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Ground plan. This plan is one of the earliest accurate depictions of the original Byzantine church. This is a preliminary drawing ( 'working-plan'). The words 'Asomaton' and 'Asomaton Athens' in capital letters are inscribed in the margin. The sketch of an unknown church in pencil survives on the reverse.
Transverse section. This is a preliminary drawing. It is entitled (in pencil): 'Asomaton Athens'.
Clockwise from top left: Hagioi Asomatoi at Theseion (Ground plan, South-east elevation), the Taxiarches church (West elevation, East elevation, Ground plan, Longitudinal section), capital from an unidentified Athenian church. Further annotation in ink survives.
The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Athens: Church of the Holy Angels".