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[Agora Publication] Pottery of the Roman Period: Chronology

Robinson, H. S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... A group of closed deposits, ranging in date from the 1st century B.C. to the early 7th century A.D., provide evidence for the relative and absolute chronology of pottery used during many centuries of Roman ... 1959

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[Agora Notebook] Φ-5

Finds/Coins ... 801 995 ... 1935

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[Agora Notebook Page] Φ-5-43 (pp. 875-876)

Mortar Fragment. Well. Bead. Frying Pan Fragment. Bone Counter ... Φ-5 875, 876 P 11652 G 162 P 11653 P 8478 BI 428 M 17:1.1 P 11652 G 162 P 11653 BI 428 ... 15 April 1937

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[Agora Notebook Page] Φ-5-54 (pp. 897-898)

Terracottas. Sculpture. Bronze. Bone and Ivory. Iron and Lead. Glass ... Φ-5 897, 898 T 1447 T 1448 T 1596 T 1597 T 1598 S 863 S 903 S 904 B 422 B 435 B 436 B 510 BI 362 BI 369 BI 370 BI 371 BI 426 BI 427 BI 428 BI 678 IL 562 IL 637 IL 563 IL 638 IL 570 IL 571 IL 572 IL 634 ...

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[Agora Deposit] M 17:1: Well

Use filling of middle of 1st to late 6th c. (Roman Group M); dumped filling of 9th and 10th c. Down to a depth of about 21.00m. the fill of the well contained very few objects, the latest of them being ... 1st-6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M 17:1.1: Well

Containers 106-107. Coins: 16 April 1937 #1-#7 (Dump) ... Mid-1st c. A.D.

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[Agora Image] 2012.53.1074 (LIX-79)

Fragments of glass, a quartz crystal and of a marble dish ... AMS Horizontal (normal)