Agora Deposit: V 24:1
Title:   Mycenaean Well in OA
Category:   Well
Description:   Well 15: Mycenaean. It was situated about 35 meters down the slope northwest of the exit of the Mycenaean Fountain.
Well circular or roughly oval in section.
Diameter max. width to -4.0: ca. 1.50, below -4.0:ca. 0.90.
Water level ca. -2.50. The bottom of the shaft was rough, blocked by a ledge of rock too hard to cut, which still bears in two places the marks of a pointed tool with which it was tested. About 0.30m below, a late Roman pit which cut into the north side sherds occurred in fair quantity and the fill seemed to be pure.
Unstratified fill. Seems to constitute a dump fill from neighboring houses of the Mycenaean III B period, and is somewhat earlier than the major part of the dump fill of the Fountain.
Bibliography:   Hesperia 83 (2014), pp. 216, 201, table 2.
    Agora XIII, pp. 255-259, 275, pls. 62-63, 77.
Chronology:   Late Mycenaean
Date:   28 March 1939 - 3 April 1939
Section:   ΟΑ
Elevation:   -6.2m.
References:   Publication: Agora XIII
Publication: Hesperia 83 (2014)
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