Troja: Results of the Latest Researches and Discoveries on the Site of Homer's Troy, 1882

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
(The figures, as 15 M. &c.,denote the depths at which the Objects were found.)
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No. 140. MAP OF THE TROADFrontispiece
No. 1. Fragment of a lustrous black Bowl, with an incised decoration filled with white chalk (15 M.)31
No. 2. Fragment of a lustrous black Vase, with an incised ornamentation filled with white chalk (15 M.)31
No. 3. The reverse side of No. 2, with two vertical holes for suspension (15 M.)32
No. 4. Small lustrous black Cup (14-15 M.)34
No. 5. Lustrous black wheel-made Jug (14-15 M.)34
Nos. 6, 7. Two lustrous black Cups, with hollow foot and upright handle (14 M.)35
No. 8. Lustrous black Cup, with horizontal flutings, hollow foot, and vertical perforated handle (14 M.)36
No. 9. Lustrous black Vessel, with convex foot, and vertically perforated excrescences on the sides (14 M.)36
No. 10. Axe of Green Jade (14 M.)41
No. 11. Battle-axe of Grey Diorite (14 M.)43
No. 12. Brooch of Copper or Bronze, with a globular head (14 M.)47
No. 13. Brooch of Copper or Bronze, with a spiral head (14 M.)47
No. 14. Huckle-bone (Astragalus) (14 M.)51
No. 15. View of the great Substruction Wall of the Acropolis of the second city on the west side, close to the south-west gate55
No. 16. Section of the Tower G M on the east side of the Acropolis; showing the arrangement of the channels for the artificial baking of the brick wall60
No. 17. Ground Plan of the South-western Gate68
No. 18. Ground Plan of the Southern Gate. NF on Plan VII.71
No. 19. View of the remains of the South-east Gate74
No. 20. External Side of a Wall of Temple A, showing the arrangement of the horizontal channels and of those which go right through the wall77

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