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The subject of the paper is the analysis of three doublefaced cornices excavated in the main courtyard of the 'Hellenistic' House. The decorated blocks constitute a very rare example of architectural embellishment, the more so that they come from a circular structure. The aim of the paper is to present possible types of buildings the cornices originally might have been parts of.doi:10.12797/saac.22.2018.22.03 fatcat:n3shbkqvtrgftll4nnkralukxu