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[Agora Deposit] B 20:5: Inhumation of a young female

Grave XXV in notebook = RSY Grave 4. PD 731-b ... 750-725 B.C ... Inhumation of a young female

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[Agora Deposit] B 21:5: Inhumation, probably young male

Grave VI in notebook = RSY Grave 10. PD 731-d Ptg. 251 ... Ca. 520-525 B.C ... Inhumation, probably young male

[Agora Deposit] T 24:3: Well 8 in ΟΑ

Well 8: Archaic. On the northwest slope of the Acropolis. Depth from surface of rock, -16.10m. Diameter top ca. 0.90; bottom ca 0.80m. Water level, ca. -9m ... Late 6th - early 5th c. B.C ... Hesperia 15, p. 126, 134.

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[Agora Deposit] C 9:3: Pit tomb, inhumation

Grave 10 in notebook *(E.L. Smithson : Grave VI: PG). Bones discarded. Multiple inhumation of two children in an unlined trench in bedrock. No offerings. Nb. says two skeletons. JP *Note in nb.: we continue ... LH III/EPG (date uncertain) ... C 9:3 ... C 9:3

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[Agora Deposit] H 14:1: Pyre

Pocket, identified as sacrificial pyre by SIR. Possibly disturbed. Outside south wall of building. Concentration of pottery in a small pocket below a "Hellenistic" fill. There is no mention of bone or ... First quarter 4th c. B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 25, p. 134, figs. 57, 60.

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[Agora Deposit] H 13:2: Pyre

Sacrificial Pyre = Pit in floor (identified as pyre by SIR); with the characteristic small plates and saucers. "Saucer Grave" at 12/ΚΑ. Dimensions: 2m (length)x 0.70 (width). North of north wall of building ... First half 4th c. B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 26, pp. 134, 135, figs. 57, 61.

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[Agora Deposit] C 9:8: Urn cremation

Grave 1 in notebook (E.L. Smithson: Grave XXV: PG). No remains. Probable trench-and-hole. JP Roughly circular pit measuring 0.39m in diameter cut into bedrock to a depth of 0.72m. Pyre refuse-described ... Late PG/EG I ... C 9:8 ... C 9:8

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[Agora Deposit] C 9:10: Urn cremation

Grave 3 in notebook (E.L. Smithson: Grave XIII: PG). Urn cremation (trench-and-hole), adult female. JP Rectangular trench, measuring approximately 1.10x0.45m, but which may have been larger, cut through ... Late Protogeometric ... C 9:10 ... C 9:10