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[Agora Deposit] G 6:3: Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft

A cave-in not long after the digging of this shaft destroyed its possible usefulness as a well and thereafter it was used as a dump. Two principle periods of such use were noted, and within these several ... Ca. 575-480 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 6:3.2: Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft Lower fill

Containers Lot Α 306-Lot Α 340. Estimated Grid ... Ca. 575-535 B.C.

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[Agora Image] 1997.03.0104 (3-64)

Photograph to show location of the Rectangular Rock Cut Shaft (Deposit G 6:3) behind the Stoa of Zeus (originally identified as Royal Stoa). The mouth is hidden by a wooden cover ... west Horizontal (normal) ... 14 Mar 1933

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[Agora Object] BI 67: Bone Stylus

Complete; slightly curved. The shaft toward the eraser end, rectangular in section. Toward the writing end, round. Rectangular rockcut shaft (no. 312). Leica, XXIV-47 ... August-September 1932

[Agora Object] BI 68: Bone Stylus Fragment

The "eraser" end preserved. Rectangular rockcut shaft (no. 376). Leica, XXIV-47 ... August-September 1932

[Agora Object] BI 69: Bone Stylus

Unbroken. The "eraser" end tapers to a thin edge. Rectangular rockcut shaft (no. 418). Leica, XXIV-47 ... August-September 1932

[Agora Object] BI 70: Bone Stylus

Preserved complete. The shaft round in section except close to the eraser end, where it is rectangular. Rectangular rockcut shaft (no. 419). Leica, XXIV-47 ... August-September 1932