[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] 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] A 18:2: Cremation in NN

Grave. RSY Grave 50. Outside archaic cemetery on the lower slopes of the Hill of the Nymphs, cremation burial. Roughly square pit (0.80x1.00m). This pit contained a heavy deposit of cinders and ash; its ... Beginning of the last quarter of the 6th century


[Agora Deposit] B 18:3: Pyre

Pyre in House T, Room 2 through floor of second period (RSY=Pyre 5). 4th. c. BC. Concentration of artifacts, burnt bone, and charcoal in floor makeup consisting of earth, dug bedrock, and marble chips, ... 375-350 B.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 18:12: Well

Diameter 0.83m. Water level -4.20m. Tiled well; height of tiles 0.60m. Heavy deposit of pottery throughout; stamped amphora handles, five Knidian; one Rhodian; one Parian. Semi-coarse stamnos; funnel-mouthed ... Ca. 120 B.C.