Agora Deposit: U-V 19:1
Collection:   Agora
Type:   Deposit
Name:   U-V 19:1
Title:   Well South of Soft Yellow Poros Foundation
Category:   Well
Description:   Well South of Soft Yellow Poros Foundation. Dumped filling of a collapsed well, that, due to hazardous conditions, could not be cleared below- 2.50m. The well was partly cut on the east side by a Byzantine storage pithos, and on the south side it was disturbed by another, tile-lined, well of the Roman period (U 19:4), which had been used for water and then as a cesspool inn the early 20th century.
Filling almost entirely later Protogeometric, with a few sherds of Earliest Protogeometric, all apparently drawn from disturbed graves.
At -1.50m a complete and ordered skeleton (man of 45-50 years old), doubled up so that its thighbones were parallel to and to the backbone, lay on a rough stone slab.
Bibliography:   Hesperia 67 (1998), pp. 375-398.
    Agora XXXI, pp. 107, 230, fig. 4.
    Agora XXXVI, Tomb 29, pp. 268-281, figs. 2.174-2.178, 3.29, 3.30.
Chronology:   Protogeometric-Early Geometric II, ca. 850 B.C.
Date:   13-15 April 1959
Section:   ΕΛ
Elevation:   -2.5m.
References:   Publication: Agora XXXI
Publication: Agora XXXVI
Publication: Hesperia 67 (1998)
Publication Page: Agora 31, s. 38, p. 15
Publication Page: Agora 31, s. 39, p. 16
Publication Page: Agora 31, s. 130, p. 107
Image: 2012.55.1273 (81-462)
Image: 1997.15.0156 (81-462)
Object: P 26434