[Agora Deposit] M 20:3: Well

Well at 69/ΟΒ (Late 5th c.) Lower fill dated to 420-400 B.C. in Agora XXX. There were no use filling and the well was apparently not a success as a water-supply: there was no concentration of water-jars ... 420-400 B.C.

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[Agora Image] 2000.02.0300 (Slide Sheet: 19:11 Slide Set: 02:19)

Left to right: pyxis with red figure lid (P 23897), red figure pyxis lid (P 23899), unglazed pyxis and lid (P 23910), black glaze pyxis lid (P 23869) ... Horizontal (normal) ... 1 Jun 2000

[Agora Deposit] Q 15:2: Well to the North of Nymphaeum

Well to N of Nymphaeum at 115/ΙΣΤ. A good water supply but no evidence for a period of use. Exceptionally heavy dumped filling, including much fine tableware, many wine- jar fragments and other objects ... Ca. 420-400 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] B 19:7: Pit in House N Room 2

Pit in House N, Room 2 (RSY, House C). Filling thrown in behind the west wall of the Great Drain South at the time of the building of the drain and the extension of House C. Cf. Hesperia 20 (1951), pp ... Ca. 430-410 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1285

Three fragments preserve parts of bowl and corner of one leg. Lid missing. Open bowl with flat-topped rim thickened outside wheref it is finely ridged. On the wall, traces of attachment for feet. The ... 6th c. B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1286

Concave body on four small feet. Body glazed inside and out, except for reserved rim and two reserved lines outside, one round the middle of the wall, one, grooved, near the lower edge. Reserved: feet ... Ca. 525 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1287

About a third preserved, lid missing. Tripod foot, vertical wall with two mouldings at bottom edge, a fillet above the foot. Glazed inside and on inward- sloping rim, large moulding on wall, fillet above ... 550-525 B.C.

[Agora Object] Agora XII, no. 1288

About a third. Lid missing. Full profile, save for edge of lip. Tripod foot, concave wall. Inset flange for lid. Glazed inside, on outside of flange and horizontal top of wall, a band round the middle ... 550-525 B.C.