[Agora Deposit] G 16:1: Well

The pottery apparently belongs to a filling of one period, since it exhibited no marked difference in character to the bottom. No where was the deposit very abundant [nbp. 753] ... Ca. 410-390 B.C.

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[Agora Report Page] 2009 Excavations, s. 1

Excavation Summary 2009. Section Γ. Well ... 2009 Excavations I 17:1 C 19:9 G 14:2 G 16:1 ... 8 June-31 July 2009

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 30, s. 397, p. 378

Fill. Well. Pit. Cistern. Pyre. Ostraka ... Agora 30 378 P 19130 P 19692 P 19147 P 19694 P 19148 P 19738 P 19149 P 19739 P 19150 P 19749 P 19151 P 19803 P 19152 P 19827 P 19174 P 19837 P 19175 P 19856 P 19210 P 19880 P 19216 P 19944 P 19217 P 19949 ...

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 107, p. 97

Type 29 B; Lamps with Watch-Shaped Lagynos Profiles; Flat Rims around Filling-Holes. Cistern. Type 30 A; Lamps with Open Bodies; Angular Profiles. Type 29 A; Lamps with Watch-Shaped Lagynos Profiles; Narrow ... Agora 4 97 L 2694 L 611 L 1873 D 11:2 G 16:1 F-G 9-10 ... Early 3rd B.C.

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 4, s. 250, p. 240

Well. Hesperia, Suppl. IV, plan, pl. I and sections, pl. II. Road. Type 17 A; Lamps with Glazed Ridges around Borders of Rims. Type 21 Variants; Curved Rims; Variant Features. Type 25 A; Globular Bodies; ... Agora 4 240 G 14:2 H 12:9 G 15:1 H 5-6 G 15:2 H 6:4 G 16:1 H 6:9 G 18:1 H 7:1 G-H 10-11 H 7:3 H 7:4 G-H 11-12 ... Late 6th B.C.

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[Agora Report] 2009 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2009 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were conducted in four sections: Γ, ΒΘ, ΒΗ and ΒΖ. In Section Γ, the investigation of the Classical buildings south of the Tholos continued with the aim to find out if they were civil, commercial ... 8 Jun-31 Jul 2009

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[Agora Publication] Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958

[Agora Object] L 611: Lamp

Lamp with narrow flat rim projecting beyond top of double convex body. Tip of nozzle broken. No handle. Upper part of body much higher than lower, which is hardly more than a beveled continuation of the ... 16 May 1932