Agora Deposit: Q 21:5
Title:   Well South of the Apse of Room 3, Roman House H
Category:   Well
Description:   Well south of the apse of Room 3, Roman House H. Cut through bedrock, diameter ca. 1.15m, stopped at ca. -10.80m because of danger of collapse. Water at very top, up to bottom of parapet between well and Room 3. Secondary access from well-head outside apse, at a higher level.
Contents:   POU fill began at -7.25m and was stratified from ca. mid-4th c. A.D. back to the late 1st/early 2nd c. A.D, indicating period of use of Room 3A as a fountain-house before incorporation into Roman House H sometime around the middle of the 4th c. A.D. The well apparently went out of use as such with the construction of Roman House H.
Notes:   Estimated Grid
Chronology:   2nd-4th c. A.D.
Date:   24 July-6 August 1971
Section:   Ω
Grid:   Q/16,17-21/1,2
Elevation:   -10.8m.
Masl:   -10.8m.
References:   Publication Page: Agora 24, s. 66, p. 42
Publication Page: Agora 24, s. 72, p. 48
Report: 1971 Ω
Report Pages (5)
Object: L 5730
Object: P 29339
Object: S 2443
Lots (15)
Notebook: Ω-12
Notebook: Ω-15
Notebook: Ω-16
Notebook Pages (23)