early Helladic Hearth Rims at Corinth John C. Lavezzi 48 4

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The Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia on the Athenian Akropolis Robin F. Rhodes and John J. Dobbins 48 4

religion, architecture, topography, sanctuary

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Excavations at Porto Cheli and Vicinity. Preliminary Report V: The Early Byzantine Remains Wolf W. Rudolph (and Mark C. Sheehan) 48 3

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The Philites Stele (SIG3 284 = IEK 503) A. J. [Andrew] Heisserer 48 3

inscriptions

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The Late Roman Wall at Corinth Timothy E. Gregory 48 3

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Late Helladic I Pottery from Korakou Jack L. Davis 48 3

pottery

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Kernoi from the Athenian Agora Jerome J. Pollitt 48 3

pottery, religion

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A Public Building of Late Antiquity in Athens (IG II2, 5205) Alison Frantz 48 2

architecture, inscriptions

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Athens Honors King Euagoras of Salamis David M. Lewis and Ronald S. Stroud 48 2

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Stephen V. Tracy 48 2

inscriptions

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1978 Joseph W. Shaw 48 2

excavation, architecture, small finds, pottery, terracotta figurines

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Corinth, 1978: Forum Southwest Charles Kaufman Williams II 48 2

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Five Letter-cutters of Hellenistic Athens (230-130 B.C.)—Corrigenda and Addendum Stephen V. Tracy 48 1

inscriptions

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Excavations at Nemea, 1978 Stephen G. Miller 48 1

excavation, architecture, small finds, pottery, amphoras, inscriptions

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The Lost Classical Palaimonion Found? David W. Rupp 48 1

architecture, religion, sanctuary, topography

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SEG XXI, 80 and the Rule of the Thirty Peter Krentz 48 1

inscriptions, history

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An Emendation to the Prosopography of Roman Corinth Glenn R. Bugh 48 1

inscriptions, history, prosopography

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Samothrace: Supplementary Investigations, 1968-1977 James R. McCredie 48 1

excavation, architecture, inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora. Addenda to The Athenian Agora, Vol. XV, Inscriptions: The Athenian Councillors—Corrigenda John Traill 47 4

inscriptions

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An Anonymous Hero in the Athenian Agora—Corrigenda Susan I. Rotroff 47 4

inscriptions, history

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Panachaeans and Panhellenes—Corrigenda Oliver 47 4

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Diakris, The Inland Trittys of Leontis—Corrigenda John Traill 47 4

inscriptions, history

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 47 4

epigraphical index

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Prehistoric Investigations at Corinth John C. Lavezzi 47 4

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Figurine Vases from the Athenian Agora Ellen Reeder Williams 47 4

pottery, terracotta figurines, religion

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Excavations at Porto Cheli and Vicinity, Preliminary Report IV: The Lower Town of Halieis, 1970-1977 Thomas D. Boyd and Wolf W. Rudolph 47 4

excavation, architecture, topography

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora. Addenda to The Athenian Agora, Vol. XV, Inscriptions: The Athenian Councillors John S. Traill 47 3

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Five Letter-cutters of Hellenistic Athens (230-130 B.C.) Stephen V. Tracy and S. T. Edmunds 47 3

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Two Attic Red-figured Kraters in Samothrace Elsbeth B. Dusenbery 47 3

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An Anonymous Hero in the Athenian Agora Susan I. Rotroff 47 2

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A Spear Butt from the Lesbians John McK. Camp II 47 2

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Panachaeans and Panhellenes James H. Oliver 47 2

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Water from Stymphalos? William R. Biers 47 2

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1977 Joseph W. Shaw, P. P Betancourt, and L. V. Watrous 47 2

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Diakris, the Inland Trittys of Leontis John S. Traill 47 1

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Excavations at Nemea, 1977 Stephen G. Miller 47 1

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Honors for Antioch of the Chysaoreans Robert L. Pounder 47 1

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Four AE Coin Hoards in the Collection of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens Alan S. Walker 47 1

coinage

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Corinth 1977, Forum Southwest Charles K. Williams II 47 1

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Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 46 4

epigraphical index

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Corinthian Metalworking: The Forum Area Carol C. Mattusch 46 4

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Bronze- and Ironworking in the Area of the Athenian Agora Carol C. Mattusch 46 4

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Neolithic Tangas from Lerna Elizabeth C. Banks 46 4

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A Peplophoros in Corinth Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway 46 4

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A Deposit of Archaic and Classical Greek Pottery at Ayia Irini, Keos Kathryn L. Butt 46 4

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The Restoration of Sanctuaries in Attica, II Gerald R. Culley 46 3

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Inscriptions from Palairos John McK. Camp II 46 3

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A Boiotian Decree in Athens Gerald V. Lalonde 46 3

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A Gymnasium Inventory from the Athenian Agora Diskin Clay 46 3

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The Marquis de Nointel in Naxos, A.D. 1673 Eugene Vanderpool 46 3

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Athenian Dates by Month and Prytany Benjamin D. Meritt 46 3

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A Poros Sphinx from Corinth James C. Wright 46 3

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New Fragments of the Parthenon Acroteria Ira S. Mark 46 3

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Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1976 Joseph W. Shaw 46 3

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Inscriptions at Corinth Thomas R. Martin 46 2

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The Farm of Timesios: Rock-cut Inscriptions in South Attica Merle K. Langdon and L. Vance Watrous 46 2

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Notes on a Water Clock in the Athenian Agora Joe E. Armstrong and J. McK. Camp II 46 2

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Some Athenian Armor Tokens John H. Kroll 46 2

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An Archive of the Athenian Cavalry John H. Kroll 46 2

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Corinth 1976: Forum Southwest Charles Kaufman Williams II and C. de Grazia 46 1

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A Mycenean Ritual Vase from the Temple at Ayia Irini, Keos Sara A. Immerwahr 46 1

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An Early Stadium at Nemea David Gilman Romano 46 1

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Excavations at Nemea, 1976 Stephen G. Miller 46 1

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Epigrpahical Index John S. Traill 45 4

epigraphical index

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Attic Red Figure of the Late 5th and 4th Centuries from Corinth Ian D. McPhee 45 4

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Griffins in Post-Minoan Cretan Art Nancy B. Reed 45 4

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Kum Tepe in the Troad: Trial Excavation, 1934 Jerome W. Sperling 45 4

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A Revision of Hesperia, XLIII, 1974, “A New Ephebic Inscription from the Athenian Agora” John S. Traill 45 3

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Honors for Phanosthenes, Antiochides and their Associates Michael B. Walbank 45 3

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora Stephen V. Tracy 45 3

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The Attic Quota-List of 453/2 B.C. Malcolm F. McGregor 45 3

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The Date of the Destruction of the Sanctuary of Poseidon on the Isthmus of Corinth Ann E. Beaton and Paul A. Clement 45 3

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A Corinthian Inscription Recording Honors at Elis for Corinthian Judges Noel Robertson 45 3

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HP 2310: A Lakonian Kylix from Halieis Wolf W. Rudolph 45 3

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Excavations at Corinth: Temple Hill, 1968-1972 Henry S. Robinson 45 3

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Excavations at Nemea, 1975 Stephen G. Miller 45 2

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The Year of Archippos at Athens (318/7) B.C. Benjamin D. Meritt 45 2

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The New Fragment of the Fifteenth Quota-List Malcolm F. McGregor 45 2

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A Bronze Counterpoise of Athena C. W. J. Eliot 45 2

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Corinth, 1975: Forum Southwest Charles K. Williams II and Joan E. Fisher 45 2

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Two New Fragments of the Edict of Diocletian on Maximum Prices E. J. Doyle 45 1

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The Colossus of Porto Raphti: A Roman Female Personification Cornelius Vermeule 45 1

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Ancient Clay Impressions from Greek Metalwork Ellen Reeder Williams 45 1

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The Agora Excavations and Athenian Bronze Coinage, 200 - 86 B.C. Fred S. Kleiner 45 1

coinage

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Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 44 4

epigraphical index

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New Readings in an Athenian Accounting Document: I.G., I2, 337 Michael B. Walbank 44 4

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Gnaeus Octavius and the Echinaioi Lawrence J. Bliquez 44 4

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A Poros Kouros from Isthmia Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway 44 4

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Gennadeion Notes, IV: Lord Byron, Father Paul, and the Artist William Page C. W. J. Eliot 44 4

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An Athenian Archon List of the Late Second Century after Christ Susan I. Rotroff 44 4

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A Letter of Trajan to a Synod at Isthmia Daniel J. Geagan 44 4

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Greek Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora David M. Lewis 44 4

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Evidence for a Mycenaean Tomb of the Late Helladic IIA Period in the Athenian Agora Jeremy Rutter 44 4

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1973-1974 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 44 4

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The Earliest Athenian New Style Bronze Coins. Some Evidence from the Athenian Agora Fred S. Kleiner 44 3

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A New Group of Sculptures from Ancient Corinth Mary C. Sturgeon 44 3

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Neolithic Remains at Nemea: Excavations of 1925-1926 Carl W. Blegen 44 3

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Attic Black Figure from Samothrace Mary B. Moore 44 2

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Two Inscriptions from Bassai Frederick A. Cooper 44 2

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The Restoration of Sanctuaries in Attica: I.G., II2, 1035 Gerald L. Culley 44 2

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Late Roman Corinthian Lamps from the Fountain of the Lamps Karen S. Garnett 44 2

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Excavations at Nemea 1973-1974 Stephen G. Miller 44 2

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Excavations at Nichoria in Messenia: 1972-1973 William A. McDonald, C. T. Shay, Nancy Wilkie, R. Hope Simpson, William D. E. Coulson, William P. Donovan, Harriet Blitzer, J. Rosser, W. P. Donovan, Stanley Aschenbrenner, R. J. Howell, O. T. P. K. Dickinson, Helen Hughes-Brock, William D. Wade, Donald L. Wolberg, Frederick V. Grady, Robert E. Sloan, Jennifer Shay, George Rapp Jr., and S. R. B. Cooke 44 1

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The Theater at Phlius: Excavations 1973 William R. Biers 44 1

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Corinth, 1974: Forum Southwest Charles K. Williams II and Joan E. Fisher 44 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 43 4

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Bibliography of Oscar Theodore Broneer Oscar T. Broneer 43 4

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Dedication to Oscar Broneer 43 4 Download
The Road to Oenoe James R. Wiseman 43 4

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KTL from Corinth Saul S. Weinberg 43 4

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A Wandering Soldier’s Grave in Corinth Gladys D. Weinberg 43 4

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The Lawcourt EPI PALLADIOI John Travlos 43 4

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Vitruvius’ Arts of Architecture Robert L. Scranton 43 4

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Three Classes(?) in Early Attica Carl Roebuck 43 4

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A Monument of Roma at Corinth Henry S. Robinson 43 4

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A Kouros Head in Kansas City Charles H. Morgan 43 4

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The Hadrianic Year of the Council at Athens Benjamin D. Meritt 43 4

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A Samothracian Enigma James R. McCredie 43 4

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Chariots of Early Greece Dorothy Kent Hill 43 4

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The Form of the Orchestra in the Early Greek Theater Elizabeth Gebhard 43 4

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The Monopteros in the Athenian Agora William B. Dinsmoor Jr. 43 4

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From the West Cemetery at Isthmia Paul A. Clement and Margaret MacVeagh Thorne 43 4

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A Geometric Cemetery on the Areopagus: 1897, 1932, 1947 Evelyn Lord Smithson 43 3

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Greek Inscriptions John McK. Camp II 43 3

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Victories in the Anthippasia Eugene Vanderpool 43 3

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The “Agora” of Pausanias I, 17, 1-2 Eugene Vanderpool 43 3

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Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth: Preliminary Report V: 1971-1973 Nancy Bookidis and Joan E. Fisher 43 3

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The Mycenaean Tholos Tomb at Kolophon Robert Alden Bridges Jr. 43 2

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The Date of the Walls at Tanagra Duane W. Roller 43 2

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A New Ephebic Inscription from the Athenian Agora O. W. Reinmuth 43 2

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Menon’s Cistern Stella G. Miller 43 2

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Ostraka from the Athenian Agora, 1970-1972 Eugene Vanderpool 43 2

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An Athenian Law on Silver Coinage Ronald S. Stroud 43 2

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New Fragments of the Parthenon in the Athenian Agora William B. Dinsmoor Jr. 43 1

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Excavation at Porto Cheli and Vicinity, Preliminary Report, III: Excavations at Metochi 1970 Wolf W. Rudoph 43 1

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A Grave with a Figured Fibula at Lerna Keith DeVries 43 1

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Addenda to the Marble Figurines from Ayia Irini John L. Caskey 43 1

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Excavation at Corinth, 1973 Charles K. Williams II, Jean MacIntosh, and Joan E. Fisher 43 1

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Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 42 4

epigraphical index

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Roman Pottery from the South Stoa at Corinth John W. Hayes 42 4

pottery

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New Readings in I.G., XIV, 1285, II, Verso Wallace E. McLeod 42 4

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1972 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 42 4

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A Decree of the Council of the Areopagus Daniel J. Geagan 42 3

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The Skeletons of Lerna Hollow Al B. Wesolowsky 42 3

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Honors for Parianos of Issa and His Sons Athenodoros and Ikesios Michael B. Walbank 42 3

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The Eleusis Hoard of Athenian Imperial Coins and Some Deposits from the Athenian Agora John H. Kroll 42 3

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An Early Byzantine and a Late Turkish Hoard from the Athenian Agora John H. Kroll, George C. Miles, and Stella G. Miller 42 3

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Frescoes from Ayia Irini, Keos. Part I Katherine Coleman 42 3

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Excavations in the Franchthi Cave, 1969-1971. Part II. Thomas W. Jacobsen 42 3

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Corinth in the Ninth Century: The Numismatic Evidence D. M. Metcalf 42 2

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1971 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 42 2

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Excavations at Phlius, 1972 William R. Biers 42 1

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A Sixth Century Hoard from Kenchreai Robert L. Hohlfelder 42 1

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Excavation in the Franchthi Cave, 1969-1971, Part I Thomas W. Jacobsen 42 1

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Corinth, 1972: The Forum Area Charles K. Williams II, and Joan E. Fisher 42 1

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Epigraphical Index John S. Traill 41 4

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Addendum to “A Roman Monument in the Athenian Agora” Stephen G. Miller 41 4

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A Second Look at the Monument of Chabrias John Buckler 41 4

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Addendum to Samothrace, Volume 3: The Lateral Akroteria Phyllis Williams Lehmann 41 4

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The Tomb of Themistokles in the Peiraieus Paul W. Wallace 41 4

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Inscriptions from the North Slope of the Acropolis, II Ronald S. Stroud 41 4

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Two New Fragments of the Tribute Lists Benjamin D. Meritt 41 4

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The Tribute Quota List of 454/3 B.C. Benjamin D. Meritt 41 4

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Investigations in Keos. Part II: A Conspectus of the Pottery John L. Caskey 41 3

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A Green-Glazed “Modiolus” from Kenchreai Henry S. Robinson 41 3

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A Mosaic Floor from a Roman Villa at Anaploga Stella Grobel Miller 41 3

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The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth. Preliminary Report IV: 1969-1970 Nancy Bookidis and Joan E. Fisher 41 3

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Mortgage Horoi from the Athenian Agora Stephen G. Miller 41 2

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Excavations at Nichoria in Messenia: 1969-71 William A. McDonald 41 2

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Greek Inscriptions at Corinth Ronald S. Stroud 41 2

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The Colossus of Porto Raphti Reconsidered Stephen G. Miller 41 2

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I.G., II2, 1006 and 1301 Oscar Reinmuth 41 2

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Corinth, 1971: Forum Area Charles K. Williams II, and Joan E. Fisher 41 2

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An Epigraphical Correction John S. Traill 41 1

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Appius Claudius Pulcher and the Hollows of Euboia Hugh J. Mason and Malcolm B. Wallace 41 1

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Some Aspects of Urbanization in Corinth Carl Roebuck 41 1

settlement patterns, history, topography

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A Roman Monument in the Athenian Agora Stephen G. Miller 41 1

architecture, inscriptions

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Epigraphical Notes Stephen V. Tracy 41 1

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The Gymnasium Area at Corinth, 1969-1970 James Wiseman 41 1

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Epigraphical Index 40 4

epigraphical index

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A Concordance to Hesperia and Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (contd.) Alan S. Henry 40 4

inscriptions

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I.G., II 2, 1477 and 3046 Rediscovered Stephen N. Koumanoudes and S. G. Miller 40 4

inscriptions

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Excavations at Phlius, 1970 William R. Biers 40 4

excavation, architecture, topography

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Excavations at Phlius, 1924. The Votive Deposit. William R. Biers 40 4

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Investigations in Keos: Part I: Excavations and Explorations, 1966-1970 John L. Caskey 40 4

excavation, pottery, small finds, obsidian

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The Setting of Greek Sculpture Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway 40 3

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A New Look at the Wall of Nikomakhos Ann Fingarette 40 3

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Greek Inscriptions Honoring Prytaneis John S. Traill 40 3

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Greek Inscriptions: Tragedies Presented at the Lenaia of 364/3 B.C. John McK. Camp II 40 3

inscriptions, religion, theater, literature

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Greek Inscriptions: Theozotides and the Athenian Orphans Ronald S. Stroud 40 3

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1970 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 40 3

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The Epistle of Claudius which Mentions the Proconsul Junius Gallio James H. Oliver 40 2

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A Purity Regulation from Therasia Purified Henry R. Immerwahr 40 2

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The Neokoroi of Poseidon Hippios Wesley E. Thompson 40 2

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A Roman Tomb at Corinthian Kenchreai W. Willson Cummer 40 2

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Inscriptions from the North Slope of the Acropolis, I Ronald S. Stroud 40 2

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An Ancient Fort on Mount Oneion Ronald S. Stroud 40 2

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Marble Figurines from Ayia Irini in Keos John L. Caskey 40 2

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Hoplon, An Athenian Archon of the Third Century B.C. Eugene Vanderpool 40 1

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Greek Inscriptions Daniel J. Geagan 40 1

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Samian Amphoras Virginia R. Grace 40 1

amphoras, trade

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Corinth, 1970: Forum Area Charles K. Williams II, and Joan E. Fisher 40 1

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Epigraphical Index 39 4

epigraphical index

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A Concordance to Hesperia and Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (contd.) Alan S. Henry 39 4

inscriptions

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Hadrian’s Reform of the Appeal Procedure in Greece James H. Oliver 39 4

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Pausanias, II, 2, 3: A Collation of Archaeological and Numismatic Evidence Robert L. Hohlfelder 39 4

literature, harbors, coinage

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Archaic Sculptures from Corinth (From the Notes of Edward Capps, Jr.) Nancy Bookidis 39 4

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Greek Inscriptions Stephen V. Tracy 39 4

inscriptions

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The Vrysoula Classical Deposit from Ancient Corinth Elizabeth Gummey Pemberton 39 4

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The Stoa Poikile Lucy Shoe Meritt 39 4

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Old Discoveries from Old Athens Stephen Miller 39 3

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The Monument of the Eponymous Heroes in the Athenian Agora T. Leslie Shear Jr. 39 3

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An Archaic Inscription from Attica James Wiseman and Joseph W. Shaw 39 2

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Architectural Terracotta Sculpture from the Athenian Agora Richard Nicholls 39 2

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Ransom of the Athenians by Epikerdes Benjamin D. Meritt 39 2

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Banded Pithoi of Lerna III Martha Heath Wiencke 39 2

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A New List of Victors in the Caesarea at Isthmia William R. Biers and Daniel J. Geagan 39 2

inscriptions

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A Hellenistic Pithos from Corinth Elizabeth MacNeil Boggess 39 1

pottery

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A Small Deposit of Bronze Coins from Kenchreai Robert H. Hohlfelder 39 1

coinage

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Notes on Attic Demes Wesley E. Thompson 39 1

inscriptions, demes

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Notes on the Treasurers of Athena Wesley E. Thompson 39 1

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A Lex Sacra of the Attic Deme Phrearrhioi Eugene Vanderpool 39 1

inscriptions, law, cult

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Some Attic Inscriptions Eugene Vanderpool 39 1

inscriptions

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Corinth, 1969: Forum Area Charles K. Williams II 39 1

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Epigraphical Index 38 4

epigraphical index

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Addendum to Hesperia, XXXVII, 1968, pp. 1-24 John S. Traill 38 4

inscriptions

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A Concordance to Hesperia and Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (contd.) Alan S. Henry 38 4

inscriptions

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Further Seals and Sealings from Lerna Martha Heath Wiencke 38 4

small finds, pottery, stamps

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Strabo on Acrocorinth Paul W. Wallace 38 4

topography, literature

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The Bouleutic List of 281/0 B.C. John S. Traill 38 4

inscriptions

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Excavations at Phlius, 1924, The Prehistoric Deposits William R. Biers 38 4

excavation, pottery

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Philinos and Menekrates Benjamin D. Meritt 38 3

inscriptions, prosopography

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Two New Prytany Inscriptions from the Athenian Agora John S. Traill 38 3

inscriptions

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The Athenian Agora: Excavations of 1968 T. Leslie Shear Jr. 38 3

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, terracotta figurines, inscriptions

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Excavations at Porto Cheli and Vicinity, Preliminary Report II: The Franchthi Cave, 1967-1968 Thomas W. Jacobsen 38 3

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Excavations at Porto Cheli and Vicinity, Preliminary Report, I: Halieis, 1962-1968 Michael H. Jameson 38 3

excavation, topography, amphoras, small finds, pottery, architecture, harbors

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The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth, Preliminary Report III: 1968 Nancy Bookidis 38 3

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Bibliography of Rhys Carpenter Rhys Carpenter 38 2

bibliography

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Old Phrygian Inscriptions from Gordion: Toward a History of the Phrygian Alphabet Rodney S. Young 38 2

inscriptions, history

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Mourning Odysseus Dorothy Burr Thompson 38 2

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The Panathenaic Frieze: Optical Relations Richard Stillwell 38 2

sculpture, architecture

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Antique Sculpture in Prints Katharine Shepard 38 2

sculpture

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Two Peplophoroi in the United States Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway 38 2

sculpture

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The End of the Archaic Style Charles H. Morgan 38 2

sculpture

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The Geographical Distribution of Greek and Roman Ionic Bases Lucy Shoe Meritt 38 2

architecture

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A Temple at Hermione Marian Holland McAllister and Michael H. Jameson 38 2

architecture, topography, history, temple, cult

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Homer and Oral Techniques Mabel L. Lang 38 2

literature

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A Marble Head in Princeton Frances Follin Jones 38 2

sculpture

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A New Greek Bronze Head in the Ackland Museum Sara Anderson Immerwahr 38 2

sculpture, metalwork

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Some Hittite Figurines in the Aegean Jeanny Vorys Canby 38 2

sculpture, figurines, metalwork, cult

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The Akroteria of the Nike Temple Patricia Neils Boulter 38 2

sculpture, architecture, inscriptions

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The Inscriptions in the Hephaisteion Wesley E. Thompson 38 1

inscriptions, temple

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Metonic Inercalations in Athens Benjamin D. Meritt 38 1

inscriptions

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Excavations in Corinth, The Gymnasium Area, 1967-1968 James Wiseman 38 1

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Excavations at Corinth, 1968 Charles K. Williams II 38 1

excavation, architecture, pottery

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A Sanctuary and Cemetery in Western Corinth Henry S. Robinson 38 1

excavation, sanctuary, cult, funerary studies, architecture, pottery, small finds, amphoras. terracotta figurines

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Epigraphical Index 37 4

epigraphical index

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A Concordance to Hesperia and Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (contd.) Alan S. Henry 37 4

inscriptions

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Alcibiades Eugene Vanderpool 37 4

inscriptions, prosopography

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Acrocorinth in 1668, A Turkish Account Pierre MacKay 37 4

history, fortifications

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Inscriptions from Nemea Daniel J. Geagan 37 4

inscriptions

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Dedication of Phialai at Athens David M. Lewis 37 4

inscriptions, cult

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The Lechaion Cemetery near Corinth C. W. J. Eliot and Mary Eliot 37 4

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Greek Inscriptions (in vols. 33:2 and 33:4 [Epigraphical Index]) - Corrigenda Benjamin D. Meritt 37 3

inscriptions

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Two Dedications in Athens to Archons of the Panhellenion Anna S. Benjamin 37 3

inscriptions, cult, sanctuary

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Local Imitation of Corinthian Vases of the Later Seventh Century B.C. found in Corfu George Dontas 37 3

pottery

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The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth, Preliminary Report II: 1964-1965 Ronald S. Stroud 37 3

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 37 3

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Thespian Inscriptions Robert C. Ross 37 3

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New Fragments of Casualty Lists Donald W. Bradeen 37 2

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A Reconstruction of I.G., II2, 1628 Donald R. Laing Jr. 37 2

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Abaci from the Athenian Agora Mabel Lang 37 2

inscriptions, small finds

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The Archonship of Charikles (196/5 B.C.) Benjamin D. Meritt 37 2

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Samothrace: Preliminary Report on the Campaigns of 1965-1967 James R. McCredie 37 2

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Two Kimolian Dikast Decrees from Geraistos in Euboia Thomas W. Jacobsen and Peter M. Smith 37 2

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A Grave Stele from Attica Borimir Jordan 37 2

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A Latin Epitaph from Athens Edwin J. Doyle 37 2

inscriptions, Latin, funerary studies

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Gennadeion Notes, III: Athens in the Time of Lord Byron C. W. J. Eliot 37 2

history, topography

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A Fifth Century Hieron Southwest of the Athenian Agora Gerald V. Lalonde 37 2

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Zeus Exopsios(?) Richard E. Wycherly 37 1

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The Tomb of a Rich Athenian Lady, ca. 850 B.C. Evelyn Lord Smithson 37 1

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New Ostraka from the Athenian Agora Eugene Vanderpool 37 1

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Metronomoi Eugene Vanderpool 37 1

inscriptions, weights and measures

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Activity in the Athenian Agora: 1966-1967 Homer A. Thompson 37 1

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The Cyclopean Wall on the Isthmus of Corinth, Addendum Oscar Broneer 37 1

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The Bouleutic List of 303/2 B.C. John S. Traill 37 1

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Epigraphical Index 36 4

epigraphical index

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Tiberius Claudius Dioteimos Besaieus Elias Kapetanopoulos 36 4

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Excavations at Corinth, the Gymnasium Area, 1966 James Wiseman 36 4

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A Double-Sheaved Pulley Block from Kenchreai Joseph W. Shaw 36 4

architecture, topography, harbors, technology

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Coins from Some Deposits in the South Stoa at Corinth M. Jessop Price 36 4

coinage

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North Syrian Mortaria J. W. Hayes 36 4

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The Sacred Gerusia and the Emperor’s Consilium James H. Oliver 36 3

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The Athenian Casualty List of 464 B.C. Donald W. Bradeen 36 3

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More Byzantine and Frankish Pottery from Corinth Theodora Stillwell MacKay 36 3

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Athenian Agora Inscriptions Cut by One Mason Stephen V. Tracy 36 3

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 36 3

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A Concordance to Hesperia Vols. I-XXX with Supplements I-X and Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Vols. I-XX Alan S. Henry 36 2

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The Fountain at Hadji Mustapha Pierre A. MacKay 36 2

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A New Metrical Inscription from Crete Anastasius C. Bandy 36 2

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Kephisophon’s Kylix Eugene Vanderpool 36 2

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Investigations at Corinthian Kenchreai Robert L. Scranton and Edwin S. Ramage 36 2

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The Meaning of Episema in Pausanias I, 17, 1 C.W.J. Eliot 36 2

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Philokleon’s Court Alan Boegehold 36 1

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The Marble Trophy from Marathon in the British Museum Eugene Vanderpool 36 1

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Two Athenian Strategoi Wesley E. Thompson 36 1

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Thera on I.G., II2, 43 John E. Coleman and Donald W. Bradeen 36 1

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 36 1

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Philosophers and Procurators, Relatives of the Aemilius Juncus of Vita Commodi 4, 11 James H. Oliver 36 1

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Excavations at Corinth, the Gymnasium Area, 1965 James Wiseman 36 1

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Corinth: Temple E Northwest, Preliminary Report, 1965 J. K. Anderson 36 1

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Bibliography of Carl William Blegen Carl William Blegen 35 4 Download
Epigraphical Index 35 4

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A Frankish Estate near the Bay of Navarino Peter Topping 35 4

history

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The East Wing of the Palace of Mycenae George E. Mylonas 35 4

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Some Suggestions on Directions and a Modest Proposal William A. McDonald 35 4

survey

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Jn Formulas and Groups Mabel Lang 35 4

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The Use of Tin on Mycenaean Vases Sara A. Immerwahr and Marie Farnsworth 35 4

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Honors to a Librarian Alison Frantz 35 4 Download
Excavations in Keos, 1964-1965 John L. Caskey 35 4

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The Cyclopean Wall on the Isthmus of Corinth and its Bearing on Late Bronze Age Chronology Oscar Broneer 35 4

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Notes on Fifth-Century Inventories Bert Hodge Hill 35 4

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Inscriptions from Nemea Donald W. Bradeen 35 4

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The Berlin Painter at Corinth Cedric G. Boulter 35 4

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Some Local Differences in the Linear B Script Emmett L. Bennett Jr. 35 4

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Some Attic Inscriptions Eugene Vanderpool 35 3

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Comedia: An Actress of Comedy G. M. Sifakis 35 3

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas: VII The Early First Century B.C., B. The Mask Cistern; VIII The Late First Century B.C. Dorothy Burr Thompson 35 3

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Greek Inscriptions A. E. Raubitschek 35 3

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The Bouleutic List of 304/3 B.C. John S. Traill and S. Dow 35 3

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Bibliography of William Bell Dinsmoor William Bell Dinsmoor 35 2 Download
Notes on the Development of the Greek Frieze Brunilde S. Ridgway 35 2

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The Annex to the Stoa of Zeus in the Athenian Agora Homer A. Thompson 35 2

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The Pheidian Zeus at Olympia Gisela M. A. Richter 35 2

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Early Boeotian Potters Isabelle K. Raubitschek and A. E. Raubitschek 35 2

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Lollia Paulina, Memmius Regulus and Caligula James H. Oliver 35 2

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An Imitation of the Antique in Architectural Mouldings Lucy Shoe Meritt 35 2

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The Top of the First Tribute Stele Benjamin D. Meritt 35 2

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The Composition of the Amazonomachy on the Shield of Athena Parthenos Evelyn B. Harrison 35 2

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A Monument to the Battle of Marathon Eugene Vanderpool 35 2

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Exploration of the Southeast Stoa in the Athenian Agora R. Ross Holloway 35 1

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Mycenean Tomb beneath the Middle Stoa Emily Vermeule and John Travlos 35 1

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Activity in the Athenian Agora 1960-1965 Homer A. Thompson 35 1

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Fragments by the Kleophrades Painter fron the Athenian Agora Ann H. Ashmead 35 1

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, VII The Early First Century B.C. Dorothy Burr Thompson 35 1

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Epigraphical Index 34 4

epigraphical index

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Agora I 1528 Wesley E. Thompson 34 4

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The Hekatompedon Inventories, 414/3-411/0 Wesley E. Thompson 34 4

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The Statue of the Damaskenos at the American School at Athens Sterling Dow and Cornelius C. Vermeule III 34 4

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An Ephebic Text of ca. 43/2 B.C.: I.G. II2, 1040 and 1025 O. W. Reinmuth 34 4

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Teamed Together in Death James H. Oliver 34 3

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A Macedonian Boundary Inscription of A.D. 114 Pierre A. MacKay 34 3

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The Abacus and the Calendar, II Mabel Lang 34 3

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Frankish Petty Currency from the Areopagus at Athens D. M. Metcalf 34 3

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The Chruch of St. Dionysios the Areopagite and the Palace of the Archbishop of Athens in the 16th Century John Travlos, Edward W. Bodnar, and Alison Frantz 34 3

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Prosopographical Notes on Athenian Treasurers Wesley E. Thompson 34 2

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Gaming Tables and I.G., I2, 324 W. Kendrick Pritchett 34 2

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The Egyptian Gods in Attica: Some Epigraphical Evidence J. J. Pollitt 34 2

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Samothrace: Preliminary Report on the Campaigns of 1962-1964 James R. McCredie 34 2

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 34 2

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A Pebble Mosaic in Peiraeus M. Katherine Donaldson 34 2

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Lenaion R. E. Wycherly 34 1

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas: V The Mid-Second Century B.C.; VI Late Second Century B.C. to 86 B.C. Dorothy Burr Thompson 34 1

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Two New Fragments of I.G. I2, 233 Wesley E. Thompson 34 1

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A New Fragment of a Treasure Record from the North Slope of the Acropolis Wesley E. Thompson 34 1

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The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth Preliminary Report I: 1961-1962 Ronald S. Stroud 34 1

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Epigraphical Index 33 4

epigraphical index

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Mystic Orpheus: Another Note on the Three-Figure Reliefs M. Owen Lee 33 4

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Fragments of Auloi found in the Athenian Agora J. G. Landels 33 4

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The Sixth Century Laws from Eretria Eugene Vanderpool and W. P. Wallace 33 4

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Priam’s Troy and the Date of its Fall George E. Mylonas 33 4

military history

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Derkylos of Hagnous and the Date of I.G., II2, 1187 Fordyce W. Mitchel 33 4

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An Epigraphical Note Benjamin D. Meritt 33 3

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Investigations in Keos, 1963 John L. Caskey 33 3

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Middle Helladic Mattpainted Pottery Robert J. Buck 33 3

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The End of Winter in Thucydides Benjamin D. Meritt 33 2

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 33 2

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The Abacus and the Calendar Mabel Lang 33 2

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Investigations at Kenchreai, 1963 Robert L. Scranton and Edwin S. Ramage 33 2

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Akritan Ikonography on Byzantine Pottery James A. Notopoulos 33 2

pottery, iconography, literary studies

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Five Grave Groups from the Corinthia Patricia Lawrence 33 2

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A Pronaos Inventory Wesley E. Thompson 33 1

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More Inscriptions from the Phokikon Eugene Vanderpool 33 1

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A Pair of Graffiti J. D. Beazley 33 1

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Hesperides and Heroes: A Note on the Three-Figure Reliefs Evelyn B. Harrison 33 1

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Koroni: The Date of the Camp and the Pottery Eugene Vanderpool, J. R. McCredie, and Arthur Steinberg 33 1

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Iamblichos at Athens A. E. Raubitschek 33 1

inscriptions, history, literature

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Athenian Casualty Lists Donald W. Bradeen 33 1

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Chronology of the Late Fourth Century Benjamin D. Meritt 33 1

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Epigraphical Index 32 4

epigraphical index

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The Year of Neaichmos (320/19 B.C.) Benjamin D. Meritt 32 4

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Kallikrates Ione Mylonas Shear 32 4

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Toward a Study of Athenian Voting Procedure Alan L. Boegehold 32 4

law, courts, history

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The Preambles of Athenian Decrees Containing Lists of Symproedroi Sterling Dow 32 4

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Notes on the Amphoras from the Koroni Peninsula Virginia R. Grace 32 3

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The Athenian Archon Thisbianus James H. Oliver 32 3 Download
Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, The Second Century B.C. Dorothy Burr Thompson 32 3

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Ivory Ornaments of Hellenistic Couches Dorothy Kent Hill 32 3

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Thee Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, Part III: The Late Third Century B.C. Dorothy Burr Thompson 32 3

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A Trans-Isthmian Fortification Wall: Notes on Hellenistic Military Operations in the Corinthia James R. Wiseman 32 3

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Early Christian Inscriptions of Crete Anastasius C. Bandy 32 3

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The Phokikon Edward French and Eugene Vanderpool 32 2

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Gennadeion Notes, II, Incunabula in the Gennadius Library Francis R. Walton 32 2

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The Fifth-Century Archon List Donald W. Bradeen 32 2

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Financial Documents from the Athenian Agora A. M. Woodward 32 2

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A Fragment of an Inscribed Bronze Stele from Athens Ronald S. Stroud 32 2

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Graves in Lenormant Street, Athens Cedric G. Boulter 32 2

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Koroni: The Hellenistic Pottery G. Roger Edwards 32 1

pottery

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The Sculptures of the Hephaisteion, III and IV Charles H. Morgan 32 1

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A Clay Model of an Ephebe Dorothy Burr Thompson 32 1

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Domitian’s Freedman Antiochus James H. Oliver 32 1

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The Altars of Hadrian in Athens and Hadrian’s Panhellenic Program Anna S. Benjamin 32 1

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 32 1

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Excavations at Isthmia, 1959-1961 - Addenda et Corrigenda Oscar Broneer 31 4

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Epigraphical Index 31 4

epigraphical index

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Note on the Text of the Decree of Themistokles Benjamin D. Meritt 31 4

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Gennadeion Notes, I Francis R. Walton 31 4

literary studies

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Some Attic Inscriptions Eugene Vanderpool 31 4

inscriptions

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An Unpublished Inscription from Lakonia Eugene N. Lane 31 4

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Marcus Porcius Cato Edward W. Bodnar 31 4

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Kiveri and Thermisi Wallace E. McLeod 31 4

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Boeotian Pottery from the Athenian Agora A. D. Ure 31 4

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Herakles and Theseus on a Red-Figured Louterion Brian B. Shefton 31 4

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The Oriental Origin of Siren Cauldron Attachments Oscar White Muscarella 31 4

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A Revised Text of the Decree of Themistokles from Troizen Michael H. Jameson 31 3

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The Luvian Invasions of Greece George E. Mylonas 31 3

history, inscriptions, pottery, graffiti

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Excavations in Keos, 1960-1961 John L. Caskey 31 3

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, II C. The Satyr Cistern Dorothy B. Thompson 31 3

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Demokratia A. E. Raubitschek 31 3

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A Syrian from Sounion George M. A. Hanfmann 31 3

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The Sculptures of the Hephaisteion, II The Friezes Charles H. Morgan 31 3

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The Sculptures of the Hephaisteion, I Charles H. Morgan 31 2

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Excavations at Prehistoric Elateia, 1959 Saul S. Weinberg 31 2

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The Slavonic Threat to Greece Circa 580: Some Evidence from Athens D. M. Metcalf 31 2

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Excavations at Corinth, 1960 Henry S. Robinson 31 2

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A New Oinochoe Series from the Acropolis North Slope Richard Green 31 1

pottery, vase painting

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The Colossus of Porto Raphti in Attica Cornelius C. Vermeule 31 1

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Koroni: A Ptolemaic Camp on the East Coast of Attica Eugene Vanderpool, J. R. McCredie, and Arthur Steinberg 31 1

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Excavations at Isthmia, 1959-1961 Oscar Broneer 31 1

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Epigraphical Index 30 4

epigraphical index

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New Fragments of Sacred Gerusia 24 (I.G., II2, 1108) James H. Oliver 30 4

inscriptions, religion

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The Origin and Purposes of Ostracism Donald Kagan 30 4

osctracism

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Hellenistic Glass Vessels from the Athenian Agora Gladys Davidson Weinberg 30 4

glass

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Protoattic Well Groups from the Athenian Agora Eva Brann 30 4

pottery, small finds, furniture, amphoras, terracotta figurines, well deposit

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A Geometric Grave Group from Thorikos in Attica William A. McDonald 30 3

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Fragment of a Sacred Calendar and other Inscriptions from the Attic Deme of Teithras J. J. Pollitt 30 3

inscriptions, calendric studies, religion, deme

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 30 3

inscriptions

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Rhamnountine Fantasies William Bell Dinsmoor 30 2

architecture

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The Protogeometric Cemetery at Nea Ionia, 1949 Evelyn Lord Smithson 30 2

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Late Geometric Well Groups from the Athenian Agora Eva Brann 30 2

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The Chabrias Monument in the Athenian Agora Anne Pippin Burnett and Colin N. Edmonson 30 1

inscriptions, history

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The Walls Inscribed with Nikomakhos’ Law Code Sterling Dow 30 1

inscriptions, architecture, law

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The First Half of a Bouleutai List of the Fourth Century B.C. S. Charitonides 30 1

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Five New Fragments of the Attic Stelai W. Kendrick Pritchett 30 1

inscriptions, stelai

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Ephebic Texts from Athens O. W. Reinmuth 30 1

inscriptions

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Concerning the Parthenos Gorham P. Stevens 30 1

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vol 28, 1959, p. 322—Addenda et Corrigenda 29 4

inscriptions

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Addenda et Corrigenda. Greek Inscriptions Vol. 16, 1947, 163, no. 61 29 4

inscriptions

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Addenda et Corrigenda. Greek Inscriptions. Vol. 11, 1942, 295, no. 58 29 4

inscriptions

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Epigraphical Index 29 4

epigraphical index

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Late Geometric Grave Groups from the Athenian Agora Eva Brann 29 4

excavation, funerary studies, small finds, pottery, terracotta figurines, glass

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Aritstotle’s Athenaion Politeia 65,2: The “Official Token” Alan Boegehold 29 4

literary studies, inscriptions, history

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New Sculpture from the Athenian Agora, 1959 Evelyn B. Harrison 29 4

sculpture

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1959 Homer A. Thompson 29 4

excavation, architecture, pottery, inscriptions, terracotta figurines

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On Edict III from Cyrene James H. Oliver 29 3

inscriptions

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Boudoron, An Athenian Fort on Salamis Wallace E. McLeod 29 3

history, architecture, topography

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A Greek Sculptured Metope in Rome William B. Dinsmoor 29 3

sculpture, architecture

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The Early Helladic Period in the Argolid John L. Caskey 29 3

pottery, history

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Greek Dramatic Monuments from the Athenian Agora and Pnyx T. B. L. Webster 29 3

pottery, sculpture, terracotta figurines, literature, theater

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Excavations at Corinth, 1959 Henry S. Robinson and Saul S. Weinberg 29 3

excavation, pottery, architecture, small finds, lithics, terracotta figurines, obsidian, numismatics, metals

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A Decree of Themistokles from Troizen Michael H. Jameson 29 2

inscriptions, decrees

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Homer, Hesiod and the Achaean Heritage of Oral Poetry James A. Notopoulos 29 2

literary studies

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Objects from a Well at Isthmia John L. Caskey 29 2

pottery, figurines, well deposit

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The Earliest Settlements at Eutresis, Supplementary Excavations, 1958 John L. and Elizabeth G. Caskey 29 2

settlement patterns, topography

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Two Boeotian Dedications James R. McCredie and Arthur Steinberg 29 2

inscriptions, religion

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A Unique Cement from Athens Marie Farnsworth and Ivor Simmons 29 1

materials science, technology

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The Glass from Tarrha Thomas S. Buechner 29 1

glass, small finds

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Excavations at Tarrha, 1959 Gladys Davidson Weinberg 29 1

excavation, topography, survey

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Notes on Inscriptions from Hermione and Hydra George A. Stamires 29 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions A. G. Woodhead 29 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 29 1

inscriptions

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Epigraphical Index 28 4

epigraphical index

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Neolithic Figurines from Thespiai George F. Bass 28 4

lithics, figurines, small finds

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Excavations at Isthmia, Fourth Campaign, 1957-1958 Oscar Broneer 28 4

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, sculpture

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Roads at the Northwest Corner of the Athenian Agora Eugene Vanderpool 28 4

topography, excavation, survey

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Greek Inscriptions A. G. Woodhead 28 4

inscriptions, decrees

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Spirally Fluted Columns in Greece J. L. Benson 28 4

architecture, lithics

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Seventh Century Sherds from the Olympieion Area Eva Brann 28 3

pottery, vase painting

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Athens and Troizen David M. Lewis 28 3

inscriptions

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Law on the Lesser Panathenaia David M. Lewis 28 3

inscriptions, religion

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Attic Manumissions David M. Lewis 28 3

inscriptions

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Activities at Lerna, 1958-1959 John L. Caskey 28 3

excavation, small finds

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Decrees from the Precinct of Asklepios at Athens Rolf O. Hubbe 28 3

inscriptions, decrees

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Translation of the Rubric EK TOM ME RHETHI De Coursey Fales Jr. 28 2

inscriptions, calendric studies

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A Graffito from Amyklai Colin N. Edmonson 28 2

inscriptions, graffiti

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A Bronze Pail of Athena Alalkomenia Karl Lehmann 28 2

metalwork, reliefs

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, II B. The Altar Well Dorothy B. Thompson 28 2

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An Ephebic Dedication from Rhamnous Wallace E. McLeod 28 2

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Inscriptions of Hermione, Hydra and Kasos Michael H. Jameson 28 2

inscriptions

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1958 Homer A. Thompson 28 1

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, sculpture

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Athens Honors the Emperor Tiberius Eugene Vanderpool 28 1

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Arae Augusti Anna Benjamin and Antony E. Raubitschek 28 1

inscriptions, altars, sculpture

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The Temple of Ares at Athens: A Review of the Evidence Marian Holland McAllister 28 1

architecture, temple, sanctuary

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Epigraphical Index 27 4

epigraphical index

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Light-Wells in Classical Greek Houses? J. Walter Graham 27 4

domestic architecture

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An Egypto-Roman Sculptural Type and Mass Production of Bronze Statuettes Dorothy K. Hill 27 4

sculpture, metalwork, figurines, iconography

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THERMAUSTIS, etc. George A. Stamires 27 4

inscriptions

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The Attic Stelai, Part III. Vases and Other Containers D. A. Amyx and W. Kendrick Pritchett 27 4

inscriptions, pottery, stelai

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The Attic Stelai, Part III. Vases and Other Containers D. A. Amyx 27 3

inscriptions, pottery,stelai

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In the Crypt under the North Portico of the Erechtheum Leicester B. Holland and Marian H. McAllister 27 3

architecture, temple, sanctuary

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1957 Homer A. Thompson 27 2

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds, sculpture

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Excavations at Lerna, 1957 John L. Caskey 27 2

excavation, architecture, pottery, small finds

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Inscriptions of Karpathos Michael H. Jameson 27 2

inscriptions, military history,

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Early Helladic Clay Sealings from the House of the Tiles at Lerna Martha C. Heath 27 2

terracottas, stamps, domestic architecture

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A New Logos Inscription David M. Robinson 27 1

inscriptions

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The Recovery of Helen Paul A. Clement 27 1

literary studies

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Areopagites James H. Oliver 27 1

inscriptions, prosopography

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Excavations at Isthmia, Third Campaign, 1955-1956 Oscar Broneer 27 1

excavation, sanctuary

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How the Parthenos was Made Gorham P. Stevens 26 4

sculpture, technology

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Panathenaics of Hellenistic and Roman Times G. Roger Edwards 26 4

pottery, amphoras

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Terracotta Sculpture at Corinth Saul S. Weinberg 26 4

sculpture, terracottas, iconography

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Herodotos and the Abacus Mabel Lang 26 3

literary studies

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Greek Inscriptions B. D. Meritt, A. G. Woodhead, and G. A. Stamires 26 3

inscriptions

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Athenian Resources in 449 and 431 B.C. H. T. Wade-Gery and B. D. Meritt 26 3 Download
Excavations at Lerna, 1956 John L. Caskey 26 2

excavation

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The Legal Arguments in Aischines’ Against Ktesiphon and Demosthenes’ On the Crown William E. Gwatkin Jr. 26 2

literary studies, courts, law

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, II Dorothy Burr Thompson 26 2

terracottas, figurines

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1956 Homer A. Thompson 26 2

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt, M. L. Lethen, and G.A. Stamires 26 1

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More Fragments of Mining Leases from the Athenian Agora Margaret Crosby 26 1

mining, inscriptions

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An Athenian Casualty List Benjamin D. Meritt 25 4

inscriptions, military history

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A Well of the “Corinthian” Period Found in Corinth Eva Brann 25 4

excavation, well deposit, architecture

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The North Slope Krater, New Fragments Oscar Broneer 25 4

pottery, vase painting, iconography, black figure

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The Arab Mosque in Athens George C. Miles 25 4

architecture, inscriptions, mosque, cult

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The Attic Stelai, Part II W. Kendrick Pritchett 25 3

inscriptions, political history, stelai

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A Neolithic Figurine from Lerna John L. Caskey and Mary Eliot 25 3

figurines, terracottas

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Excavations at Lerna, 1955 John L. Caskey 25 2

excavation

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Studies in South Attica, Country Estates at Sounion John H. Young 25 2

topography, settlement patterns

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Treasure Records from the Athenian Agora A. M. Woodward 25 2

inscriptions

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The Geledakis Painter D. A. Amyx 25 1

pottery, vase painting, amphora, iconography

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Notes on a Fragment of an Archaic Inscription from Dreros William A. McDonald 25 1

inscriptions

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1955 Homer A. Thompson 25 1

excavation, topography

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Archaic Gravestones from the Athenian Agora Evelyn B. Harrison 25 1

sculpture, funerary studies, stelai

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Numerical Notation on Greek Vases Mabel Lang 25 1

pottery, vase painting, graffiti, weights and measures

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Epigraphical index 24 4

epigraphical index

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Minutes of an Act of the Roman Senate James H Oliver and Robert E. A. Palmer 24 4

inscriptions, manuscripts, latin

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Hydria-Fragments in Corinth J. D. Beazley 24 4

pottery, vase painting, red figure

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Fragments of an Early Attic Kouros from the Athenian Agora Evelyn B. Harrison 24 4

sculpture

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Menon, Son of Menekleides A. E. Raubitschek 24 4

ostracism, political history, prosopography

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Dated Jars of Early Imperial Times Mabel Lang 24 4

pottery

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Remarks upon the Colossal Chryselephantine Statue of Athena in the Parthenon Gorham Phillips Stevens 24 3

sculpture, metalwork, iconography, cult

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The Ephebic Inscription, Athenian Agora I 286 O. W. Reinmuth 24 3

inscriptions

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A Mycenaean Chamber Tomb under the Temple of Ares Emily D. Townsend 24 3

funeral studies, tomb

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Palmette Stamps from an Attic Black-Glaze Workshop Peter E. Corbett 24 3

pottery, stamps

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A New Fragment of Akropolis 683 Evelyn B. Harrison 24 3

sculpture, iconography

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Footnotes to Pheidias and Olympia Charles H. Morgan 24 2

sculpture, iconography, architecture

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A Prize Aryballos Mary C. and Carl A. Roebuck 24 2

pottery, vase painting, black figure, iconography

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Excavations at Corinth: 1954 Mary Campbell Roebuck 24 2

excavation

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Prehistoric Pottery from the Isthmia Esther A. Smith 24 2

pottery

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Excavations at Isthmia, 1954 Oscar Broneer 24 2

excavation, sanctuary

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A Note on the Samothracian Language G. Bonfante 24 2

inscriptions, graffiti

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Documents of the Samothracian Language Karl Lehmann 24 2

inscriptions, graffiti

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The Date of the Pergamene Astynomic Law James H. Oliver 24 1

inscriptions, decrees

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A New Parthenon Fragment from the Athenian Agora Frank Brommer and Evelyn B. Harrison 24 1

sculpture, architecture, iconography

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Five Comic Scenes from Athens Margaret Crosby 24 1

pottery, iconography, theater

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Some Chairias Cups in the Athenian Agora Lucy Talcott 24 1

pottery, vase painting, iconography, red figure, graffiti

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Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1954 Homer A. Thompson 24 1

excavation, restoration

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Excavations at Lerna, 1954 John L. Caskey 24 1

excavation, funerary studies, settlement patterns

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Geryon and Others in Los Angeles Paul A. Clement 24 1

pottery, vase painting, iconography, black figure

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Epigraphical Index 23 4

epigraphical index

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Olynthiaka, 5-6 J. Walter Graham 23 4

excavation, domestic architecture

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The New Homer Antony E. Raubitschek 23 4

inscriptions, epigram, sculpture

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The Archonship of Pytharatos (271/0 B.C.) William B. Dinsmoor 23 4

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 23 4

inscriptions

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Indirect Tradition in Thucydides Benjamin D. Meritt 23 3

literary studies

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Lintel with the Painted Lioness Gorham P. Stevens 23 3

architecture, iconography, painting

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The Roman Governor’s Permission for a Decree of the Polis James H. Oliver 23 2

inscriptions, decrees

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An Early Tholos Tomb in Western Messenia Carl W. Blegen 23 2

excavation, tomb, funeral studies

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A Miscellany of Engraved Stones Campbell Bonner 23 2

inscriptions, magic

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Corinthian Relief Ware: Pre-Hellenistic Period Saul S. Weinberg 23 2

pottery, reliefs

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, I, B and C Dorothy B. Thompson 23 1

terracottas, figurines

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Philinos Antony E. Raubitschek 23 1

ostracism, political history, proposography

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1953 Homer A. Thompson 23 1

excavation

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Excavations at Lerna, 1952-1953 John L. Caskey 23 1

excavation

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Epigraphical Index 22 4

epigraphical index

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Olynthiaka J. Walter Graham 22 3

excavation, architecture, altars, domestic architecture

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Isthmia Excavations, 1952 Oscar Broneer 22 3

excavation, sanctuary

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Inscriptions from Athens Markellos Mitsos and Eugene Vanderpool 22 3

inscriptions

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New Evidence for the Location of the Attic Deme Kopros Eugene Vanderpool 22 3

inscriptions, deme

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A Magical Inscription from Pisidian Antioch David M. Robinson 22 3

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Inscriptions of the Peloponnesos Michael Jameson 22 3

inscriptions

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An Akroterion from the Temple of Ares in the Athenian Agora Patricia Neils Boulter 22 3

sculpture, iconography, temple, cult

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Investigations at Corinth, 1953—A Tavern of Aphrodite Charles H. Morgan 22 3

excavation, cult

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The Entrance to the Areopagus Benjamin D. Meritt 22 2

architecture

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The Eponyms Named On Rhodian Amphora Stamps Virgina R. Grace 22 2

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Pottery of the Mid-Fifth Century from a Well in the Athenian Agora Cedric Boulter 22 2

pottery, well deposit

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Notes on Inscriptions from Phlius G. A. Stamires 22 1

inscriptions

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1952 Homer A. Thompson 22 1

excavation

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Samothrace: Sixth Preliminary Report Karl Lehmann 22 1

excavation, sanctuary

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Epigraphical Index 21 4

epigraphical index

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The Eleusinian Endowment James H. Oliver 21 4

inscriptions, sanctuary

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 21 4

inscriptions

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Pheidias and Olympia Charles H. Morgan 21 4

sculpture, iconography

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Two Athenian Grave Groups of about 900 B. C. Carl W. Blegen 21 4

excavation, funerary studies

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A Fragment of an Archaic Vessel with Stamped Decoration Shirley Hersom 21 3

pottery

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Observations sur les Monuments de l’Heraion d’Argos Pierre Amandry 21 3

architecture, sanctuary, cult

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Investigations at the Heraion of Argos, 1949 John L. Caskey and Pierre Amandry 21 3

excavation, sanctuary, cult

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Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas Dorothy Burr Thompson 21 2

terracotas, figurines

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Kleophon Eugene Vanderpool 21 2

graffiti, ostracism, political history, prosopography

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora, 1951 Homer A. Thompson 21 2

excavation

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The Altar of Pity in the Athenian Agora Homer A. Thompson 21 1

altars, cult, architecture, sanctuary, religion

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La Main Droite de la Victoire de Samothrace Jean Charbonneaux 21 1

sculpture, iconography

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The Attic Stelai, Part I W. Kendrick Pritchett 22 4

inscriptions, stelai

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KATAPUGON, KATAPUGAINA Marjorie J. Milne and Dietrich von Bothmer 22 4

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A Terracotta Tetrapod Dedication at Corinth Robert E. Carter 22 4

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Neolithic Sherds from Thespiai John L. Caskey 20 4

pottery

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A Ptolemaic Bronze Hoard from Corinth Margaret Thompson 20 4

coinage

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On the Athenian Decrees for Ulpius Eubiotus James H. Oliver 20 4

inscriptions

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Athenian Citizenship of Roman Emperors James H. Oliver 20 4

inscriptions

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Amulets Chiefly in the British Museum Campbell Bonner 20 4

religion

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Investigations at Corinth, 1950 Oscar Broneer 20 3

excavation

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An Industrial District of Ancient Athens Rodney S. Young 20 3

technology

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Sepulturae Intra Urbem Rodney S. Young 20 2

funeral studies

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Epigraphical Notes James Notopoulos 20 2

inscriptions

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A Black-Figured Kylix from the Athenian Agora Eugene Vanderpool 20 2

pottery, vase painting, black figure

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1950 Homer A. Thompson 20 1

excavation

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A Contribution to the Vergil-Menander Controversy Rhys Carpenter 20 1

sculpture , iconography, portraiture

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New Evidence on the Attic Panhellenion James H. Oliver 20 1

cult, sanctuary

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Samothrace: Fourth Preliminary Report Karl Lehmann 20 1

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Inscriptions from Attica, Addendum Markellos T. Mitsos and Eugene Vanderpool 19 4

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Kallixenos the Alkmenoid George A. Stamires and Eugene Vanderpool 19 4

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Terracotta Altars from Corinth Oscar Broneer 19 4

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Greek Mouldings of Kos and Rhodes Lucy T. Shoe 19 4

architecture

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1949 Homer A. Thompson 19 4

excavation

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Epigraphical Index 19 3

epigraphical index

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The Leases of the Laureion Mines Margaret Crosby 19 3

mining, technology

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A Tile Standard in the Agora of Ancient Athens Gorham P. Stevens 19 3

terracottas

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Grilles of the Hephaisteion Gorham P. Stevens 19 3

architecture, temple

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Some Remarks upon the Interior of the Hephaisteion Gorham P. Stevens 19 3

architecture, temple

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The Odeion in the Athenian Agora Homer A. Thompson 19 2

architecture

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Inscription from Attica M. T. Mitsos and Eugene Vanderpool 19 1

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A New Mortgage Inscription from Ikaria David M. Robinson 19 1

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Note on a Samothracian Inscription Glanville Downey 19 1

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Samothrace: Third Preliminary Report Karl Lehmann 19 1

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Attic Pottery of the Later Fifth Century from the Athenian Agora Peter E. Corbett 18 4

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An Early Geometric Grave near the Athenian Agora Rodney S. Young 18 4

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A Doorsill from the Library of Pantainos Gorham Phillips Stevens 18 3

architecture

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The Pedimental Sculpture of the Hephaisteion Homer A. Thompson 18 3

sculpture, architecture, iconography

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Excavations in the Athenian Agora: 1948 Homer A. Thompson 18 3

excavation

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Euripides Scenes in Byzantine Art Kurt Weitzmann 18 2

iconography, theater

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Investigations at Corinth, 1947-1948 Saul S. Weinberg 18 1

excavation, small finds, pottery

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The Topography of Eleusis John Travlos 18 1

sanctuary, topography

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The Route of Pausanias in the Athenian Agora Eugene Vanderpool 18 1

travellers

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ISTHMIA PHREATON: Terracotta Well-Heads from the Athenian Agora Mabel Lang 18 1

pottery, wells

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An Athenian Fruit Measure Margaret Crosby 18 1

inscriptions

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LEON EPI LEONIDEI Peter E. Corbett 18 1

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Phaidros and His Roman Pupils A. E. Raubitschek 18 1

inscriptions, school

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The Tomb of Olympias Charles Edson 18 1

tombs, funerary studies, excavation

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I.G., I2, 95, and the Ostracism of Hyperbolus A. G. Woodhead 18 1

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Inscriptions of the Eastern Peloponnesus Markellos T. Mitsos 18 1

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Un Reglement Cultuel d’Andros Georges Daux 18 1

cult, sanctuary, religion

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Studies in the Chronology of Athens under the Empire James A. Notopoulos 18 1

chronology, history

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The Temple Estates of Delos, Rheneia, and Mykonos John Harvey Kent 17 4

cult, temples, sanctuaries

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A Cross-Section of Corinthian Antiquities (Excavations of 1940) Saul S. Weinberg 17 3

pottery, small finds

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The Excavation of the Athenian Agora, Twelfth Season: 1947 Homer A. Thompson 17 3

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Rhodian Jars in Florida Virginia Grace 17 2

pottery, amphoras

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Three New Inscriptions from the Deme of Ikaria David M. Robinson 17 2

inscriptions

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A New Heracles Relief David M. Robinson 17 2

sculpture, iconography, cult

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Demetrius Poliorcetes and the Hellenic League W. S. Ferguson 17 2

inscriptions, political history

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The Boustrophedon Sacral Inscriptions from the Agora L. H. Jeffery 17 2

inscriptions

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Greek Sculpture and Some Festival Coins Charles Seltman 17 2

sculpture, coinage, cult

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Epigraphical Index 17 1

epigraphical index

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 17 1

inscriptions, decrees

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Two Attic Epigrams Benjamin D. Meritt 16 4

inscriptions, epigrams

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The Decrees of Kallias H. T. Wade-Gery and Benjamin D. Meritt 16 4

inscriptions

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Numismatic Comments F. M. [Fritz] Heichelheim 16 4

coinage

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Two Unpublished Inscriptions from the South Temple Area of Karanis Verne B. Schuman 16 4

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Inscriptions from Athens Markellos T. Mitsos 16 4

inscriptions

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Thermika and Panaitolika Markellos T. Mitsos 16 4

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Bacchic Erotes at Tarentum Dorothy Kent Hill 16 4

iconography, pottery, vase painting

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Investigations at Corinth, 1946-1947 Oscar Broneer 16 4

excavation

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Epigraphical Index: Names of Men and Women 16 3

epigraphical index

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The Intercalary Year 157/6 B.C. John H. Kent 16 3

inscriptions, calendrical studies

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The Corinthian Altar Painter Oscar Broneer 16 3

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The Excavation of the Athenian Agora, 1940-1946 Homer A. Thompson 16 3

excavation

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Greek Inscriptions W. Kendrick Pritchett 16 3

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 16 3

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The Demes of Eretria William Wallace 16 2

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The Master of Animals Jacqueline Chittenden 16 2

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Greek Inscriptions Markellos T. Mitsos 16 2

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Three Attic Proxeny Decrees C. P. Loughran and A. E. Raubitschek 16 2

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Notes on South-Slope Inscriptions Winifred R. Merkel 16 2

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Inscriptions on the South Slope of the Acropolis Mitchell and Ethel Levensohn 16 2 Download
The Persians at Delphi Benjamin D. Meritt 16 2

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L’Archonte Athenien Diocles Georges Daux 16 2

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Epigraphical Index of Names 16 1

epigraphical index

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Early Christian Epitaphs from Athens John S. Creaghan SJ, and A. E. Raubitschek 16 1

inscription, funeral studies

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The Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft Eugene Vanderpool 15 4

funerary studies

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Epigraphical Index 15 3

epigraphical index

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 15 3

inscriptions, funeral studies

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Epigraphical Index to Agora Inscriptions: Names of Men 15 2

epigraphical index

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Greek Inscriptions Kendrick Pritchett 15 2

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Some Black-figured Pottery from the Athenian Agora Eugene Vanderpool 15 2

pottery, vase painting, iconography, black figure

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An Inscription from Mycenae Marcellus T. Mitsos 15 2

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The Pedestal of the Athena Promachos A. E. Raubitschek and Gorham P. Stevens 15 2

sculpture, iconography, statues

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Architectural Studies Concerning the Acropolis of Athens Gorham P. Stevens 15 2

architecture

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STEPHANO, Title of a Priestess P. Maas 15 1

cult, inscriptions, religion

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Material on the Cult of Sarapis Dorothy Kent Hill 15 1

cult, religion

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Harpokrates (Zeus Kasios) of Pelusium Campbell Bonner 15 1

cult, sanctuary, statue, religion

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Ring Aryballoi P. N. Ure 15 1

pottery, vase painting

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Some Boeotian Palmette Cups A. D. Ure 15 1

pottery, vase painting

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The Northeast Corner of the Parthenon Gorham P. Stevens 15 1

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Two Notes on Athenian Epigrams Antony E. Raubitschek 14 4

inscriptions, epigrams

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Notes on the Interior of the Hephaisteion William B. Dinsmoor 14 4

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Skeletal Material from Attica J. Lawrence Angel 14 4

population studies

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A Roman Poet Visits a Museum Karl Lehmann 14 3

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Notes on the Interior of the Hephaisteion Oscar Broneer 14 3

architecture, temple, sanctuary

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The Economic Policy of Solon J. G. Milne 14 3

economy

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The Question of Tribute in 449/8 B.C. H. T. Wade-Gery 14 3

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Some Athenian Epigrams from the Persian Wars F. Jacoby 14 3

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Epigraphical Index: Names of Men and Women 14 2

epigraphical index

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Ancient Greek Pigments from the Agora Earle R. Caley 14 2

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Two Inscriptions Near Athens Eugene Vanderpool 14 2 Download
The Argives at Tanagra Benjamin D. Meritt 14 2

monument, inscriptions

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Attic Inscriptions of the Fifth Century Benjamin D. Meritt 14 2

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King Antiochus in 151/0 B.C. Alfred R. Bellinger 14 1

coinage

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A Greek Folksong Copied for Lord Byron C. M. Dawson and A. E. Raubitschek 14 1

early travelers

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Early Hellenic Pottery of Crete Doro Levi 14 1

pottery

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Numismatic Comments F. M. [Fritz] Heichelheim 13 4

coinage

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Hera, the Sphinx? Dorothy Kent Hill 13 4

cult, sculpture

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Note on I.G., I2, 945 A. E. Raubitschek 13 4

inscriptions, epigram, early travellers

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The Philinna Papyrus and the Gold Tablet from the Vigna Codini Campbell Bonner 13 4

inscriptions

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Two Temples of Commodus at Corinth Robert Scranton 13 4

architecture, temple

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Aion Doro Levi 13 4

excavation, architecture, mosaics

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Epigraphical Index: Names of Men and Women 13 3 Download
Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 13 3

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The Golden Nikai Reconsidered Dorothy Burr Thompson 13 3

sculpture, metalwork, iconography

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Colophon Leicester B. Holland 13 2

settlement patterns

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More about Ancient Metal Reliefs Dorothy Kent Hill 13 1

metalwork

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The Comnenian Portraits in the Barberini Psalter Ernest DeWald 13 1

iconography, portraits

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The Foot of Sarapis Sterling Dow and Frieda S. Upson 13 1

sculpture, cult, religion

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Groups of Early Attic Black-Figure J. D. Beazley 13 1

pottery, iconography, vase painting, black figure

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EPENIKTOS Paul Maas 13 1

inscriptions, small finds

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An Obscure Inscription on a Gold Tablet Campbell Bonner 13 1

inscriptions, small finds

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Inscriptions from Beroea J. M. R. Cormack 13 1

inscriptions, stelai

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A Fragment of a Proxeny Decree from Ios Robert Schlaifer 13 1

inscriptions

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Greek Horoi and a New Attic Mortgage Inscription David M. Robinson 13 1

inscriptions

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An Early Athenian Decree Concerning Tribute B. H. Hill and B. D. Meritt 13 1

inscriptions, decrees

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Stoas and City Walls on the Pnyx Homer A. Thompson and Robert L. Scranton 12 4

stoa, fortifications

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Klepsydra and the Paved Court of the Pythion Arthur W. Parsons 12 3

cult, sanctuary, monument, court

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The Christian Basilica Near the Cenchrean Gate at Corinth Joseph M. Shelley 12 2

cult, architecture

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Demetrios of Phaleron and His Lawgiving Sterling Dow and Albert H. Travis 12 2

inscriptions

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The Curve of the North Stylobate of the Parthenon Gorham P. Stevens 12 2

architecture, temple, Parthenon, technology

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Cyriacus of Ancona, Aristotle, and Teiresias in Samothrace Karl Lehmann-Hartleben 12 2

early travelers

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Ancient Metal Reliefs Dorothy Kent Hill 12 2

metalwork

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Epigraphical Index: Names of Men and Women 12 1

epigraphical index

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PRAXIKLEES SOPHORTOU, Councillor of Erechteheis in 367/6 B.C. J. D. Beazley 12 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions A. E. Raubitschek 12 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions: A New Fragment of the List of Victors at the City Dionysia Edward Capps 12 1

inscriptions

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Terracottas from the Necropolis of Halae Hetty Goldman and Frances Jones 11 4

terracottas

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The Sills of the Grilles of the Pronaos and Opisthodomus of the Parthenon Gorham P. Stevens 11 4

architecture

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A Black-Figured Lekythos at Oberlin Nathan Dane II 11 4

iconography, vase painting, black figure

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Five Dedicatory Inscriptions from the North Wall of the Acropolis H. R. Immerwahr 11 4

inscriptions

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An Archaic Inscribed Stele from Marathon Eugene Vanderpool 11 4

stelai, inscriptions

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Misanthropoi or Philanthropoi Edward Capps 11 4

inscriptions

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Epigraphical Index: Names of Men and Women 11 3

epigraphical index

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Note on a Circular Monument in the Corinthian Agora William Bell Dinsmoor 11 3

architecture, monument

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Notes on Attic Prosopography A. E. Raubitschek 11 3

inscriptions, prosopography

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 11 3 Download
The Thesmophorion in Athens Oscar Broneer 11 3

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Greek Inscriptions W. Kendrick Pritchett 11 3

inscriptions

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Coins for the Eleusinia Margaret Thompson 11 3

coinage

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The Aigaleos-Parnes Wall Sterling Dow 11 2

architecture, fortifications

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Roman Relief Bowls from Corinth Doreen Canaday Spitzer 11 2

pottery

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Hero Cults in the Corinthian Agora Oscar Broneer 11 2

cult, religion

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A Hellenistic Deposit at Corinth Gladys R. Davidson 11 2

excavation, pottery

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Epigraphical Index 11 1

epigraphical index

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Greek Inscriptions James H. Oliver 11 1

inscriptions

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Turkish Pottery from the Agora Alison Frantz 11 1

pottery

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A Note on Epigraphic Methodology W. Kendrick Pritchett and B. D. Meritt 10 4

inscriptions

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Colonia Laus Julia Corinthiensis Oscar Broneer 10 4

settlement patterns

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The Hero on a Sandal G. W. Elderkin 10 4

cult, lithics, sanctuary, religion

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The Akanthos Column at Delphi G. W. Elderkin 10 4

architecture, sculpture

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Correction of an Inscription from Phlius Robert L. Scranton 10 4

inscriptions

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Documents Concerning the Emperor Hadrian James H. Oliver 10 4

inscriptions

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A Family of Sculptors from Tyre Sterling Dow 10 4

sculpture, monument, inscriptions

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A Garrison Inscription from Rhamnous John H. Kent 10 4

inscriptions

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Two Third-Century Inscriptions Eugene Schweigert 10 4

inscriptions

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Notes on Attic Decrees Benjamin D. Meritt 10 4

inscriptions

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The Heroes of Phyle A. E. Raubitschek 10 3

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions W. Kendrick Pritchett 10 3

inscriptions

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Greek and Latin Inscriptions James H. Oliver 10 3

inscriptions, Latin

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Some Athenian “Cleruchy” Money Margaret Thompson 10 3

coinage

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St. Spyridon: The Earlier Frescoes M. Alison Frantz 10 3

iconography, painting

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Studies in South Attica: The Salaminioi at Porthmos John Howard Young 10 2

inscriptions

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Coins Found at Corinth Josephine M. Harris 10 2

coinage

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ANTIPEX, A Note on the Ion of Euripides Rodney S. Young 10 2

literature

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The Natural and the Artificial Grotto G. W. Elderkin 10 2

excavation, monument, spring

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The Cults of the Erechtheion G. W. Elderkin 10 2

cultural process, religion, cult

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Blockhouses in the Argolid (with “Notes on the Excavation,” by M. Alison Frantz and Carl Roebuck) Louis E. Lord 10 2

architecture

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Greek Inscriptions James H. Oliver 10 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 10 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions Sterling Dow 10 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions (with “Addendum: A Topographical Note,” by John Young) Margaret Crosby 10 1

inscriptions

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Akritas and the Dragons M. Alison Frantz 10 1

pottery, iconography

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The Campaign of 1940 T. Leslie Shear 10 1

excavation

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The Acropolis of Halae Hetty Goldman 9 4

excavation

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Some Unpublished Bronze Money of the Early Eighth Century Margaret Thompson 9 3

coinage

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Greek Inscriptions Eugene Schweigert 9 3

inscriptions

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The Campaign of 1939 T. Leslie Shear 9 3

excavation

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Pottery from the North Slope of the Acropolis, 1937-1938 Carl Roebuck 9 2

pottery

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Greek Inscriptions W. Kendrick Pritchett 9 1

inscriptions

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 9 1

inscriptions

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The Temple of Ares at Athens William Bell Dinsmoor 9 1

architecture, cult

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A Mycenaean Fountain on the Athenian Acropolis Oscar Broneer 8 4

architecture, prehistory, Mycenaean

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Mater Caelaturae: Impressions from Ancient Metalwork Dorothy Burr Thompson 8 3

metalwork, iconography, metalwork

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An Athenian Clepsydra Suzanne Young 8 3

pottery, courts

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Kourimos Parthenos Lucy Talcott 8 3

vase painting, pottery, theater

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An Alabastron by the Amasis Painter Eugene Vanderpool 8 3

pottery, iconography, vase painting, black figure

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The Campaign of 1938 T. Leslie Shear 8 3

excavation

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A Note on the Thessalian Cult of Enodia Paul A. Clement 8 2

cult, religion

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On the Date of the Temple of Apollo at Corinth Saul S. Weinberg 8 2

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Decree in Honor of Euthydemos of Eleusis John C. Threpsiades 8 2

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Epigraphical Notes Eugene Schweigert 8 2

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An Inscribed Doric Capital from the Argive Heraion Lloyd W. Daly 8 2

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Leagros A. E. Raubitschek 8 2

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A Hoard of Greek Federal Silver Margaret Thompson 8 2

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The Sarcophagus of Sidamara G. W. Elderkin 8 2

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The Head of Herakles in the Pediment of the Old Athena Temple Oscar Broneer 8 2

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Greek Inscriptions (14-27) Benjamin D. Meritt 8 1

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Greek Inscriptions (1-13) Eugene Schweigert 8 1

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Epigraphic Notes Eugene Schweigert 7 4

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A Sanctuary of Zeus and Athena Phratrios Newly Found in Athens N. Kyparisses and Homer A. Thompson 7 4

sanctuary, cult, architecture

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A Well of the Black-figured Period at Corinth Mary Thorne Campbell 7 4

well deposit, pottery

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Pergamene Influence at Corinth Edward Capps Jr. 7 4

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The Pottery from the Pyramids Robert L. Scranton 7 4

pottery

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The “Pyramids” of Argolis Louis E. Lord 7 4

architecture, fotrtress

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A Corrected Inscription Margaret Crosby 7 3

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Metrical Inscriptions Malcolm McLaren Jr. 7 3

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Middle Byzantine Pottery in Athens M. Alison Frantz 7 3

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Pottery from a Seventh Century Well Rodney S. Young 7 3

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The Rectangular Rock-cut Shaft Eugene Vanderpool 7 3

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The Campaign of 1937 T. Leslie Shear 7 3

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Inscriptions from the North Slope of the Acropolis Eugene Schweigert 7 2

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Excavations on the North Slope of the Acropolis, 1937 Oscar Broneer 7 2

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 7 1

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Additional Note on the Identification of the Property of the Salaminians at Sounion Homer A. Thompson 7 1

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The Salaminioi of Heptaphylai and Sounion William S. Ferguson 7 1

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The Prehistoric Pottery on the North Slope of the Acropolis, 1937 Hazel D. Hansen 6 4

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Samikon Harold L. Bisbee 6 4

fortifications, military history

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Remains from Prehistoric Corinth Saul S. Weinberg 6 4

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A Calyx-Krater by Exekias Oscar Broneer 6 4

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Greek Inscriptions Margaret Crosby 6 3

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The Kneeling Boy Eugene Vanderpool 6 3

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The Garden of Hephaistos Dorothy Burr Thompson 6 3

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Two Curse Inscriptions G. W. Elderkin 6 3

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The Campaign of 1936 T. Leslie Shear 6 3

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Inscriptions in the Epigraphical Museum Eugene Schweigert 6 2

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A Well of the Late Fifth Century at Corinth M. Z. Pease 6 2

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Report on the Coins found in the Excavations at Corinth during the Years 1930-1935 Katharine M. Edwards 6 2

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The Avar Invasion of Corinth, with a Supplementary Note by Tibor Horvath G. R. Davidson 6 2

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Buildings on the West Side of the Agora Homer A. Thompson 6 1

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The Periclean Entrance Court of the Acropolis of Athens Gorham Phillips Stevens 5 4

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 5 3

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Vases and Kalos-names from an Agora Well Lucy Talcott 5 3

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Athenian Imperial Coinage Josephine P. Shear 5 3

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An Eretrian Proxeny Decree of the Early Fifth Century William Wallace 5 2

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The Cave on the East Slope of the Acropolis Oscar Broneer and M. Pease 5 2

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Inscriptions from Phlius Robert L. Scranton 5 2

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The Monument with the Marathon Epigrams James H. Oliver 5 2

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Fauvel’s First Trip through Greece C. G. Lowe 5 2

early travelers

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The Seventh Metonic Cycle Benjamin D. Meritt 5 2

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Pnyx and Thesmophorion Homer A. Thompson 5 2

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Analytical Table of Coins Josephine P. Shear 5 1

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The Sarapion Monument and the Paean of Sophocles James H. Oliver 5 1

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A Roman Water-Mill in the Athenian Agora Arthur W. Parsons 5 1

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A Stand Signed by Euthymides Lucy Talcott 5 1

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Panathenaic Amphorae from the Hellenistic Period Sterling Dow 5 1

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The Campaign of 1935 T. Leslie Shear 5 1

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Greek Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 4 4

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Attic Black-Glazed Stamped Ware and Other Pottery from a Fifth Century Well Lucy Talcott 4 3

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Tholos and Prytanikon Eugene Vanderpool 4 3

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Late Byzantine Paintings in the Agora Alison Frantz 4 3

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A Black-Figured Deinos Rodney S. Young 4 3

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The Die Used for Amphora Stamps Virginia Grace 4 3

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The Sculpture Found in 1933 T. Leslie Shear 4 3

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The Campaign of 1934 T. Leslie Shear 4 3

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The Campaign of 1933 T. Leslie Shear 4 3

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Demetrius Poliorcetes and the Athenian Calendar William Bell Dinsmoor 4 2

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The Pottery from the North Slope of the Acropolis Mary Zelia Pease 4 2

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The Terracotta Figurines from the North Slope of the Acropolis Charles H. Morgan II 4 2

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Excavations on the North Slope of the Acropolis in Athens, 1933-1934 Oscar Broneer 4 2

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Greek Inscriptions James H. Oliver and Sterling Dow 4 1

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Two Centuries of Hellenistic Pottery Homer A. Thompson 3 4

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Stamped Amphora Handles Found in 1931-1932 Virginia Grace 3 3

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The ________ in Late Attic Inscriptions James H. Oliver 3 2

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The Lists of Athenian Archontes Sterling Dow 3 2

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Preliminary Report on the Medieval Pottery from Corinth: I. The Prototype of the Archaic Italian Majolica Frederick O. Waage 3 2

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The Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 3 1

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A Geometric House and a Proto-Attic Votive Deposit Dorothy Burr 2 4

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The Sculpture T. Leslie Shear 2 4

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Selected Greek Inscriptions James H. Oliver 2 4

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A Gnostic Amulet G. W. Elderkin 2 4

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The Campaign of 1932 T. Leslie Shear 2 4

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The Decree of the Athenian Garrisons Honoring Theophrastos, I.G. 2 II 1303 William Scott Ferguson and Sterling Dow 2 3

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The List of Archontes, I.G.2 II 1706 Sterling Dow 2 3

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Excavations on the North Slope of the Acropolis in Athens, 1931-1932 Oscar Broneer 2 3

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The Roman and Byzantine Pottery Frederick O. Waage 2 2

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The Coins of Athens Josephine P. Shear 2 2

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Two Attic Kylikes Lucy Talcott 2 2

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Terracotta Lamps Homer A. Thompson 2 2

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The Terracotta Figurines Dorothy Burr 2 2

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The Sculpture T. Leslie Shear 2 2

sculpture, iconography

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The Inscriptions Benjamin D. Meritt 2 2

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Architectural Studies Richard Stillwell 2 2

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The Progress of the First Campaign of Excavation in 1931 T. Leslie Shear 2 2

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Foreword [to the First Report on the American Excavations in the Athenian Agora] Edward Capps 2 2

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The Lost Statues of the East Pediment of the Parthenon Rhys Carpenter 2 1

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The Pnyx in Athens K. Kourouniotes and H. A. Thompson 1 1

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A Box of Antiquities from Corinth Lucy T. Shoe 1 1

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Eros and Aphrodite on the North Slope of the Acropolis Oscar Broneer 1 1

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New Material for the West Pediment of the Parthenon Rhys Carpenter 1 1

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Greek Epigraphical Index John Traill 66 4

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