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Of the interior walls, the wall separating the two northern rooms (lying slightly west of the east wall of the paved court of the Augustan house) is contemporarywith the north wall. Part was later rebuilt, but the foundations and a small block of the first course clearly bond with the north wall. The line of this wall, parallel to the east wall of the Annex, can be traced to a point nine meters further south where some stones of a fourth century or Hellenistic rebuilding rest on heavier limestone blocks, presumablypart of the original wall.

One well of the Protogeometric period, two of the Geometric and two of the Archaic beneath the southwestern part of the building and scraps of walls of the sixth or early fifth century at the northeast are probably to be assigned to private houses. A heavy polygonal limestone wall, partially exposed just north of the building at the south edge of Piraeus Street, clearly is not a house wall (P1. 62b, c). It has finished faces four meters apart and apparently it continues northeast into the street area under firm road metal.

1) left the Street of the Marble Workers part-way up the lolwerslope of the Hill of the Nymphs, running toward the south. It passed just to the east of the unfinished Mycenaean chamber tomb, its line marked by a tile drain, and skirted the lower slope toward the south. Parts of the retaining wall along its west side, patched and repaired in Roman times, seem to go back to the fifth or fourth century before Christ; and the bedrock where it was exposed along the line of the alley is worn smooth by foot traffic.

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