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In the Annex no mass of construction filling was dug that could be associated with the walls; the tiny scraps of pottery found in scattered spots have been mentioned above. These showed that the heavy north wall was built about the middle of the fifth century and so was contemporary with the building proper. The presence of earlier walls with the same orientation as the Annex and the awkward relation between Annex and building proper suggest that the building proper may have been fitted around or adjusted to a pre-existing building, which however was rebuilt at the same fill were found time, that is about the middle of the century.
Its east end was covered by a pebble mosaic floor of the fourth century. 12 m. higher. 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.
65, pls. 13 and 14. Our marble bottle, dating probably from the first half of the fourth century, will, if related at all, be a very late descendant. 64 Inv. P 20853. H. 075 m. Diam. est. 205 m. Egg pattern on the down-turned rim; the edge of the rim reserved, the underside of the lid glazed black; much of the glaze outside fired red; white for the Eros. The following note was provided by Miss Lucy Talcott. A late example of Schefold's Type B (Karl Schefold, Untersuchungen zu den Kertscher Vasen, Berlin 63 182 RODNEY S.