[Agora Deposit] A 17:1: Well on Lower Slope of Hill of the Nymphs

A well on the lower slope of the Hill of the Nymphs, (diam. 1.20m -water level -7m), to 7.90m. The scanty use filling at the bottom contained water jars and pitchers as well as the inventoried objects; ... Second quarter of 6th. c. B.C.


[Agora Deposit] A 17:2: Well in Industrial Area of Areopagus

A well in the industrial area of the Areopagus, about 7.00m. west of the West Bath, to a depth of 14.60m. This well was the direct successor to A 17:1, replacing it when it collapsed. The use filling at ... Second quarter 6th. c.

[Agora Deposit] B 18:7: Well

Fillings in a stone-curbed well in the industrial area west of the Areopagus. Diameter (shaft)1.45m. Water level -5.20m. Drain at mouth 0.58m., increasing to a regular 74m. Coin: 24 July 1947 #5 Subdivisions: ... 350-325 B.C./3rd c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] B 18:10: Well

A well in the industrial area west of the Areopagus, in part beneath one corner of the northwest room of the West Bath. A waterless shaft (diameter 1.05m) refilled with dug bedrock containing no pottery ... Early 6th. c.


[Agora Deposit] B 19:5: Pyre in House N, Room 2, Layer 5

Pyre in House N, room 2, layer 5 (RSY=Pyre 8). Near northern corner of room 6. Artifacts, bone, burnt logs, and cinders in square pit dug from level of layer 5, through layers 5 and 6; thin clay floor ... 325-300 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] B 19:11: Hyperbolos Well

Well (diameter shaft 0.95m) with POU and dumped fillings, separated by about 2.00m. of plain mud apparently fallen from the collapsed sides of the well. The fillings are, however, closely contemporary ... Ca. 425-400 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] C 18:14: Great Drain Sand fill

Great Drain sand fill under Roman bath including small area at north end under tiles that was excavated separately. See also A-B 19-20:1 for additional Great Drain sand fill at ca. 70-113/* Subdivisions: ... 30 July-11 August 1947

[Agora Deposit] C 19:10: Well

Well (diameter 0.98m) in House H, Room 13. Two dumped fills apparently of the same date, but separated by a clay deposit of over 2.00m. Cf. Hesperia 20 (1951), p. 253. (noted) Subdivisions: .1=Upper ... Ca. 425-400 B.C.