By Rodney S. Young
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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. YOUNG 174 in the west wing, wider and heavier than those to the north and south, is of squared blocks of limestone and hard granular poros chinked with small stones. 70 m. wide. 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.
Marble chips and dust covered the whole area, in most cases resting directly on the floors of the Annex. The lowest layers of chips seem to date from about the end of the fifth century. The marble workers thus moved into the Annex at about the same time as they did into the northern rooms of the building. LATER HISTORY OF THE BUILDING After the building had been damaged at the end of the fifth century, marble workers moved into the northwest room of the main building where they were established in the first quarter of the fourth century.
168 RODNEY S. YOUNG Kolonos and been the main thoroughfare from southwestern Athens to the region of the Dipylon and the Sacred Gate, an intersection with Piraeus Street giving westward access to the Piraeus Gate. Since passage from north to south through the Agora by way of Areopagus Street and the Street of the Marble Workers was closed to wheeled vehicles by flights of steps in both, the only way open to carts and wagons entering Athens by the Dipylon and headed for the southwestern part of the town must have been by a street which passed outside the market square and behind the Hephaisteion at the west.