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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] B 13:5: Well

Dumped filling in the upper part of a well, to a depth of 6.65m. (the excavation could not be completed and the use filling was not reached). Homogeneous fill dumped from nearby. Coins: 1 June 1936 #1 ... Ca. 425-400 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] Q 12:3: Stoa Gutter Well

Well below Stoa Gutter opposite Pier 1. Heavy dumped filling remarkable among Agora well-deposits both for the high quality and the good conditions of pottery of all sorts. It represents the stock of a ... Ca. 520-490 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] U 25:2: Well 6 in ΟΑ

Well 6: archaic. Diameter 1.20m Well on the northwest slope of the Acropolis, below the Klepsydra. There are three fills, all thrown into the unfinished well at the same time (end of 6th- beginning of ... Last quarter of 6th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] D 15:1: Well

Well at 115/ΣΤ (all the 5th c. fills of 116/ΣΤ). The lower part of the shaft contained a heavy deposit of pottery and other objects of the late archaic period, both coarse and finer wares; probably a post-Persian ... Ca. 500-480 B.C.-Roman

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[Agora Deposit] H 12:15: Well

Well A, early 5th c. B.C. Near the Agora Boundary Stone, northwest corner of Middle Stoa; diameter at top 0.92m, widening to 1.15m and more below. Shaft neatly faced with stones to a depth of 0.70m below ... Ca. 520-480 B.C.

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[Agora Image] 2012.01.0075

Miniature one-handled cup ... Angelique Sideris ... Horizontal (normal) ... 30 May 2012

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[Agora Image] 2012.01.0076

Miniature one-handled cup ... Angelique Sideris ... Horizontal (normal) ... 30 May 2012