Agora Deposit: R 21:2
Title:   Cistern at 37/ΛΒ
Category:   Cistern
Description:   Cistern on the lower Acropolis slopes, west of Panathenaic Way; dumped filling of 1st century B.C.
Bottom diameter 3.90m. Cistern with connecting draw-shaft and a dead end tunnel dates from Late Hellenistic times. Most of the fill in it however was of early Roman period.
Four stamped amphora handles. Types 48 D and 51 b lamps indicate cistern remained open until end of 2nd c.
Contents:   Coins
1 June 1939 #17-#18
2 June 1939 #1-#3
5 June 1939 #1-#4
7 June 1939 #1-#14
8 June 1939 #6-#7
9 June 1939 #13-#18
10 June 1939 #1-#6
12 June 1939 #1-#3
14 June 1939 #9-#14
16 June 1939 #2-#4
17 June 1939 #1-#3
19 June 1939 #2-#4
20 June 1939 #1-4
Bibliography:   Agora IV, p. 244.
    Agora XXI, p. 100.
    Agora XXII, p. 106.
    Agora XXIX, p. 471.
    Agora XXXIII, p. 375.
Chronology:   1st century B.C.
Section:   ΒΒ
Grid:   ΒΒ:37/ΛΒ
Elevation:   -4.05m.
Masl:   -4.05m.
References:   Publications (5)
Publication Pages (16)
Objects (15)
Coin: N 5257
Coin: N 5285
Notebook: ΒΔ-6
Notebook Page: ΒΔ-6-44 (pp. 1072-1073)