[Agora Deposit] Q 13-14:1: Cistern at 21/ΙΗ

Cistern at 21/ΙΗ Period of use fill dated to ca. 375-350 B.C., Upper fill dated to mostly first half of 6th c. B.C. in Agora XXX ... Ca. 375-350

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[Agora Image] 2012.56.0492 (82-477)

Drawign of demi-glazed and plain pottery ... AMS Horizontal (normal)

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[Agora Image] 2012.55.0431 (80-342)

Kados (left) and amphora (centre, right) ... AMS Horizontal (normal)

[Agora Deposit] G 14:2: Well

Tiled well, three fills noted: lower fill of earth and stones with a few fragments only of coarse pottery (none inventoried, containers 66-71); middle filling a heavy deposit primarily of table ware, apparently ... 4th-2nd c. B.C. 100-70 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 14:2.2: Middle fill

Coins: 16 April 1932 #1 ... First quarter 4th. c.-2nd c. B.C.

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[Agora Image] 2012.55.1448 (81-636)

Wine jars ... AMS Horizontal (normal)

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[Agora Deposit] F 19:4: Well

This filling is the largest deposit of its time found in the Agora. It may be compared with H 6:5 and with N 7:3. Dug in soft bedrock to a depth of 11.40m; footholds cut on opposite sides of the shaft ... Ca. 490-450 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] N 7:3: Skytha Well

Well at 45/Θ (Skytha Well) near the north side of the market square. No period of use was distinguished, since it was impossible to clear the well to the bottom. The considerable quantity of dumped filling ... ca. 460-440 B.C.