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The Epopteia and the Function of the Hieron by Karl Lehmann
The History of the Hieron
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akroterion Altar Court Anaktoron ancient appear apse base blocks bowl broken brown building cella central clay completely containing corner cult diameter of foot diameter of lip dish documents door earlier early Eleusis epopteia evidence examples exterior and interior fact figure fired floor foundation Fourth century B.C. Fragment preserving fragmentary front glaze Guide half-palmette hall Hellenistic Hesperia Hieron initiation inner late later Local ware lower marble Museum mysteries orange original outer palmette partially pedimental period petals Preserved height Preserved length preserving portions probably pronaos rear reference remains repairs replaced restored diameter rites Roman Samothrace Samothracian Sanctuary sculptures seems seen Semi-fine sherds side similar stalk stones suggested surface tendrils third tion traces upper vessel View wall ware weathered