Atkinson, Thomas [Mitarb.]
Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos — London, 1904

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THE ARCHITECTURE.

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This space (18) was found to be filled with hard material and the back of
the new wall c had been left rough ; it is therefore probable tbat it was
intended at the time the alteration was made, that the part cut off should be
so filled in. The object of the change is notvery clear. When the space 18
was excavated, there appeared to be the remainsof a drain (J>) running partly
through the room and partly under its north wall. This drain would be a
continuation ofthat running down street 11 in J 3.

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Fig. 48.—Plan of Uktauhed Housk of Pebiod III.

The Paiace.—The last building which requires special notice is tlie
Palace (H 1: 5 ; J 2:1, 3, &c., Figs. 49, 50). This building is sitnated, not in
the centre of the town, but considerably nearer to the eastern boundary
than to the western. NeitheL- is it on the highest land, being about half-
way down the slope. It Stands on the north side of an open space about 14
nietres Square, its entrance facing due south. It consists of a Megaron or Hall
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