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In its second period it had passed out of use by the end of the fourth century. Later walls now occupy the line of the cross wall between the two southern rooms. 10 m. below floor level. Hellenistic and Roman deposit rested on these stones and the line of this wall was followed by a late house wall. The original north wall of the western wing is preserved at either end under later walls and in plundered wall trenches (P1. 61a). 57 A gutter or open drain runs the full length of the corridor parallel to its east wall (P1.

No single well in the vicinity has as yet been found which can be associated with the Poros Building at the time of its construction, or at any time during the second half of the fifth century. Attractive, therefore, though the description of our building as an apartment house may at first appear, the difficulties in the way of this identification seem considerable, and we must turn to the possible uses of both structures as public buildings. "8 Topographically this is very appealing. Most of the dikastic courts met in or near the Agora.

Between the next two rooms the lower part of a similar wall is visible at the bottom of a plundered wall trench and below a conglomerateblock of a later wall. Between the two northern rooms of the west wing the two ends of the original wall have survived. 10 m. 40 m. 25 m. above the floor, possibly a door jamb (P1. 60b, 61b). The floor, however, did not carry across the line of the wall, so a solid wall between these two rooms is not precluded. The cross-wall between the third and fourth rooms (numbered from the south) RODNEY S.

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