[Agora Deposit] A 14:2: Cistern in ΠΘ

Report on sorting of pottery, August 1951, by H.S. Robinson [nb p.3666]. Cistern discovered and dug to 1.60m., vi/10/36; dug to bottom iv/22/37-v/6/37. Diam. At mouth 0.26m.; neck begins to widen out ... 1st. c. B.C. to post-Herulian


[Agora Deposit] A 18:1: Cistern Between Areopagus and Hill of the Nymphs

Cistern in the valley between the Areopagus and the Hill of the Nymphs. Simple, flask-shaped chamber withdraw-shaft; no tunnels. Mouth cut away in Byzantine times. Coins: 25 April 1947 #1 26 April 1947 ... 25-30 April 1947

[Agora Deposit] B 13:1: Chamber Cistern

Part of cistern system 76/ΝΖ-76/ΝΘ-81/ΝΘ on Kolonos Agoraios with lower dumped filling of 3rd. c. B.C. and upper dumped filling of first half of 1st. c. A.D. Coins: 4 June 1936 #5 5 June 1936 #3 6 June ... 3rd. c. B.C.-1st. c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] B 13:7: Well on South Slope of Kolonos Agoraios

Well on south slope of Kolonos Agoraios. Stratified deposit. Coins: 8 May 1937 #3 14 May 1937 #1 Coins from dump: 27 May 1937 #2-#9 28 May 1937 #3-#11 Subdivisions: .1=16.00-17.00m. .2=17.00-18.00m. .3=18.00-19.00m ... 3rd. c. B.C.-3rd. c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] B 14:2: Well on South Slope of Kolonos Agoraios

Well on south slope of Kolonos Agoraios. Use filling of late 1st. to late 2nd. c. A.D.; dumped filling of 4th. c. A.D. Coins: 24 April 1937 #2 27 April 1937 #6-#12 28 April 1937 #2 29 April 1937 #2 8 May ... 1st.-4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] B 14:3: Cistern on Lower South Slope of Kolonos Agoraios

Cistern on the lower south slope of Kolonos Agoraios; dumped filling, second half of first century after Christ. Coins: 9 June 1937 #3 11 June 1937 #1-#8 ... 50-100 A.D.

[Agora Deposit] B 15:5: Strosis

South House, Room 12, over pebble mosaic floor. Herulian destruction debris in a house. Coins: 29 April 1956 #1-#7 2 May 1956 #1-#3 9 May 1956 #1 26 May 1956 #1-#4 2 June 1956 #1-#4 PD 1350 ... 9 May 1956

[Agora Deposit] B 17:1: Strosis

Herulian Debris in a house on the lower slopes of the Hill of the Nymphs: House P = South House; Room 2 = Dining Room; Room 3 = Kitchen; Room 18; Room 23; Room 24. Coins: 9 August 1947 #1-#37, #47-#49 ... 8-11 August 1947 17-22 March 1948 4 May 1949 26 March 1956 2 April 1956

[Agora Deposit] B 20:1: Well

Roman use fill in lowest 6.70m; Byz upper fill (dump). Notebook lists eight fills; subdivisions based on shelf groupings. Subdivisions: .1=Dumped fills 1-2, Byzantine .2=Fill 3 (baskets 18-37) .3=Fill ... 50-150 A.D. to Early Byz.

[Agora Deposit] B 21:1: Cistern

Cistern in valley west of the Areopagus. Dumped filling of late 1st. to early 2nd. c. and of 5th to 6th century. Coins: 7 June 1939 #12 8 June 1939 #18-#19 9 June 1936 #26 ... 1st.-2nd. c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] C 8:2: Manhole and Gallery

Cistern System #1b: Shaft/manhole and gallery at 18-19/ΞΑ-ΞΓ. Objects divided between the two features, shaft and gallery, according to deposit notebook list, not according to remarks on cards. 22 February ... Late 1st c. B.C.-early 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] C 9:1: Burnt Roman deposit and shaft

A burnt deposit set down into Hellenistic fill in a shaft dug into bedrock. A consistent dumped fill [post AD 150, with Group G, layer III, JWH]. Coins: 27 January 1936 #1-#3 28 January 1936 #1-#7 29 January ... First half of A.D. 2nd c.

[Agora Deposit] C 12:1: Well

(Roman Group J). The upper fill to a depth of ca. 16.00m. was of earth scooped up elsewhere and thrown in ... The latest piece noted from this fill was a TC fragment dated late 4th to 5th(?) c. BC. From ... A.D. 2nd.-3rd. c.

[Agora Deposit] C 14:2: Cistern

According to the excavator " a pre-herulian filling dumped in to fill the cistern some few years after the Herulian destruction". Coins: 10 June 1936 #2-#6 11 June 1936 #1-#19 12 June 1936 #23-#27 P 11936 ... A.D. 267 to mid 3rd c.

[Agora Deposit] C 14:4: Well

Well in the bottom of chamber cistern at 106/ΛΓ, stratified. A soft spot in the bedrock at the west side of the well caved in and was packed with typical coarse Roman first century amphoras; the well was ... A.D. 200-150

[Agora Deposit] C 20:1: Tiled Well in House H

"Oinophorus Well".Tiled well in House H (diameter 0.80m, water level -4.70m). Height of tiles 0.64m Heavy well deposit; lamps,, type XXVII; many basket-handled water jars; oinophoros with labors of Herakles ... Use filling of early 2nd-mid.-3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D 4:1: West chamber

Cistern-chamber on the northwest side of Kolonos Agoraios, 10 to 12m west of the end of the Hellenistic Building. Dimensions at bottom 2.50m x 2.75m. The west chamber of a cistern system composed of two ... Use filling early 1st c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] D 6:1: East Chamber

East Chamber of Cistern System #2. The fill in layers, but probably a destruction fill with layering not significant. Coins: 4 May 1936 #1-#6 5 May 1936 #1-#7 6 May 1936 #2-#6 LRD pottery and gouged ware ... Late 5th-early 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D 6:2: West Chamber

West Chamber of Cistern System #2. This chamber filled earlier than the East Chamber. No stratification but at 3.80m. considerable pottery of the late 5th c. B.C., as in 60/ΛΗ cistern, presumably a portion ... First half of 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D 11:1: Well

Well-shaft abandoned before use because of crumbling of rock. From top to 15.00m. a dumped fill predominantly early Roman but containing material of late 1st c. B.C. to mid-1st c. A.D. A rock filled shaft ... 1st c. B.C. to mid-1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D 12:1: Well

Stratified well with POU first half of 1st c. - mid 3rd c. A.D. and dumped fills of 4th and 5th-6th c. A.D. Finds from upper fills "earth": BI 315, L 2549. Finds from lower fills "earth": BI 302, BI 316, ... 1st to 3rd century and late 3rd to 6th century.

[Agora Deposit] D 15:2: Well

Construction and upper fills. Well at 116/ΣΤ, cut less than one meter from a shallower and older well at 115/ΣΤ [D 15:1]. ... a fall of loose fill occurred from the earlier into the later well ... Filling ... 2nd c. A.D. plus 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D 17:1: Well

Displaced curbing stone had fallen into top of shaft; fill with and around it is presumably second half of 2nd c. A.D. Below tumbled filling at top, shaft was empty to 10.80m. Tiles were missing to ca ... Late 1st-early 2nd c.

[Agora Deposit] E 2:1: Well

It seems possible that the well ... was originally associated with the late Roman reconstruction of the Stoa, being later carried up to serve the Byz. houses. [Nbp. 364] Coins: 6 March 1939 #1-#9 ... Late 4th-early 5th century

[Agora Deposit] E 5:4: Channel F, water deposit

Drain channel system along the line of an ancient north-south road, the channel in part at the surface and in part tunneled and accessible by shafts. Over a considerable part of this channel the hard water ... 2nd-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] E 14:7: Well C

Two periods of use. Outside the SW corner of the market square, to the west of the north-south road; lower use of filling, of 1st to early 2nd c. A.D. Coins: 26 May 1937 #1 [to 8.30m.] 9 June 1937 #2-#4 ... 10 -11 June 1935 20 May-20 June 1937

[Agora Deposit] F 11:1: Well

Well cut through the floor of a cistern. Apparently a dumped fill in an unused well. Coins: 16 March 1934 #15 (illegible) 17 March 1934 #2 19 March 1934 #1-#4 20 March 1934 #1-#3 22 March 1934 #1 23 March ... 1st-early 2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] F 13:2: Well 7

Dump, 4th c. Cut through a cistern which was probably constructed in the 4th c. B.C. Coins: 25 May 1935 #1 (with L 1809) (disintegrated) Subdivisions: .1=Upper fill .2=Transitional fill .3=Middle fill ... Second half 1st c.-end 2nd c.

[Agora Deposit] F 15:5: Well

Actually 1 meter into section Δ, the well lies under a filling of primarily Hellenistic date which had been thrown in as underpinning for the support of a 2nd c. A.D. Roman tile-mosaic floor. POU is 15.80-16.35m ... First half of 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] F 16:2: Well of the Laughing Faun

Nbp. 661: Dug in 1st c. Cleaned out almost to bottom shortly after the middle of the 3rd c. and used for a few years. During Herulian invasion of 267, Laughing Faun broken up and thrown in. Thereafter ... 1st-5th c. A.D., 2nd c. A.D.=POU

[Agora Deposit] F 17:1: North Hypocaust Furnace Dump

Furnace Dump from N. Hypocaust in Bath to East of Poros Building. Coins: 26 March 1948 #4-#8 27 March 1948 #1-#3 29 March 1948 #2-#7 1 April 1948 #2-#3 3 April 1948 #14-#15 7 April 1948 #16-#27 8 April ... Second half 3rd c.-first half 4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] F 19:1: Stratified well

Roman Group L. Layer I (cont. 59-64) Pre-Herulian second half of 3rd c. (bottom, 15.95-13.90). Layer II (cont. 42-58) 4th c.-first quarter of 4th c. (11.90-13.90). Layer III (cont. 17-41) -4th c. (10.00 ... Second half 3rd c.-early 5th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] G 5:2: Cistern

Essentially uniform fill of III-IV c. A.D. with a Byzantine upper fill. Coins: 14 June 1937 #1-#3 15 June 1937 #2 16 June 1937 #1 17 June 1937 #1-#2 18 June 1937 #1-#4 19 June 1937 #1-#4 9 June 1938 #1-#3 ... Late 3rd-mid-4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] G 8:1: Well

Well on Slopes of Kolonos, apparently with two periods of active service. The earlier dating from ca. the turn of the era well down into the 1st c. A.D. Probable that the well was never cleaned out in ... POU Early to second half 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] G 11:2: Well in Cistern to West of Tholos

May be of Hellenistic origin when cistern system went out of use. For a general note on the cistern see Nb. ΟΕ III, pp. 246 ff. Objects from B 586 various depths (no subdivision): S 2324-S 2330, P 34894, ... Late 2nd-early 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H 11:1: Well

A well with POU 7th-8th c. A.D. and 10th c. dump. Coins: 19 May 1933 #14 20 May 1933 #3 22 May 1933 #1-#2 23 May 1933 #2 24 May 1933 #1 30 May 1933 #1 Subdivisions: .1=Upper fill .2=Lower fill ... 19 May-7 June 1933

[Agora Deposit] H-I 12:1: Burnt Layers

Burnt Layer inside retaining wall of Middle Stoa Terrace (Θ) and NW Corner of Middle Stoa, burnt debris inside terrace retaining wall (Ζ). Coins Ζ: Coins Θ: 1 June 1951 ... Mid-3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] I 12:1: Strosis

NW corner of Civic Offices, lowest layer above Roman road metal[classical floor, see nbp. 1907]. Coins: 12 May 1950 #1-#10 ... Mid 3rd. c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] I 16:1: Well

Well at the northwest foot of the Areopagus. Use filling of the Roman period. After the abandonment of the well and the collapse of the well-curb, the upper 2m of the shaft were filled with a dump apparently ... 1st-3rd c. A.D., 5th century

[Agora Deposit] J 11-12:1: Burned filling

Burned filling over area of NW Temple (apparently Herulian destruction debris) = Trench I, 18-22/ΛΑ-ΜΣΤ and northwest trench, center at 15-19/ΛΣΤ-Μ Coins: 28 March 1933 #25-#28 29 March 1933 #16-#21 30 ... 28-30 March 1933 5-6 April 1933

[Agora Deposit] J 12:1: Well

Fill to 6.50m., masses of stone, animal bones and coarse pottery with some unfinished poros sculpture at 6.50m. - a dump of early 3rd c. ... At 6.50m. begins use filling with numerous BHWJs and other water ... Late 1st c. to early 3rd cent. and of 4th and 5th cents

[Agora Deposit] J 12:2: Well

Empty to 4.00m. From there to 9.20m. much coarse pottery, stucco fragments, animal bones, lead defixiones. ... The presence of fragments of stelae and architectural members near bottom point to dumped ... Late 2nd-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] J 18:1: Laundry Well

A tiled well with two periods of use, Byzantine and Late Roman. Some coarse Byzantine pottery from the upper part. from the lower part, pre-Herulian pottery, lamps and figurines. Also ΑΡ 221 (A 1202) the ... 24 April 1940 10-29 March 1947


[Agora Deposit] J 18:2: Well

Upper mixed dumped fill (last quarter 3rd c.-4th c.) with Roman POU below 10.40m. Coins: 16 February 1937 #1 (disintegrated) 17 February 1937 #1 (disintegrated) 8 April 1937 #5-#10 (dump) 9 April 1937 ... 2nd half of 1st c.-first half of 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] K 9-10:1: Red Fill West of Odeion

"Red Fill" (extending to bedrock or near, over most of area). Mainly first century after Christ with later disturbance. Coins: 17 April 1936 #10-#13 18 April 1936 #1 20 April 1936 #13-#17 21 April 1936 ... 1st-2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] K 18:1: Roman Well Re-Used in Byzantine Times

Roman well re-used in Byzantine times. Subdivisions: .1=0.00-13.80m. .2=13.80-23.50m. .3=23.50-25.00m ... Late 1st-early 2nd, 4th-5th, 11th centuries.

[Agora Deposit] K 20:1: Late Roman Hole

Upper fill (top to around 4.50m.) was in a pit of large dimensions above the preserved well shaft. From the bottom and shaft proper no catalogued pottery. No tiling in place in well but fragments of tiles ... 3rd-4th c. A.D.


[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 18:1: Well

Filling of a well on the lower north slopes of the Areopagus, dug early in the 1st c. B.C. [construction fill]; in use into the the 2nd c. A.D.[well fill] (H Ms.) No apparent stratification. Coins: 17 ... 2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M 18:3: Late Roman Tomb

Tomb at 53-54/ΛΕ-ΛΣΤ-ΛΗ (Late Roman), on the lower north slope of the Areopagus Nb. says ΛΕ-ΛΗ. Deposit list and deposit DB say: ΛΕ-ΛΣΤ ... 350-400 A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M 19:1: Cistern and Channel

The cistern at 70/ΝΗ and the channel [65/ΞΑ] between chambers 70/ΝΗ and 63/ΞΒ seem to have a uniform dumped filling of first half 2nd c. A.D ... First half of 2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M 20:2: Roman Well at 75/E

Well at 75/Ε ... 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] M-Q 17-21

Destruction debris in Late Roman Buildings on Lower north slope of Areopagus (see summaries) see now O-Q 18-19. See Agora VII, p. 227 and lists in JP's file (JP is Judith Perlzweig) Deposit list under ...

[Agora Deposit] N 13:1: Well in Π Late Roman to Turkish

Well at 16/ΚΗ, in SW corner of Gymnasium complex. Lowest Roman deposit. 9th-10th century Byzantine and Turkish Coins: 24 April 1935 #3 Envelope 4 in Tin 14 ... 5th c. A.D. - 10th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] N 15:1: Destruction Debris in Late Roman Water Basin

Destruction debris in L.R. water basin, 6th-7th c. A.D, set against back wall of South Stoa II ... 6th c. or 7th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] N 17:2: Well

Modern fill to 21.00m. at which depth a human skeleton weighed down with iron. ER fill from 21.00-28.00m. (bottom). A POU fill with a possible break around 25.00m ... 1st to mid-2nd c. A.D.


[Agora Deposit] N 19:1: Cistern

Dumped filling of late 2nd c. B.C.; Roman Group F, dumped filling of second quarter to end of 1st c. B.C. on the lower northeast slope of the Areopagus. Diameter at bottom -3.20m Subdivisions: .1=upper ... Second quarter to end of 1st c. B.C.


[Agora Deposit] N 19:2: Roman Well at 52/I

Well at 52/Ι, on the lower northeast slopes of the Areopagus. It was cut down and re-used in the late Roman period, in connection with the water channel. Use fill of 1st to early 2nd c. Dump fill 5th to ... Early to Late Roman

[Agora Deposit] N 20:3: Well

Well dug through cistern at 64/Γ. Seems to have been stratified; four fills recorded but here treated as one as divisions are rather "arbitrary". Agora V, p. 126: Constructed in late 1st c.; use filling ... 3rd c. A.D. POU

[Agora Deposit] N 20:5: Roman Well at 74/I

Well at 74/Ι, on the lower north slope of the Areopagus. Use fill from early 1st to 3rd c. A.D. Dump fill from 4th c. A.D. Coins 9 April 1938 #2 9 May 1938 #1 Container 20 (lost) p. 1529 ... 1st c. to 3d c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] N 21:1: Well

Dumped filling of 6th c. A.D. Coins: 3 May 1939 #1-2 (red earth above well) 9 June 1939 #1 10 June 1939 #1 12 June 1939 #1-#5 13 June 1939 #1 19 June 1939 #1-#2, #3 (Dump) 7 May 1940 #1 9 May 1940 #1 27 ... Early 1st-5th c. A.D. POU

[Agora Deposit] O 17:1: Early Roman Cistern

Early Roman, late 1st c. A.D. with some later fragments. Coins: 31 May 1938 #1-#12 1 June 1938 #1-#5 2 June 1938 #1-#2 ... Late 1st c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] O 17:4: Well in Branch of Aqueduct

Well in branch of Aqueduct (ca. 13/ΚΔ) 3rd c. A.D. - 5th c. A.D ... Roman

[Agora Deposit] O 18:1: Well

The pottery of the first six meters (containers 1-3 of 117 containers total) contains a good deal of unglazed early Byzantine along with very late Roman. Below this begins a great mass of Roman pottery ... 4th-6th c. A.D. POU

[Agora Deposit] O 18:3: Early Roman Fill

Coins: 26 May 1938 #7-#10 27 May 1938 #1 28 May 1938 #1 ... 1st-early 2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] O 20:1: Cistern at 63/ΛΑ

Cistern at 63/ΛΑ (part of cistern system 63/ΛΑ-65/ΜΑ-70/ΛΣΤ, consisting of two chambers and a well). Roman upper fill with modern cesspool fill above. Channel finds: MC 517, SS 8078. Subdivisions: .1=Upper ... 300-195 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] P 7:4: Well of Christian Lamp

Well of Christian Lamp; west of Stoa terrace wall near north end. Pottery spread out June 1952. A big amphora was made up (ΣΑ 1780), but nothing else went together. Fill appeared o be all of one period ... Late 5th-early 6th century A.D.

[Agora Deposit] P 8:1: Circular Building Fills

Building Fill NE of Circular Building 13-17/ΚΓ-ΚΣΤ (Roman Group H) and Connecting Cut NE of Circular Bldg ... First half 2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] P 18:1: Well

It may perhaps be assumed that in the 5th c. the Romans cleaned the well to 25.30m., thus removing 2nd c. and subsequent fill, and then began to reuse the shaft. Coins 20 May 1938 #6 21 May 1938 #1 25 ... POU 1st c. and 5th-6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] P 18:2: Well at 30/ΛΣΤ

Well at 30/ΛΣΤ Coins (none useful) 25 May 1938 #3-#6 26 May 1938 #3-#4 ... Early 3rd cent and of 4th-6th cent. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] Q 7:3: Trench Behind Stoa Stylobate

Soft Trench behind Stoa Stylobate, opposite Piers 21 and 22, along W face of Shop front wall. Herulian destruction debris at the north end of the Stoa of Attalos. Coins: 20 February 1954 #1-#2 22 February ... Late 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] Q 13:1: Manhole

Dumped fill in a shaft which served as means of access leading to a water channel south of the Stoa of Attalos. Coins: 29 June 1933 #1 (disintegrated) 29 April 1936 #1-#3 4 May 1936 #1 ... Early 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] Q 13:3: Roman Water Mill Construction Fill

Roman Water Mill: construction fill in footing trench of mill race wall Coins: 24 April 1933 #2-#30, #39-#40, #43-#44, #46-#67, #69-#76, #82-#95 25 April 1933 #30, #32-#35, #37-#40, #42-#43, #45, #47 ... Roman

[Agora Deposit] Q 13:4: Roman Water Mill Destruction Fill

Roman Water Mill: Destruction fill on floor and in pit. Includes also fill from mill drain and in manhole at 14/ΛΣΤ, plus gravel fill of gully formed after construction and probably after destruction of ... Second half 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] Q 15:1

Great Drain and Pit at 55-56/ΙΗ-ΙΖ (Roman Group K) Coins 8 June 1933 #4 9 June 1933 #5-#6 10 June 1933 #1-#12, #13-#16 13 June 1933 #1-#25, #26-#29 14 June 1933 #3-#4 15 June 1933 #1-#5, #6-#8 17 June ... Mid 3rd century

[Agora Deposit] Q 17:4: Well

Outside the market square, near the southeast corner, on the south edge of the east-west road, where it passes to the south of the Mint. There is no doubt that the pottery from the well is "stratified" ... Early 1st to 6th c.

[Agora Deposit] Q-R 14:1: Library of Pantainos - Bone factory

First trial east Stoa colonnade, N. of S. wall III, layer 12. Note quantities of cattle bones, the knuckles sawn off and many worked bits. Evidently a bone implement factory near by. [nbp. 2139] Coins: ... Late 3rd c.-earliest 4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] R 10:1: Well East of Stoa Room 11

Well East of Stoa Room 11; no appreciable change in pottery top to bottom; dumped fill of Augustan times. Coins: 4 May 1950 #1-#3 15 May 1950 #1 Estimated Grid ... Late 1st c. B.C.-early 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] R 13:1: Well

No period of use. Below the upper (Early Roman) dump extending down to ca. 6.10m. was a dumped fill of broken pottery in great quantity, including a high proportion of red-figured fragments. Masses of ... Ca. 430-400 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] R 13:2: Well

Well in street leading to Roman Agora. Not excavated below 2.10m. This has the same date as the latest pieces in R 13:1 (JWH). Coins: 6 August 1946 #1-#3 Estimated Grid ... Ca. 40-50 A.D.

[Agora Deposit] R 14:1: Footing Trench of Venetian/Valerian Wall

Filling in the footing trench of the late Roman Fortification. Includes Layer 1 and Layer 2 of Library Colonnade opposite Room 2. "Note: both these layers are fill thrown into V.W. footing trench." (nbp ... End 3rd. c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] S 19:1: Well at 19/ΛΓ

Well at 19/ΛΓ. The cistern S 19:3 and the well S 19:8, together with a Roman well, S 19:1, had collapsed to form a large pit S 19:5. Top to -8.5m: Byzantine dump to 11-12th c. A.D. -8.50m to -15.00m: 4th ... Mid 3rd century A.D.

[Agora Deposit] S 21:3: Well at 20/ΙΘ

Well outside market square to the southeast, west of the Panathenaic Way. Accumulated use filling from first half of 1st c. A.D. to early 3rd c. Top to 14.65m. 4th c. dump; nothing significant catalogued ... POU First half of 1st c.-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] S 22:2: Well at 43/ΙΕ

Well at the southeast corner, almost on the line of the east-west street. Upper Fill: Late Roman dumped fill. Lower Fill: Dark Age: ca. 7th c. A.D. Coin 30 March 1939 #34 ... 7th-Late 6th century


[Agora Object] B 104: Ram

Small ram. The feet corroded away. Round and solid. For P 2016 cf. Agora XII, no. 1370. Lying on classical floor, at N.E. corner of small rectangular building to south of "Royal stoa" with P 2016. 5th ... 18 May 1933


[Agora Object] B 114: Lamp

A lamp with handle decoration in form of Greek cross. The lamp before cleaning seems practically complete; two corners are missing from the arms of the cross. The ball-shaped body has a small raised base, ... 7 June 1933


[Agora Object] B 411: Plaque

Mended from two pieces, soldered together, with three strips of bronze at back. One corner ornament missing. Bottom rough, but perhaps original. Pediment-topped plaque, tapering sharply toward bottom ... 18 March 1937

[Agora Object] B 415: Plaque : Boukranion

Four joining fragments preserve the plaque complete : a stylized head with very long "face"; open behind. Cf. B 450, which may belong. Well. Leica ... 19 March 1937


[Agora Object] B 433: Lamp Guard

Broken off at the bottom; the tip bent over. A large acanthus leaf, from which spring spirals, forming an elaborate open-work palmette-shaped ornament. Coarse incision for details. At the top, a bud-like ... 19 April 1937

[Agora Object] B 505: Stand for Lamp or Vessel

Complete. In two pieces : a) a profiled stand with debased leaf pattern around base. b) a circular disk with upturned edge to receive pot of lamp. Egg pattern around edge. Cistern A of 1935. Leica ... 1935


[Agora Object] B 579: Lamp

Complete, though the hinge which holds the cover of the filling-hole is broken. High angular-bodied lamp on raised base. Large round nozzle. Shell-shaped cover over filling hole. Cross projecting above ... 31 May 1938


[Agora Object] B 597: Handle

Handle, triangular in section. Sharply curved and worked with petals and scalloped tie-band around the middle. The top ends in a lion 's head; the other end was fitted to a small curved object, probably ... 14 June 1938

[Agora Object] B 750: Suspension Lamp

Body and two nozzles, one opposite the other, preserved; also some attachments for suspension. Round-bodied lamp on ring foot. The nozzles long and triangular at ends. One side of body badly corroded, ... 4 May 1939


[Agora Object] B 882: Statuette of Eros

Base missing; figure mounted on modern wood base. Nude standing figure, winged. In his extented left hand an object (quiver ?) now missing; in his right his bow which passes over his right shoulder. The ... Card: 3rd A.D.


[Agora Object] B 1182: Candelabrum Top

Two pieces of upper part of a candelabrum. Topmost has leaf pattern directly below flaring rim. Below this is zone of inlaid silver leaves and stems with berrils of silver and some other inlay now missing ... 9 May 1956

[Agora Object] L 1: Lamp

Front half of lamp missing. On rim, herringbone. Discus plain, with stamped circles at base of handle; central filling hole with four air holes. Handle semi-pierced, double grooved. Nozzle, broken, but ... 4 June 1931

[Agora Object] L 2: Lamp

On rim, stamped circles endingh in wavy lines. Discus plain. Handle solid, triple grooved. On bottom almond-shaped groove. Brownish-red glaze. Red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. ADDENDA For ... 4 June 1931

[Agora Object] L 3: Lamp

On rim, wavy lines. Discus, plain with central filling hole and four air holes. Handle, pierced, triple grooved. On bottom, double almond-shaped groove; signature very indistinct probably. Unglazed ... 5 June 1931

[Agora Object] L 4: Lamp Fragment

Fragment of lower body. On bottom, single almond-shaped groove with large palm branch and stamped circles. Unglazed. Pale red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection. Center cut. 147 Leica ... 5 June 1931

[Agora Object] L 7: Lamp

On rim herringbone. Discus plain, with central filling hole. Handle solid, grooved. On base, almond-shaped grooves; palm branch and stamped circles. Unglazed. Red clay. Type XXVIII of Corinth collection ... 9 June 1931