BSY_FB_06_p010

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Many of the houses have ample colonnades
whose rectangular monolithic pillars
show considerate variety in their sculptured
caps. There are rows of six or eight [?] in
which no two caps are exactly similar in design.
Most of the upper colonnades are panelled,
some have seats on the inside. One row of
houses of a somewhat [?] class, built of large
well squared bricks have the interesting feature
of a small brick [?] over the doorway with steps
[?] leading up against the walls of the house.
These are perfectly plain and of massive
construction. Only the upper and lower
steps are preserved but it is easy to see
just how the flight of steps ascended.

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