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ST 450. 083 m. It was made in two pieces, then joined with marble cement of which traces are visible in the photograph. The top of the neck is broken off, but the surface is fairly smooth and the bottle may have been reused in this condition. 006 m. The bottle is of creamy white crystalline marble with smooth soft finish outside, tool marks inside. 005 m. Black-figured Attic vases of similar shape, though larger, are known, Jahrbuclh,LXI-LXII, 1946-47, p. 65, pls. 13 and 14. Our marble bottle, dating probably from the first half of the fourth century, will, if related at all, be a very late descendant.
56 In the eastern wing a limestone rubble cross-wall is partially preserved between the second and third rooms. Part of the north face of the original wall at its west end was exposed under a wall of the Augustan period and its eastern end is marked by a slight cutting in bedrock in the east wall trench. It was later rebuilt, apparently with the same blocks, slightly south of its original position. At that time it did not carry down to the original clay floor of the room. In its second period it had passed out of use by the end of the fourth century.
P 19423 and P 19422. Part of a graffito is preserved on two broken non-joining rim fragments which reads AAA. I. Il. For pithoi with similar graffiti, probably representing the price, see Robinson and Graham, Excavations at Olynthus, VIII, pp. 312-316; XII, p. 205, note 65. The numbers at Olynthus range from 53 dr. 4 obols to 31 dr. 1 obol. 02 AN INDUSTRIALDISTRICTOF ANCIENT ATHENS 181 the pithos. The basin seems to be later than the rebuilt north wall, of which only the trench was preserved at the west end.
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